What have I been doing?
Anyway, I haven’t been very active on my public projects; about the only really visible one is Dosage, and that’s been fairly stable lately. There continue to be various contributions from the community (thanks people!) but otherwise no major developments. I guess there’s nothing wrong with that, though. I’ve also been taking some time out to focus on other things to a degree; spending time with my family, for example.
Otherwise most of my programming energy has been focused on getting the replacement system up and running for something at work. The way things are going, if I don’t make it happen myself, it’ll never happen; then again, that’s also not such a bad thing. I’m quite happy with the way things are turning out, and that I’m not having to fight with my tools all the time. I’m using Python, Twisted, Nevow, and PostgreSQL (via pgasync) on this one, and it seems to be working pretty well. I would probably have preferred to use an object database, but SQL isn’t so bad.
Anyway, we’ll see how long it is until my next blogging spree (this is probably the first of a few in succession, I have some other things in my mind); hopefully not too long…