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keita
    Tokyo Olympics is going to be a huge mess, and it’s still 5 years away.
    keita
      @matigo After 5 days of silence, that’s what you choose to repost? Heh.
      keita
        @remino Yup. This is why the elevator at Yotsuya goes REALLY REALLY REALLY slow and says it’s only for 4 people. I mean, molasses is slower, even when it’s frozen.
        keita
          In other news, my legs are so tired from carrying around a baby up and down lots of stairs.
          keita
            “Accessibility?” – the designers of almost every train station in Tokyo. Where is the elevator? Hidden back in a corner. 60% of the time, there _is no_ elevator.
            keita
              @height8 what’s new in 7.1?
              keita
                @jws yes. IAM makes this pretty easy. Never ever put your root access keys anywhere, too. @0xmf
                keita
                  @0xmf yeah, that’s what env vars are for. Rule of thumb: never ever put sensitive config in git. It stays there forever, and you’ll have to rebuild the repo to get it out completely.
                  keita
                    I suppose I’ll have to go belt shopping sometime soon. It ran out of holes. :(
                    keita
                      @cgiffard Hopefully you get someone experienced in WebGL…
                      keita
                        @cgiffard Yeah — when you’re under time pressure, it’s always a good idea to stick to what you know.
                        keita
                          @0xmf @gtwilson why do you use Free over Open?
                          keita
                            @0xmf Apparently it isn’t, but will be up to date when 5.8 is released. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9801314
                            keita
                              @0xmf heh. Ok. I'll check later.
                              keita
                                @0xmf that's always good. :)
                                keita
                                  I do most of my AWS scripting in Ruby just because the AWS SDK is regularly updated. I could write one in Elixir, but why do that if the Ruby one works without any problems?