12 votes

What are you doing this weekend?

Even if you don't have any plans for the weekend, and just want to talk about how you are doing, this is a good place to do that too.

You can find last week's topic here.

So, Tildizards, what (or how) are you doing this weekend?

39 comments

  1. [3]
    Gaywallet Link
    I'm going to my first play party. I have zero idea what to expect but I'm excited!

    I'm going to my first play party. I have zero idea what to expect but I'm excited!

    8 votes
    1. [2]
      weystrom Link Parent
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Play_party But which one? Which one?!

      play party.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Play_party
      But which one? Which one?!

      5 votes
      1. Loire Link Parent
        Judging by the username I'm going to assume it's the sing and dance. Those just sound so happy.

        Judging by the username I'm going to assume it's the sing and dance. Those just sound so happy.

        3 votes
  2. [5]
    cadadr Link
    I am studying my last book before my interview and exams at Boğaziçi University for a master's in Linguistics. I'll have three exams in May, and if the uni accepts my application and I ace my...

    I am studying my last book before my interview and exams at Boğaziçi University for a master's in Linguistics. I'll have three exams in May, and if the uni accepts my application and I ace my exams, I may qualify for a master's in the best public uni in the country. Currently studying phonology, and I have another book which I may study if I'll have time (Discourse and Identity, Benwell & Stokoe, Edinburgh University Press). If I'm not rejected before exams, I'll learn the results by the end of May.

    I am also working on the rewrite of my blogging engine (when I say "engine", it's more like those in toy cars with little coils, nothing big :)) in type-annotated Python. The current one is in Ruby, and was written more like a script than a proper library. Now I'm working on something more like a framework which provides you with two classes, Collection and Website, and a protocol called Producer. The basic idea is you select files with Collections which use Producers (or strings of them) to generate target files, possibly applying templates, and Websites organise Collections into a website. It is similar to e.g. xmonad in that you write the main(). It'll be possible to extend it via implementing Producers and template engine adapters. There won't be a command like hugo or jekyll etc., the user will write the script using the library, and use whatever build system and scripts they desire. Personally, I like it better like this, because with a proper programming language and all the control at your hands, you don't have to work around the opinions of the blogging engine; and no structure is forced on the user. It is a bit like Hakyll, I think; but I haven't really used Hakyll enough to compare. This method is harder than other stuff because you will need to write a makefile and watcher script etc., but I plan to have extensive docs and a set of complete examples with this, so it won't be as hard.

    6 votes
    1. [4]
      acdw Link Parent
      Hey I like your articles! Do you have an RSS feed I can subscribe to? EDIT: also I use Hakyll, and I really like the DSL-like approach to hackability. More blog engines like that would be great to...

      Hey I like your articles! Do you have an RSS feed I can subscribe to?

      EDIT: also I use Hakyll, and I really like the DSL-like approach to hackability. More blog engines like that would be great to see.

      2 votes
      1. [3]
        cadadr Link Parent
        Thanks! Here it is: https://gkayaalp.com/blog/index.rss.xml It is in the alternatives, but apparent I have forgotten to link it on the front page. Gonna fix. Hakyll is beautiful but it is in...

        Thanks! Here it is: https://gkayaalp.com/blog/index.rss.xml It is in the alternatives, but apparent I have forgotten to link it on the front page. Gonna fix.

        Hakyll is beautiful but it is in Haskell and I want to focus on a language at this point (I have always hopped around). Python is nice because I can also use it in my research, it has great libraries for statistics, plotting, NLP, etc. Also, I need a pet project, so I am writing my own. Interestingly, when I checked https://www.staticgen.com/ before starting this, Hakyll seemed to be the only one with the library approach.

        2 votes
        1. [2]
          acdw Link Parent
          Subscribed, thanks for the link! And I understand that language thing. I tried to write a static site generator in Python but I did not get very far, best of luck to you! If you finish it I'd be...

          Subscribed, thanks for the link!

          And I understand that language thing. I tried to write a static site generator in Python but I did not get very far, best of luck to you! If you finish it I'd be interesting in putzing around with it :)

          Also, I looked into Textile from your generator and I wish Markdown was more like it. It's like the perfect amount of ease and expressiveness that I wish Markdown (specifically Pandoc's markdown) had.

