Working feverishly

I have been working feverishly on Bloo version 1.0, which will be the public domain release. I’ll lovingly release it into the wild sometime between February 29-March 2. So I now have a real release date, and not just the 33rd of Neverary date that I’ve been working with to this point. I’ve been doing a lot of code review and refactoring, and the final product will be a lot more stable and extensible I think than what I have now.

If you get a chance, check out my new Wiki. I was using PHPWiki earlier, but it kind of applied a vacuum, so I switched to MediaWiki, which is the same fine software that powers Wikipedia. The documentation will be expanding on the Wiki as time goes by, and hopefully I’ll come up with a better logo too. Anyone want to help on that score?

Wiki software is so cool. [Bill makes that face geeks make when they are thinking of something cool, like Wiki software or the Lord of the Rings].

I had the day off today, which consisted of finishing Blake’s poem, cooking Jill breakfast (my scrambled eggs and bacon are becoming legendary. Well, not really, but I’m getting better), working for awhile on Bloo, fixing a fuel-leak on Andrew’s car, taking Molly a lunch that she sweet-talked me into, looking at the shells Bethany got at Galveston on her weekend adventure, briefly tossing the baseball with Blake, “checking the mail” with Andrew and Jill, and not doing my taxes.

I taught a spiritual gifts class tonight for students. I forgot how much I miss students. Wow.

Our second GAP class went well (at least I got a lot out of it). We’re going through a study of Philippians right now. Double wow.

I’m praying for you every day, multiple times, oh guitar-playing, Chili’s table sharing, Quessadilla-eating, lunch-skipping, paper-writing, Maxima-driving, deep-thinking one. I love you more than you can imagine.

This post is so much like a Livejournal post. I think I’m regressing.

Good night all. God loves you.

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