because of https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues/8664#issuecomment-666758247 and the recommendation "you can use the --no-deps option to skip the dependency discovery part entirely" ....
No, I don't need your metadata
No, I'm already satisfied
No, I got my requirements listed
So that pip knows what to find
No, I don't want no deps
A dep is a file that won't get nowhere with me
Makin' the resolving slow and performance blow
Even in Python Three
[the filk reflex does not always help me write professional copy]
Early on in the pandemic I wondered how much the spread of other infections diseases would drop due to changes in hygiene.
Early answer is, "By an order of magnitude."
Earth has blue skies and red sunsets. Mars has red skies and blue sunsets.
The sky on Earth is blue because gas molecules reflect blue light. Earth sunsets look red because all the blue light has already been filtered out.
The sky on Mars is red because dust particles reflect red light. Martian sunsets look blue because all the red light has already been filtered out.
Two planets. Opposite skies.
AAAAAA Leonard Richardson has a new novel!!!! How can I survive until it's out?
Wallowing in the mopecore of Through the Trees eg https://open.spotify.com/track/25B19q6bySJOvbEs9fZWoo?si=2Iyjhir5Qvu5bfDd-27ksw
Optimizing an organization for competent beginners isn't about designing for the lowest common denominator.
It's about designing for the greatest collective accelerator.
The broader set of effective contributors, the better product/market fit.
Elitism leads to over-optimization of momentary-performance over perpetual performance.
Perpetual performance answers the question of "how do we make sustainable improvements to the operating model for this product or service far into the future?"
most of the people #onhere showed up at some point thinkin this website was gonna be like twitter. when new folks show up it's important to give them time and space to unlearn that, imo.
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.