          2 votes
          1. cadadr Link Parent
            Thanks, and you're welcome! I've added it to the top navigation since then. Markdown is good enough, and it has the plus side that it is easy to use it as a front end for LaTeX stuff. But Textile...

            Subscribed, thanks for the link!

            Thanks, and you're welcome! I've added it to the top navigation since then.

            Also, I looked into Textile from your generator and I wish Markdown was more like it. It's like the perfect amount of ease and expressiveness that I wish Markdown (specifically Pandoc's markdown) had.

            Markdown is good enough, and it has the plus side that it is easy to use it as a front end for LaTeX stuff. But Textile has so much more features, no fragmentation, and I think it is easier to type on mobile (typing links on mobile markdown kill me).

            And I understand that language thing. I tried to write a static site generator in Python but I did not get very far, best of luck to you! If you finish it I'd be interesting in putzing around with it :)

            Thanks! I'll blog about it when I release the alpha. Expect to see something by the end of May, but no promises.

            2 votes
  3. [5]
    blake (edited ) Link
    I picked up my 1972 Opel GT last weekend: https://i.imgur.com/MkM291l.jpg So this weekend the plan is to at least remove the windshield. I'm hoping I'll get all of the glass out, and maybe the...

    I picked up my 1972 Opel GT last weekend: https://i.imgur.com/MkM291l.jpg

    So this weekend the plan is to at least remove the windshield. I'm hoping I'll get all of the glass out, and maybe the doors off.

    Also maybe the Olympus Rally on Sunday.

    5 votes
    1. [2]
      gtwillwin Link Parent
      That is a gorgeous car, even in the condition it's in.

      That is a gorgeous car, even in the condition it's in.

      2 votes
      1. blake Link Parent
        Thanks! It really is in decent shape for it's age, very little major rust. Just needs a bit of body work done and a bunch of surface rust taken care of.

        Thanks!

        It really is in decent shape for it's age, very little major rust. Just needs a bit of body work done and a bunch of surface rust taken care of.

        1 vote
    2. [2]
      hungariantoast Link Parent
      It really doesn't look that bad. Seems like a little tender loving care will get it fixed up in no time. I'm assuming it didn't come with headlights and windows, so what's the plan of attack? Are...

      It really doesn't look that bad. Seems like a little tender loving care will get it fixed up in no time.

      I'm assuming it didn't come with headlights and windows, so what's the plan of attack? Are you going to do the body work and repaint, then start replacing what's missing, or work on getting it running first?

      Good luck and keep us updated!

      1. blake Link Parent
        Actually it does have the headlights and all the glass, one of the big reasons I picked it up. The headlights/buckets are inside the car, and the door glass is stuck in the door haha. Most of the...

        Actually it does have the headlights and all the glass, one of the big reasons I picked it up. The headlights/buckets are inside the car, and the door glass is stuck in the door haha.

        Most of the other exterior bits are inside the car (side markers and tail lights).

        Plan of attack: Remove all glass, remove doors, remove hood, strip interior, strip engine bay, strip anything else. The body will then get media blasted on a rotisserie, then body work and paint. Then I have to decide if I want to use the original drive train or swap it with a modern engine/trans.

        1 vote
  4. [5]
    vivaria Link
    I've pre-scheduled a few things for the next few days. Tonight is a concert for a local indie band, tomorrow is the War of the Spark prerelease (Hey @Deimos, you going? :>), and Sunday is this...

    I've pre-scheduled a few things for the next few days. Tonight is a concert for a local indie band, tomorrow is the War of the Spark prerelease (Hey @Deimos, you going? :>), and Sunday is this singles event at the board game cafe in town. I don't really expect any of them to go anywhere considering I have the social skills of a rock, but they're an alternative to getting stuck in a refresh loop of Tildes, Reddit, and Hacker News for hours.

    5 votes
    1. Deimos Link Parent
      Nah, I pretty much only play through Arena these days (and haven't even done much of that in the last month or so). I'll probably play a few sealed events on there though, depending on how well...

      Nah, I pretty much only play through Arena these days (and haven't even done much of that in the last month or so). I'll probably play a few sealed events on there though, depending on how well they go.

      1 vote
    2. [3]
      TheInvaderZim Link Parent
      Hey, I'm going to the prerelease too! I managed to luck my way into affording 4 or 5 on arena yesterday through 1 buy in and wins, so I figured I'd go play where theres actual prizes. Not to be...

