Nicole Allard (Eclipse Feature Diagram Plugin): isn't blogging, so I don't know.
Jeff Balogh (Dojo Form Editor): has been working with Nick Jamil on a new customizable ticketing system for DrProject, and has also posted some thoughts at the end of his first week working on a drag-and-drop form editor for Dojo. Misleading debugging tools---check, but SVN plus patches considered harmful? Hm... What he actually says is, "Dojo, like a lot of other projects, is still using svn. This is great for, um, somebody, but I think it's more detrimental than good for open source projects." He likes the GIT way of doing things ("send it to the list").
Ming Chow and Wenbing Li (Flare Dataflow Editor): drag and drop, drag and drop, it's so much fun, we just can't stop.
Geofrey Flores and Qi Yang (Eclipse Web-CAT Plugin): whoo boy, isn't WebObjects fun? And trying to get a compatible mix of versions of various packages? Woo hoo...
Eran Henig (Python Web-CAT Back End): as above (the three students share a blog). Web-CAT now knows how to run Python programs; the next step is to teach it how to run them securely.
Nick Jamil (DrProject): has been blogging several times a day about ideas, progress, and discoveries. He'd be interested in hearing your thoughts on the database schema for the new ticketing component.
Xuan Le (OS161 Visualization): is already buildingdebugging a GUI for the os161 visualization tool.
Chris Maddison (PyGraphics): doesn't appear to be blogging either, but his project partner, Hardeep Singh, has just started (see below).
Luke Petrolekas (Documentation/Testing): has converted the Software CArpentry notes to a wiki. There's still lots to do (embedding images, tidying up the bibliography, etc.), but it's a great start.
Daniel Servos (Moodle Data Visualization): came down to chat a week ago about what instructors would actually like to visualize, and is now working on a final design and figuring out how to debugMoodle.