Linux people, I am hiring systems administrators! We work with scientific data, containers, big-ass tape libraries, supercomputers, and everything in between. We pay relocation, and you'd even get an actual honest-to-god pension.

careers.pnnl.gov/jobs/3186

keynote starting at Computex 2022 in just a few minutes for the late night nerds. Watching with the geeks because, why not.

youtube.com/watch?v=UdTGshQ0A_

Interestingly I'm trying out grub-customizer, but it only sees "Windows Boot Manager" and "UEFI Firmware Settings" as choices to re-order. If I can get the Fedora 36 entries to show, this should solve the issue for me.

itsfoss.com/customize-grub-lin

Yes I am being stubborn, I don't feel like doing a bunch of manual configs right now. :)

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This may be considered blasphemous to some, but really could use a better, GUI-based GRUB management tool. I've been dual boot experimenting for years, it's just never a great experience and juggling through current iterations is just irritating more than educating.

It also does not help that every kernel update drops an additional entry in the list, breaking the order-based booting I've been using to make the laptop "wife friendly" to always made Windows boot on startup.

Hey , does anyone here know of a beginning developer, in need, that could use a laptop gratis? I have a Starlabs Laptop IV that I don't use. Please boost for visibility.

I always enjoy Christina's take on current issues and cool little projects...
youtube.com/watch?v=2vBqe9UP9G

BTW, is also looking for an open source firmware engineer, if you know anyone who might be looking for a pretty cool job. jobs.lever.co/framework/4c33ea

Anyone who might have been curious about the laptop, they've just announced upgrades to the Intel 12th gen processors. This will be an interesting test for them. I bought the 11th gen model about a month ago (yeah, probably should have waited!) but if you've been thinking about it the 11th gen kits are discounted right now too! Very much enjoying it, and great Linux support so far.

frame.work/blog/introducing-th

Dear open source users,

If the author of your favorite open source app has announced they stopped developing and supporting the app (because they're frustrated and possibly burned out), please don't suggest they do more free work so that you can continue using the app.
Instead, consider thanking them for their past work and let them know that you enjoyed their app.

Regards,
another open source developer

My company is hiring for a #python focused Sr. Data Engineer, #Remote (US Timezones). We maintain an #OpenSource project that ingests legislation from all 50 states and help some very cool nonprofits advocate for change. We'll have more positions opening soon as well; would love to chat via DM!

boards.greenhouse.io/civiceagl

#FediHired #CivicData

Need more free COVID tests? USPS is now allowing a third round of requests with 8 tests included this time: special.usps.com/testkits

Thought this might be interesting to some of you all - a bit of a different reality check take on DevOps in trying times! May 17th and 18th -

"DevOpsDays Ukraine is a part of the global DevOpsDays family. This May we are running a virtual charity event to discuss DevOps during crisis, incident, and business continuity management and collect donations to support Ukrainians."

devopsdays.com.ua/

Be the glitch you want to see in the matrix.

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