Getting Back to Tiled
After releasing Tiled 1.2 in September I announced that I would take one month of holiday, which I desperately needed not because I needed a break from working on Tiled (never!) but because we bought a house and I needed to make sure we could move in soon.

Well, it has been an incredibly busy month. I've had help from relatives, friends and craftsmen, and a lot of stuff got done from removing old tiles, wallpaper and paneling to installing gypsum plasterboard and applying joint compound, filling holes with concrete or bricks and installing electrical wiring and LAN cables. The picture I attached to this post shows a small part of the progress we've made on our bedroom. Of course, I greatly underestimated the amount of work required and we still have loads of work remaining, but fortunately we were also given a bit more time and now have until mid February before we need to move in.

But it is also time to get back to Tiled! Last weekend I caught up with most of my email, did some code reviews and fixed two minor issues in preparation of a Tiled 1.2.1 release that I want to do soon (probably by Tuesday or Wednesday). Once Tiled 1.2.1 is out I will start working on the first feature for Tiled 1.3. Right now I'm undecided on what to start with between adding support for projects, making Tiled scriptable or making keyboard shortcuts configurable. If any of you feel strongly for one of those features, let me know why in the comments!

I want to thank all of you for your generous and unrelenting support! I really appreciate that and I'm looking forward to write about new features again soon!