      Hey, I'm going to the prerelease too! I managed to luck my way into affording 4 or 5 on arena yesterday through 1 buy in and wins, so I figured I'd go play where theres actual prizes.

      Not to be crude, but thus far the format sucks ogre dick. It's legit one of the worst I've played. Sealed almost always demands you force 3 colors in any scenario, but green is only support and there's only, like, 4 cards for universal fixing in the entire format, one of which is awful and the remainder sitting at uncommon.

      If you liked the midrange decks in the khans era, you might enjoy it, but its basically evasion aggro or midrange valuetown with sparse removal and no good control pieces, with no other decks able to exist. Theres a lot of power in stupid places and a LOT of basically insta-win bombs at rare that are the determining factor anyways, so its all complete RNG if you can build something competitive at any level. I'm not surpised, but I am disappointed.

      1 vote
      1. [2]
        vivaria Link Parent
        I heard some rumblings of this in the Lords of Limited Discord, but I'm trying to tune it out. I tend to be a pretty spikey limited fanatic who lives and breathes analysis of format health/quality...

        I heard some rumblings of this in the Lords of Limited Discord, but I'm trying to tune it out.

        I tend to be a pretty spikey limited fanatic who lives and breathes analysis of format health/quality (I feel like we'd get along!) For prereleases, though, I've been trying to ease up and get a little silly. They tend to be the place where newer/less invested players have fun, and I wouldn't want to bring down the vibe by getting all hardcore on them. I figure I'll have more fun if I try to have a more Timmy-ish experience rather than my typical Spike self.

        Do you think draft will pan out differently?

        2 votes
        1. TheInvaderZim Link Parent
          I think playing Timmy is the only way you really can enjoy the format, since there are so many planeswalkers. Thats kinda what its made for. Draft will probably be way, way worse. I expect there...

          I think playing Timmy is the only way you really can enjoy the format, since there are so many planeswalkers. Thats kinda what its made for.

          Draft will probably be way, way worse. I expect there will only be 3-4 decks you can build: any color variation of midrange, 5 color planeswalkers if you snag fixing from the bigger card pool, and U/W fliers. There's technically a U/R spells deck floating around in the set, and maybe with access to more packs itll be easier to make, but I'm not holding my breath.

          I'm willing to bet its only going to get worse. Draft tends to amplify the problems of sealed, in my experience.

          1 vote
  5. [4]
    hungariantoast Link
    Well, yesterday I woke up, drove three hours to a family member's house, stayed there for twelve hours, then drove three hours home. Eighteen hours and nearly four hundred miles just for a...

    Well, yesterday I woke up, drove three hours to a family member's house, stayed there for twelve hours, then drove three hours home. Eighteen hours and nearly four hundred miles just for a seven-minute wedding ceremony.

    I think that makes six weddings I've attended now. Hopefully there won't be any more.

    As for this weekend, first, I might go see Endgame with friends if a group of us materializes. I'm not the biggest fan of the movies, since they're just not really my thing, but I have seen all of them so far, keeping up with them at my own pace. Of course, I've also had the ending spoiled for me already (thanks, Reddit). However, our preferred theater is usually pretty empty, even for movies like this, and it's an excuse to get out of the house, so that should be fun.

    Oh yeah, by the way, if you haven't seen Endgame yet and you don't want it to be spoiled for you, stay off of Reddit. It seems like people are making a greater effort than usual to post spoilers in comments. Maybe it has something to do with /r/CringeAnarchy being banned?

    Second, I have like, three, maybe four different topics I'm writing about and want to post to Tildes, so I'll be juggling those this weekend and seeing what I can get typed up (and maybe even posted).

    Finally, last week I talked about learning how to map a new feature on OpenStreetMap, and it turns out the feature I wanted to map needs to be tagged as waterway=stream. The process for mapping out waterways of any kind is actually pretty complex, but streams and ditches are probably the easiest. Here's the feature on OSM I talked about last week and here it is with a line traced over it so you can find it easily. Notice how that line has little arrows on it detailing the direction it was drawn? That's actually a requirement for tracing out streams. You have to trace them in the direction they flow.

