Friday was our farewell do here. I've been living in Great Malvern for about a year now, at this gap year job working for an R&D firm. We're all starting to drift away now the year is almost over (I leave in a week), so last Friday for our goodbye night seemed like a good choice.
It was a lot of fun. We went to a very nice Italian restaurant and took over most of it (there were about 20 of us), then off to the pub for a bit, then some of us went to Tramps which is a rather dire but nonetheless enjoyable nightclub in Worcester. Needless to say, I slept in the following day :)
Well, the app I'm porting using Wine no longer crashes, or hangs. We're so close! Unfortunately, typing in the page editor is far too slow, the cursor lags behind heavily and what you type isn't rendered until you stop typing. I have no idea where the bottleneck might be. Time to investigate profiling tools. For the first time, I'm starting to feel confident about making it work before I leave.
Once I've left, I have a couple of weeks before me and Ken go travelling around Europe, hopefully I'll at least be able to manage a patch dump of my work, if not actually being able to merge it all in.
I haven't had much time to work on this lately, but fortunately there are several really hard working contributors now, which is fantastic. I'm psyched about this project, we have a clear direction and goals, and I think we're going to make them, even though they are pretty ambitious.