I said love is a framework of action. Someone gave me this article stating how poetry is praxis for that framework. How brilliant!
(The example referred to in it is at https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1524839921996263 )
Exploring a framework of love (instead of power) to lead a useful life.
I have spent countless hours thinking about and arguing in this debate between free software and open source. I've finally reached at an answer.
I went to the medico friend circle meeting yesterday in the MiniDebConf India T-shirt. Two people started a conversation with me about how they love #debian. MFC might start a mastodon instance too. I love it when people start seeing that all of our struggles are but one struggle.
Frappe is a popular, open-source, low-code web framework from India. It works like magic. But I don't like magic. So I looked at the source code.
Howdy, fellow #Debian Developer mentors. I am suddenly in the position of helping an enthusiastic newcomer learn all about maintaining a Debian package.
What can I read, to help me not make so many mistakes nurturing their precious enthusiasm and teaching them well, as they struggle through the mass of learning and experimenting and critique of work?
Michael is also working on the same project with Israel.
This will allow yarn to consider apt installed node modules to satisfy dependencies when matching versions are available. Rubygems and bundler do this already for ruby dependencies.
Number of things involved is high:
- ruby, rails
Updated my PR on #loomio with Robert Guthrie's help.
This is to show the existing profile picture as an option when changing profile picture.
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!