Well, I have a tonne to write about, but school has taken over! I'm in the last week of crunch-time for a while, I hope, since this marks the end of my Masters coursework and the beginning of thesis work. I have yet to finish one assignment, one implementation, one presentation and paper on said implementation, and one survey paper.
On the bright side, my software engineering credit in Foundations of Programming Languages officially finished today with a final exam I had little time to study for (but that went pretty well). I also put behind me another big stress last night by testing for my black belt in ITF Taekwon Do. I was pretty worried about it, given that I had little time to prepare for that either. Luckily, I have always made a point of attending each class no matter how hard school got. The exercise and mental break is rather beneficial. The short story is that the test went well and I passed!
A lot of things have just happened or will be happening soon, so I expect there will be a flurry of activity here starting in about a week. As a teaser, I have news about the latest women's event we put on, work on my mini-course, more thoughts on the street-view mapping system idea, hopefully something for Summer of Code, and a very special scholarship. Stay tuned!