In the afternoon Esme and the children continued with the igloo
project. Later in the afternoon I helped out as well.
In the evening we managed to close the roof which was not an easy
task. Luckily I had found a large piece of frozen snow that we could
use as a kind of support for four more bricks. After that we filled up the
holes with powdery snow.
Haskell is, in my opinion, a far more well designed and coherent
some historical baggage. In many ways, it's a bleeding edge research
language that sometimes includes...half-baked features. Due to an
inconsistent set of rules around backwards compatibility, it will
sometimes break code every six months, and sometimes keep strange
decisions around for decades.