It was C’s “settling in” week at nursery this week. E took him in for a few hours every day to get used to the unfamiliar surroundings and his key worker. This meant ironing name labels into all of his clothes and that he was in someone else’s care for an hour or two for the first time.
I capitalised on this strange, guilty sense of freedom by going for a run for the first time in months. I didn’t get very far and spent a lot of the time trying to keep my running tights up. I also indulged in some science fiction.
Five months ago, I planted a clove of garlic. Today, I harvested it!
It certainly looks like a bulb of garlic but we now need to dry it out for a few days. I’m only slightly alarmed by the RHS Gardening website’s warning that growing garlic from a supermarket “may carry disease”.
The official GitHub CLI 1.0 was released. I’ve long used hub but as its maintainer Mislav was hired by GitHub to build GitHub CLI, I’m going to try switching over.
The GitHub CLI that we are building is not exactly what I would have chosen to create if I was the only person in charge of making it, but this is A Good Thing. Before, I never really made an effort to understand who the audience of hub was, but with an actual team we finally get to explore that and hopefully build something that’s ambitious not in terms of the number of features it offers or how much of the GitHub API it covers, but in how well it helps people be productive with their daily work.
With an increasingly mobile C in nursery, E going back to work and me working with multiple clients for the first time, I’m at a bit of a loss for notes this week.
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