Foreman-Mackey and I discussed the referee report for the emcee paper (which we submitted to PASP at the beginning of the month). We want to make a few additional changes, including citing all the people who are using it. I was pleased to learn that in its first 11 months on the arXiv, the emcee paper got 25 citations! And those are citations of an unrefereed paper! It was for these general reasons that Rix had insisted that we submit it to a refereed journal.
Foreman-Mackey is also under the gun to finish the Bart paper, in which we deliver ultra-fast MCMC sampling for exoplanet transit lightcurves. We discussed parameterizations of the celestial mechanics problem, as we so often do. It's not trivial.
Late in the day, I wrote words in my document that justifies the Long-Term Discounted Free Cash Flow as the basis for all decision making, even in statistical inference.