Life on the Open Road
Ahh, it's nice to finally sink my teeth into a real Open Source project...
PyDev is proving quite a challenge, so far. The main challenge being that there is a LOT of code to read through and understand before I can really build anything on top of it. I think this'll just be a case of time and patience.
The sense of community's very nice in Summer of Code. All the mentors and students are posting to the mailing list on a daily basis, organising local meet-ups, discussing problems, challenges etc
Turns out that half of the people on the scheme intend to buy Macbooks with their money!
I think I'll settle for a dual-core Mini with a KVM. Shiny...
My bike's alive again! After a puncture and an alignment problem with the rear wheel, I can finally roam freely up and down Swansea bay. I rode back from Sara's pizza party on Tuesday night in top gear, pitch-black listening to Kiss's Double Platinum. What a thrill :-D
On a sadder note, this is my last month in Mumbles. It's been wonderful living up here, even though it's a fair distance away. Oh well, at least I have lots of pretty pictures.
[ Entry posted at: Thu 01 Jun 2006 13:49:26 BST | 0 comment(s)... | Cat: Geeky ]