I should've posted earlier - today's #CodeandCoffee will be at Rewired Cafe Edgewater, 1107 W Berwyn Ave. I have a stack of cards for free drinks and snacks. Starting 7 AM as usual. See you there!
Towards Guix for DevOps https://www.gnu.org/software/guix/blog/2019/towards-guix-for-devops/
Great blogpost by @jakob ... and great hacking over the course of this summer, too!
In the GNU Image Manipulation Program, do you know how to bucket fill based on the color of a lower layer? Details: https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/126357/can-i-fill-based-on-the-color-of-a-lower-layer
Shout out to Joel Fagliano, whose mini crosswords have had great themes the last two weeks. Today's, with four of ten answers on-theme, was a gem: https://www.nytimes.com/crosswords/game/mini
Today at #CodeAndCoffee I mostly fought with Wordpress because a recent update destroyed the layout of my blog, got it mostly fixed. The new block editor is broken in some ungoogleable way and I suspect it'll be less work to migrate to Hakyll.
Today at the South Side #CodeAndCoffee I merged some PRs, failed to catch up on emali, and subscribed to TypeClasses.com. And my carbeurated motorcycle was pretty unhappy about the fog.
Nice article on the long-term costs of learning from experience: https://www.collaborativefund.com/blog/you-have-to-live-it-to-believe-it/
Anyone interested in a hosted copy of the Lobste.rs codebase/support contract? Maybe a disaffected subreddit or company wanting an internal community? Testing waters here, see readme for more: https://github.com/lobsters/lobsters/ (Boosts appreciated.)
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