Kubernetes 1.23 Released - https://kubernetes.io/blog/2021/12/07/kubernetes-1-23-release-announcement/
WordPress is just software, and that’s OK. My thoughts on WordPress the software vs WordPress the community. https://chriswiegman.com/2021/11/wordpress-is-just-software-and-thats-ok/
@cooper Specifically for my parent's generation (they are late 70s, early 80s), I think the lack of real names and a known social graph will always be a hindrance (heavy facebook use).
NPM package with 3M weekly downloads had a severe vulnerability - https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2021/09/npm-package-with-3-million-weekly-downloads-had-a-severe-vulnerability/
@chris Thanks for this post - I been touting the need for content authors I work with to prepare for a static site sometime in the near future. I'd been looking at hugo (and others), and struggled with how I could give them a tolerable workflow and am not sure I ever could. I've since refocused my efforts on providing some of the benefits (especially security) of static through a greedy caching layer in front of wordpress and not allowing POST/PUT through the ingress.
If privacy is outlawed, only outlaws will have privacy - http://www.philzimmermann.com/EN/essays/WhyIWrotePGP.html
What I learned from Software Engineering at Google
@majdal Although I also maintain the instance that I run on, so blocks/non-federation isn't really a concern for me.
@majdal I don't think so. I am able to cultivate my feed fairly easily with follows and blocks.
However, in the event that you instance doesn't federate (blocks) with a particular interest that you are interested in, it might be necessary to maintain multiples.
@majdal I've never given it much thought but I feel like it is akin to neighborhoods in a larger virtual community/world.
Some are homesteaders (single identity server), some are homes/businesses (interest groups perhaps - democracy.town, etc...), some are mixed use, high-density condos (pooling of homes/businesses - mastodon.social).
TIL: The Netherlands can be purposefully flooded as a defensive military strategy. To shallow for boats, to deep for trenches and foot traffic.