I'm all for figuring out ways to support those with incomes threatened by the pandemic, but the reasoning behind this seems bonkers
It seems like the argument is equivalent to "those who choose not to spend money commuting or at Pret, or on office rent, should have that money extracted from their pay/profits".
Maybe just... tax everyone who still has a job to help support those who don't?
https://interblah.net/two-thoughts-about-maintainable-software - in which I take inspiration from @robbyrussell's latest podcast episode for a couple of thoughts about maintainable software
I am an omakase chef
The next London Ruby User Group meeting is coming up on the 13th of July.
Details here: http://lrug.org/meetings/july/
Everyone is welcome; thanks to lockdown, you don't even need to be in London!
... and if you'd like to speak at LRUG, no matter where you are, we'd love to hear from you. More details about that on lrug.org too.
It’s tempting to break my twitter silence, just to find an island I can sell them before they rot. But that would be madness.
Of *course* the week I go big into the stalk market, my turnip price just goes down and down 😐
When will I learn, that `brew update <some little thing>` can easily break some distant much larger thing, as it updates various libraries like openssl and readline and quietly removes the old ones that existing binaries depend on 😤