Today marks another day of #minizinc patch releases! 🎉
Fresh from the presses:
- MiniZinc bundle 2.5.3 (https://github.com/MiniZinc/MiniZincIDE/releases/tag/2.5.3)
- MiniZinc Python 0.4.2 (https://pypi.org/project/minizinc/0.4.2/)
It's important we keep being honest and investigate what works and doesn't work in the current scientific process. Most academics have been frustrated by peer reviews, but how fair are they and what can we do to improve them: https://m-cacm.acm.org/blogs/blog-cacm/248824-how-objective-is-peer-review/fulltext
Whenever I hear "All rise..." my head automatically completes it with "...for the guitar of liberty": https://youtu.be/qizNQKzatXA
A new release of #MiniZinc Python is now available: https://github.com/MiniZinc/minizinc-python/releases/tag/0.4.1
This one fixes some issues with enumerated types and adds some more debugging features
Such good news! NSW (and therefore Australia) is getting into the renewable energy game: https://www.smh.com.au/politics/nsw/nsw-s-ambitious-plan-to-become-renewable-superpower-20201108-p56cjb.html
With with the coal mining (hopefully) slowly coming to an end, this could be the start of a way forward!
Warm nights do not make for much sleep, but at least this morning brings the new #minizinc release!
Get version 2.5.2 while it is still hot: https://www.minizinc.org/doc-2.5.2/en/changelog.html#version-2-5-2
I just came across a song I haven't listened to in a while and it really cheered me up!
It is such a relief and wake up to a much more blue view of the US presidential election map. Maybe some sanity will return to the world. #election2020
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