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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    Morning denizens

    Grey again, but showers instead of continuous rain, which I suppose could be regarded as an improvement



    Bummer <- manly
    There's worse ways to go.

    In with the hoi polloi at the 2nd attempt, at the first attempt the room was full.

    Probly doleys busily doing their application quota for the week.
    When the fun stops, STOP.

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    having visited a local hospital for xray, i popped in the caff on the way back for a bacon and egg roll.

    with HP.
    and a little salt.

    very nice too.
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    Lunch was olives, grapes, fruit, nuts.

    And not grapenuts.....

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    Found a couple of slightly stale croissants I'd forgotten about in the bread bin. Only a few days out of date, so a quick blast in the oven and some raspberry jam turned them into a perfectly acceptable breakfast

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    You can make a nice bread pudding out of stale croissants.

    My lunch today is spinach and feta pie, mustard mash and roasted carrots from the office canteen. They do half portions so it's not of a size that will put me in a food coma and only costs £2.16. Bargain

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    You can make a nice bread pudding out of stale croissants.

    My lunch today is spinach and feta pie, mustard mash and roasted carrots from the office canteen. They do half portions so it's not of a size that will put me in a food coma and only costs £2.16. Bargain
    not the IR35 canteen??

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    Fish chips and mushy peas from the canteen and very nice it was too..

    think this afternoon will mainly consist of trying not to fall asleep

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    Got sunny out there a few minutes ago

    Back to normal now though

    I've just created 29 separate issues on GitHub for this project. But they're just "Discussion about {thing}" with a link to {thing}, while {thing} itself includes a "Discuss this" link back to the issue, creating something of a chicken and egg problem.

    But I knocked together a quick Django app to make it easier to edit this stuff without getting lost in a humongous document, so I just created the issues, added their numbers to the {thing}s in the database, regenerated the HTML and committed it. The only difference in the markup is the GitHub issue numbers appearing in the former placeholder links, so once the pull request is merged, it'll all tie together

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    Got sunny out there a few minutes ago

    Back to normal now though

    I've just created 29 separate issues on GitHub for this project. But they're just "Discussion about {thing}" with a link to {thing}, while {thing} itself includes a "Discuss this" link back to the issue, creating something of a chicken and egg problem.

    But I knocked together a quick Django app to make it easier to edit this stuff without getting lost in a humongous document, so I just created the issues, added their numbers to the {thing}s in the database, regenerated the HTML and committed it. The only difference in the markup is the GitHub issue numbers appearing in the former placeholder links, so once the pull request is merged, it'll all tie together
    like the weegie dictionary entry for bampot - see balloon
    balloon - see eejit
    eejit - see bampot.

    as for django, i take it its nowt to do with menneer reinhardt ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    as for django, i take it its nowt to do with menneer reinhardt ??
    It's named after him, because one of the creators is a fan: Django (web framework) - Wikipedia

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