Excitement (noun): the ironic form of "dread", often felt by system operators when half the HDDs go "Bye-bye" part way through kernel updates for no apparent reason, leading to multiple VMs going off-line.
Clench (verb): what multiple bodily sphincters do as the BIOS us checked for disc presence and kernel images reinstalled in an attempt to recover the VMs.
Back-up (verb): what is done before anything else goes wrong.
New 50p coin, get yours for 40p, worth 30p...
I found this cat gif hilarious.
Well...that was a fraught upgrade. Node was out of date, Ruby was out of date, Yarn Bundler had a version chance that broke bits. ARGH!
But we are here, rocking 2.6.5 goodness.
I wasn't worried, I have back-ups, but can't wait to shift this lot into Docker!
Food of the gods (and my childhood) from Locavore, Glasgow. #food
If I don't laugh, I'll cry. #brexit
Your project is stalled and in danger of crashing, do you:
1. Throw more resources at the problem;
2. Arrange an extension/cancellation; or
3. Go on holiday?
This greatly depends on whether or not you're a Westminster MP.
Tories found in contempt of parliament. Get it right up ye, you poverty punishing shitebags.
Coder, Dog Wrangler, Hiker, GNU/Linux Botherer, Martial Artist, Motorcyclist.
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For the sake of the admins' sanities, registration is not open.