Turtle Tank

After doing some fine-tuning on various components of gadgets, I decided to spend more time on the clock(s) gadget in order to make something that I wouldn’t feel bad about shipping as an example of new gadget functionalities. In addition to the demo from yesterday, I submit the following video demo:

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The Sound of Silence

After a week off from blogging, much progress has been made.

 

I’ve sent the new wireless gadget off on a field test to determine whether code that I’m unable to test will work perfectly in practice  at a remote location while under unfavorable conditions. My prediction: it won’t.

Among other things, I ran through the codebase and cleaned up the majority of the hard/tedious FIXMEs that I’d left for my future self. The result is below:

Gonna Find The Sun

During a blistering 2-day trip to Brussels, many things were accomplished. None of these things included sleep, but many of them included waffles.

In the course of impersonating a professional lumberjack at the Enlightenment booth on K.1 at FOSDEM, I managed to record a number of videos which include new features that I’ve been working on:

Toolbar startup notifications:

Toolbar auto-pong:

 

Regrettably, while at FOSDEM I was unable to complete the feature which I’d spent roughly three hours lying to Andy Williams about, and thus I was unable to demo it while at the booth.

Toolbar wizard:

 

I’ve created some polls today to solicit data regarding usage of existing shelf configurations. Please vote!

https://phab.enlightenment.org/V17

https://phab.enlightenment.org/V18

https://phab.enlightenment.org/V19

https://phab.enlightenment.org/V20

https://phab.enlightenment.org/V21

https://phab.enlightenment.org/V22

 

As a final bonus, here’s a photo of Enlightenment’s hardware overlay support from FOSDEM: