Up until a couple of years ago, I was becoming increasingly active in the illumos community. I’d given a talk on the subject at Triangle DevOps, and indeed my most popular entries on this blog tend to be the ones relating to SmartOS. But something happend in my professional career, a conflict of interests, that compelled me to pull back from that community for awhile. The conflict is now gone, and hot on the heels of illumos Day 2014, my interest is re-invigorated.… More illumos makes a comeback in the homelab
The other day I posted some thoughts on the absence of women in the illumos community. Let’s start the conversation about how to fix it.… More women in open source: revisited
#illumos: 4 years, 150 unique committers, 0 females. What are we going to do about it?… More the illumos number that bothers me (and what we need to do about it)
“We’re using a modified Kanban process.” I admit, I cringe when people say things like this. It normally says to me “I haven’t put much thought into my process or my workflow, but we’ve got a board with some columns on it and the work goes there.” In its simplest form, a Kanban gives you… More I Kanban. So Kanyou.
I’d been neglecting opportunities to work in my homelab for awhile so that I might take advantage of a bit of a creative streak and shoot some photography. That’s probably been satisfied, for a little while anyway, so I’ve spent much of this long weekend tinkering in the homelab.