I’m currently visiting with family in the US, will be heading back to home in a few days. The talk in Madison that prompted this trip went fairly well, and I’ve spent the last several days catching up with family and friends – quite nice overall, and beautiful springtime weather!
I’ve not done a lot with FreeCAD so far on this trip; during the ‘work’ segment in Wisconsin I was too busy, and have been trying to treat the second part as more of a vacation. This is, after all, an experiment to see if working as an open source developer can serve as employment, and any reasonable employment must include vacation ;).
That said, there has been a little tinkering here-and-there with some smaller items in FreeCAD, and I’ve been trying to keep abreast of the forum. I suppose a screenshot of the work on editable texts in Drawing hasn’t made it onto the blog yet – some of this work was done on the trip:
Unrelated to FreeCAD; I’ve finally spent a couple afternoons starting to learn some Common Lisp, which I’ve meant to do for a while now. It’s been a very interesting process so far; the language itself has been fun to start learning, but the history behind it is quite interesting as well. This evening, I was reading about interesting uses of Lisp and came across SHRDLU, which was done 45 years ago! http://hci.stanford.edu/winograd/shrdlu/ and then watch video of the real thing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bo4RvYJYOzI Amazing!