This is the first part of a series (hopefully, anyway) on Ian’s various projects. This particular post is on his Google Summer of Code project, statusnet-music.
Ah, summer. Time for much-needed rest and relaxation; the time of year where one sits back, grabs a cold drink, and catches up on novels.
Oh. Wait, no. I’m thinking of retirement – summer is when we go nuts with interesting projects and take on way more than we’ll ever be able to sustain the rest of the year. And this summer, for me, was of course no exception. So, being thoroughly self-absorbed (and really having nothing much else to talk about at the moment), here’s the start of a little series on what I did with my summer. Lest it seem entirely like the first assignment of the year in any given elementary-school classroom, I should note that I plan to at least continue some of these – in fact, some of these are projects that only happened to be started during the summer and might be more justly named fall projects. So perhaps this is just a more-general update series. Who knows; you, dear reader, can decide that.
But, with no further ado: statusnet-music.
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