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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Agreed with Miguel what I should be doing, we
both moved position slightly - remarkable, got on with it.
- Lots more mail, made SodiPodi build, fixed
several other things there.
- Updated bonobo re-enabled Federicos changes and
got a Bonobo-0.31 release out.
- Further virtualized some of the base moniker
methods in case anyone wants to re-implement some of the more
- Mike Kestner is hacking away at the bonobo canvas
item code, which is nice, smoothing rough edges and calming
individual lines of code.
- Got onto re-factoring some code; it's suprisingly
satisfying to see readily comprehensible order emerging from
the chaos; and all that without any bin-compat impact.
- Typed at a furious rate filling out various Gtk
objects into which one can abstract all manner of nice
things. It looks like I've mostly just moved the problem round
at the moment, but it's definately smaller now.
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Novell, The Document Foundation, Spaghetti Hurlers (International),
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