GNU reached version 1.0 today! This is one of the projects that's most inspiring to me at the moment and that I use every day gnu.org/software/guix/blog/201

We've just launched the Dept of Education & Training's new Find My School service. Helping parents to work out their local school zones and enroll their child. findmyschool.vic.gov.au/ premier.vic.gov.au/helping-vic

Putting the finishing touches on a local newsletter advertisement for my business in Scribus desktop publishing software. Great tool!

Personal best on the ride home from work today, 8:58. Amazing fitness or just an exceptional run of traffic lights? Who can say? 🚴‍♂️ 💨

Preparing a batch your no-knead sourdough for baking in the morning. Unlike other recipes, this actually fits well into a busy work week.

Spent a fun morning playing with robots with the Caledonian Primary School grade 1-2s

It's public now! Spritely (and myself) have been awarded a Samsung Stack Zero grant! I'm funded for the next two years to bring ActivityPub and the fediverse to the next level. Secure interactions, object capabilities, p2p content delivery, all that stuff! samsungnext.com/whats-next/cat

I get to write some production ClojureScript code today, which is a good start to the day

If you play piano, what songs come out of your fingers when you sit down at a keyboard? I've started up lessons again as an adult and looking for some new favourites. Have been playing Brick by Ben Folds Five on repeat for the last 15 years 😛

Why doesn't use significant whitespace in it's data structure literals?

I've spent the last three weeks on my first work-related project in ClojureScript (ie. JavaScript in Lisp). Overall I'm very excited about the platform, but it's been gruelling to get all the tooling working, learn the new idioms and to wrap my mind around Om.next. But let's start with the good. I *love* hyphens in variable names (eg. `purchase-order`).

Spent the weekend at , an event to make things with government data. Neroli, Tamara and I focused on the Right to the Night public safety survey run here my home town of Ballarat:

righttothenight.sturm.com.au/

Enjoyed getting to know new folks and learnt a lot of QGIS. Thanks to the volunteers for a great event!

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