day two of the gtk+ hackfest.
yesterday was devoted to the Imendio vision of a better toolkit, and how to get out of the hole we dug for ourselves with the current API/ABI contract – but others have written about it better than I could possibly do.
today was introspection day; Johan Dahlin showed the current state of the GObject introspection code by using a Vala widget, subclassing a GtkDrawingArea, from a Perl script — which was beyond cool. kudos to everyone that has been working on it.
today it’s also six years since the gtk+ 2.0.0 release, so happy birthday gtk+ 2.x!
Well, it seems I’m not a
For the hexadecimal-impaired, today I’m 26 years old. Four more years to go before submitting an entry to the GNOME Ol’ Farts Club.
Still in Italy, for the next 48 hours at least
The wedding went incredibly well: the ceremony itself was so short (twenty minutes) that I don’t remember much of it.
We were married in a beautiful building in Milan, with frescoes made by Tiepolo, by a city hall official.
The lunch was much more fun, even though it proved to be really tiresome: we went to sleep at 18:00 and woke up at 9 the day after.
We were cheered by (many) relatives and (many) friends – surely one of the best days in my entire life, and an awesome way to begin a new life as well.
More photos: here