If I'm ever hiring someone by reviewing their Github profile, I'm going to look through comments that they leave on other projects first.
It tells you a lot more about the person than the code that they list tells you about their skill level.
This surprisingly interesting post brought to you by "issues" on OS projects with cursing in the title. Then getting pointed out by multiple people that it's free to them. Then saying that they're also entitled to complain when they don't like how something works.
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