A lot of things changed. Didn't touch gtk+ for months, and I am not really interested in GNOME hacking anymore. Though I might come back at some point. Meanwhile I hacked on a personal project, but I got bored with that too for a bit (but I will surely continue with it one day).
I finally have a new project to work on. First I wanted to write a GTK-based tagtool in C#. But for that I need C# bindings for taglib. I was wondering if there was an automatic C++ to C# binding generator yet, but apparently there isn't. Then Miguel talked me into writing a WHIRL to IL translator, which sounds really interesting. So I am just going to try it. So that is my new project. Once I finish it, I can write my tagtool-thing.
Also, for some reason I started to like OSX on my iBook so much (I used to really hate it before) that I decided to reinstall my iBook with one big OSX partition, instead of dual boot OSX/debian. Now I also want a desktop Mac. I guess I will buy a dual G4 or a G5 one day.
There are plans to attend both GUADEC and Akademy this year. But I am not really sure yet.