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 =)
#10yrsago Judge orders woman to keep her SubGenius books under lock and key https://boingboing.net/2009/10/09/judge-orders-woman-t-1.html
even though things have gotten quite heated about the issues with Stallman, i am glad to see this response from the GNU maintainers.
i am just reading about Collapse OS, an operating system designed for after the apocalypse.
i like the idea, but i also kinda wonder about becoming the tech shaman of a post apocalyptic tribe of thunderdome worshipping loonies.
i don't know, the jury is still out on that career move XD
coreboot is an open source firmware alternative which aims to replace your standard BIOS or UEFI. The overall philosophy of coreboot is: Do as much as needed, then jump straight payload. But wait.. what actually is your firmware good for? And what is a payload? Let”s do a short recap before we jump straight into coreboot.
A new edition of the book Modern C is now available under a CC license at http://modernc.gforge.inria.fr/
if you are a PPC contractor available now/soon and potentially in/around Brighton UK, I know someone who is looking now.
Hit me up and I put you in touch with this person somehow.
need some live poetry in your life?
here is a Kate Tempest performance that a friend shared with me
some of my thoughts about container workflows on linux with buildah and podman
just updated my blog domain name, https://notes.elmiko.dev
@elmiko Now my goal is if we can build an even better cooperative mmorpg... but also on top of FOSS :)
i've been thinking a lot recently about the idea of virtual conferences. i know this isn't a new idea, but i'm wondering how popular it might be to host a virtual conference where all the content is created as videos beforehand, those videos are then released as part of a schedule during the conference with time for some form of q&a with the presenter after each one.
anybody got good links to virtual conference stuff?
how might i gauge interest in a virtual conf peertube instance?
open source roustabout and world music lover
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