I prefer got to axios (and request, fetch): https://github.com/sindresorhus/got. I find the api cleaner (although that’s a matter of taste) and it’s built with typescript in mind.
Need: quick diagramming
Other programs I’ve tried: draw.io, miro
Miro is great for involved, collaborative diagramming with a team when you want to build out a design or idea in great detail, but sometimes you just want to quickly sketch something that looks good and share it with a co-worker.
My go-to software for this is excalidraw. It’s limited to shapes, lines, and text (no fancy UML), but if that’s all you need to get your idea across it’s extremely quick and easy to use.
Software: yabai + skhd
Need: window management for mac
Other programs I’ve tried: Spectacle, BetterSnapTool
If you’re from a linux background and looking for an i3-like experience to manage your windows on macos, this (combination of) software is the best solution I’ve found. The other programs I’ve tried for this on mac are desktop apps, but yabai and skhd are configured in plaintext and are much more powerful and customizable.
Note: The yabai readme mentions a need to disable system integrity protection, but I have never done this and I can still resize/move windows just fine.
Thanks for sharing this. When I was studying theology, I most enjoyed learning about the first and second century communities that circulated the gospels, and that was because of points like the one you’ve raised (although I wasn’t familiar with “praus”). It’s a shame most of it never made it into church when I was a kid! The messaging of those early communities and the messaging of modern churches are very different.
Also, there’s a difference between not standing up for yourself and not standing up for others. In my understanding only the former is considered a virtue.
I think that’s correct, but also I think if you practise not standing up for yourself enough, it will spill over into not standing up for others. I’m not yet clear on how I’d want to make that argument though.
Why did you pick youth school disattendance as your subject in the first place?
Because this is already being done, just on a much smaller scale. ‘Fridays for Future’ has that name because some students decided to start taking Fridays off and protest instead.
It would take all of an hour
If you have time to share, I’ll read it!
And the most important prediction (which you don’t give, but should): less than 0.02 that this will actually happen
That’s an interesting question for sure, I haven’t thought much about it. However, I would argue ‘could something like this be incentivised’, and ‘would strikers have leverage to actually achieve anything’ are separate questions. I’m personally more interested in question two.
I’m guessing students would probably demand goals in line with IPCC recommendations.
Hi anon03, I tried to make this post less ‘how can I help’, and more ‘what would happen if X’. I think politics/political organizing is off-topic for LW, but trying to model or forecast how future events might play out seemed like fair game, and I’m pretty curious about how this kind of action might go. That’s why this piece doesn’t talk about goals or planning.(For what it’s worth, I’m not a student, and I’m not currently involved in any organizing, but I donate 10% of my salary, roughly 3% to animal welfare, 3% to global development (both EA funds), and 3% to climate initiatives).