Today is, I think, the first time that I've been back on campus in six years. I haven't thought of this event in a few years, let alone let myself be moved by it. I did not expect to start crying the moment I stepped toward it. My position, as someone who knew some of those slain and some of those who survived is now tragically common and normal. Too many people have been lost and hurt, senselessly and violently, for us to continue to do nothing.
The New York Times' technology blog has written a not half bad post about how to ensure your open source software is popular: https://open.nytimes.com/how-to-take-your-open-source-project-from-good-to-great-49c392175e5c
I develop software. I take photographs. I spend time in nature. I endure the judgement of my dog. I run this server.
For people who can't stop tooting!