Update 11/2/22: I’m not liking nor using the “Garden” nor the wine metaphor for posts’ maturity. Pages instead of posts may work bettern for long term evolving kind of content. Here’s one I’m working on:

Content here is organized by its maturity. Once I’ve accumulated more content written in this fashion, I might organize using other categories, but I’m just getting started so we’ll see what happens.

So far, the “maturity” categories are:

๐Ÿท Wine

This is content that has stood the test of time and is likely to improve with age, but no guarantees, of course.

๐Ÿ‡ Grapes

These posts are likely to have something to offer for others besides me, but they aren’t in their final state.

๐ŸŒฑ Seedlings

These posts are in their infancy, and they might not make a lot of sense yet. They might be renamed or deleted, so be careful about linking to them.

๐ŸงŠ Frozen

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