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Talking about The Challenge of Emotional Labor in Open Source Communities with @agentrickard #DrupalCon2019 #DrupalCon
If we have an overly broad definition, the term loses meaning. Picture of slide and quote “the term’s expansiveness provided a convenient out of the conversation. After all, if everything is emotional labor, then nothing is, right?”
Important concepts in emotional labor - display rules and surface acting. Slide defining display rules and surface acting.
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Time for my semi-annual pre-#DrupalCon informal poll: If you're still on #Drupal 7 and haven't moved to 8 yet, what's holding you back? (Please RT.)
Important clarification, I guess. Trying to convert this into some kind of workable plan, so the more specific/actionable the feedback, the better. (For example, Module Foo didn't have a D8 release vs. "contrib wasn't ready"; Migration blew up on X thing vs. "hard to upgrade")
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Fionta and ECP talk about caring for a large website. #19ntcsustainweb #19ntc
@EnterpriseNow is a large #Drupal website but session takeaways are for all.
Know your site’s goals and track them. Know your audience and their goals. How do you quantify success? #19ntcsustainweb
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A friend recently asked me why I'm so adamant that a #callforpapers must have a #diversity #inclusion section. Wouldn't a blind, merit-based selection process lead to better content? They were convinced by my answer, which I share here. Thread:
#webdev #tech #drupal #drupaleurope
Consider three sessions covering the same broad subject area. Speaker A's proposal is short and only covers the basics. Speaker B's proposal contains spelling and grammatical errors and unconventional English. Speaker C's proposal is well-written, comprehensive, and in-depth. 1/
Speaker A is a woman who has #impostorsyndrome and is harassed by anonymous men on Twitter who belittle her decade-long expertise. She writes a short and basic proposal because she is no longer confident in her skill. Speaker C is a man whose expertise is seldom questioned. 2/
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In-depth analysis of Georgia's INsecure voter registration system run by Kennesaw State University (where Newt Gingrich taught). Reminder that KSU deleted election server files (including backup) after being sued in 2017
#RussianHacking @McClatchyDC mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-…
Then Secretary of State Brian Kemp, now GOP nominee for governor, "still maintains Georgia’s system is secure."

It was so wide open that "Google had stored links to some Center documents." Accessible: 15-GB of confidential material, including voter data and system passwords
>> Logan Lamb, a young online security researcher for Bastille Networks, visited the Election Center’s website in August 2016 and found he could easily download 6.7 million voter registration records.
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#Coinhive found on the website of the San Diego Zoo (@sandiegozoo) in the latest high-profile case of #cryptojacking.
How did it get there? @ninoseki shares the details here:
As for why did it happen, we can clearly see the site is running an outdated (vulnerable) version of #Drupal.
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