Also! I gave a talk at PyCon UK a few months ago about code styles, the value of consistency and Black - a python code formatted that i've contributed to and love very much! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLoMFu14wmk
So far, my basil is doing... alarmingly well. My mint has sprouted, parsley is growing pretty quickly. Rosemary has a single sprout but not much activity, and today I seeded (a lot of) greek oregano. This is probably the hardest I've thrown myself into a DIY IRL project and I adore it
Added a page for Geard ! https://hraew.autophagy.io/geard/
And we have life! Basil life!
lmao this is definitely gonna get a knock on the door from the cops
(As an aside, this is the title page of a slide deck im working away on. I can't wait to (hopefully) see this on a huge screen)
Wrote up some notes from BOB2019 Konf... https://byrgen.autophagy.io/notes-from-bob2019-konferenz/
Not quite ready to merge to master and deploy yet, still a bunch more stuff yet. But I will say - I think this is the nicest, cleanest python code I've ever written.
Approaching the end of this push. Added all the shields so far: 64 from 25 services (as opposed to just 9 from 7 services previously).
Been overhauling https://scieldas.autophagy.io/ over the past couple of days. Lots more to go, but my refactoring was super satisfying. It has a much better structure, is properly tested, and should make adding the 60-ish proposed endpoints a breeze.
Reading the Rorty's introduction to Sellar's "Empiricism and Philosophy of Mind" and it's very fun. This bit made me giggle:
'I once took the liberty of asking Sellars, "If a man chooses to bind the spirit of Hegel in the fetters of Carnap, how shall he find readers?" I was attempting a pastiche of W G Pogson-Smith's question about Spinoza: "If a man chooses to bind the spirit of Christ in the fetters of Euclid, how shall he find readers?" Sellars was not amused.'
Wrote a thing on Faereld that mght be interesting to fellow temporalnauts https://byrgen.autophagy.io/apis-mellifera/
I should give byrgen a better logo.
a non-terminating process
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