    Then, once you've traced it out on the map, you tag it with waterway=stream. If the stream connects to a larger body of water, you have to make sure you connect them together on the map, like I did with the coastline at the top right of the example image. If you can see where the stream dips into the ground, you tag that point where it disappears with waterway=stream_end.

    Finally, anywhere the stream runs under a road or travels underground, you tag that part of the way as tunnel=culvert. Isn't this just riveting?

    4 votes
    1. [2]
      krg Link Parent
      The level of detail you can get into with mapping is pretty neat. How persistent are streams, though? Seems like they could be highly dependent on weather and easily routed.

      The level of detail you can get into with mapping is pretty neat. How persistent are streams, though? Seems like they could be highly dependent on weather and easily routed.

      2 votes
      1. hungariantoast Link Parent
        For waterways or bodies of water that tend to not flow or dry up sometimes there is the intermittent=yes/no tag. If a feature is intermittent=yes then you can optionally add the seasonal=* tag to...

        For waterways or bodies of water that tend to not flow or dry up sometimes there is the intermittent=yes/no tag. If a feature is intermittent=yes then you can optionally add the seasonal=* tag to declare which seasons it is filled or flows.

        And yeah, the level of detail available when mapping is something I love about the project. I regularly find myself adding little things like individual trees when I map a specific location, especially parks. I recently learned how to map street lamps so I'll be doing plenty of that as well.

        3 votes
    2. teaearlgraycold Link Parent
      I'll be seeing Endgame alone. Makes picking a good seat pretty easy even though I bought tickets last minute.

      I'll be seeing Endgame alone. Makes picking a good seat pretty easy even though I bought tickets last minute.

      1 vote
  6. [6]
    krg Link
    Today, I continue my weight-lifting regime. I'm a beginner, so it isn't quite grueling, yet. After dinner I'll probaly go for a walk and read a bit. Saturday + Sunday, I'm gonna try to get back on...

    Today, I continue my weight-lifting regime. I'm a beginner, so it isn't quite grueling, yet. After dinner I'll probaly go for a walk and read a bit.

    Saturday + Sunday, I'm gonna try to get back on schedule with my reading. Been slacking lately. I try to read ~100 pages in the morning (which usually takes me until around noon). Maybe I'll visit a museum. Maybe catch a matinee Sunday. Though...browsing showtimes..doesn't look like anything good's out.

    3 votes
    1. [5]
      Gaywallet Link Parent
      Do you have a program you are following?

      Do you have a program you are following?

      1 vote
      1. [4]
        krg Link Parent
        For the first two weeks I was doing the Stronglifts 5x5 program, but then I found this diatribe about it being ineffecient/not the best/etc. , so...now I've been following that program. Which is...

        For the first two weeks I was doing the Stronglifts 5x5 program, but then I found this diatribe about it being ineffecient/not the best/etc. , so...now I've been following that program. Which is really just a bit of a modification to the Stronglifts program.

        Before this I mainly practiced bodyweight fitness (pull-ups, push-ups, hollow holds) and running.

        I probably don't look like I work out, though. ha. Hopefully I cultivate some mass...

        2 votes
        1. [3]
          Gaywallet Link Parent
          A well thought out program is good (ivysaur is a good choice), but consistency is definitely the most important part. So long as you're enjoying yourself and find yourself wanting to go to the gym...

          A well thought out program is good (ivysaur is a good choice), but consistency is definitely the most important part. So long as you're enjoying yourself and find yourself wanting to go to the gym rather than dreading it, I'm sure you'll make great progress.

          2 votes
          1. [2]
            krg Link Parent
            The only exercise I've really found myself dreading is running, and even then not THAT much. Last month, after a long layoff, I started running ~2 miles in about ~20 min and got up to ~4.5 miles...

            The only exercise I've really found myself dreading is running, and even then not THAT much. Last month, after a long layoff, I started running ~2 miles in about ~20 min and got up to ~4.5 miles in ~30 minutes, 4 days a week. The hardest step being putting on my workout clothes. Next hardest step being, uh, taking the first step. Then it just became a matter of not stopping, even if I felt like crap. Each lap I ran was about 2250 ft and I noticed my energy always dipped from lap 4 to 6, but once I got over that I settled into a comfortable uncomfortable zone and felt I could maintain that pace indefinitely. Of course, I allowed myself some room for improvement each run. Continually breaking your distance record feels pretty good!

