I was already thinking about using ZendFramework 1.11, but since ZF2 is at the beta stage, I think I'll just jump on that wagon since my project isn't going to be ready for another few months anyway. ZendFramework2 also has all of the primary base features I'm looking for. I'll probably have to hack some implementation details for missing features that will be released in a few months as the version matures. Still, I should be able to hack together a prototype and hopefully be able to implement many of the features I have planned during my vacation break. Well, I'm unsure how far I'll get, if I do have something, it is unlikely I'll be able to release it since, the project will unfortunately be unstable until ZF2 is released. I figure I'll probably release something after 3 months anyway. The primary pieces I'll be using, the Controller, plugin and modules are fairly stable now (I believe), so it is possible to release something.
I'm also guessing that the authentication interfaces and adapters are fairly okay to implement or extend, so it is possible I'll be able to implement authentication. Something I was planning on doing anyway for shits and giggles. I'm unsure how far developed the database component is, but I'll probably build my own anyway in case I want to move to CodeIgniter or Fuel later.
Besides that, I hope to start Python. I figure if I work 8 hours on the directory project a day and then 4 to 8 hours on the Python project. I should have worked a pretty productive vacation. Also the projects should be mature enough to warrant further development for the next couple of months. I'll have to pick a project to continue after this week, since it is unwise to focus my attention on more than one project at a time.
I had wanted to complete the HTTP library project and at least have something complete. However, I lost motivation on that once I start thinking more about the Directory and Trac project. I have far too many projects on my mind. I was kind of hoping to complete the HTTP library project and get that stable and off of my mind. However, I'm hoping to show the Directory project and Python project some love this week and see how well I progress.
Most likely I'll go back to the HTTP library project one or two days and finish up majority of the foundation coding and have something that could be released before the end of this month. Well that is the plan at least. Even if I keep scattering my plans based on what I'm feel like coding this moment.
At some point I really want to do something with Calibre, but I'm unsure what. Probably nothing for the next couple of months. I want to do some D programming, but these PHP and Python projects keep raising to the top of my thoughts. If I can remove them or get to them to the point where other people can take over, then I think I'll be happy.