@xj9 yo. My friend Vitak is going to message you somehow. She's the raddest. She's writing an article about the resurgence of old tech and I think you two would get along. She's a mega-do'er.
Tons of interesting things on this page, which @email@example.com among others would love.
I did a little writing about things I'm looking for in my next job. Perhaps you know of someone hiring? I'm interested in the confluence of ops and software engineering. My primary criteria are:
- I feel good about the thing I'm working on.
- I don't have to move.
Or if you're not on gemini: https://proxy.vulpes.one/gemini/sunshinegardens.org/~abrahms/gemlog/things-i-hope-to-find-in-a-job.gmi
Apparently this super key problem (comes through as two different japanese grouping keys) is a known issue for some folks.
How do you draw the line between things you do on mobile versus on your computer? I'd love to hear your thoughts.
I've written down some steps to get started hacking on sr.ht. Feedback appreciated.
I spent a bit of time around the fringes of my evening attempting to solve a small CSRF-like defect with https://sr.ht. Unfortunately, the mechanism of installation is pretty foreign to me, even as a python developer.
Off to the mailing list we go!
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I spent probably an hour debugging why I couldn't send email from emacs but could do it via CLI. Turns out, I had the port wrong for SMTP. :-/
Oh well. Problem fixed. Now to play w/ sending git patches via mail via https://git-send-email.io/
"Writing design docs is overhead. The decision whether to write a design doc comes down to the core trade-off of deciding whether the benefits [...] outweigh the extra work of creating the doc. At the center of that decision lies whether the solution to the design problem is ambiguous–because of problem complexity or solution complexity, or both. If it is not, then there is little value in going through the process of writing a doc."
I like emacs, open source and have complicated feelings with the GNU project.
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