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Félix Saparelli
I have rw+ permissions. Pronoun-agnostic. Bi Bilingual: fr, en. Can be found yelling at software, including my own; never too serious about it.
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Félix Saparelli 49s
Replying to @NatDudley
wait, it doubled in a year? that's pretty impressive growth
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Félix Saparelli 40m
Replying to @NatDudley
Yeah, realised after tweeting, sorry :)
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Félix Saparelli 47m
Replying to @NatDudley
Not much other option for businesses buying electric, for now.
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Félix Saparelli 3h
Replying to @makoConstruct
If you ever hire someone or join a studio you can include calipers in the introduction pack... "what's that for? Oh, you'll see"
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Félix Saparelli 3h
Replying to @makoConstruct
Put a comment next to it like "hello future developer! Replace this with 1/21 * the width of your thumb. I swear there's an actual reason."
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Félix Saparelli 13h
Replying to @Wanderlustin
That seems low, tbh. I tried to add estimates together and I arrived at that number before even considering clothing.
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Félix Saparelli 16h
Replying to @creature124
stars war's not good
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Félix Saparelli 17h
Replying to @Wanderlustin
it used to be the Queen of England but they changed to the metric system instead to break the monotony because her reign is so long
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Félix Saparelli 17h
Fun fact: global warming refers to the shifting up of the Fahrenheit scale. The F scale is determined by figuring out how humans feel about temperature, and more people who like the warmth are born than people who like the cold.
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Félix Saparelli 17h
Fun fact: the size of a "foot" varies based on time because it's based on the shoe size of the current King Of America.
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Zoë Schlanger Feb 19
Uh, a teenager with a geiger counter found three buckets of highly radioactive uranium sitting near the taxidermy exhibit in the Grand Canyon museum. It might’ve been there for two decades. This story is bonkers.
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Raven Kwok Feb 19
Added a slider for speed control.
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Félix Saparelli 24h
Replying to @rombulow
you mean... a light macbook? maybe they'd name it something cool, like "Air"
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Félix Saparelli 24h
libsodium is crashing silently and I'm about to start throwing shit at the screen
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Félix Saparelli Feb 19
Replying to @passcod
One caveat is that all this works when you assume that other people or parts of people are not malicious. They want to figure this out. They're interested in getting to the truth, or to a closer truth at least. If malicious? It's a whole other game. (That others can tell better)
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Félix Saparelli Feb 19
Replying to @passcod
So that's why blameless is important. And I said "people", but it can be parts of them, and especially: parts of yourself. Don't blame yourself in a hurry, because you'll miss the other things that made that one particular incident happen. The series of things. (It's hard, tho.)
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Félix Saparelli Feb 19
Replying to @passcod
And the only way they'll do that is if they feel safe and comfortable and not hurt and they're not expecting hurt. (And if they're new and they don't know you, you gotta reassure them that they won't be hurt, and then follow through.)
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Félix Saparelli Feb 19
Replying to @passcod
But guess what: if they were a part of the cause, that probably means they have a deeper understanding of at least a portion of the issue than you, looking from outside. So if you want to actually understand what happened, you have to get them to open themselves up to inspection
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Félix Saparelli Feb 19
Replying to @passcod
But 2 is interesting: you involve people responsible. If you blame them, especially if you blame them immediately, but also if you do so later (they'll be conditioned to expect blame), they'll feel bad. They'll get defensive. They won't help, or only reluctantly.
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Félix Saparelli Feb 19
Replying to @passcod
No stopping at the first cause is super important, for reasons outlined in the first thread, but also for actually helping, longer term. And 3 & 4 follow from that, I won't rehash.
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