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authorAndré Fincato <work@andrefincato.info>2021-02-09 00:01:25 +0100
committerAndré Fincato <work@andrefincato.info>2021-02-09 00:01:25 +0100
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+title: W05, 2021-02-01/02-07
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+
+one day late.
+
+last week i ended looking disgustated at the series of lists i was compiling, by looking at a mix of git commits, todos, and other notes.
+
+when i began this i wanted to be able not only to remind myself what i did in the past seven days (i was over over over-working), but also write down thoughts on those processes.
+
+## twla
+
+last (this) week was spent to at last finalize the contract, and all four appendixes. there's gonna be a rewriting phase from english to german — for which i hope it will be mostly done (translated) by *them*. i took the chance to put together a simple Latex template for "work documents" (ah!).
+
+## dps x magdx
+
+we gave up on using the initial, harder and leaner, wiki setup for *thyme-wiki*, and went for writing a simple python program instead; this allows for finer control over templates, and makes life a bit easier (for now). it just also happened to be a good chance to play with the python's implementation of *libgit2* (eh!).
+
+## dae.wiki
+
+wrapped up budget for 2021 too — all this time working with spreadsheets and numbers made me think that maybe that's where the invention of "hobbies" come from: office people like accountants need to do something else beside their "day job".
+
+i setup the new dev server, and fixed some more small bugs. i also had the chance to explain for the x time, but after almost a year, how does the wiki work, and implicitly say why i made these choices. the more i think about it — and talked about it — the more it feels a simple, strong, good idea. something i might want to re-iterate over and over in other contexts... (as i am doing already; see `thyme-wiki`).
+
+i am slowly wrapping useful git commands + other piping post-processing commands into scripts, *and* also thinking i should get back to work on `tekken-v`.
+
+strong thoughts: learning Rust and do something with / for `ssb`; thinking how a full Urbit OS would look like (and wanting to learn Hoon); planning to move to Trieste (i told myself i'd do it if in three months i'd thought at it again; that was November 2020); if internet is god vomiting on users, why close bodies are far away *and* in touch? distributed planet-brain psychosis.