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If you're doing any "fun" weekend projects for personal ops, and would like to share with the masses, is a great hashtag to follow and toot under.

Be as descriptive or vague as you like, who knows maybe you'll inspire someone else to explore the wild and wooly world of libreops - operations in the open.


- building a SBC powered home appliance
- Drudgery work like syncing backups
- Patching systems (you are patching them, aren't you?)
- poking a remote unit thats gone AWOL

Stray Gameplay and Release window trailer

Play as a stray cat in this upcoming title :blobpats:

Explicit Content Warning: NSFW 

My day has devolved into listening to Mac Miller and I have no regrets.

Mac Miller - Knock Knock

So far I'm loving the feedback on this subject. I kind of knew it would be subjective enough to personal experiences with a repo layouts and then there would be academic level analysis, all biased through the various experiences within.

This is one of those topics where I usually leave with more chin scratching than I began - but the perspectives! its growing my very narrow tunnel vision immensely, so thanks for that!

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So, while so many of the staff members are out this week, i'm taking the opportunity to train up interns and other junior devs with some semblance of "calmness" around the remote office.

So without any further context:

Whats the general consensus on Mono Repos 'round these parts?

We have a diverse git layout of repositories that are all inter-linked and the distributed nature of the config / app code / etc. is startling to these jr devs.

Is a monorepo a good fix?

Just as groovy as your grandmother warned you about

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Now i'm down this lowfi hip hop almost trip hop vibe

jammin to the discog of Hashfinger. Feels like some of Adult Swim's best hits right here.

"I wanna talk to him, try to talk some sense into him, but that kid is long gone, and this old man is all thats left"

I didn't know Fuschia fears was an actual thing...

Going Deepin on Fuchsia | LINUX Unplugged 412

Anyone else feeling this level of anxiety over Google's OS?

Farting around with new age workflow engine ArgoProj. Which is pretty interesting as a series of services that loosely couple together to build a distributed monolith.

the project has a lot of perks and is pretty well built - but land sakes the documentation is a hot pile, and often contradictory between the projects.

I'll chalk it up to evidence that projects still need those tech writing skills from contributors.

If you cross epic metal with doom metal do you get epic doom metal? 🤔

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