after dinner on the deck (which was mostly vegetarian and quite tasty, hooray!) we had a mid-week progress report meeting where each team of people (with some people being teams of one) got up and gave a quick update on what they were working on and the state it was in.
LiveUI (xmlgui replacement), graphical dbus explorer and dbus support enhancements, accessibility (hooray for at-spi over dbus working!), human interface guidelines (yes, we have someone actively working on that!), x.org composite integration, KJob (abstracting out the many implementations of jobs in kde; more significant than it sounds), KIO improvements (including proper seek support), kdelibs API reviews, akonadi, qgraphicsview use (e.g. in kpat ;) and khtml work were all covered. i probably missed something in there too. we've been busy.
it hasn't all been hacking though. there's been team building in the form of a daily walk and various meetings on important if not overly-technical topics. all of this (and the lack of a proper darkness at night) has left us fairly tired at night. how tired you ask?