Here's how the set of tutorials looks so far (X denotes either completed code or a completed guide):
|Name||C (code)||C (doc)||C++ (code)||C++ (doc)||JS (code)||JS (doc)||Py (code)||Py (doc)||Vala (code)||Vala (doc)|
This is all in git right now; you can check it out with git clone git://git.gnome.org/gnome-devel-do
(For the git-impaired: Nightly builds here.)
Shaun and I worked on fleshing-out some new terminology guidelines - it works so much better in person than through IRC or a mailing list. These will be folded into the HIG and what may or may not materialise as a new documentation style guide.
HIG 3.0 in Mallard
I ported some of the new HIG material on live.gnome.org to Mallard - you can find it in the hig3/ directory of gnome-devel-docs in git. I gather that HIG development is in a state of flux at the moment, but I'm hoping that providing some infrastructure for it will make things easier for the usability guys who're tackling the rewrite. There's a template for UI patterns in there too - working on a pattern could be a good way to start contributing to the HIG (hint, hint).
You know how Cheese can apply fun filters to your webcam feed? It might be cool to do something similar for your microphone input. I mean, really, who doesn't want to sound like Darth Vader from time to time? Is it possible to build something in GStreamer perhaps? It could make for a nice project for someone over the Christmas holiday season. Just sayin'...