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Apparently I have code flying over two different planets now.

If I need to make a cuppa tea to calm down after using a web shop, it's probably not a sign that it's a well-designed and well implemented web shop.

That's 16 README reviews today. Queue at 97. This is going to take a while.

How should success be measured for the free software movement?

In an upcoming #IEEESoftware paper with Chris Lamb, we describe the #ReproducibleBuilds approach to increase the integrity of [#opensource] software #SupplyChains and how that worked out for #Debian.

#openaccess preprint:

#FreeSoftware #FOSS #ReproBuilds

I've got one of these now. My job title includes the word engineer and I need to work up to that.

Service review 

Thanks @liw for reviewing my repository’s README without a charge! The notes provided were on point, your understanding of the problem domain, in this case OpenWRT definitely helped.

Vous avez un dépôt pour votre projet ?
@liw vous propose d'analyser votre README

Voici les 5 points principaux qu'il vérifie pour l'instant…

The Tor Project is hiring a Junior Systems Administrator! Please retweet and share this opportunity with your networks.

just wanted to remind you that i am soft and warm and nice to pet

Thread 🧵 of 501(c)(3) public charities you can support instead of the FSF, if you care about its mission:

I finished the first full draft of my 2016 NaNoWriMo novel. Years late, and it's only 30 of the expected 50 thousand words. But still.

It's in dire need of editing, rewriting, and fleshing out. Some day.

It's available at but you don't want to read it.

Be nice to your carpal tunnels. They will eventually retaliate with a vengeance if you abuse them enough.

I’d like to help others make better free and open source software so I’m making this standing offer: I’ll review a project's README for free. If you're interested, follow the link below. If you know of someone who might be interested, send the link to them.

Preparation starts for a new planning meeting. MR to be merged in one week. Comments welcome.

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Lars and friends