Or whatever you celebrate this season.
After just shy of 6 years I’m afraid my time here has come to an end.
This has been a dream job for me, in no small part due to the people
I’ve gotten to work with and call my friends.
So thanks to all of you, especially the oft-renamed team that for now is
called system enablement. It has been an absolute pleasure and I hope to
see you again.
I meant every word of it.
As it stands I’m on the lookout for some new challenges, but first I think I’ll take a few days and enjoy the extra time with my family.
As I drag my slowly decaying husk to work every day I’ll have a couple of new reminders of that and how much I have to be thankful for.
In the 1940s, inventor Maiju Gebhard calculated that the average household spent almost 30,000 hours washing and drying dishes over the course of a lifetime. Machines take less time but still require loading and unloading, cost money and occupy quite a bit of kitchen real estate. Sink-side racks add labor and clutter while taking up space
This + a toddler = secure password generator.
Right now you can run snaplint against your snapcraft project directory
and it will scan the
prime subdirectory for the following things:
- copyright (basically that you included
- developer cruft (things like header and object files or static libs
that might have made their way into your snap)
- libraries (examine the ELF files in your snap and look for libraries
which aren’t used)
The next things I’m planning on adding are:
- checking for copyright info from apps/parts themselves.
- checking for mixing of incompatible licenses
I would love to hear suggestions on further improvements.
You can find the source at https://github.com/ssweeny/snaplint
And, of course if you’re running Ubuntu 16.04 or later you can try it on your own machine with:
$ snap install snaplint
$ snaplint path/to/your/project
Friend link thingy is here, if you’re into that sort of thing.
On a related note, last night I finished Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie, which is the third book in a mind-bending and ultimately very rewarding trilogy. Highly recommended.
Basically A New New Hope
But better this time
Based on what is on the butt
Today: rock guitar