There has been a lot of discussion at CampHogg about how we might publish and get attribution and citation for code. There is the Astrophysics Source Code Library, which is definitely a step in the right direction, but I would like something that is as valuable as a refereed publication. In discussions over lunch today, Foreman-Mackey and I came up with a solution: We have been thinking about how to publish code but we should rather be thinking about how to code-ify publications. That is, we should think of each (relevant) publication as being a code release. That might work well with the current direction of our work, and certainly for Foreman-Mackey's dissertation work. Since we are tool-building, each science publication is backed up by releasable tools, for which those publications will serve as documentation and citation cows. I haven't really worked it all out yet, but this might work. Not much else got done today, except some writing for Mykytyn and some consulting with Ingyin Zaw (NYUAD) regarding maser galaxies.