I figured out how to add a post to my blog.
Dramatic Architecture, Lyubov Popova c.1918
@brejoc IPython/Jupyter is nice.
And here's where many of us here, including me, differ from Apple:
"We agree with Apple that security is at the heart of all data privacy and privacy rights. Where we disagree is in who holds the keys. Your data isn’t truly private or secure, if someone else holds the keys."
[Me, sobbing] You can't just call whatever you see a file, Linux.
[Linux, points at hard drive] /dev/sda
[Me] Please, no
[Linux, points at controller] /dev/input/js0
[Linux, points at the ever present void, just at the edge of our vision that we all try so hard to ignore] /̵͉͒̈d̸͍̙̯́͝e̶͔͗v̷͒̏̚͜/̸̺̝͆ṅ̸̫u̴̟̓̍͘l̶̦̣̃̃͝l̷͚̩̋
just like how America's greatest culinary contribution is popularizing ice water (this is also a compliment, ice water is awesome, get with it Europe)
@somarasu Yo, literally. The biggest fear of white men is competition, especially in the tech game.
A lot of these cats don't want better communities and better software. They get into it because they believe they can create something they can control with less effort than working there way up in their respective careers.
And when they're called on it, they meltdown when they realize that yes, OSS is going to take work too and not just the code aspect.
The thing you have to keep in mind about the tech field is that white guys are invested in running out every other social group when it comes to that field because that is the only way they can maintain their 'dominance' of it.
This is the objective context of working in technology. If a dude isn't actively fighting against this context, he is enabling it.
Either you're for more diversity in the field or not. There is no middle ground.
@Taweret I've always explained it to myself with a theory that replicators are a very expensive and inefficient way to produce things. They are used on starships out of necessity, but people outside of Starfleet generally have to produce and transport things the old-fashioned way.
Senior software developer. Used to be really smart.
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