Twitter | Search | |
This is the legacy version of twitter.com. We will be shutting it down on 15 December 2020. Please switch to a supported browser or device. You can see a list of supported browsers in our Help Center.
apenwarr
Simple, secure networks with and WireGuard.
8,873
Tweets
1,523
Following
4,683
Followers
Tweets
apenwarr 7h
Replying to @bradfitz
"Sorry, I had a few urgent issues to deal with and your message scrolled off the front page of my inbox, but I've finally managed to catch up. Great to hear from you! ..."
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 7h
I don't usually propagate political stuff, but on the other hand, I don't usually describe things as "beautiful bureaucracy" either.
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 8h
Replying to @lejatorn
Well, my original post was a bit of a trick. If you know the company you're working for is bad, then the rest of the ethical quandary is simpler. If you *don't* know the company you're working for is bad, then same. How to know the nature of your employer is a separate issue :)
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 9h
Replying to @hugelgupf
Excuuuse me, it’s not paying if you’re just calling in favours from the big wigs
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 9h
Replying to @sus_admin @HavocTechie
Probably MTU related. Try decreasing it on both ends. Or just use tailscale :)
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 9h
Can’t... or won’t?
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 11h
Replying to @fserb
I was sincerely hoping for someone to argue the specific case that their employer is bad while they themselves aren’t, but so far no takers!
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 11h
Replying to @dgentry
Honestly the comments manage to be less of a letdown than I expected, leading me to hope 2020 might be almost over
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 11h
Offhand I’d expect that this refinement wouldn’t make a huge impact. Basically it’s approval voting vs weighted voting. The difference only matters in rare situations.
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 11h
Replying to @davidcrawshaw
hahaha sigh
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 11h
Replying to @_Felipe
Also, that guy who will accuse me of vote brigading to get it there
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 11h
Replying to @_Felipe
My one-word blog post making it to the front page of a news site
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 11h
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 16h
Replying to @bketelsen
Is two standups per day "double SCRUM"?
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr 16h
Replying to @grhmc
I think they call this "influencer marketing." It's not even completely crazy, as long as you know what you're getting.
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr Nov 23
This is a huge discussion generally, and I'm sure it's been had many times. Not sure where best to link you to for a summary. Short version: dynamic linking certainly hasn't been free of security problems either.
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr retweeted
Dave Anderson Nov 22
Replying to @dave_universetf
It's genuinely amazing to look back and realize how much mental bandwidth I was spending on figuring out how to get computers to talk to each other, and how joyous it is to not have to worry about that any more.
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr Nov 22
Replying to @zkat__
Ah, I see. Did you consider just doing a breadth-first traversal of the graph, and plotting each node only the first time it appears? This should get you the “shallowest” answer for each one, which for dependencies might be what you want.
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr Nov 22
Replying to @zkat__
In particular, are you trying to visualize some particular relationship(s) between different nodes? What is the meaning of the tree, and what is the meaning of the graph? If the tree doesn't have its own separate meaning, why not just keep a graph?
Reply Retweet Like
apenwarr Nov 22
Replying to @zkat__
Not exactly, because there is no sync step: you can maintain a tree separately (and all your nodes are guaranteed to be in the tree since they all have a parent), and do whatever you want to the graph. Depends what you want to accomplish though! :)
Reply Retweet Like