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December 15, 2003
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

If you were to do a Konfabulator widget in python, what would it do?

Every couple of months or so, I get fascinated with the idea of doing Konfabulator in python, because I think it's a really neat idea, but I hate programming in javascript. And so I embark on a project to do a bastardized version of it, and I always come up with lame ideas- and then I lose interest in it for a couple of months and then...

Oh, wait.. I'm supposed to be working on VoodooPad. DOH! Well, little coding breaks are good to do every once and a while, even if it's only for a couple of days or so. Besides, the next update is close to being done, and I'm really just burning it in right now.. and updating documentation. That's the real reason I'm avoiding it.

Ok, here's another question. I released VoodooPad Lite a week or so ago, and I called it version 1.0, but it was built off the VoodooPad 1.1.1 sources... I'm about to release VoodooPad 1.1.2, so what do I call the next release of VP Lite? 1.0.1? It'll be based off of VP 1.1.2 though. So I'm toying with the idea of just calling them both 1.1.2- would that confuse the hell out of people, or should I just go ahead and do it, so it'll cause less confusion?