On the finish line
I’m revolving around couple of bugs to fix and some tests to do before we can actually do a release. I can feel compression. Events, time, life itself press against that wall – deadline, step on each other’s toes, scream and push elbows.
I really hope we fixed more than we broke during these months and upcoming release will be a relief for our users.
I’m really doing something wrong with this X11 IPC, because I cannot make it work for Linux’s sake. Gotta flush the brain and start once again.
Other than that we’re doing well. I was once told that it is a good idea to blog about something daily — what you did, what you did not, what were successes and what were failures. Daily. Every evening. Without procrastination. Maybe it will be more detailed than you would want it to make, but I think it’s worth it. It really helps to clean up the mess in my head — talking to my “cardboard fellow” or to my blog readers, doesn’t actually make much difference. I’ll try to go along this line and kick me if there’s no post tomorrow.