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Graham Christensen
Infra and Security teams. Predictable and declarative deployment zealot. No fascism. graham@grahamc.com he/him alt:
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Graham Christensen 25m
Replying to @dragonmantank
Goodness this is such a good idea I'm going to try it.
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Graham Christensen 30m
Now that S3 has read-after-write consistency, let's race to mount one bucket to all our /tmp's with s3fs and see who suffer first.
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Graham Christensen 1h
Replying to @ttuegel @github
(Happy to share more privately.)
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Graham Christensen 1h
Replying to @ttuegel @github
Nope.
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Graham Christensen 2h
Replying to @neqone @github
I have no information other than the GitHub user "volth" is no longer a thing, and their PRs are disappeared:
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Graham Christensen 2h
Yet again, has disappeared a user, taking with it all of their pull request history and valuable comments. GitHub is not OSS's friend.
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Samuel Dionne-Riel 17h
This November, I improved the boot flow of Mobile NixOS. It is now just about where I can say nothing major is left to be done.
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Graham Christensen 11h
Replying to @a_hoverbear
CodeSpell is really good though. I wish I could have a (local, private) On Writing Well linter.
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Graham Christensen 11h
Replying to @a_hoverbear
Completely unlike that, except in the value it offers the user 😅.
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Graham Christensen 11h
Replying to @a_hoverbear
CodeSpell is a life changer. Maybe it had editor integration... LSP for grammar would be nice!
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Graham Christensen 12h
Replying to @_msw_
Holy hell nice work
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Graham Christensen 13h
Replying to @npsoni88 @thockin
I mean, maybe you need to do it for something here and there. Probably not often. The default matters, though.
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Graham Christensen 13h
Replying to @eric_brewer
Whether or not this specific mess can be fixed, we need to stop making systems with such hazardous defaults.
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Graham Christensen 14h
Replying to @eric_brewer
Supporting root containers and making them root by default are different by a wide margin, and brings this to mind:
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Graham Christensen 14h
Replying to @_msw_
And to mix up the default behavior vs. supported behavior is ... interesting.
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Graham Christensen 14h
Replying to @arrdem
Say more?
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Graham Christensen 14h
Replying to @arrdem
HI.
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Graham Christensen 15h
Replying to @chumboslice @thockin
Pitchfork.tif
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Graham Christensen 15h
Replying to @notdan
I wonder if it is reflecting a pending operation on the backend? Pairing over a database failover or something.
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Graham Christensen 15h
Replying to @arachnocapital2
Using debug level logs is when you’ve completely failed all the tools you should be using better
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