Turn Software Carpentry into a book: nope, didn't get to it
(though we didpublish our lessons).
Turn the instructor training course into something other people can read and understand:
huh—it actually happened (kind of).
Finish any of the fiction I've been working on:
I tidied up Beneath Coriandel (again),
but it still needs major surgery to fix some gaping plot holes before it's worth publishing,
and I didn't touch the others.
Write a textbook:
Start playing the sax again:
What about the things I did think I'd do?
Get paid: yup.
Get the Software Carpentry Foundation on a firm footing:
but the credit belongs to the Steering Committee.
Train at least half a dozen people to run Software Carpentry instructor training.
Figure out what my next big project is going to be.
I'm going to keep teaching for Software Carpentry,
but as I wrote in September,
I'd like to build and ship some software at least once more.
I'll find a bunch of scientists in Toronto that I could help part-time.