Do you guys spend much time on 3D stuff when the weather's fine? I find it really difficult to concentrate on anything involving the computer when the sun comes out! Where I live, on the north coast of Devon in England, we don't get many truly glorious sunny days but there's been a few over the last week and I just can't make myself stay inside and do any work, especially programming
For me, 3D art or programming is a Winter endeavour anyway: I get far too busy with work during the Summer season to be able to find much time for it (or anything else really!). And if I do get some free time I want to be outside, not inside in my cave!
Anyway, as a result of the fine weather my American friends have obviously tired of and sent across the Atlantic to me, Pose2Lux has gone on a bit of a hiatus.
It's a good thing really, though. It's important right now to let v0.4.x settle down and be as stable and reliable as it can be. I want it to be bug free before I start on the next big development (built in material editor). The material editor is quite a daunting exercise. I don't think it'll be difficult to program, but it's going to take a lot of code, perhaps as much again as is already in Pose2Lux.