Over the past several months, I’ve written a lot of blog posts that were critical of various software. If it wasn’t clear from these (sometimes) incoherent ramblings, there was a common thread that bound them all together
I’ve done a lot of tweeting about systemd lately. My internal conscience constantly reminds me of John Allspaw saying that twitter is just pretty much perfect for snarky comments (paraphrase).
Note this post has comments disabled. This is a first for me but if someone wants to ask me anything else, there are multiple personal ways to contact me.
I’ve gotten quite a bit of constructive feedback on the PaaS realism post and I wanted to aggregate it here.
I realize I was pretty down on PaaS the past couple of days. Lest I send the wrong message, I figure a clarification is in order
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I’ve been a pretty big proponent of omnibus. I still think it’s the right way to go but recent changes have removed the primary reason for recommending it
I’m a pretty harsh person. My wife and I have this discussion all the time about how things I say get interpreted. As the communicator, this responsibility lies squarely on my shoulders.
So before I start, I don’t “hate” distributions or the packaging format they use or the people doing the work. To this even of you who toil to track countless security reports or maintain some software package in an upstream repository because of your love for that software, here’s to you.
Yes it started on Twitter and ended up here. Circle of life and all that
If I never directly touch a Go concurrency primitive, I’m convinced I’m going to write all my cli apps with it just for ease of deployment.