Wow. Has it really been a year and a half since I last did anything remotely concerning GNOME or Linux or Free Software? Seems hard to believe but I think it's true.
In the meantime I've been trying to graduate from college, working on music, using OS X, and toying with what I want to do once I actually do graduate this spring.
Still, I've started wanting to be involved again, and I have some stuff I want to work on that I'm planning on getting involved with as soon as I have some free time, which basically equals May or so, after school ends but before I have to go get a real job.
Ideas are percolating through my head. One of which is (shudder) a new method for installing software, similar in style to Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, and Rox Filer, but with some GNOME magic thrown in. I really want to start working on that.
Other then that, I have some ideas for a better task list, some usability improvements, and some other random stuff I've learned by using an Operating System that actually works for the past year or so.
Oh and someday I still want to write an NLE, and something like Logic, oh and become president and go to Mars. Yep.