That update link goes to Growstuff, an awesome open-source project I'm involved with. We're aiming to build a platform to track, discuss, and learn about edible gardening. A kind of Ravelry for gardeners, if you're a knitter/crocheter and therefore aware of Ravelry.
I've tried many different ways of tracking my gardening over the years, and none of them have worked particularly well. I'm really hopeful that Growstuff will turn into a solution to this. In particular I want to see an Android app so I can add things from my phone while sitting at the kitchen table with a cup of tea after a bit of planting or weeding or harvesting. It's massively early days yet, but it's a fun project to work on, and it's visibly improving every development cycle. This morning I worked with pozorvlak on adding multiple gardens -- so (once it's accepted and pushed to the dev site) that will be working. I'm still feeling thrilled about Doing A Thing that is a visible step towards a properly usable site.
If you're interested, we're actively looking for developers. We're doing pair-programming, so if you have limited or no experience, you can pair up (remotely or in person) with someone. You don't need much time -- I worked on the gardens thing with 2 x 1 hr sessions, because that's all I have right now. If you're not interested in coding, non-coders are also very welcome to help work out what wants to be on the site (you could start by joining the mailing list).
Now I want to go out and do some gardening. Shame it's pitch dark and cold out there. My peas, broad beans, and winter lettuce are all coming along nicely, though. Alongside that apple (and some bread and hummous), we had a small garden salad, which, in midwinter, is pleasing.
The nights have nearly done drawing in. Roll on spring. Hopefully by March I'll be tracking my spring plantings on Growstuff.
* It actually grew more, but I broke off all but two so as not to overload it in its early years -- it was planted as a 3yo tree last winter so I thought it could handle a couple of apples, unlike a maiden.