Thoughts after 10 Days of #100DaysToOffload.
This is post 011 though.
Right. Been sitting on this for far too long.
I offer for your perusal a critique, of sorts, of a laudable movement, but one which I now believe to be both target blind and exclusionary, and that, as a consequence, I don’t want to devote any more of my time to it.
If there is one mistake I've made on my tech journey these past few years, particularly after a career in WordPress, it is to assume that free software communities are "better" than other software. The amount of toxicity and exclusion I've seen in FOSS often far surpasses even the worst corporate players.
We’re out there 10 minutes - just enough time to get enough dirt off the cars to have to finish the entire job otherwise they will look ridiculous- and the boys complain they’re cold.
Mum brings them in for warm drinks and so I’m stuck outside cleaning them (and freezing) on my own.
I hate my life.
They give you time to unpack and inspect the other parts, assemble them with all necessary attentiveness and coffee breaks, double-check connections, position cables neatly, clean the case, tidy up the workspace and prepare for the great moment when the final part comes in.
This will be the most beautiful machine you ever built.
Don't forget to fill the fridge with enough beer to celebrate.
Developing an official iOS app for Mastodon
@tootapp there seems to be a bug where the little DM bubbles don’t disappear and actually lock up the entire app when opened.
I knew Disqus was bad*
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