I’ve had my ~2 months break to recollect thoughts, reflect on what I have already achieved and now the time to plan new projects.
Breaks are good. You are mostly in it for life, and often work as a volunteer is not being payed you do it because you care. To grow tired of the project because of frustration is not good. Take a break if you do. Rest, find your inner calm, if you have enough money to travel and couchsurfing do that. Start some other hobbies or pick them up again, but balance is important.
It will probably be another 1 to 3 weeks until all the base for infotropique is covered:
- move to ikiwiki, mailserver, put every thought I have gathered about the micro aspects of communities from whiteboard, paper and brain into the new website, etc.
- I was also told that the current explanation of the project is still fuzzy and unclear, I’ll fix that too.
- Afterwards I will get back to where I was originally complaining about working with an outdated version of GNUnet to create a service for an outdated version of GNUnet. With GNUnet roadmap goals for the next version release at 99%, 2 real bugs left to solve I hope a release happens so I can work with a real test case.