Its been ages since I’ve touched the IRM 2.0 Python code base. I most definetley have not touched the IRM1.5 code base (PHP is… not so great.
What happened you may ask? Well, life did. In that short interval, I’ve graduated from college, and started work at an exciting startup in the wireless sensor networking field. I’m getting ready to move again as well, and have barely had a break during my junior and senior years.
I’ve resettled into a schedule that I can cope with (mostly) and have been missing doing software development outside of the work scope. Some “new”, something fresh, something open source.
I’ve restarted work on IRM 2. But not in the existing code base, something new, which I’ll get around to sharing the details of when I’ve finalized them myself. Some of the revolutionary features from the asset manager are coming back to life in a similar incantation though.