yesterday i went to a local open source festival where i presented the keynote (talked about kde4), did a talk on developing widgets with libplasma and then participated in a panel discussion. it was a relatively small event, but a good event all the same. met a some people that i had some really good conversations with and made a few useful connections as well, i think. generally positive way to spend my time. was a bit tired by the end of it all, so after taking the p-man out for a sushi dinner (he attended the event with me and was an angel the whole day) we can home, watched a video and then went to bed somewhat early (22:00 or so).
frerich's working on a little plasmoid viewer to make it easier to develop widgets for plasma as you don't have to restart the whole plasma desktop, just fired up this one little app. it doesn't do formfactors yet or anything, but that should be easy to add. it should be joining the engine explorer in svn soon in a new tools/ directory under workspace/plasma.
a few people are now testing and helping to debug plasma on xinerama so we should have that actually working properly by 4.0. yay! thanks a heap especially to Andreas Pakulat for his patience and testing. (if you see debug output that says "APAKU" in front it, that's a reference to Andreas)
the P-man is at a friend's right now on a "play date" (which essentially means "the parents scheduled a time for the kids to get together and play" .. ah, this modern world of parenting!) so i had a couple hours to myself to catch up with the weekend's email and patches.
i was meaning to keep this weekend fairly easy going, though i guess in retrospect i've been pretty busy the whole time. p's school event on friday evening; cossfest on saturday; playdate and some hacking today... but i don't feel tired, which is good. means i've turned a good corner.
this coming week is p's week at his mom's so i'll be able to go pretty hardcore on kde work. i'm looking forward to it.