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Yesterday I got pulled into a meeting to have a sincere and meaningful conversation about how to make a public facing policy doc fulfill all our legal responsibilities while also sticking to our principles and values. We also spent a good chunk of the conversation time discussing how to make sure we were engaging respectfully and productively with a community of which we're aiming to be a contributing member.
Feels good, man. Feels real good.
I've told them to maybe calm down because it's a garbage can, not a relationship. Their system has decided this is a support request and now I'm in a queue. This is the world now I guess. I've declined to have a superficial relationship with a garbage can company so now I have to wait in line to be corrected.
The LED has been desoldered from the board, so that is one fewer blue light to keep us up at night. It is really surprising how much light is produced by such a tiny component.
We (Sequoia, https://sequoia-pgp.org) are looking to hire a devop engineer to maintain and expand our CI, setup some benchmarking infrastructure, keep our web services running like dump.sequoia-pgp.org, etc. You should care about privacy and free software. We'd prefer someone living in or near a European timezone. Salary is 43 kEuros/year for 20 hours/week. Salary is not negotiable. Hours are (salary scales linearly). If you are interested, mail me: 8F17777118A33DDA9BA48E62AACB3243630052D9 .
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!