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Version pinning is always a difficult line to walk - you don't want things to change when you're not expecting them to (such as here) but you also don't want to be pinned to really old versions of software, as that increases risk

Recommended read: Choose Your Docker Base Image Wisely https://www.innoq.com/en/blog/choose-your-docker-base-image-wisely/

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Another reason folks should be part of the IndieWeb, not only owning your data but getting better SEO!

https://indieweb.org/why

Recommended read: Self-hosted site outranking Medium Publication https://www.indiehackers.com/product/prototypr-io/self-hosted-site-outranking-medium-publication--LuqyKHQ9gno3JFsyoXc

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Slyvia has some amazing artwork in general, but also has some really beautiful representations of each of the Ubuntu distributions' namesakes.

Recommended read: Slyvia Ritter's Gallery https://www.sylvia-ritter.com/new-gallery/

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Definitely yes to this! I've also proposed how we can do this using Microformats2 in https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/04/10/pronouns-microformats/

Recommended read: Pronouns in the Bio https://gregorlove.com/2019/11/pronouns-in-the-bio/

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An interesting read, but I would personally say to stick to the language-specific process. Ie Rakefiles for Ruby, a task in your build.gradle or npm run deps as it'll handle things nicer in a language / stack you're more familiar in, although I totally see why you'd want a language-agnostic interace

Recommended read: The Language Agnostic, All-Purpose, Incredible, Makefile https://blog.mindlessness.life/2019/11/17/the-language-agnostic-all-purpose-incredible-makefile.html