World: Google, you are so smart, impartial, and benevolent, please write all our protocols and standards.
Google: Oh yeah, btw, we don’t think you should be able to protect yourself from being tracked on our browser.
Google to break uBlock Origin on Chromium.
So apparently the Python standard library has support for random mailbox formats. I thought I'd need an external library for this, but this works too.
I'm trying to automate my blinds with a motor I found and an #arduino.
Obviously the motor doesn't fit the blinds, so 3d printing to the rescue!
Linux desktop is
annoying me right now so
I will try Haiku
So there was apparently a fork of #BrowserQuest that was active as late as 2017 (!!!) but the creator disappeared and deleted all their accounts from everything.
Anyone happen to know if someone is keeping an archive of github repositories? (Tach-Yon/Tap-Tap-Adventure)
@njha examples include shared resource pools in the Linux kernel, and string manipulation in redis. Both of these would be great to rip out and share as a dependency, but alas every project I see rolls their own version of these.
Unless the problem domain is generic enough for wide adoption and the code is complex enough, I don't see many successful shared deps in C.
I consider boost a symptom. Dependency management is so bad in C/C++, that we have massive overarching deps.