Started working on cleaning the gtop bugs in GNOME bugzilla.
I am moving the bugs that are related to libgtop over to
that module, and for the rest I am refering them to procman
and gperfmeter. Seems Ximian had made a couple of patches
for adding HP-UX support to libgtop which is cool, sent the
patches onward to Kevin.
GStreamer development is continuing briskly forward with new
applications developers using GStreamer showing up and even
more people helping out with plugins etc. Wim Taymans also
added a much improved registry system which finally gives us
support for creating a plugin registry even without root
access. The core is definetly getting there and Benjamin Otte
have an improved event mechanism almost ready, which I think
will finally give us great seeking. Thomas is working hard
on giving us a way to create more full proof binary packages
for when we are ready to make the Red Carpet GStreamer
channel public. Another great development is by Andy Wingo who
is getting our graphical editor working again under GNOME
2.0, this time better than before.
For my own part I have come to the conclusion that I need to
re-engange the project somehow. For some reason I feel that
I have gotten myself derailled and it not really
contributing anything meaningfull at the moment. Will try
with going over the SPEC files this weekend and see what
needs updating in them after the latest changes.
Have been feeling a little low on energy for some months
now, think it is a sign that I need to have a change in my
life again, work has gotten to be really boring. Think I am
one of the people who tend to get
bored with things after some of years and then need a
radical change to get things moving again. I have started
some efforts to make this happen and hopefully one of the
seeds I am planting will yield a harvest.