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Feb 25, 2024: Finished reading: The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick 📚 I enjoyed it and at the same time, found it not engaging at all. The amount of work …

Feb 17, 2024: Asking ChatGPT for help - Using cups in the kitchen I don’t understand cups, but I have a set of them. The recipe says 100ml of olive oil, so I asked for help: Conversion Challenge: Cups to Milliliters …

Feb 4, 2024: 🏃 Llanera 10k 2024 First race of the year! Official time 50:21 (for some reason my watch tracked 9.95km but it was not an official regulated track so it kinda makes …

Dec 31, 2023: 🏃 Two races in one day. Personal PR in the first one. Good way to end the year.

Dec 29, 2023: Linkblogging · Indie Microblogging I find this section of the Indie Microblogging book quite interesting. I never stopped to think about the …

Dec 29, 2023: Shared post - Mozilla 2023 Annual Report: CEO pay skyrockets, while Firefox Marketshare nosedives Earlier this year, Mozilla laid out their vision …

Dec 24, 2023: 🏃a new humble personal best

Dec 20, 2023: Go 1.22 in Fedora 40 If everything goes as planned, Fedora 40 will have Go 1.22. Go 1.22 is planned for February 2024, and Fedora 40 around April 2024. I’ve been …

Dec 19, 2023: Bash and Toolbox I don’t do this anymore, as I explain a little down. I use Toolbox a lot, like every single day. And I have a very minimal bash prompt (just $ …

Dec 18, 2023: A rabbit hole I didn’t ask for but I’m totally willing to go in: Ishkur’s Guide to Electronic Music 🎵

Dec 15, 2023: I find myself with a little bit of time to unwind alone this night and I feel like I should be doing stuff before relaxing. For once, I am gonna force …

Dec 14, 2023: I wrote a blog post in the Red Hat Developers blog. How to improve Go FIPS test coverage with Packit.

Dec 14, 2023: 🏃early morning run

Dec 13, 2023: Bundling Delve on Fedora TL;DR: Delve now has bundle dependencies. While working on integrating Delve with Packit, I found myself trying to fix some dependencies again. This …

Dec 13, 2023: This was a book difficult to get. Codes and Ciphers, by Alexander D’Agapeyeff.

Dec 13, 2023: Mastodon migration I think I migrated my Mastodon account to my page (on purpose). The why? Not sure. I’m not too fond of cross-posting for some reason, and I am …

Dec 3, 2023: I good reminder about how to set priorities, no matter if you use GTD or not. Episode #234: Setting Priorities - Getting Things Done®

Nov 28, 2023: 🍿 Wish (2023). The image is outstanding. The plot is not bad, but nothing special. A nice Disney movie overall.

Nov 28, 2023: Just found focus.nvim. It resizes automatically the split views. Which is nice for me because I zoom in and out my terminal constantly.

Nov 28, 2023: I’m wondering if I should start writing small posts instead of the weekly notes (I have been busy and didn’t feel like I wanted to write …

Nov 15, 2023: Every single time I take a screenshot, it is because I want to share it. To make things faster, I execute this Python script from my i3 to put it in …

Oct 23, 2023: Weeknotes #8 This past week has been slow. Half of it was me reading emails after a week of traveling (sometimes I wonder why we take time off), and the other half …

Oct 15, 2023: Weeknotes #7: Munich edition This was a weird week. I planed to write a daily note of my trip to Munich but I got COVID. Saturday Traveling from Asturias to Munich is quite easy. …

Oct 8, 2023: Weeknotes #6 Short notes this time, but it is better short than nothing. Go FIPS I continued working on benchmarking the CGO calls, but suddenly, something shiner …

Sep 29, 2023: Weeknotes #5 After several months without writing, I’m here again. As I clearly don’t remember everything I did these past months, let me go through …

Sep 26, 2023: Quick minor update These last months, I’ve been disconnected from the world on purpose—more than usual. I’ll share the updates in the next weeknotes post. …

Apr 24, 2023: Weeknotes #4 It was a pleasant, productive week. One of those weeks where nothing closed up, but you touched several things that, at least for a little, moved the …

Apr 16, 2023: Weeknotes #3 This week has been boring. Very little to talk about in the public space. Not every week is a good week. Delve I am still working on the final notes …

Apr 9, 2023: Weeknotes #2 Thursday and Friday were national holidays, so it was a short working week. Fedora Delve There was a new release, but I needed more time to update it. …

Apr 2, 2023: Weeknotes #1 Since joining Red Hat in 2019, I’ve been sending weekly email reports. At first, I found the process odd. But it has grown on me. These are the …

Feb 17, 2023: FOSDEM 23 I need to confess something. I was surprised to find out how big FOSDEM is. I was aware of its relevance, but seeing it in first person is …

Nov 22, 2022: Naming folders in VSCode workspaces For my packaging work in Fedora, CentOS and RHEL, I use VSCode as my main editor. And more often than not, I find myself working on a bug that …

Nov 17, 2022: To Do I love TODO comments. And also FIXME comments. Well, I love any piece of non-code text that helps me with my tasks. I know some people consider them …

Nov 16, 2022: Build Your Own RPM Package With a Sample Go Program This post was originally published on Red Hat Developer. To read the original post, visit Build your own RPM package with a sample Go program. A …

Nov 4, 2022: Where are all the branches?! Recently I started using gh for working with my forks. Before that I used to add the remotes manually. When cloning a fork, gh adds the original …

Oct 30, 2022: Freed

Mr. Elon Musk now owns Twitter, Inc., which makes many people angry. I think I’m mad too, but after pausing to think about my feelings since the …

May 9, 2021: Testing Fedora packages in Toolbox This is just the usual Fedora testing workflow but with a container in the middle, so nothing really relevant, to be honest. I made a massive mistake …

May 8, 2021: Hello world I like blogs. In this day and age of quick and short messages, I think they still have their place. Often, when documentation doesn’t cut it, a …