I'm going to start work at a new company very soon — one that isn't in receivership. The new job sounds like interesting work with interesting people, and I'm looking forward to it.
Exchanged emails with Colin again. It looks like I've convinced him to use Twisted :)
Thinking of Twisted, it very recently moved to Subversion for its version control. So far, the biggest problem has been fighting the urge to say "that's fixed in CVS" or "use the latest CVS", and other phrases like that. Unfortunately, "that's fixed in SVN" doesn't have the same ring to it. Maybe I'll get used to it.
PyCon is on again, and a good chunk of Twisted developers are there again this year. Unfortunately, I'm not there with them this time. I guess there's always next year. At least Anthony is there as the token Aussie, and his talk titled "Scripting Language" My Arse: Using Python for Voice over IP looks like it will be good too.