Ko Tīrau o Haratua.

I te tōmuri te pahi i te ata, nō reira, i whakarongo ahau ki te punuapaoho nei:

taringapodcast.com/e/taringa-e

Tino rawe te punuapaoho! Kei te rata ahau te wānanga o ngā taura.


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punuapaoho - podcast
Kei te rata ahau te wānanga o ngā taura - I particularly like the bit about the ropes.

Ko tēnei te rā tekau mā rua o ngā rā o Mei o te tau e rua mano e rua tekau mā tahi.

Ko Whīro o Haratua

Ināianei, kei te tau ahau i te pō nei. I mua tata atu, i te hūrangi ahau, nā te mea te raru o te rā. Kei te okioki ahau akuanei.

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I mua tata atu - just before
hūrangi - unsettled
raru - trouble
okioki - rest

Ko mutuwhenua o Paengawhāwhā

Kei te mutu te marama i te wā nei. Āpōpō, ka tīmata te marama o Haratua. Kei te tata te tau hou, ā, ko te pō mārie.

facebook.com/Livingbythestars/

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Haratua - the 12th lunar month.
tata - close
te tau hou - the new year

I tērā ahiahi, i whakapōtae ahau i te akoranga 'He Pī Ka Rere'. Kei te harikoa ahau mō Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Kia kaha te reo Māori. I te pai ahau i te kite ngā hoa tauira.

twoa.ac.nz/
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whakapōtae - graduated
He Pī Ka Rere - Level 3/4 course in Te Reo Māori

Ko te Tangāroa-whakapau o te Paengawhāwhā

He whakataukī rongonui - Kitea ai ngā tāonga o te moana, me mākū koe. Kua ako ahau i ēnei kupu whakahirahira. Ka ako whakataukī ahau - He waka eke noa.

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whakataukī - cultural saying, proverb
Kitea ai ngā tāonga o te moana, me mākū koe. - If you want to see the gifts of the sea, you'd better get wet.
He waka eke noa. - we're all in this together.

Ko te Tangaroa-ā-mua o te Paengawhāwhā

Kātahi anō ahau ka kite ki ēnei whakairinga rangitaki mīharo mō Devops: eiara.nz/posts/

Kei te rata ahau i te whakaaro o Aurynn. Tino pai tāu mahi!


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I hope I said:

I've only just seen these awesome blog posts about Devops. I like Aurynn's thoughts on this topic. Great work!

Ko te korekore te piri ki Tangāroa o Paengawhāwhā

I mahi ahau ki tōku kāinga i te rā. I te mauiui tāku tamaiti i te rā nei. I te tākoro ia i ānā tūporo.


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Kei te kite ahau hoki i tēnei rangitaki i tēnei rā - I found this blog today too: domesticscene.wordpress.com/20
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mauiui - sick, unwell
tūporo - lego
rangitaki - blog

I te rā nei, I haere au ki te Pōneke. I tākoro māua ko tāku tama i te 'Commander'. I te tākoro te tama i te wā roa! Nō reira, he tuarua ia!


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I te rā nei - today
tākoro - play
tuarua - second place (in this context)

Ko te Korekore te Rāwea o Paengawhāwhā

I tūtaki ahau i te rōpū Kai Kōrero i te rā nei. I hīkoi mātou ki te Pari-ā-rua. I kōrero mātou i te reo Māori.

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mātou - we (not including the listener/reader)
te rā nei - today
Pari-ā-rua - The name "Porirua" has a Māori origin: it may represent a variant of pari-rua ("two tides"), a reference to the two arms of the Porirua Harbour. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porirua

Ko te Oike o te Paengawhāwhā

I pānui ahau i te hono nei inapō:

wired.co.uk/article/maori-lang

Ki tōku whakaaro, ko te kaupapa rahi. Kei te āwhinatia ahau e ngā tuhinga o Karaitiana Taiuru mō ēnei kaupapa:

taiuru.maori.nz/


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pānui - read
hono - link
inapō - last night
kaupapa rahi - important topic
tōku whakaaro - my thought
āwhinatia - helpful

Ko Takirau o te Paengawhāwhā

Kua mutu o te akomanga mō tēnei pō. I te tino uaua te akomanga i tēnei pō, nō reira, i te mōrehurehu ahau. Haere tonu ahau.

mōrehurehu - survived
akomanga - class
uaua - hard

Ko te Rakau-Matohi o te Paengawhāwhā

He rā roa, nō reira, he rā hua. He kaieke ahau anō. Kei te harikoa ahau, engari, e pau ana te hau.

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It's been a long day, but nevertheless a fruitful one. I am a commuter again. I am grateful, but I am all out of puff.

(Well this is what I hope I wrote.)

Ko te Rakau-nui o te Paengawhāwha.

Kua tīmata ahau i tāku mahi hou. Kei te harikoa ahau mō tēnei kōwhiringa. Kei te haumūmū tōku kāinga i tēnei pō. Kei te kite tātou ki te marama hua ināianei.

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tīmata - begin
mahi hou - new job
kōwhiringa - opportunity
haumūmū - silent
marama hua - full moon

Ōturu o Paengawhāwhā

I hoki tōku hungarei ki te taone kāinga. Ka whāngai tāku tama mō te hararei. Kei te marie te whare ināianei. Nō reira, kei te āhau rata te turituri.

facebook.com/Livingbythestars
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Ōturu o Paengawhāwhā - Day 15 of the 11th lunar month.
hungarei - mother in law / father in law
whāngai - to nurture, look after
marie - peaceful
rata - like
turituri - noise

john.a boosted

After watching the recent Brave New World series, rereading this tech journalist's account of trying to live without any Amazon-run service for a week is only more disturbing. Especially the dependence already engineered into her 1 year old. Huxley was right about the convergence of state and corporate power, but it turns out our "soma" is not chemical but digital:
gizmodo.com/i-tried-to-block-a

#BraveNewWorld #AldousHuxley #Amazon

I tākaro tōku whanau i te kemu kari hou nei - 'The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine'. He kemu haumūmū. Ki te tuarangi, kāore koe i te kōrero. I tino rata mātou i te kemu nei.

haumūmū - silent
tuarangi - outer space
rata - enjoyed
kemu - game

I kai tōku whanau ki te wharekai o Karaka ki Te Whanganui-a-tara. I kai au i te keke ika. Tino reka te kai nei!

karakacafe.co.nz/

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wharekai - cafe

E tū ana ngā kaitaraiwa pahi i te Pōneke mō tō rātou mahi. Kei te tino rahi tō tātou tautoko mō tō rātou porotū. Ko te taupuhipuhi, he nohoanga taūtūtu nā te tangata, nā te rōpū rānei. E awhinatia ō tātou hoa kaimahi!

together.org.nz/thankyou-drive

kaitaraiwa pahi - bus driver
E awhinatia - help
kotahitanga - solidarity
Ko te taupuhipuhi, he nohoanga taūtūtu nā te tangata, nā te rōpū rānei - Interdependence is the mutual reliance of people or groups. - Nā papakupu Māori

john.a boosted

"... there is a significant gap between the protocols that define the decentralization space and the applications that users want to adopt. Through a series of interviews and focus groups with technology designers and builders, we have identified 7 areas where projects can improve their own practice; where targeted research is necessary; and where funders can enable collaborative innovations."
decentpatterns.xyz/

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