For some reason, every engineering organization eventually gets to the position where they decide to declare bug bankruptcy, mark every ticket as "wontfix" or "invalid' and ask people to re-open them if they're still active issues. At which point I get to lose time out of my day re-opening every ticket, because I would've closed it myself if it had been fixed... Gah!
Sent a patch upstream to #haproxy today (and found a segfault bug in master at the same time). I like contributing to OSS once in a while.
How do you handle coworkers exfiltrating customer data to unmanaged, unsecured third-party SaaS products? For a long time, I thought the best solution was to just try to provide IT-sanctioned first-party tools, but that appears to not work — any reasonably-sized employee base will want more tools than an IT team can possibly set up and manage.
https://blog.chromium.org/2020/01/moving-forward-from-chrome-apps.html lol hope nobody built their business on #Chrome or intended for #ChromeOS to exist past 2021.
Spent the last few days in Austin and wrote up largely uninformed impressions at https://www.roguelazer.com/2020/01/2020-austin-tx/
Just had #iOS audio get stuck in ducked mode after I swiped away a notification before its sound effect had finished playing. That's an annoying bug.
Ugh #python 3.7.6 breaks `urlparse`: https://www.roguelazer.com/2020/01/surprising-change-in-python-376/
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