These days, public discussion can seem really difficult and painful. Trolls making deliberately destructive comments, exaggerated dramatic statements and even abuse seems common, whether the discussion is online or in-person.
Many of us have experienced real pain and suffering in these discussions. How can we stop it?
Individuals and communities can take action to keep honest and valuable discussions from degenerating into useless drama. In this talk, Ruth shares ideas for managing your own perceptions of what is happening in a rancorous conversation. She shares a framework that enables you and your communities to vaccinate your discussions against trolls and drama, reclaiming useful public discourse for us all.
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I mean, can you get it any more WRONG?! The juvenile logo and awful color scheme of the website. The Christmas release that isn't all release-like. Version 6.c? Why not 6.0? What's with the whole "language" and "compiler" distinctions no one cares about? Why is the first stable release of the compiler not optimized to the max? And why is it called "Perl" in the first place? They should rename it!!
Too little, too late. Is there a need for a new Perl? No, of course not. What is it good for? Nothing. What is its business case? None! What's Perl 6's "Killer App"? Non-existent. Why in the world would anyone use Perl 6?!
Clojars is a dead easy community repository for
open source Clojure libraries.
Welcome to the community-driven documentation site for the Clojure programming language.