Jeremy Garcia, Jono Bacon, and Stuart Langridge present Bad Voltage, in which there is more GDPR but not as much as there is on every website everywhere, there is discussion of rolling pins which is probably taking the retro- technology trend a bit too far, and:
- [00:01:49] News: Python community generally feel that having no leader is gonna be OK, at least for now; Bad Voltage team say, this is our sceptical face … Facebook to start reviewing people on their "trustworthiness"; also debates changing logo to a black pot surrounded by 2.2 billion kettles … and London "fake news is not our friend" FB ads get "adapted" by Protest Stencil to say "it's our business model" … the FBI decide they can solve crimes by just demanding Google tell them everyone who was nearby at the time; Google say: pull the other one, J. Edgar, it's got bells on … and according to the Verge, $1000 phones have become normal, although it's not clear anyone knows what normal is, these days …
- [00:40:25] Slack. What is it good for? There are companies with a three-person team all in the same room who communicate through a Slack with six channels, and there are some trying to run a 10,000+ people community through it (or deliberately stopping doing so). What's it supposed to be for? And is it succeeding? Has it stopped being trendy now, or are these merely growing pains?
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