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Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
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Where did the Bank Holiday go?

Where did the Bank Holiday go? You'll have seen my comments about the model railway exhibition that was so good that I visited on 2 days; it must be 25 years since I was involved with any modelling and it was wonderful to see the sort of thing that's available these days and being done. A pleasure too to talk with enthusiasts, but I'm not tempted to get deeply involved in a hobby that I've not got the dexterity to do a good job, nor the time. "600 manhours" one exhibitor told me about a small part of his project, and others talked of a choice between the wife and the trains (from which, clearly, the trains had won). Instead, I'll plough a smaller number of hours into continuing with the 1:1 scale (full size!) train issues.

A wet Sunday morning saw me having a look around at the new Spencer's Gate development - with specific reference to the protected route / road to the railway stations. See here for pictures. That page needs maps / diagrams adding in!

Over the past year or so, we've added lots of course demonstrations here on our main web site so that people can try out our code, linking down from individual modules. The search engines have kindly indexed these pages which means, alas, that visitors sometimes arrive at a demonstration's output without links to tell them where to find out more. I've added a "wrapper" around the demonstrations now so that you'll be linked back to the source code and other similar examples - see (for example) our how different are two words? demo. And I've tidied up the demo index page too.

Further little changes include an update to the Melksham Resources Index, to the clock page and to the site search algorithm to give more weight to pages that include the search term in the title or page name.

Ah - having written this, I do feel that I've achieved something over the wet bank holiday ;-).
(written 2007-05-29)

 
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Z212 - Public Holidays and festivals
  [30] Bank Holiday - (2004-08-27)
  [35] Autumn arrives right on time - (2004-09-01)
  [131] Thanksgiving dinner - (2004-11-26)
  [429] Charlie on Monday - (2005-08-30)
  [637] Carnival - (2006-03-07)
  [1269] Party in the Park - review - (2007-07-17)
  [1540] Chinese New Year - (2008-02-15)
  [1631] Looking back through some photos - (2008-05-04)
  [1770] 3 hours from Milton Keynes - (2008-08-24)
  [2297] Standing on the corner, Melksham Carnival - (2009-07-19)
  [2298] Melksham Carnival Parade - the people - (2009-07-19)
  [2498] Remembrance Sunday 2009, Melksham - (2009-11-08)
  [2656] Melksham Carnival - (2010-02-28)
  [2671] Melksham - Carnival, Party in the Park, and Spot the Oddity - (2010-03-11)
  [2875] A long day in Melksham ... - (2010-07-17)
  [3062] Melksham Carnival - getting ready for 2011 - (2010-11-20)
  [3191] Date of the Census (which month and day?) - (2011-03-03)
  [3207] Lambing at Lackham - (2011-03-19)
  [3360] Melksham Carnival, 2011 - pictures - (2011-07-17)
  [3513] Olympic Torch - dates and places in Wiltshire in 2012 - (2011-11-08)
  [4120] American Circus in Melksham - (2013-06-22)
  [4140] Riots in Melksham - (2013-07-13)
  [4141] My pictures of Melksham Carnival, 13th July 2013 - (2013-07-14)
  [4287] TransWilts CRP - walking in Melksham Carnival - (2014-07-13)


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