Weekly tweet digest for 2010-10-24

  • Looking forward to dinner with @mildwail after a long day of auditing init scripts on two different platforms for 4 versions of postgres. :( #
  • Jimmy McMillan is my hero. #
  • "a tremendous lack of clarity surrounding what’s actually involved in submitting a talk to a conference." http://post.ly/15dqw -@rmurphey #
  • #jqcon post from @rmurphey reminds me of this: http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/hist_texts/structurelessness.html #
  • I laugh every time @mildwail greets me with "double rainbow, omg". #
  • Making way to sunnyvale from sfo… #
  • Lame. 45 min wait for caltrain. Ads urging me to txt FAST not helping. #
  • Experiencing http://booki.cc for the first time with Adam Hyde and book sprinters #gsoc #
  • OMG. DOUBLE HYPHENS /cc @po8 @jenred @jenred #
  • The road to the tshirt http://www.flickr.com/photos/selenamarie/5102973079/ #
  • Book headed to the printer today. We'll bind copies ourselves at the party! http://www.booki.cc/gsocstudentguide/_v/1.0/_full/ #
  • Reading this database management book feels like a good trip to church. Finding myself saying "AMEN, BROTHER!" after a drive cache sermon. #
  • OH: is haskell a good teaching lang? All I know is, the haskell guy isn't the guy you want to be stuck with at the party. #
  • Think about where your *users* are and that's where your project should become a non-profit, not necessarily your devs. #gsoc -@bkuhn #
  • The IRS is making it harder for software development collectives to become 501(c)3. Contact SFLC if you're being questioned. #gsoc #
  • Elevator pitch: 501(c)(3) central purpose is to educate the public, and producing free software educates the next generation #gsoc #
  • in the git migration talk, taking notes: https://gsoc-wiki.osuosl.org/index.php/GitMigration #gsoc #
  • Flip bits not burgers http://flic.kr/p/8MuiwE #
  • Lovely evening at #gsoc talking free software, chocolate, foss in africa and trolling. #