i haven't been doing as much techy tech shop-talk commentary about my coding recently because every time i say something people are like "why don't you just DO THIS" and i have to explain that i'm writing code for a microcontroller and that won't work
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Right. Just remembered an important fact to mention: The fact that OpenBSD was the first to have an open source tree with Anonymous CVS access. I remember how it was before that idea really caught on, with projects dropping occasional tarballs like giant software development footsteps.
for me personally removing follower counts would be incredibly anxiety inducing and I would have to leave the site.
I have been harassed by folks who would follow me and then harass me.
I need to know and see who follows me, so I can block if necessary,
and know how many folks follow me to know if I feel comfortable saying certain more private things on this account
please dont get rid of the follow count.
We were promised the possibility of crushing gender under our cold uncaring cyborg boots, but instead we got Netflix and chill: a memoir
an em0ji :upside_down:
ok, anxiety is going crazy with that last thought, so i'm just going to play some chrono trigger and clench my teeth for a few hours.
in other news i think libjamp is feature-complete for my usecases.
much testing to be done, then documentation, then maybe a "release".
which i'm terrified of because it means announcing my real name on the internet.
but i've decided if i'm going to come out as trans, it may as well be with an open-source MIDI parsing library.
i generally don't like paper, except for books/zines.
i hate handwriting and filling out forms and such, much better to type.
but holy heck, my coding is so much more efficient when i prototype it on paper first.
i'm loathe to admit that, having resented whiteboard coding in uni and *especially* in interviews. but it works for me.