Enjoying outdoor mornings. I've had my Dad visiting and we had two nice breakfasts out with coffee and pastries this week. Getting outside to start the day with a walk has been really refreshing.
Do what browsers do. I've been working on an OPA feature to support reusing cached bundles. I really enjoyed reading the Mozilla docs on HTTP Caching, they're clear and easy to follow. I enjoyed the design parallels with web browsers.
Badminton courts are hard to come by. I try to play once a week with some friends. Courts are only released daily at 10pm one week before, so everyone knows this and the site crashes creating a panicky checkout process for all involved. You've just got to hope no one is going for your court - except they probably are.
Activating crunch mode - I had a talk accepted for Cloud Native London at the same time as the event being moved forward to Wednesday next week. I have some OPA and SPIFFE related preparation to be doing...
Mastodon & Ivory. I continue to enjoy the Mastodon bubble and the Ivory UX. Being able to follow the
#OPA hashtag has led to some good discussions this week, it's a feature I like a lot.
Burgess Parkrun is for B. We've decided to make an attempt at doing the 'Parkrun Alphabet' where one runs a in 26 different events, each starting with a different letter of the alphabet. Ally Pally is close, but hilly!
Running without turning back. I devised an on-the-fly 15km running route in Hampstead Heath which I was very pleased with.
'The Shelves' are up. I have been preparing to 'put some shelves up' for months and it's finally happened this weekend. I did it all myself too, with the help of many YouTube videos and the owner of the local DIY store. I felt an overwhelming sense of pride when they were finally installed, loaded with books and a pretty plant.