The petulant reactions from some of the Linux/open-source community over what Linus Torvalds himself said about his own dickish behaviour and that of the community writ large isn't surprising at all.
I expected It to happen. It serves as a reminder that no matter what you do and no matter what *they* tell you, they're unwilling to change and unreasonable to boot.
Linux/tech community (-)
The NPM folks can get a bit too granular in their modules: https://github.com/jonschlinkert/ansi-cyan
@thomasfuchs Also the Atari 1200XL: Coffee, cream, & chrome.
And TRS-80 Model 100, looked like The Future from 1960.
@thomasfuchs No list of computer aesthetics would be complete without the Pixar Image Computer.
Before Linus, there was Dijkstra. The norm of equating technically proficiency with hostile arrogance has been part of CS since the start. Sad thing is, there are devs out there who feel, deep down, that you lose technical merit when you go soft. It’s such an unhealthy mindset.
Programming is frustrating, but it is for all of us. Why add onto that frustration by berating your colleagues?
👏 to this. My wife, mother, and mother in law are all primary school teachers. And I can tell you: the “school teachers have it easy because they finish work at 3 and get 12 weeks holiday a year” line is so utterly ignorant, it’s laughable.
In light of Dave Sharma’s comments about teachers working 3/4 of a full time job, it seems timely to share these calculations I did about my workload in 2014. #auspol https://lindamciver.wordpre…
Linux (!) just joined Apple, Microsoft, and Google in adopting the code of conduct I created, Contributor Covenant.
Senior software developer. Used to be really smart.
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