software hacker who loves diving into code and creating way too many side projects. day job is writing open source software, mainly for cloud infrastructure projects.
on a personal level, i love music, listening to and making. some of my absolute favs: grateful dead, frank zappa, phish. i also do a fair bit of online gaming.
i'm exploring mastodon as my social media journey continues. i really dig the social and technological implications of mastodon and want to join the community =)
whenever i'm posting on an issue tracker for some open source software maintained by volunteers i feel really like. i dunno. i don't like to put lots of pleasantries because i never see that. but i keep wanting to say "thank you so much for your help!" etc. but i don't ever see anyone else write like that. maybe it's a macho culture thing? like if someone's taking their time to fix some bug just to help me i really wanna thank them. but maybe it's inappropriate? why don't people do it more often
An introduction to crun, a fast and low-memory footprint container runtime
found this groovy collection of fan made guitar tablature for Phish. only credit i can find is reddit user everyone_is_human (wherever you are, thanks for doing this!)
"#SUSE to acquire #Rancher Labs a leader in #Kubernetes management, and will become world's largest independent organization exclusively dedicated to powering digital transformation with #opensource and cloud native solutions"
Free accessibility tips from my wife, a professional UX designer who does a lot of accessibility work:
1. Keep your image descriptions short, simple, and descriptive. Try to limit it to a single tweet-length.
2. Don’t do both alt-text AND a visible image description. This will result in screenreaders reading your caption twice.
3. Use camel case in your hashtags.
@ManyAngled i feel like this directed graph of /ninety nine bottles of beer on the wall/ is right up your alley XD
Magic the Gathering, racism
@kyzh did you happen to see this?
a little experiment i am hacking on, blog post to come soon but might as well share for now =)
saw this on Warren Ellis' blog (which i highly recommend), someone is archiving all the of Peel Sessions that were broadcast on the BBC. if you enjoy music, here is a great list of free live recordings to enjoy. happy friday all =)
open source roustabout and world music lover
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