22 Sep 2004 alvaro   » (Master)

I am right now in very busy dates. Next year I will start teaching Inferno and Lingo in my University group, GSyC, in a cource with lots of students. I don't have any experience with this Operating System nor with the Lingo language. But I am progress well and Inferno has lots of concepts that I already studied in Java and .NET so no big deal, just some new concepts and lots of new details. You have to see the Inferno "Desktop". Ok, it is mainly for embedded systems so it is a very basic desktop.

This morning finally I catch the sencond problem in the Planner e-d-s backend and I think I have now a clear path to complete most of the features of the backend, but I need to review all the code because I started it using another backend, I use code from other backends so, I am not 100% sure that all the code is doing what I want. When I reach 0.1, I will upload it to the CVS and stop using snapshots.

Ismael want that I see some performance problems he has in Planner. He is very happy with Planner but he'll love Planner if we can solve some issues. I will try to find sometime to understand the problems. He can't give me the real Planner project because the Plan Project is confidential so I will change a little Planner save function so the task names aren't saved. I hope it will be enought.

Thank Jeff for adding the blog to Planet GNOME. I am very happy with it and also, with this rodrigo photo.

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