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OpenStreetMap, the free and editable map of the whole world is celebrating its 12th year with 2.94 million enthusiastic community mappers around the world. The map has been constructed with around...
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It’s common to feel imposter syndrome when you’re learning something new, because you don’t yet feel competent. And in programming, that happens all the time. 
Feeling like everyone is a better software developer than you and that someday you'll be found out? You're not alone.
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From my talk last night for the Reliability Engineering Meetup hosted at Facebook:
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so I wrote up my thoughts on this whole #snappy thing long-form:

https://www.happyassassin.net/2016/06/16/on-snappy-and-flatpak-business-as-usual-in-the-canonical-propaganda-department/

summary: snappy is +Canonical's attempt to build an app-store like mechanism for Linux. It is not remotely 'done' yet, in the sense their PR claims it is. It does not have anything like the cross-distribution buy-in their PR heavily claims it has. It is not going to replace apt or dnf. The packages for other distributions are half-assed and have half the claimed features of snappy disabled. Canonical made no bona fide attempt to build consensus behind their system before issuing a press release claiming it was all ready to take over the world. There is a competing system, #flatpak , which arguably has greater cross-distro buy-in at this point (though really, neither system has any significant support outside of its sponsors). But sure, aside from that, it's all true!
NOTE: this post is entirely personal. The opinions are my own and do not represent Fedora or Red Hat. The facts, however, are all 100% truthy.. You may have read some stuff this week about an application delivery mechanism called Snappy and how it's going to unite all distributions and kill ...
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PING www.v6.facebook.com (2a03:2880:20:8f08:face:b00c:0:1)

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