#random (2022-01)

Non-work banter and water cooler conversation

A place for non-work-related flimflam, faffing, hodge-podge or jibber-jabber you’d prefer to keep out of more focused work-related channels. Archive: https://archive.sweetops.com/random/

2022-01-28

2022-01-27

Mohammed Yahya avatar
Mohammed Yahya
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bradym avatar
bradym
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ikar avatar

can’t believe nobody posted here before: https://github.com/torvalds/linux/tree/8bcab0346d4fcf21b97046eb44db8cf37ddd6da0?s=09 commit message: delete linux because it sucks

GitHub - torvalds/linux at 8bcab0346d4fcf21b97046eb44db8cf37ddd6da0 attachment image

Linux kernel source tree. Contribute to torvalds/linux development by creating an account on GitHub.

steenhoven avatar
steenhoven

wtf? So confused right now.

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Linux kernel source tree. Contribute to torvalds/linux development by creating an account on GitHub.

ikar avatar

don’t worry, not the master branch. You can check the link in the README in the link above to know more

steenhoven avatar
steenhoven

Sure, but still wonder why this commit exists.

ikar avatar

to show that you shouldn’t fully trust github? https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24976138

loren avatar
loren

i mean, like anything, validate your sources, right? like, just cuz this email says it is from Amazon, what evidence is it and my email client presenting where i would trust that is true?

ikar avatar

don’t trust anyone, except yourself. And maybe your future self

loren avatar
loren

my future and past selves are pretty suspect

2022-01-21

zadkiel avatar
zadkiel
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Just a command runner. Contribute to casey/just development by creating an account on GitHub.

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zadkiel avatar
zadkiel

I think I fell in love

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Just a command runner. Contribute to casey/just development by creating an account on GitHub.

zadkiel avatar
zadkiel

Finally, a looking-good make alternative

2022-01-20

2022-01-17

Zachary Loeber avatar
Zachary Loeber

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t973XElM_kI <– Ever have days just like this?

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2022-01-14

MrAtheist avatar
MrAtheist

Throwing this out there to see if anyone knows of a slack group for mailgun, trying to reach a human being as their email support is next to useless… it’s the classics of taking your money and ghosting you… ish

Zachary Loeber avatar
Zachary Loeber

Did you try emailing them? Har Har Har

2022-01-13

managedkaos avatar
managedkaos

If you want to waste 15 minutes thinking about the tools you use, check out this report generator from MS: https://devopsworkflowgenerator.research.microsoft.com/

After a survey, it gives you a C-suite level report with minimal info. The tools are listed next to each step but having the logos as well would have been a nice touch.

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The DevOps Workflow Generator is a tool that helps you plan, design, and visualize your DevOps toolchain and workflow to optimize your development and operations processes.

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rms1000watt avatar
rms1000watt

Is there a channel for shameless plugs of your own software or products? Well, anyways, here it goes

I created a micro SaaS product: a Free, No-Auth, HTTP/Websocket Pubsub Service: https://www.plz.chat

plz.chat

No-Auth, Free, Hosted HTTPS/WSS Pubsub Service

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Jim Park avatar
Jim Park

Great idea! Curious what you use on the backend?

plz.chat

No-Auth, Free, Hosted HTTPS/WSS Pubsub Service

rms1000watt avatar
rms1000watt

(don’t hate me )

TBH, i’m trying to keep that undercovers since that’s kinda the secret sauce

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Wédney Yuri avatar
Wédney Yuri

No problem

I bet you built something on top of python 3.

Wédney Yuri avatar
Wédney Yuri

Maybe asincio + websockets library? https://websockets.readthedocs.io/en/stable/

websockets

licence version pyversions wheel tests docs websockets is a library for building WebSocket servers and clients in Python with a focus on correctness, simplicity, robustness, and performance. Built …

Jim Park avatar
Jim Park

I’d love to see a comparison of performance between various implementations, Go channels, elixir channels, something in rust…

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Zachary Loeber avatar
Zachary Loeber

NATs?

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Zachary Loeber

https://github.com/nats-io <– better context for my last obtuse statement

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NATS is a simple, secure and performant communications system for digital systems, services and devices. - NATS - The Cloud Native Messaging System

rms1000watt avatar
rms1000watt

you guys all rock. Yea, performance is going to be junk since it’s just running on a t4g.micro instance

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rms1000watt

just wanted to see if anyone would use the api for anything.. https://go.plz.chat

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rms1000watt

if people like it, i’ll scale up, but would rather not throw money out the window for nothing

2022-01-09

Ryan Cartwright avatar
Ryan Cartwright

http://Spacelift.io is launching a podcast in the upcoming weeks.

missionCTRL is a monthly event for DevOps Engineers. We invite DevOps and technical influencers to present and share knowledge.

The show will have a healthy mix of technical deep-dives (like Tier’s Service Registry talk) and other topics beneficial to the community (getting started in DevOps, managing mental health and stress as an engineer).

Would anyone in this group be interested in participating? If so, please send me a DM.

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Spacelift is the CI/CD for infrastructure-as-code and policy as code. It enables collaboration, automates manual work and compliance, and lets teams customize and automate their workflows.

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Ryan Cartwright

Thank you for the incredible response for individuals that have reached out to sign up to participate as a guest on our upcoming podcast missionCTRL! Our sign up page is live. https://vh2q7l1thkr.typeform.com/missionCTRL

missionCTRL is a podcast (and sometimes livestream) series for DevOps Engineers.

The line up of guests is world class featuring a healthy mix of technical deep-dives and other topics beneficial to the community (getting started in DevOps, managing mental health and stress as an engineer).

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missionCTRL is a podcast (and sometimes livestream) series for DevOps Engineers.

2022-01-05

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