Somehow my being a nice/courteous guy puts me in jeopardy of losing my job. Not the best working environment guys.
I still find it baffling that CEO's of companies will enforce policies that directly poison the working relationship with their competing companies. I understand that it's a cutthroat market, but it's always interesting to me that by taking an extra 2 minutes and working nicely with that same company I can get 10x more work done than my coworkers who follow the policies of being jerks to them...
To be fair there's no reason either of us should be writing an apache config file for our web server... But somehow we still got asked to do it.
I noticed a weird issue with my Zorin Gnome desktop, if I set my voip client window to "Always on Visible Workspace" but then I spawn a child window from it and use that window at all it removes the setting from the parent window. :\
Every time I make/receive a call I have to re-add the setting to the window. I wonder if there's anyway to force this setting to always-on?
It's no wonder why printers are such a massive pain in the ass.
My coworker also think this would allow posting live NodeRed configuration to Blockstack as a public zone file to become a really easy way to share and cache configurations.
Why doesn't NodeRed support exporting your configuration as a template with setup? Like allow labeling sensetive fields so they're stripped out before exporting and the user is prompted to replace them during import.
This would make sharing production-grade flows much easier. No more replacing everything with example.com and user/password.
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