Announcing: Week Of Free Software
After almost half a year of silence, I am pleased to make an announce:
Starting on Monday, I will dump large amounts of fresh free software on the public.
This had a long time coming; for about a year now I spent most of my programming time cleaning up, redesigning, and improving my projects, shaping them into higher quality software packages and simplifying everything from user interfaces to APIs to the build procedures. To me this is also an exercise in simplifying the release process. As a first step, I removed all of the project pages from my homepage, instead integrating the content on the project pages on code.google.com. I am hoping that this will save me from some maintenance work in the future.
So what is the plan? I will release at least two software packages every single day, for a week. That means all kinds of software: Some for end users, some for the web, some for Python developers; some are major updates or new releases, some bring higher quality and additional polish.