Well, long time no post, no? But better late than never.
Lots of things are happening on all fronts.
On Mandriva side, Mandriva 2011 beta3 was just released, as promised, bringing lots of changes and bugfixes. One particularly amazing items I’d like to highlight is the TimeFrame feature, developed by ROSA Labs. It brings the power of nepomuk-powered annotations and tags to your desktop in an amazingly easy yet powerful fashion, allowing you to browse and access your files by date unlike any other software I know. Think about it as about zeitgeist and visualizing-your-stuff-according-to-the-timeline from Mandriva/ROSA. Totally awesome (IMHO) and extremely useful application of nepomuk technologies!
On OpenClass side, the software has reached 0.2 version, and the development is by no means slowing down. Lots of new features and improvements are coming along daily. I guess I have never worked so easily on any piece of software, and it is amazing. And now, being present in Mandriva repos, having its own Ubuntu ppa repositories and Windows-compatible installer, it looks better than ever. Thanks for all your comments and feedback, I truly appreciate it a lot!
And finally, on personal side, I’ve got engaged last week .
So, in summary, life is going on fast. And that’s great!