"The Red Branch knights are gathered
For Ulster's honour at Baile's strand
Hither from across the waves
A young boy with a merry face
But armed as if for fighting
Came onto the shore
'Thou shall not land on Erin's soil',
Cuinaire cried out,
'Until thou hast revealed thy name!'"
Serious Infinity War Hot Take
It isn't that good a story if the heroes don't work together and then fail to stop a villain's diabolical plan. It turned the "big twist ending" into a "well no sh*t" moment for me. Better would be if the heroes *had* come together, *still* failed, and were forced into some serious character growth to defeat the villain.
I really want to like the movie but I guess I've gotta wait for part 2 and hope it isn't going to go the obvious route.
Finally added a Code of Conduct to the main go-fed repo:
It seems really sucky that victims would have to report me, to me. Is this normal?
It's been a little over a year of working on go-fed. It's been tough thinking about how best to put #ActivityPub on #golang. While v0 works and has had a few awesome adopters, I'm really looking forward to the next year and enabling go devs to build Federated apps. My wish list of things Id like to do:
- Release v1
- Get a better website up
- Advertise it to the Go community
- Get my blog federated
- Reexamine ForgeFed
- Play with the federated wiki idea
- Look at the federated fanfic doc again
Had a great time in Bellinzona yesterday. Swiss Italian side of the Alps is definitely beautiful. Only made it to 1 out of 3 castles. Also didn't know that it houses the Swiss top-level Federal court, so stumbling upon it was kind of neat. Got to go through Gotthard Railway Tunnel twice (Elon's tunneling is nothing compared to the Swiss lol).
Finishing Haidt's "Righteous Mind" book is really difficult. Because he is incredibly disingenuous and one-sided. I am only halfway through and he is arguing for group evolution and still refuses to address the elephant in the room: an 'H' event that resulted in the death of millions of people.
His over use of metaphor undermines his arguments. His chicken "group evolution" example is deceitful. Applying his own logic to himself leads to a tautological reduction, which he wouldn't believe in.
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