open source entitlement meta, covid
'developers will have more time to work now' is a fascinatingly toxic take
I've seen it a few times now and the last one extremely pissed me off.
Especially in the larger projects, we're hobbyists, not all in tech, not all able to stay home.
There are healthcare workers in the projects you love, and peers who are worried for them. There are people looking after the ill at home.
Collaborative work needs all its members to thrive. Don't poke them with sticks.
This week has been a good New Music week with albums by:
And the video for the track “Children of Planet Earth” is amazing, too:
“Therefore, I will not consider other USB-C charger CPUs as candidates for taking me to the moon.” is not a sentence I expected to read this evening
#Wired news notifications continue to read better if you ignore the comma in between the two stories
[Note: This post is calling myself out. I sincerely and unironically am enjoying this album immensely]
I just won a round of #ButterRoyale without picking up a weapon or eliminating anyone…
(Technically the last person was running away from my melee attacks and ran into the storm, which did the final damage)
Played a lot of #ButterRoyale today (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/butter-royale/id1464623715)
The fediverse has rubbed off on me in unexpected ways: the 🍍 footprint-trail cosmetic was the first thing I unlocked
I appreciate the effort given by the localization team for #NeoCab. Reading this reminded me that I really want to get back into playing it.
I’ve been running low on #podcasts recently and was thinking of getting back into #audiobooks. I unsubscribed from Audible a few months back (to help avoid giving money to Amazon) and was thinking of maybe signing up for Kobo’s audiobook service (though dreading the number of trackers that might include)
DRM free, a portion of proceeds goes to local book shops, and a full catalogue… I’ll report back in a few