We were going to do a pool on when we'd actually get the site up, but we got distracted by breakfast. It's really a shame, I like the idea of getting some pleasure out of all of this.
Our CEO brought his kids in. I asked him if it was the backup shift for B team. I told him I had empty heads that hadn't been backfilled for the last six months and I'd take whatever I could get. He said the 2 year old was a great UI tester. I also told him that EVERYONE in my group was already in and there were no backups to be called. This seemed to trouble him.
Ah, off he goes. It's really a shame as I could have used an extra hand to run automation. Maybe the CTO can take on the B shift quarterback position - dev or test, I'll take anything.