Hi everyone, You'll find my blog post at  and my code at , It's finally the end of GSoC and we can all celebrate :). You can find my weekly report below. I've also updated by live.gnome.org wiki page  with screenshots of the project as it stands.
-----Weekly Report text----- So this is the last weekly report of the Summer of Code. It’s been a long journey to get to the end and a lot of hard work. What I’ve done this week: I reworked the drag and drop to try and make it less glitchy and it still isn’t perfect. From looking at a lot of other score editors I think I missed a trick on having measures that were automatically filled with rests and then just subtracting the note that gets added from that rest and reworking the rests to fill the rest of the measure. Hindsight can be an annoying thing sometimes. I’ve also managed to make the MusicXML generate correctly, regardless of measure number. I’ve tested it quite a bit and it does seem to work as expected every time. So one of the few bits that doesn’t have strange bugs. I’ve also tried adding audio the the Instruments but I’ve run into problems with my Source Element and I’ve just run out of time to fix it. I would have loved to have had audio working but it just wasn’t possible. I’ve also tried to add scaling changes to the notes, this is far from perfect but it’s a start. I’ve done my best to try and at least implement most of the features I wanted and this as led to some things being a little glitchy but I can accept that as version 0.001 of the Score Editor. This was a pretty big project, much bigger than I anticipated and it’s been a long hard road to get to where I am now. I’m happy to have reached the end and look back on everything that I’ve learned in the last 12 weeks. It has been an amazing experience to be able to focus on code without having to worry about things. What I’ve learned throughout GSoC: That as much as I learn I will always need to learn more. I’ve spent long enough with roughly documented toolkits to know that to master these things is pretty difficult and nearly impossible unless you devote a lot of time to them. I’ve come away wanting to expand and improve on my project and work towards creating something that is really cool to me personally. Yes I didn’t finish my original design, but that wasn’t through lack of trying, I’d just overreached in what I thought I could do. I’ll continue contributing to Jokosher and to any Open Source projects that appeal to me, this whole experience has changed my perspective a great deal and I want to contribute and give back more to the FOSS community. So here’s to the end of my Summer of Code.  - http://wp.me/pjdJf-2Q  - https://code.launchpad.net/~redache/jokosher/MusicXMLEditor  - http://live.gnome.org/SummerOfCode2010/DavidWilliams_Jokosher#preview Thanks for reading! and congratulations to everyone else that finished their summer of code. David Williams, Extending Jokosher with a Musical Notation Editor. _______________________________________________ jokosher-devel-list mailing list email@example.com http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/jokosher-devel-list