            That said, I haven't been running since starting this lifting regimen. I've read some things stating that cardio can impede muscle growth. Those effects may have been overstated, but I'm allowing myself to believe it so that I don't have to run. Plus, those are more calories I'd have to recuperate and I already feel like I'm eating too damn much. I've kinda been optimizing for protein when making food choices, so I end up getting around 140-160 g of protein in like 1500 calories. So, as it stands, if I want to cultivate mass, I gotta take in another 1000 calories a day. I consider these my "play calories" that finally allow me to eat/drink some junk. Though, I mostly reserve them for beer. :)

            3 votes
            1. Gaywallet Link Parent
              Yes, but not as much as you were probably lead to believe. There's not a ton of good literature on the subject, but this study in particular is a fantastic example of what's available. The key...

              I've read some things stating that cardio can impede muscle growth.

              Yes, but not as much as you were probably lead to believe. There's not a ton of good literature on the subject, but this study in particular is a fantastic example of what's available.

              The key takeaways are this - separate the two as much as possible. Opposite ends of the day, consecutive days, or even if just by a few hours (lifting in the morning, running at lunch, etc.). However, if you must do them right after each other, lift first and run after (if mass is your goal), and the reality is the amount of interference you are going to get is pretty minimal.

              3 votes
  7. [3]
    MimicSquid (edited ) Link
    Playing some Imperator: Rome and learning all the ways my experience with the other games in Paradox's catalog don't prepare me for the nuances of the new game. Trading off to play some Cataclysm:...

    Playing some Imperator: Rome and learning all the ways my experience with the other games in Paradox's catalog don't prepare me for the nuances of the new game.

    Trading off to play some Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead when the frustration of failing in a new system gets to be too much.

    EDIT: Just playing C:DDA. Picked up Imperator, conquered Great Britain, put it down. The combat was fun, and there's a good bit of strategy with more varied troop types than EU4, but peace is boring and doing more map painting than all of the British Isles wasn't interesting me.

    2 votes
    1. [2]
      hungariantoast Link Parent
      So, I've never picked up a Paradox Interactive game before they've had time to mature with various DLC and update releases. From your edit, it sounds like the game is kind of boring and devoid of...

      So, I've never picked up a Paradox Interactive game before they've had time to mature with various DLC and update releases. From your edit, it sounds like the game is kind of boring and devoid of features, at least for peace-time gameplay. Do you think it's something they'll fix in the future?

      The main reason I ask is that I've found peace-time gameplay to be boring in all of their games I've played.

      Still, I love Vic II, HOI3, and EUIV. How does Imperator stack up? Do you think it'll be worth investing in?

      Because, with the amount of DLC Paradox products receive, it is an "investment" for me to get into one of their games. It's a policy which I'm on the fence about (and would make a great ~games topic).

      1. MimicSquid (edited ) Link Parent
        So I've played Paradox games for over 5k hours, and at this point I'm a little burned out on Paradox games, or if not burned out at least really tired of the micromanagement. Pretty much all of...

        So I've played Paradox games for over 5k hours, and at this point I'm a little burned out on Paradox games, or if not burned out at least really tired of the micromanagement. Pretty much all of their games are great when you're small and have one or two significant armies to manage and only a few cities/provinces/star systems to build in, and the enjoyment scales really poorly because there's not any significant (trustworthy) ability to hand the micro over to the AI.

        This is one area where Imperator does actually change things up a good bit. You can set general goals for army stacks and province (more or less like EU4 states) governors, and they'll handle the general things. I confess I didn't get a lot of peace time to see what it was like, but I:R has very limited province development with only 4 buildings (+ tax, + manpower, + fort level, +pop growth) so there's not a lot to be done there. You can manually convert pops to your religion or culture, but it's a one-click and it's done sort of thing, so I was able to control a one-religion one-culture British Isles within months of conquering the last of it. They've promised to change that up, but it may be a little while.

        There are peacetime events that have to do with the major characters in your country, and keeping the generals or tribal leaders that control the majority of your troops loyal is an extra level to manage. Pissing them off is the difference between a stable realm and a nasty civil war, so it's definitely an ongoing and important focus. If they go below 33.3% loyalty, they'll take their troops and bugger off home again, even if they were sieging down your wargoal at the time. It's an interesting addition, but (at least playing as a tribal)people are pretty unimportant beyond the heads of clans.

