Whelp, upgraded Funtoo server to 1.2 without any headaches. That’s a pleasant surprise.
Now, for a game I play far too often: stay awake during your layover after an overnight flight.
Three hours at the Frankfurt airport. Yay?
I don't think abbreviating CWs is a good idea. We may get what they mean in our existing community, but the shorthand isn't immediately obvious to newcomers. And, gosh, I'd love newcomers to really feel welcomed by and embrace CW culture.
spaghetti code: unstructured, monolithic
lasagna code: stacks with unintentionally repeated functionality
ravioli code: small, self-contained modules
rotini code: huge dependency trees
farfalle code: nice syntax & layout but hard to use
Ah yes, nothing like the feeling of that last minute tax filing.
And as always, bug reports, suggestions, and PR are always welcome.
For those of you interested in Riot.im and Matrix.org (federated chat rooms), but were intimidated by the server installation instructions, I made a thing for you over the weekend. It's a repo you can clone and configure to deploy via Nanobox to any cloud provider.
I still need to test whether the VOIP and what-not works correctly, but as far as chatting, federation, and bridging to other networks like Slack, etc. it's working.
Another #django gem I stumbled on this morning, "A comprehensive Django CBV guide" is exactly that: https://spapas.github.io/2018/03/19/comprehensive-django-cbv-guide/
We watched the first episode of the new Lost in Space last night. How did Netflix take such such a cheesy old property and make it so compelling? We were hooked.
The intro is blah, but the meat of it is excellent.
The Internet Apologizes …
Any position is okay; I've been out of the office for a while and I''d be happy doing just about anything as long as the income is stable.
Formal resume: https://github.com/joyeusenoelle/Resume
Please boost and share freely!
RT @ProtonMail@twitter.com: Privacy cannot exist without free/open software. This is why ProtonMail is Open Source! http://bit.ly/1hL77cJ
Netflix knows the truth. 😳
I got tired of remembering the cli magic tricks for getting pipenv packages into requirements.txt so I wrote this. https://gist.github.com/andrlik/ab163aa30327e8a046c2eed447e42787