Notes On Distributed Systems For Young Bloods - https://www.somethingsimilar.com/2013/01/14/notes-on-distributed-systems-for-young-bloods/
Let's talk about FOSS pitfalls for a bit.
A few days ago Redis Labs introduced Common Clause to some of add-on modules. The Common Clause adds additional restriction to their regular (IIRC, BSD) license: you can not sell it. Basically ending free usage by cloud providers.
In short: it's all about money. Redis Labs saw competition using their product and not paying for it. Not good.
The problem many saw is that Common Clause is technically not OSI compliant.
I wrote a post about how solving technical interop on the web needs to be coupled with "human" interop solutions: https://medium.com/@jorydotcom/the-meaning-of-interoperability-26e1c896a2d6
TFW you're in a DM with someone and they continually misspell your name that's displayed next to all your words.
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Reverse Engineering Cat Genie 120 #DRM http://www.davidhampgonsalves.com/reverse-engineering-cat-genie-120-drm/ These types of hacks are awesome!
Announcing Distillery 2.0 https://dockyard.com/blog/2018/08/23/announcing-distillery-2-0 #elixir
If you're a highly qualified software developer, but you're an asshole, you're not a highly qualified software developer.
The Ghostbusters are COPS. Do NOT call them.
Work with a local medium to open dialog with the spirits in your community.
Really heartened by the increasing number of people giving Mastodon a shot. GOOD
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It's been almost a year since my company didn't renew the lease on our office space and went totally remote. I enjoy the freedom of being able to work from wherever I want, but also sort of miss the moral structure and sense of community that having dedicated office space provides. We were never expected to work from there, but being able to see your co-workers on a regular basis and have spontaneous little chats is valuable and made me take the 45 minute drive more often than not.
I just realized I don't really have any toots that aren't links to neat things I've read, which probably makes my account look like a bot. I assure you I'm not a bot. We all know that bots wouldn't say this if it were untrue.
Mozilla files arguments against the FCC – latest step in fight to save net neutrality https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2018/08/20/mozilla-files-arguments-against-the-fcc-latest-step-in-fight-to-save-net-neutrality/
Wrote a thing on #linux #metrics with #collectd. Should be enough to get people started. https://blainsmith.com/articles/linux-system-metrics-with-collectd/
I just posted an article on algorithmically generating guitar chord fingerings using #Elixir. The fingering suggestions are *mostly* playable. Mostly... http://www.petecorey.com/blog/2018/08/13/algorithmically-fingering-guitar-chords-with-elixir/
Custom domains on GitHub Pages gain support for HTTPS https://blog.github.com/2018-05-01-github-pages-custom-domains-https/
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