        It's a mixed bag. I'll try it some more and see how peace is to give it a fair shake. I stayed near 0 manpower in one long rush to take the British Isles, so I'll see how it is not fighting.

        Edit: Peace is really boring. Settling new lands is literally just moving a single pop to that unsettled city and suddenly you control the area despite the existing population. There's basically nothing to do as a tribe, and if you change to be a republic you do need to push and pull the different factions if you want to move your country in a particular direction, but it's much like the republic factions in EU4: you pay your points and the faction you want gains power. I'm sure it'll be more interesting in a few months/years, but if you already have EU4 and CK2, there's no reason to play this bare-bones hybrid.

        1 vote
  8. acdw Link
    I'm going to work Saturday but hopefully finish my homepage redesign (I've set a deadline for myself of May 1). I'm also teaching Sunday School and donating blood on Sunday! Woot.

    I'm going to work Saturday but hopefully finish my homepage redesign (I've set a deadline for myself of May 1). I'm also teaching Sunday School and donating blood on Sunday! Woot.

    2 votes
  9. euphoria066 Link
    I wanted to get a start on making some wooden forms for These cement raised planter boxes I want to make but now it's supposed to now and be like -10 degrees overnight on saturday! So that might...

    I wanted to get a start on making some wooden forms for These cement raised planter boxes I want to make but now it's supposed to now and be like -10 degrees overnight on saturday! So that might be too cold for my unheated workshop. Boo, Canada.

    Saturday is International Tabletop day I think so we are going to play Mage Knight ALL day, and then on Sunday I have book club which should be fun because I thought the book was pretty interesting (an excess male by maggie shen king) and a couple of the ladies have had babies since I've seen them last, so, new babies to meet!

    2 votes
  10. boredop Link
    Yesterday: Avengers Endgame (which was awesome.) Today: helped Harry Shearer do his weekly NPR show from WNYC (he's in town for a film festival). Next up: hauling ass to Brooklyn for the last...

    Yesterday: Avengers Endgame (which was awesome.)

    Today: helped Harry Shearer do his weekly NPR show from WNYC (he's in town for a film festival). Next up: hauling ass to Brooklyn for the last couple of hours of the WFMU Record Fair.

    As weekends go, this one isn't too bad!

    2 votes
  11. alyaza Link
    probably just going to sleep a bunch, now that i can actually do that and don't have to do a bunch of schoolwork on the weekends.

    probably just going to sleep a bunch, now that i can actually do that and don't have to do a bunch of schoolwork on the weekends.

    1 vote
  12. user2 Link
    My desktop stopped working. Hopefully it is just the power supply and nothing else. So, this weekend, I'll try to get used to using my shitty laptop for productive work. While doing that, I'll...

    My desktop stopped working. Hopefully it is just the power supply and nothing else. So, this weekend, I'll try to get used to using my shitty laptop for productive work. While doing that, I'll find out where to take my desktop..

    Oh, my printer also went bye-bye. I don't think I need a printer though, so I won't be buying a new one. Scans are sometimes needed, but I'll just take a picture with my smartphone.

    Other than that, I will continue reading a book on Wim Hof method. I will also try to meditate again, since I stopped for no good reason and I now feel bad for not doing it.

    1 vote
  13. gtwillwin Link
    I'll probably try to relax some but I really need to spend most of my time studying. Final exams are next week and I really can't do my normal thing and blow them off until the last second

    I'll probably try to relax some but I really need to spend most of my time studying. Final exams are next week and I really can't do my normal thing and blow them off until the last second

    1 vote
  14. eve Link
    My mom and I MIGHT be going out in her new camper but she just got released from the hospital from some minor issues in regards to her weight-loss surgery so I'm not sure what she'll want to do...

    My mom and I MIGHT be going out in her new camper but she just got released from the hospital from some minor issues in regards to her weight-loss surgery so I'm not sure what she'll want to do with that. Otherwise I'm gonna watch some movies with popcorn, write and draw and hopefully hang out with my friend and draw lol

    1 vote
  15. CrazyOtter Link
    I've been on holiday the past 2 weeks so this weekend is admin and various catch up tasks.

    I've been on holiday the past 2 weeks so this weekend is admin and various catch up tasks.

    1 vote