Here is the deal. I’m unemployed, a soon-to-be-signed PhD contract on the way, a few money to last a couple of weeks and one billion ideas in my head. So I’m making the decision to work on personal projects and trying to get myself organized and as productive as possible.
This is also an attempt to better understand what is doable in a given amount of time and what isn’t.
I’m giving myself goals that are supposed to be reachable in one hour and a half. I’ll do my best to document my goals and activities on a daily basis and describe what external factors may have made me failed to reach my goals. Some goals/activities may not be listed on my blog since they may be work-related and I may not be allowed to reveal what I’m working on.
I’m “officially” starting this, but since February I’m more or less already doing this. Among achievements:
- Writing the Proxy doc on MDC.
- A couple of proxies-related discussions on es-discuss which led to a couple of pages written by Tom van Cutsem: 
- Running ECMAScript 5 test suite on Firefox 4 beta, reviewing test failures and depending on the case, filing a bug to Mozilla Firefox or to the test suite.
- Studied 2-3 things which resulted in github mini-projects and a couple of blog articles here.
- Wrote an article on the Join Mozilla program and joined a mailing-list in order to help shaping the program. FuzzyFox has created a presentation based on my article (notes and voice over). I’ve tried to provide a bit of feedback.
- Reviewed the Badge paper and sent feedback (by e-mail, so I do not have a link to my contribution yet).
- Discussions with the doc people at Mozilla (Sheppy and Janet) which may lead to a call aiming at encouraging people to contribute to MDN (notes)
Among my goals for today:
- Writing this blog article :-p
- Review, file bugs and work on Join Mozilla-related things