Unix software needs to standardise on whether the recursive option is -r or -R
I am cold because I was just outside in the snow getting footage with robbie.
is it big data if i flood y'all's timelines with it
Yo no dije que todo ES literatura. Dije que todo PUEDE ser leído como literatura, que no es lo mismo.
@cypnk @ekaitz_zarraga @deshipu Anyway, if I won the lottery I'd love to plow millions into making open source more usable, and there's not even a patchwork system to do this, let alone a couple clearinghouse options. Meanwhile, at this point in my life I have a fair amount of spare time & no money at all. You better believe if I could get small payouts for working on issue management & docs for open source, I would be doing it. ¯\(°_o)/¯
@deshipu @ekaitz_zarraga @cypnk Just like in every 9-5 software job I hated, gardening the issue trackers & docs is treated as a low-value afterthought. Keep in mind what Github, in their infinite wisdom, consider worthy of a green spot on one's little timeline. Then users wonder why the documentation is terrible & developers wonder why they're drowning in a sea of unorganized issues.
!CW Nudity for Gesture Sketches!
I need to get better at using mastodon haha
Although, I didn't really draw too much recently in any case? Not feeling up to it
I'm trying to improve though, so I decided I'll concentrate on doing some gesture drawings! These are from the youtube channel Croquis Cafe - I first tried to find the shape and then drew the gesture over it.
@cypnk @ekaitz_zarraga @deshipu Another idea for improving user-centered development in open source is to broaden the focus beyond people who write code, to 1) respect & 2) cultivate relationships with people who care enough about a project to garden the bug tracker or documentation. I can the projects where my engagement was returned, ever, on more than the specific bug reports, on two fingers, and I've been doing this 20 years.