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Once upon a time he was sweet and innocent, and then he discovered the hellsite
@brennen I mean mostly I just figured out the issue under contention and then produced this dank meme while everyone else was arguing
I'm pretty sure this was my first FOSS contribution (and yes this predates me being on GitHub 🤣) http://git.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/?p=public/pyceo.git;a=commit;h=dd98f24e179fa82d8f28abcf9c3e4c7eacce890c
IT'S HAPPENING!!!!!!!!!! 🎯 https://packages.debian.org/experimental/python3-full https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=983499
Think of how much cooler I could be if I had fingerless gloves
Librsvg, Rust, and non-mainstream architectures - https://people.gnome.org/~federico/blog/librsvg-rust-and-non-mainstream-architectures.html
Librsvg, Rust y arquitecturas que no son comunes - https://people.gnome.org/~federico/blog/librsvg-rust-and-non-mainstream-architectures-es.html
Does anyone outside of public charities and Red Hat have a *business model* of hiring FOSS developers to work on existing community-run projects as *employees*?
I'd like to imagine a world where I'm compensated comparably just based on my FOSS work compared to what my employer pays me now? But I honestly can't.
I'm incredibly lucky, and I'd rather expand these kinds of opportunities than create yet another employee/contractor divide.
I feel like it's not fair to compare "gainfully employed with benefits" to "can eke by enough of a living to not starve, but still an independent contractor." Not sustainable, and pretty dependent on externalities like "universal healthcare" and "social safety net" to work
to my non-(US) techie followers, if this seems high a) it is b) it's still below market for that job segment in major CoL areas c) employers wouldn't be paying this if they weren't making MORE than that from employees d) yes this is why I work in tech, to buy freedom
ah I've just caught up on the TL going nuts earlier over someone asking for 185k base as a senior dev at "mid to large sized cos" in the US and meanwhile I'm like "uh that seems low for large companies" so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ y'all need to #talkpay more
Queen of Debian Clojure, Empress of Symbol Versioning, Conqueress of ABIs, Python Packaging Authority, ELF Herder. partition-tolerant, available, not consistent
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