I have resolved to actually sit down and keep working on GNUMP3d until I have:
- Refactored all incoming request parsing.
- Updated all HTML templates to use the HTML::Template module.
- Reorganised each available theme such that it may be easily displayed in multiple languages.
Each of these things has needed doing for a while, but I find it hard to be enthusiastic.
Still the addition of new test cases should make it more interesting, and is liable to make the code correct too.
It looks like the current version of xen-tools is moving to testing today which means I should be able to upload a new revision tonight.
Maybe I should stop obsessing over the migration to testing of packages? I’m not too sure if I’m helping people by trying to make sure there is a “recent” version of each package in Testing before uploading to unstable.
(Mostly because I don’t run testing, never have, and know nobody locally who has told me they do.)
There is a new project interested in group-maintainership of Debian games: details here.
I uploaded two packages to the shared SVN repository, but otherwise haven’t done anything.
It seems like lots of people have grandiose ambitions, I guess we’ll see how it works out.