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#strategy2022

A lot of this can be extrapulated from this post I made about a month ago. tl;dr: my new job is very stressfull at times and don't have a good headspace to do hands on coding work after hours. I would like to find a better mechanism for this because I do actually miss it but right now I don 't know what that might look like.

What I would like to help with is:

  • questions about the stack in general
  • maybe a bit of review for new concepts or contributions (that worked quite nicely with @cblgh recently)
  • answer questions about the not so obvious state of the different parts of #go-ssb
  • I did tell @andrestaltz that I plan to help with maintainance of go-ssb-room

but again, all of that is kinda blocked by the first paragraph... :-/

Btw, the job is working for https://fabcity.hamburg and is also mentioned by %2Ab1cjG... - I do like the work, even though it's quite different from what I expected. It just takes a lot of my energy.

ps: please excuse me being late. I was down with a fever and also had trouble with my client software.

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@cryptix,

my new job is very stressfull at times and don’t have a good headspace to do hands on coding work after hours.

Your wellbeing is more important than coding. Please, don't feel pressured to code. Being around SSB in a fun way, without expectations of coding does wonders to ones peace of mind :-)

Happy that you're enjoying your new job, even if it ended up being quite different than you expected. Hope you feel better soon, fevers suck.

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