Runner’s Log Project Status

October 23, 2006

It’s been a busy month here (not that it ever isn’t). When I haven’t been distracted by Lost or Battlestar Galactica, I’ve been focusing on completing Runner’s Log, my upcoming OSX application. The past two weeks have been spent fixing the remaining bugs, cleaning parts of the code and generally making sure things are working as they should be.

Anyhow, I’m happy to say that every major feature for Runner’s Log 1.0 is done. My next task is to hire an icon artist to design the toolbar and application icons, and while that’s progressing I’m going to spend my time on QA, making sure there aren’t any critical bugs remaining and tweaking the behavior in a few spots. Since I started working on this project, one of my goals was to get to a beta out to the public before winter, and it looks like I’m still on track.

Stay tuned! I hope to have some screenshots to put up soon.

Marc Charbonneau is a mobile software engineer in Portland, OR. Want to reply to this article? Get in touch on Twitter @mbcharbonneau.