7 things you can do with Ansible right now red.ht/362lHcf via @opensourceway

I straight up took a mental health day today because the weekend was challenging. I woke up this morning and just couldn't so I spent a day of PTO with no regrets. I feel so much better now and am genuinely ready to take on the week starting tomorrow. ❤️

OH:

"Hindsight is supposed to be good, right?

.....

but hindsight is 2020

.....

I'll show myself out"

If you're a senior member of your team, no matter what your profession, you have a responsibility to lift up the junior members, mentor them, recognize their successes, and help them grow in whatever way aligns with their goals.

Be a team member you'd want to work with. ❤️

I fear for the future of Firefox and the web. I think about this a lot. I donate to Mozilla but I've stopped using Firefox in the meantime because it's just not doing what I need it to. We're moving towards Chromium being IE6 all over again.

I have feelings about all of this. 😐

@daniel @Citizenzibb there's an unfortunate amount of truth in y'all's replies ... ☹️

Can we talk about how Electron doesn't support Wayland so when you fractionally scale on a HiDPI monitor, every app written in that stack looks like fuzzy garbage? I know it's Chromium's fault, but also like ... they hitched their wagon to that cart so ...
xkcd.com/2347/

@ehashman I love the tablet form factor. I think the Surface Pro line is great hardware and if they worked with full upstream kernel support and fwupd I'd own one already.

@daniel yes! I think that would be ideal. I've decided that what I want is basically a Surface Pro style device with great Linux (and fwupd) support. Sadly these things do not, and likely will never, exist.

I sometimes ponder throwing away my idea of what a computer is and trying to live exclusively off a tablet, docking station, and VM. I fear this would be a waste of time, ending like my Chromebook experiment did with the realization that those devices are great but aren't for me.

“To be, or not to be,” vulnerable… How customers and partners can understand and track Red Hat security vulnerabilities redhat.com/en/blog/how-custome

I'm starting to get phantom phone vibrations in the pocket where my phone isn't. This is concerning me on so many levels.

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