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hi im grits :) usa, she/her
i like bugs and shiny things and good craftsmanship
but most of all i love computers and i write software for a living so that's lucky i suppose :)

i also love languages (like, human ones, not just programming languages!) and im learning german and korean so if you speak either of those please help me learn! and forgive my terrible grammar :o

anyway feel free to chat w me im just here for the vibes heh

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you dont understand mom i NEED to build a mechanical heart to power the vessel of god

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A popsocket I made a couple of years ago because I couldn’t find any that fit the red and black aesthetic of my phone lmao #mastoart

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theyll never expect my password to be one character over and over again

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Reminder that rainbow LEDs in your pc do nothing to increase performance! If you want a better pc, put that money towards single color lighting, as each one has a different effect on pc performance. Blue helps cool the tower, red makes it run faster but hotter, and green gives you health regen. DON'T FALL FOR RAINBOW LEDs

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cant wait till people start calling $ a cashtag

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The Thunderbird team is growing! We're looking for a few experienced engineers -- who love open source and open standards -- to help us take Thunderbird to even greater heights!

*SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER
*THUNDERBIRD BUILD & RELEASE ENGINEER
*SOFTWARE ENGINEER x2

All of our current openings are remote, full-time positions. See all the details and learn how to apply here: thunderbird.net/en-US/careers/

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free speech isnt important beause i dont have anything to say

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I just noticed "foreach" on npm is controlled by a single maintainer.

I also noticed they let their personal email domain expire, so I bought it before someone else did.

I now control "foreach" on NPM, and the 36826 projects that depend on it.

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seeking advice for js + git 

If I'm making a (private) :javascript: #JavaScript library which is then processed using #Gulp, #Babel, etc., should I commit the final compiled version in :git: version control or not?

Right now, I've set up a postinstall hook so which automatically runs babel on my `src/` and generates a usable `lib/` wherever the module is installed—thereby minimising version control, but adding more to the build time 🕐

#Git #HelpWanted

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open source maintainers are a national treasure istg... i get tired after reviewing one (1) pull request at work, how do they do it

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it's a rainy saturday, time to huddle indoors and eat eggs

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