Contributing to free software requires privilege. Even regular contributors might sometimes find themselves without it.
Time, focus and money. You might find yourself lacking in one of these at various points in your life.
While software projects from startups move like streams, most free software projects move like glaciers. They move slowly but they keep moving for decades.
Being away from a project doesn't mean you have to give it up. You can join back later.
I actually hate how k8s is just "accepted" as the solution for container orchestration. Like it's not the only way but even in some providers' interface, they alias "Cluster" with it.
I really sometimes just hate how four companies can dictate what the world uses. And people go with it without thinking because it's a form of job security
Made a bunch of these little seedling starter pots out of toilet roll tubes. Going to give the idea a try with some simple herb seeds https://www.instructables.com/Biodegradable-toilet-paper-roll-pots/
I think it's time for a new chain 😬. #cargobike
Wow this is one of the most interesting things I've read in a long time. https://email@example.com/dependency-confusion-4a5d60fec610
Dependency Confusion as a vulnerability to repos that use NPM, RubyGems, & PyPI.
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