Moving forward we are also looking to fill several roles in the project with more permanent positions, to name a few ideas (not set in stone): Project Manager, Developer Coordinator, Public Relations, and Community Outreach. How we will go about to fill these positions have not been decided yet, but we are looking to make it an open and transparent process. Feedback, regarding all and any of this, can be directed at @maloki for now. Long form posts will come soon to further elaborate.
Discussions yesterday helped us identify several important issues, the culprit of most was a lack of communication; I and a dedicated team of contributors are now working on potential solutions. It has become clear that information does not reach the masses, sometimes not even the contributors: so we want to improve communication here on #mastodon, and off-site (Patreon, Github, Discord etc). We also want to make it easier for you to give your feedback via a dedicated feedback channel/platform.
Unix systems do not deal well with running out of disk space. *stares at zombie VPS*
@lex_jay I see a psychologist (in Australia) once per month to manage anxiety, so it can be helpful. I had to try 3-4 before I found someone who was not a quack, moron or unqualified, so beware of that.
I actually wrote an article about it, ages ago: https://medium.com/@piecritic/politics-professional-life-and-study-my-pathway-to-an-anxiety-disorder-615eb56b76ae
Ultimately the "do less harm" route is the one I usually take even if it hurts me a little in the long run.
@lex_jay so first things first: if you don't have a psychologist I would strongly suggest seeing one. They can be very helpful for helping you deal with situations such as this without it progressing into broader anxiety problems.
It is a no-win situation it seems, but given that, which situation has "fewer losses"?
Is there an endless screaming bot on here yet because that's one thing i need right now