Weekly Report for the week beginning in 2013-09-02Monday, Sep 9, 2013
Priorities were put aside, mostly due to the trip to Cali and the Board meeting at the end of the week. The unresolved issues at work have started to bother me deeply, since I see no progress being made and the pressure increases. I moved some of these tasks pre-emptively to next week’s agenda.
Progress was made on interesting subjects, like the research of Static Site Generators in node.js, which will help move forward the B. side project.
I paid my taxes, and managed to replace the lenses, due to the damage made to the glasses.
Stress due to the trip and the pending issues caused some marital strife; even though things are mostly patched, next week will be one of absence, due to S’ interesting international trip, a great career-advancing move.
The trip and meeting at the end of the week affected sleep hyigiene, which has failed to improve for the second week in a row.
Summary of tasks for the week
- [.] Move Quality Procedures to Drupal #723eaa16
- [O] Send and publish data protection law message #64457fc1
- [o] Install Bonsai site generator #2b74ae56
- [o] Administer Biera’s account in GoDaddy #0df23ff5
- [.] Review data sent by building administration #1ee6a1ef
- [o] Move all locally stored passwords to encrypted vimwiki #21f6bfd9
Much less sleep than the other weeks (and at worse times), which could be a reason for the irritability; time dedicated to work shot up in preparation for the board meeting, as expected. Browsing aimlessly online seems to have diminished, probably after having realized the large swaths of time I’d been devoting to just keeping up with the flow of information.
Some advance in long-standing issues related to the sales comission programs were found, and I expect next week to hammer the details I need to correct.
Wok trip at the end of the week, and for half of the next, and then I’ll have the house to myself because of S’ conference trip.
The focus next week will be getting those details from work projects, and finishing the previous tasks.