Work continued on sTeam integration while i completed reading up on the last years of chandler development, trying to figure out what brought the project to a halt. It looks like it was the rather abrupt ending of funding. I suspect that a project that starts with paid developers will be disrupted if it doesn't develop a strong volunteer community before funding stops. I think that it would have helped to keep one developer on the payroll, to ensure a slow but steady continuation that gives the users the hope that development doesn't end and invites them to speed up the pace by volunteering. Keep the project alive with minimal funding instead of killing funding outright.
Reading the chandler blog also brought up some good user stories that apply to our project as well, giving us some material to study.
For the evening we met some other locals in a robot themed caffee, which has events like 'speak like a pirate day' and 'towel day'. It also sells donuts as well as donut holes! Unfortunately we didn't stay long enough to get a chance to try the latter.
We moved on to the university where one of our friends works. In the computer lab we continued working on the email-task manager, discussion structural questions on the white and blackboards.