Feeling slightly queasy, but that's fine and to be expected because I went to #GiveBlood, then had some nice gingernuts and crisps.
Im still writing a blog post about ethics in software, and how that relates to Open Source Software and Free Software.
One thing I am stuck on is how Free Software's ethics implicitly relies on the assumption that "all users have the technical literacy to modify and run software". And I use literacy to truly mean a fundamental capability that should be taught to everyone, because Free Software assumes "the user" can "modify" said software in order to satisfy it's ethics.
I don't like this flaw
I just raised an issue on an open source code repo, suggesting the contrast wasn't strong enough in a code syntax highlighting block.
Not sure if I'm getting older or blinder (probably the latter) but either way it makes me a little uncomfortable.
Why do tissues come in separate sheets and toilet paper in a roll? #musings
This, this, this!!
Building people up and never tearing them down is 100% the Twitter content I am here for. https://twitter.com/anne_theriault/status/1136829908255215616
Listening to him purr beside me is just the most soothing thing in the whole world.
We don't normally see much of squeeper in the summer when it's warm (unless he's hungry), but it's raining again and don't tell anyone but I think he's gone soft
I write programs and eat lots of vegetables, often in Cambridge, UK.
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