New screenshot, old screenshot: the dialog you can see here is almost the same as before, except that it now shows some recent annotations added to previously saved files, and a few suggestions have been loaded, thanks to the new shining Scribo plugin (by Sebastian Trueg) and to the OpenCalais public services (for those you will need an API key, after a free registration to their site, but anyway a nice popup will inform you of this, when you will try to use it for the first time).
In that particular scene, I was saving lyrics from the song “Ordinary people” by Neil Young, and OC pointed out a few related terms, like the Las Vegas city written in the text, and others.
Ok, not so much work (on my side) this week, but past weekend with another public election (and me working for it) and a presentation made on tuesday for a university course haven’t left so much time for working on this…
Anyway, I have also made a little roadmap from now to the end of the GSoC (the BIG deadline), so the next important step will be a working load dialog (besides some little work on a couple of pseudo-bugs), so there will be a starting point for thinking about interaction with the user and UI.
Last but not least, my Commander-In-Chief already blogged about the project on which Sebastian Faubel is working, and some ideas are very interesting, like for example a template-based filesystem tree for giving files a good place in which they can be saved (and browsed traditionally later).
So, stay tuned!