@brainwane It was about 30 minutes. I tend not to think of my talks like that, but I guess it was pathos.
The real pain though was I also moved from a hand rolled k8s cluster to using Google's new Autopilot GKE k8s cluster, and I ran into so many undocumented hard edges. Part of this caused me to have to rewrite my entire CD pipeline... which still isn't quite done.
I love slat flip and dot flip displays. https://hackaday.io/project/18541-dot-flippers is a fun look into a dot flip display
Learning that people suffering from the storm and blackout in Texas were using the guide in our book Recipes for Disaster to build a rocketstove with which to heat food and water, we've put the directions online here in their entirety:
@flaneur On 1. right now we're going to use Github. We're talking about other platforms, Patreon & OpenCollective for example, but right now we're keeping it simple.
2. I don't know anything about fedstoa. Where can I read to learn more?
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