All in all, a good one. Dan Mueth, hp (who was in Chicago to attend a wedding) and I spent a very late Saturday night hanging out at the neighborhood bar, discussing GNOME, free software, the meaning of life, and other weighty topics. Over our favorite beverages, we worked out some of the details of how we are going to implement the secret Red Hat/Ximian conspiracy to control GNOME. Oh wait... I'm not supposed to talk about that, right?
I admit it. I just don't understand Bonobo.
I understand it enough to get it to occasionally do what I want it to do, but only by finding other code that sort of does what I want to do, and by copying/perturbing it. It gets the job done, but otherwise sucks. I hate not understanding what I'm doing. I hate that feeling of being... adrift.
I suppose I'll more-or-less figure this stuff out in time. Things are already slightly less hazy than they were just a few weeks ago. And the Bonobo API docs are (as far as API docs go) actually pretty useful. But it is still a laborious process.