Some people are writing blogs on Advogato about general
topics, but recently I turned to the opinion that you
should only, or at least mostly, write about your
open-source projects at Advogato. So I will try not to
write anymore about politics, science in general, or
personal things. Unfortunately that means there is
nothing to write now since I have not been working much
on my open-source projects for various reasons. One
reason is that I have to do so much "serious" work, you
know what I mean. Another is that some of the projects
have reached a stage where a boring programming task at
hand. And perhaps the most important reason is that I
just can't find the right people to join a project.
Working alone on open-source is a thing to avoid to my
opinion. You need another project team member who is willing to read
your source code (Python in my case) and who preferably
has a more or less the same programming style as you
do; somebody to discuss things with; somebody who can
test your ideas; somebody who can keep you from diving
into something silly; and most important of all
somebody to join the fun with, to share the proud
feeling when you've created something that works.
Oh well, enough serious work to do.