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RT @_msw_@twitter.com

Nice! A new release from @AWSOpen@twitter.com!

✅ @OpenSourceOrg@twitter.com approved license (Apache License 2.0)
✅ On brand for ("Framework Agnostic: Write once, run anywhere")
✅ Super trippy interactive background on the djl.ai/ page (I could do this all day) twitter.com/errcraft/status/12

🐦🔗: twitter.com/_msw_/status/12005

The WSJ article that I was interviewed for has run. And I can't read it, because it's behind their paywall.

RT @mjasay@twitter.com

Open source from 2010-2020 has seen dramatically more change than 2000-2010 did. You can "blame" the cloud and GitHub. Here's my retrospective on the biggest innovations in open source over the last decade cio.com.au/article/669131/how-

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mjasay/status/1199

It's hilarious and sick that the people who put a bullhorn to "intersectionality" and "ageism" also loves "Ok, Boomer".

"the invisible hand of Moloch ensures any business will eventually go after any revenue stream, PR problems are secondary."

For open source project governance and technical steering committees that use voting, I am a big fan of Condorcet-IRV. I've written it into several governance docs. I was persuaded to it's value by a late night extended rant by Monty Taylor, who originally wrote it into the OpenStack bylaws.

“The life of every man is a diary in which he means to write one story, and writes another; and his humblest hour is when he compares the volume as it is with what he vowed to make it.” — J.M. Barrie

"Enclosing the commons" is going to be hilarious when it's Sol. But having our civ get to the point where we get to have that legal fight will mean We Are Winning.

Google kills Cloud Print service the same week they are announcing Google Stadia. I'm sure that is going to make it a lot easier to get game studios to bet their life on Google's commitment, grit, and attention span.

The day after I build a Google Cloud Print box, Google announces they are killing the service. I can think of 3 different ways to make truckloads of money operating Google Cloud Print.

"I'm not sure there are many touchier issues than being a foreign company from a superpower pushing opiates in China." apnews.com/3ff1dfa05dac46ebb26

RT @mcclure111@twitter.com

A long time ago— like 15 years ago— I worked at Sun Microsystems. The company was nearly dead at the time (it died a couple years later) because they didn't make anything that anyone wanted to buy anymore. So they had a lot of strange ideas about how they'd make their comeback.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mcclure111/status/

We have long past the point were we have to assume the null-hypothesis for any well-known social psychology "knowledge" is research fraud.

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