Welp, looks like I'm part of a round of layoffs. If anyone out there's is hiring, or has leads, I'm on the market. I'm specifically looking for a remote, backend-focused senior position at a mission-driven company. My last ~10 years has been in fintech, but anything trying to make the world a better place is interesting to me.

Use of Lisp, Rust, or some other interesting language is a big plus.


Boosts appreciated! #fedihired

If you're curious about the origins of Plausible and how we built a $1M ARR open source SaaS, we've published all the significant steps and milestones starting from when the first line of code was written.


Dropwizard 2.0.30 was missing the generated #SBOM|s for the official Dropwizard modules.

If you need the generated SBOMs for Dropwizard, please use Dropwizard 2.0.31.

Release notes: github.com/dropwizard/dropwiza
Discussion: github.com/dropwizard/dropwiza

Dropwizard Metrics 4.2.10 has been released with a few dependency updates and improvements.

With this release, we are publishing #SBOM|s (via #CycloneDX) for each module.

Release notes: github.com/dropwizard/metrics/
Discussion: github.com/dropwizard/metrics/

OK! Here's the job post! transparentclassroom.com/devel

- Ruby (Rails) + JavaScript (React) mostly
- 16~32 hours per week, your discretion.
- $66.10~$96.14/hr (With a cap of $120k/yr; so 24 hours/wk at top-end)
- Building software that's used in classrooms around the world to nurture self-actualization from an early age.

It's a ~10 person collectively-managed team that is carefully, intentionally, and deliberately moving towards being a worker #coop.


Dropwizard 2.1.0-beta.8 has been released. This is hopefully one of the last beta releases.

We've added a bunch of features, bug fixes, and deprecated some classes which will be removed in Dropwizard 3.0.0.

Please send us your feedback at github.com/dropwizard/dropwiza

Release notes:

Dropwizard Metrics 4.2.9 has been released on March 9, 2022 with a bunch of dependency updates.

Release notes:

Dropwizard Metrics 4.1.31 has been released on March 9, 2022 with a bunch of dependency updates.

Release notes:

Purism's President, Kyle Rankin shares his vision for the future. If you have ideas on areas you’d like to see us focus on in the future, please let us know at feedback@puri.sm. Here is the full post 🌎 🚀 puri.sm/posts/a-vision-in-focu

We are sharing the love you, with $200 off. Starting today, buy your Librem 14 lower price, till stocks last. Shop now 💕 shop.puri.sm/shop/librem-14/

Jepsen's latest distributed systems safety report covers Radix DLT 1.0-beta.35.1 through 1.0.2. We found stale, aborted, and intermediate reads, as well as the partial or total loss of committed transactions. Transactions could also hang indefinitely.


#Mastodon's first annual report! Read about our financials, accomplishments, and plans. Available under:


I’m looking forward to the day when I no longer need to rely on LinkedIn, Twitter and GitHub for my career. I’ve found lots of great job opportunities off of LinkedIn but I doom scroll way to often.

I AM in a Beginning!


I have open sourced both my SaaS web apps & gifted to the public domain!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Years!

I love you all!


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