@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ technical decisions, and things to install, services to provide, etc etc
## So, who actually did this?
I can tell you from personal experience with thunix, that I went through
these same steps. Some questions were pre-answered since I essential
these same steps. Some questions were pre-answered since I essentially
took the reins from an already existing project.
Why? I felt I had a lot of experience to lend to the community. My
@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ chat, but there are other tools for that sort of thing. But,
nonetheless, experience I have, and decentralization is what I wanted to
bring. I also wanted to give users a place to play with what a CI/CD
environment is like, and as such, we designed thunix to be built and
maintained in a devops manner: Users and administrators work hand in
maintained in a devops manner: users and administrators work hand in
hand to build the system.
How? My job pays well enough that I have some disposable income, on a