I’ve been doing a lot of writing elsewhere of late. Some links:
- I’ve written a fair amount in the past year for the Tidelift blog, most recently on the EU’s Cyber Resiliency Act and what it might mean for open source.
- I wrote last week at opensource.com; the latest in a now multi-year series on board candidates in elections for the Open Source Initiative.
- I have a newsletter on the intersection of open and machine learning at openml.fyi. It is fun!
- I’ve moved to the fediverse for most of my social media—I’m social.coop/@luis_in_brief (and you can subscribe to this blog via the fediverse at @lu.is/@admin).
I don’t love (mostly) leaving Twitter; as I’ve said a few times, the exposure to different people there helped make me a better person. But one of my primary political concerns is the rise of fascism in the US, and that absolutely includes Elon and the people who enable him. I can’t quit cold-turkey; unfortunately, too many things I care about (or need to follow for work) haven’t left. But I can at least sleep well.