As day 1 is coming to a close let us quickly recount the work that has been started:
- We started by debating the way forward and came up with an action plan – In the short term PyGtk will be ported to Python 3.0 but start moving to using PyGI under the hood when wrapping non-overridden functions. PyGI will be developed in parallel to both support PyGtk and eventually replace it.
- I have gone and setup a build environment and documented it on the wiki along with the places to get various modules as well as helping out with some of the Py3k issues
- John Ehresman has been working on his github branch to bring Py3k support to PyGObject
- David Malcolm has been working on the PyGI Py3k support
- Zach Goldberg and Colin Walters have been working on the PyGI callback support, both code reviewing the current patches and discussing the best way to support callbacks given the way the gjs bindings handle them
- Tomue is working on introspection for cairo so we can use it from PyGI