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Ive seen a lot of chatter on and for weeks in the Fediverse that software freedom only makes sense if everyone can code.
People seem to forget that Stallman has proposed extensively that people ought to be able to contract, negotiate or otherwise work with programmers to get their desired features/fixes in code. There never was and never has been an expectation for most people to be programmers.
Look at the Outlaws showing up. Where has this been all season? #Overwatch
I'm really enjoying making my way through the #rustlang book!
When you're reading a thread full of content warnings in Mastodon, do you get annoyed at having to open each warning one by one?
There's a really easy way to open all the warnings in a thread at once:
1. Go to the thread
2. Click on the eye-shaped icon in the top right corner to toggle all warnings open or closed
TIL: you can configure a #git remote with multiple push URLs.
It basically allows you to push to multiple remotes at once.
#WeAreNameless, let it be known, WAN is alive and kicking!
This Summer, we're going to experiment a bit, starting with... Anime!
June's movie: Akira (1988)
When? 2019-06-15 at 18:00 UTC
I think I finally have #rust-lang support configured to my liking (for now) in #emacs. company, racer, lsp, lsp-ui, flycheck all seem to be working now.
Because I run emacs as a server I had some path issues and had to finagle when exec-path-from-shell-initialize executes.
I still have some issues with company and lsp-ui-sideline being wonky and misaligned, but it's good enough to work!
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I'm really getting quite tired of Google gaslighting people about the direction Chrome is going in the past years.
"You're hysterical if you abscribe any monopolistic intent to these changes! This is _clearly_ being done for security reasons! Those extensions are risky! Performance is a concern!"
Meanwhile Alphabet directly mentions the risk from ad-blockers to their revenue in their SEC filings.
It's one thing to be monopolistic and another to gaslight people about it.
α: on lesser known input methods. With a VR/AR revolution inevitably on it's way isn't it time to reexamine how and with what we type?
Alright, my latest project at work is to process a compressed stream, which includes inflating and deserializing the data, then render the deserialized data into a 3D scene to be viewed with a user controlled camera. There are anywhere from 1 to >100000 objects in a scene, and my target is the browser.
I have a lot of learning ahead of me.
Mozilla: Not So Hostile, Not So Friendly Either:
Talking about how the deployment of certain features could have been done better and seem inconsistent and close to hostile to the user.
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