Crosswords, accesskeys, frisbee...
In other news, there are a few things to report, most important of which is that I completed a Times cryptic crossword, for the first time ever! My life is now complete, or at least that little black-and-white-squares shaped bit of it. :-)
I've been contracted by George Staikos to work on the documentation of Kst. For those who don't know (and for the sake of random rambling...), Kst is a data plotting and viewing programme. What's particularly exciting about working on it is that it's used mainly by research physicists for several astrophysics experiments, some of which link in with what I was studying last term. I've got a few ideas for ways of improving the already quite good documentation, but I'll need to put some more hours into it that I have over the Christmas period. Hopefully I'll have some time this week to get a bit more progress...
...That despite term having started again, and plenty of work looming on the horizon. At least it means a chance to play ultimate frisbee again. I didn't realise how much I've missed running around a muddy field shouting at people and throwing a plastic disc.
Oh, and how could I forget, the new User Guide made it into kdebase, so it'll be in 3.4. W00t! Take a look at it, suggest new sections, write material for the missing sections, or just admire its beauty :-).
Also, if you know any frequently asked KDE questions that aren't in the KDE FAQ, send 'em along to firstname.lastname@example.org. canllaith is looking forward to receiving them (I think).
Cool (kinda) new doc-related feature of the week: Bring up a KDE handbook in Konqueror or KHelpCenter, and hit Ctrl to enable accesskeys. You can now navigate the document with 'h' for 'Home' (the table of contents), 'n' for the next page, 'p' for, well, you get the idea. You'll need CVS HEAD from at least today for the full experience - previously we only had 'p' and 'n'. The online version on docs.kde.org will have them too, just as soon as I check with the accessibility team about following the www.kde.org standard.