Every day is a new day to discover a new fucking privacy-washing organization.
Today, let's meet the "Futur of Privacy Forum", funded by :
I don't know if I have to laugh, cry, or throw up!...
Thanks @aral for this discovery
offensive opinion; pride marches
There's a thing happening in relation to Pride marches in my country. I have a very strong opinion on that, but expressing it would not achieve much, and would only serve to offend people who identify with the group of people about whom I have an opinion, whether they participate in the thing that I have opinion about. There's no point in me offending a lot of people for no gain, just to blow off some steam.
So you'll have to imagine an offensive thing here.
"Performance perception: correlation to RUM metrics" by Gilles Dubuc https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/phame/post/view/167/performance_perception_correlation_to_rum_metrics/
Wikipedia did a large-scale study of perceived performance, and found that none of the existing web APIs had a strong correlation with how fast or slow users thought the page was. Yikes.
My next goal is to build, test, release, and deploy every time the developer stops typing for more than 300 milliseconds. I won't even wait for them to save the buffer, I'll just take whatever they have in the buffer and pretend it's been saved and committed and pushed.
Having to manually save files and commit changes is such an unnecessary overhead, which slows down development and progress for no good reason at all.
This toot may be a joke.
Radiating opinions into the aether. All opinions are mine. I don't represent my employer.
Lars and friends