https://twitter.com/N_Waters89/status/1267449658458214403 - posting this without checking whether the Bellingcat reporter really reported 92 incidents of police violence agains journalists…
In https://deniseyu.io/2020/05/23/habits-of-high-performing-teams.html (via HN), communicating generously is the one I like most to apply/when it is applied.
"assume your peer is a competent, intelligent, reasonable person who is asking a question because they’re lacking context, that they’ve already attempted to procure on their own."
GitHub published a deep dive on a golang bug. Much more interesting than the java things I deal with for work. What overlaps? The usage of application performance metrics. https://github.blog/2020-05-20-three-bugs-in-the-go-mysql-driver/
Just learned about rectangle – an open source window snapping app for OS X https://github.com/rxhanson/Rectangle
Higher education has been forced to move fully online without an exit plan. This opinion piece points out that this makes the results of the misaligned incentives for educational institutions more pressing & asks for answers from OC&W
I like this New York Times front-page data-visualisation…
Jittered violin plots on nrc.nl (https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2020/04/27/waarom-rutte-zo-voorzichtig-is-de-epidemie-laat-zich-lastig-meten-a3996722): Would they have chosen these because they are much more intuitive than boxplots?
I tested this using the invalid prefixed announced by cloudflare (https://blog.cloudflare.com/is-bgp-safe-yet-rpki-routing-security-initiative/) and did pings from the consumer networks using RIPE Atlas (results: https://atlas.ripe.net/measurements/24907077/#!probes)
I just checked what Dutch ISPs use RPKI validation (https://isbgpsafeyet.com/) and was amazed: Some do (XS4ALL, SURFnet), those of the majority of users do not (e.g. KPN, Ziggo, T-Mobile Thuis, …)
I made a quick chart based on stichting NICE data (with pandas/altair/jupyter lab) that I could not find for the Netherlands: cumulative outcome after n days.
…but there is much more potential for visualizations.
Just found out [parts of] the dutch government are working on a shared user experience structure and will likely open it up. Sounds (re-)usable! https://designsystem.gebruikercentraal.nl
A real world example: properly salted hashes that leak (https://www.rtlnieuws.nl/tech/artikel/5095321/covid19-alert-datalek-crypto-digibyte-coronavirus-ministerie-app) can be leaked if users have bad passwords
After 3 clicks I'm no longer sure open-source would give me more confidence in the apps…
It feels very ad hoc. When the adoption rate of a system is essential, trust in the systems implementation is crucial. This concept deserves better/a do-over, such as called for by https://twitter.com/WilmaH/status/1251137532751941633 et al
I thought I heard the COVID-19 tracking apps in the Netherlands would be open source but I can not spot it in the tender (https://www.tenderned.nl/tenderned-tap/aankondigingen/192421)... Did I make it up, or am I overlooking it?
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