Wage labour, team frustration, linux CoC
Yesterday I brought cake to work to celebrate the new Linux code of conduct and that Linus has realised that he needs to change and took a first step to do so.
None of my local team colleagues ate it with me and only two remote workers gave the slack cake announcement a ❤️.
At least a few people from other teams showed up.
Saw this in Rigaerstraße (where Lidl used to be) in #Berlin Friedrichshain.
This is already ugly enough and it won't get better when the decision to build an office building on the Cuvrybrache in Kreuzberg becomes more well-known. The Bizim Kiez people already have a structural #antisemitism problem and I fear it will get much more primary when they realise who owns the Brache.
Their #gentrification "critique" feels already so much like Fassbinder's "Der Müll, die Stadt und der Tod".
Works in tech.
Because it enables people.
Infrastructure itself is meaningless.
Enabling people to live better and nicer matters.
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