Things are looking good. I've actually written some code
in the last couple of days, which feels nice. Before,
every time I've tried to join a project I've been very
enthusiastic the first days, participated in some
discussion and so on, but when it came to implementing the
ideas, I'd run out of steam (hi, civil
guys! sorry...). This time, however, I've actually
managed to produce some code for the anygui
project, specifically a PyGTK
backend. It's only 200 lines of ripped-off Python, but
it's mine (and it works, mostly)! I was starting to think
I wasn't meant to be a programmer.
In other news, reality sucks. I'm going back to school,
but in a new town, and I haven't even got a lead on
an apartment. Hopefully, something will present itself.
I hate having to deal with such practical problems though.
I wish life was more like my daydreams.