Also, I maintain other hobbies than programming, I also do some martial arts and now have the chance to train for amateur full contact fights. That would mean more training and less time for other stuff.
But I don't want to stop programming this, I love the concepts, problems to solve and design thoughts while starting my own game engine. Abandoning the project is not what I want to do and not what I will do.
Long story short, I don't have time writing more journal entries at the moment, I was very lucky to have time writing this one. Because if I am not writing a journal, I am studying or try to educate myself more on how to tackle such a complex software, or I am fighting with minor problems of QT and Doxygen.
(Talking about QT, bugger me but getting QT and doxygen working together was very anoying. The plugin for the QTCreator needed a newer version of QTCreator. The right version installed, I've found out that Linux Mint used an older version of a library, I think it was a C Library. In the end I installed Kubuntu, had trouble installing the latest versions of QT, and settled with the older QT Package but the QTCreator 2.5.0)
And When I am doing neither of those, I am training.
I am still figuring out what problems design problems I have to solve, and when I try to maintain the interval and length of published entries, I won't have any time left to do what I came here to do, to program.
This means I will probably lengthen my Entry interval, maybe write less structured and shorter entries. Only time will tell. But I try to update on my thoughts and design questions/choices.