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Sorry the tag didn't work properly the first time Daryl Cecile and Project Function

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Because https://www.jvt.me/posts/2020/09/01/against-online-tooling/ I've got a utility called unpack which unpacks/pretty-prints things like JSON, JWTs, Base64 etc. Then I use pu which is a platform agnostic way of piping clipboard into unpack

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I've been asked about not posting the full content on the feed as all my content has made the consumer hit size limits on their feed reader πŸ˜‚

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Many people I know find it exclusive, even when it's clearly not meant that way, but still doesn't sound great ie "well done to the guys in that team". Even if you and your team treat it as a gender-neutral term, it's not gonna be seen the way outside of your group so it's always better to avoid it

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https://www.jvt.me/posts/2017/06/25/blogumentation/ is pretty popular at the moment, and drives the reasoning behind most of the content of my blog πŸ₯³

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https://commentpara.de/ is a service for anonymous replies to things, but otherwise there'd need to be something set up i.e. for your mum to use, such as https://micro.blog or one of the other hosted IndieWeb platforms

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Why would they announce this the weekend I've learned how to do stuff with Lambda@Edge?!

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I use #Zoho and like it, but I've not ever looked into the politics side of the company, so may not be a good choice

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+1 on this - by all means share out after its on your own site, but having the ownership is the ideal πŸ‘πŸ½

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Google Drive viewer on Android says the file's an invalid format? πŸ€”

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Really appreciate the reply, Tom! Looks like I found a solution (that I'm just writing up in a blog post) which I can also raise as a PR to the docs, as it's a common search on Google it seems πŸ˜…

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So sorry to hear this Ana, thank you for sharing β™₯

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Telling people they can't bring it to work arguably means people can't talk about being trans or gay, because there are still people out there who feel very strongly against those things. In the US, talking about not being able to go to hospital because of the way health insurance works is something that would also be excluded if you don't wanna talk anything sociopolitical

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I remember being at our work Christmas party when the general election results came out, and that was not a fun evening for some of my colleagues, learning how the people they work with daily are voting for policies that actively want to exclude them. Was a pretty awful night and showed that politics at work isn't good always, but it's probably better than not knowing at all πŸ˜…

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You may wanna avoid certain scenes in the awesome #ThunderForce then πŸ˜…

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Oh awesome thanks for letting me know ☺ it's causing no end of benefits for me, and from the analytics on my blog, quite a few other people too!

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I spent most of last night searching online for how to traverse a graph cause I couldn't remember from my expensive degree πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ seems like a bit of a waste of money

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But either way, https://www.jvt.me/posts/2021/04/18/chef-dependency-graph/ was fun to make to programatically determine the dependency graph for a given cookbook - I'll look at whether I can simplify what needs to be uploaded compared to berks upload

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I blog so much more as a form of documentation (https://www.jvt.me/posts/2017/06/25/blogumentation/) compared to non-blogumentation posts, cause it's a great way of remembering how I did a thing, and I don't even need to wait for someone to ask me!

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Why not onto hollybrockwell.com? Then folks looking for your writing get to read it straight on your site and you can link out to the I.e. Gizmodo articles. Would 100% recommend your own site, especially as you've got one!

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If it helps the ending is so lovely and 🧑 that I didn't mind it ending as much

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I dislike working at a big company like this too πŸ˜₯

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We've found it to work quite well on my team, as it allows folks to see things they're not necessarily involved in, and actively seeks out their thoughts, as well as not leaving it up to the PR raiser to decide who

(Although we're currently using the "round Robin" approach)

It also doesn't mean others can't review

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Hmm I'll have to try it but I thought rebase-merge was the same as a --no-ff merge

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You can also do this with a "rebase merge" on GitHub, and yep would recommend it if you don't want merge commits. I'd generally say keep them, but amend the titles to be ie PR title

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Glad you found it, this one has bitten me before, too πŸ˜‚

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I've just mentioned Lobste.rs separately (as I didn't see it mentioned), but spotted all their Ansible code for the site is on https://github.com/lobsters/lobsters-ansible

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What about https://lobste.rs ? https://github.com/lobsters/lobsters is available and it's a pretty nice platform to be a consumer / producer on

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I much prefer the Ruby ecosystem so that's what I use for my scripting needs, but I guess it's probably cause Rails is still popular?