Now that full term at university has finished, I have a little free time (inbetween sleeping, doing all the holiday work, and that celebration thing that people seem to do) to spend on projects. Today, I got round to adding GObject introspection support to libgdata. I think some of the Makefile changes I made were a little hacky, but they seem to work. If anyone wants to use libgdata from an interpreted language which has GIR support, it should now be possible.
In university news, things have gone well this term, and I managed to (precariously) stay on top of the rolling mountain of work. I've now got two weeks' stay in Cambridge to help shepherd interviewees around for their application interviews before I go home and do Christmassy things.
It took me until about half way through the term to notice that I was actually walking past Collabora's UK office every morning (opposite King's College). It was quite a shock when I noticed. It was also a shock to see they weren't at the computer lab's recent careers fair. Perhaps missing a trick there?