This #Pride month, remember that LGBT stands for Let's Go Beyond Theory!
What actions will you be taking to smash white supremacist cisheteropatriarchy, capitalism, ableism, and settler colonialism?
Please be considerate to yourself, your family and others and wear a mask.
We’re in the worst infection surge here in the US since last December.
You can get Long COVID and potential life-long disability even if you’re vaccinated and boosted and experience no symptoms during acute COVID. Multiple COVID infections, according to latest research, make Long COVID more likely and worsen outcomes.
I don’t know how to get that into people’s skulls, but we’re not “living with COVID”.
Saw a tweet about “a new generation of engineers” not knowing how things really work due to an over-reliance on cloud services(🤬). As someone who has really only ever worked with cloud hosted stacks now, and spent a huge portion of my career working with analogue audio equipment before that, this is a horribly incorrect statement. “How things work” changes constantly. Learning and teaching are the skills we need more of, TCP handshakes can come later.
> The forgotten benefits of “low tech” user interfaces
Here is what we are removing. (step 1)
Here is what you should do about it.
I saw the tweets. I read the blogs. I heard the news.
Nowhere did anyone call out that the Kubelet was breaking and that all the systemd packages were all hard coding breaking flags.
We deprecate shit all the time. This isn't a deprecation. This is an irreversible breaking scope reduction of the entire project.
I am not mad at the docs team, I am mad at architecture for letting this happen this way.
Additionally we shouldn't have broken the fucking kubelet without giving folks a path forward.
Its one thing to deprecate a feature. Its another thing to remove functionality and leave the operate broken in their tracks with nothing to do.
I feel bad being as judgmental as I was on Twitter. However I was mostly venting. I am not attempting to blame anyone, or imply anyone's work is inadequate.
The problem is the we have multi billion dollar corporations neglecting open source projects and the community is slapped together with a handful of burnt out volunteers while CEOs smoke cigars in private jets.
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