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Benjamin Lupton
@balupton
What are your thoughts on reignite/burnout.io#22
It would be great if OSMI and Prompt could move to an open-source crowd-sourced model like burnout.
It seems silly to me that they are curated closed listings. It seems counter-intuitive to helping the situation.
Seems funkatron is interested in improving the situation from his comment.

One idea that merges with reignite/burnout.io#6

Is that resources could be moved to YAML entries, so then other websites can then pull in the same resources, we can then go to adding tags to the resources, and other useful attributes.

Such as a date_added attribute.
For automatic sorting.
Perhaps attributes like:
  • exercept
  • title
  • url
  • author
  • author_url
  • tags
  • date_added
  • date_published
That should do the trick I’d imagine.
Maybe another one for “comment”
Thoughts?
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
Regarding #22, I really like the content they have, but I'm hesitant to call for a change without fully understanding the context. That's partially due to my desire to avoid anything that might be perceived as an attempt to suggest closed-source efforts are illegitimate or to generally attempt to force change and partially because I don't have the free cycles right now to see something like that through.
Benjamin Lupton
@balupton
Yeah, I share the same concern - perhaps hastely implying such an llegitamacy unfortunately :-/
I have time to do up such a thing if you are interested.
As we already do similar things for several websites my company runs.
So would be simple enough to do and maintain.
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
You are very welcome to pursue that option if you would like :)
I'll gladly help as I can
For #6, I do like the idea of using static source (e.g., YAML) for page generation. The attributes and the functionality that accompanies that ability (such as sorting) would be nice.
I'm a little unfamiliar with the options there, but it would also be nice to move away from dependency on the VPS I operate.
In other words, if I get hit by a bus win the lottery, it would be ideal if the site didn't depend on active maintenance on my part.
Benjamin Lupton
@balupton
hehehehe
yeah that’s my thinking for everything, I like the positive twist there
yeah, it was great what was accomplished with staticsitegenerators.net - before there would be several blog articles a week - “10 static site generators to try”, and whatnot - with that site, I collected a bunch of listings, got someone to consolidate them into a yaml file, merged the effort with an existing yaml file, and built a ssg to import the yaml file - it’s now the goto resource for that.
It’s fantastic when collaboration wins out.
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
Oh, interesting!
That's a neat resource.
Benjamin Lupton
@balupton
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
Thanks for writing that up! I think it's definitely a worthwhile idea. I'll think on it and watch the thread for now. :)
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
I'd like to hear what everyone has to say about #24. It's a bit of a change, but I think it's the right move.
Aaron Sachs
@asachs01
Hey all, hope everyone's had a great holiday. If you haven't yet, check out the new site. It's been migrated over to ReadTheDocs.
Aaron Sachs
@asachs01
Anyone at Scale14x this weekend?
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
Hey @AaronSachs, thanks for all you're doing!
I was following along with Scale14x a little bit: https://www.youtube.com/user/socallinuxexpo
Aaron Sachs
@asachs01
Heya @bemosior ! My pleasure :) It's a blast out here, and getting to meet a ton of amazing people. I happened to catch up with John Willis and talk to him about the project. He's in contact with Dr. Christina Maslach, who developed the maslach burnout inventory. There's talk about funding a large-scale study of burnout among the DevOps community.
If you've got any contacts who might be interested in getting the same distributed to any developer communities you and @balupton are connected with, it'd be great to get that up and running :)
Benjamin Lupton
@balupton
I’m able to start contributing again.

If you've got any contacts who might be interested in getting the same distributed to any developer communities you and @balupton are connected with, it'd be great to get that up and running :smile:

@AaronSachs what is this relating to exactly?

Aaron Sachs
@asachs01
@balupton it's to start doing an empirical study/measure of burnout among the dev/devops community. There was a survey that was done for infosec (http://slidegur.com/doc/19946/burnout)
So the idea would be to get a better data sample
as well as see where the dev/devops communities stand with regard to burnout
Benjamin Lupton
@balupton
@AaronSachs that’s a good idea, happy to help
Aaron Sachs
@asachs01
Hi all! Just checking in and see how everyone's doing. Seem's a bit quiet as of late.
SolveigBeyzaEvenstad
@SolveigEvenstad_twitter
Hello, I have read many interesting threads today about IT burnout in reddit. I am an ex-IT person who suffered from burnout and left the profession. I am now conducting research (PhD) on IT burnout. I would like to ask you two questions:
1) Is IT burnout increasing? Do you hear about more and more IT- people suffering from burnout? If, yes, why do you think is this happening? (PS! Besides organizational and job-related factors, please also discuss what changes there are at the macro-level, such as the challenges the industry is facing, etc.)
2) What kind of communicational issues are stressing IT-people so they end up with burnout? (PS! What I mean here is for instance the dialogue or perhaps the monologue from the boss which result in work overload; the impossibility of negotiating a lower workload, the hopeless user(s) who drain(s) your energy; colleagues who need "just 5 mins", etc. Also interesting is the organizational communication, "do more with less", etc. that stresses the whole organization. Last but not least, your inner-talk, the urge to be the hero, perfectionism, etc.).
Please, indicate clearly if you have experienced burnout yet or not. Thank you!
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
@SolveigEvenstad_twitter I think I'd be comfortable sharing my experiences privately. Do you have an email address or some other means? I also don't want to set a tone that might carry into others' potential responses. :)
Also hi, @asachs01. Sorry for the late response. Been so busy! :frowning:
SolveigBeyzaEvenstad
@SolveigEvenstad_twitter
Hi, I am sorry I couldn't answer immediately. Thank you very much for your response. My email is solveigevenstad@yahoo.no
By the way, I thank all of you in advance if you would like to send me your views :)
Benjamin Mosior
@bemosior
Writing up a response now. :)
Yuval Langer
@yuvallanger
WOAH