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Floris Bruynooghe @flub@mastodon.social

I don't mind you all stringing 2-3 tweets together. But if you've got anything more to say *please* write blog posts.

Subiterpreters would only let you pass primitive types? Sure, that's one way to make it safe to share data. But how useful is that?

"experience working with open source software and associated ecosystem (GitHub, TravisCI, DockerHub)"
What has "open source" even come to mean? Afaik none of those listed are open source. *sigh*

Could the next psf/jetbrain survey ask about testing frameworks please?

I appear to have successfully created my first D-Bus service. In Rust nonetheless! \o/

snapshot.debian.org is great, if only it had more network capacity

BBC News: Migration figures: Highest number of EU nationals leaving UK in a decade - bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43154308

Lies, damn lies and statistics. And on top of that the timespan is too short. But still: lol

Life must be so nice and simple when brexit is the answer to everything

So @pythonsummit happened and I was in the Rockies. Such bad planning

Another day, another snow pit, very different snow then before but still too slidy on 30-35° so yet again turned around before halfway.
Still some fun bits to ski lower down though

The -30 temperatures breaking the plastic of my boots while skinning is somewhat less ideal. But at least they still work.

Apply the sunscreen to your face before it freezes. Not a combination I've had to worry about before

I really don't understand the weather forecasts around the Banff area

Other then the high avalanche conditions and having to cancel our hut tour because of this, Banff has great snow fun

Finally joining the pypy winter sprint this year

Arrived at SFO, I'm here for the next two weeks!

Just been closing old issues on pytest-timeout.
Nothing like closing your own issues on your own project with "seems no one cared for a few years. wontfix"

Further update on the @Puri_sm: screen is somewhat disappointing for the price. Caps & NumLock LEDs missing not as bad but seemingly NVMe disk uses AHCI - perhaps a coreboot issue - still :( tho