After spending the last six months learning the forward and backward of self hosting a Kubernetes cluster I've decided that it's like this. All parts of the cluster - storage, networking, load balancing, etc. - are about choosing the least worst option out of many not very good options that may not even be supported or maintained in a year's time.

I sent four packages from Seattle to Virginia and South Carolina on Monday afternoon. They all arrived on Thursday.

Our work at the Election Integrity Partnership is starting to come together starting with an analysis of Twitter's response to Trump's post last Saturday. eipartnership.net/news/twitter

But CoreOS's inability to even engage in their issue tracker on virtually any issue is infuriating, especially when the bugs are so high profile and easy to encounter. github.com/coreos/flannel/issu

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In the other column, assuming they actually release a fix later today, Sonatype's response to my bug report on their community forum was fantastic. community.sonatype.com/t/nexus

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I'm getting super annoyed with projects that ignore my pull requests for YEARS and then come back and ask me to make changes before they'll merge it. After a few months with no communication I will usually just stop using a project because clearly they don't care.

It's unclear to me where he keeps his tongue when it's not hanging out of his mouth. It is so long that it requires a storage facility.

Sometimes I find time to go through several months worth of photographs all in one night. (To that end I highly recommend Photo Mechanic for combing through lots of pictures quickly and easily.)

We went to Kubota Gardens in south Seattle a couple weeks ago and saw some pretty wildlife.

Who are these people who have all this free time that they can are able to go out and figure out how to contact strangers on the internet and send them death threats over idiotic premises?

Since the US leads in COVID-19 cases shouldn't we be calling this the Trump Virus? 🦠

Tired of editing /etc/hosts and looking to get names mapped to IPs? I discovered this today: nip.io/

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Uncontrollable Gas

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