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.
If you work with remote colleagues: check up on them semi-regularly.
It's easy to fall into a pattern of feeling that your work isn't helping anyone, or providing value.
#3 Atari 800 (1979)
An extremely pleasingly friendly yet futuristic design. Those yellow keys!
@thomasfuchs No list of computer aesthetics would be complete without the Pixar Image Computer.
👏 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.
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!