@gray Ah cheers. Wow 😆
@stchris Most likely related to this https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/mac-users-unable-to-print-after-apple-revoked-hp-certificate/
I hate to ask, but here goes.
I've been looking a while and nothing with the right fit has come along. Work life balance is super important. If UK, happy to work completely in your timezone!
My site is https://rusingh.com and I'm happy to email you my CV/resume. Will start immediately once we're on the same page. 💯
@piggynet hm interesting, so Chromium is a snap? I see someone is using the debian buster deb successfully: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1204571/chromium-without-snap
@happybeing it's a different community, for sure. Your ideas are more likely to find ears and helping hands here and Twitter is generally more likely to be the everything-on-Github crowd.
@hund but that's what I'm discovering here as a well: a plain file with line-by-line entries. Maybe put an x in front of what's done. Works really well. I resist the urge to write some tooling around it :)
@hund connection times out. Really looking forward to reading that. I'm using a plain text file to keep track of all the little todos and it's been really good.
@piggynet Ubuntu LTS (without snaps) is the sweet spot for me. Well, Kubuntu actually since I prefer KDE nowadays
@ssafar glad to hear that!
Turns out relying even more on Python is fine, as long as there's no yaml. And this thing is _fast_
https://pyinfra.com/ is where it's at for me 👏
ansible, but not relying on Python or yaml
Yay currently surfing on the front page of http://lobste.rs 🦞https://lobste.rs/s/waupgh/have_you_considered_buying_used_hardware
Such a great community! Let me know if I know you and you want an invite.
I wrote about my positive experience buying used hardware for a job where I could have gotten new one: https://www.0chris.com/consider-buying-used.html
This is my go to article on the topic of responsibilities within a software dev team: http://blog.robbowley.net/2009/07/25/the-roles-and-responsibilities-of-a-software-team/ Anything similar out there I should read?
@pheonix it comes up often in comparisons. It needs to stop.
@urusan this is a terrible practice which needs to be discouraged