Has anyone experience in schema salad (https://github.com/common-workflow-language/schema_salad) in conjunction with #activitypub? I want to create an #activitypub schema to process activities with #kafka and #kafkastreams.
At the weekend I did something crazy. I reinstalled my server with #ArchLinux and I had to install drivers for my TBS6928SE DVB/S2 card. Unfortunately, I had to install the closed source drivers but these do not working with current #Linux #Kernel versions anymore. Therefore, I had to update the AUR package with the TBS drivers. Now, my #VDR is running on #Arch.
@kornel @codingquark I know that std(in|out|err) redirection is handled by the operating system efficiently. However, you can screw up the performance of an application easily. For example, in #Java you can write an application that reads from stdin in a very inefficient way. A couple of month ago I had to fix such a bug at work. Therefore, the concern is legitimate.
@bhart I never used rua. Before paru I used pacaur because it is a slim CLI tool and has a similar user experience compared to pacman (even if pacaur is deprecated). For me paru is a fresh and modern alternative to pacaur.
@sotolf you are right. You can even generate charts with it. Have a look: https://www.nushell.sh/blog/2020-10-13-nushell_0_21.html
Yesterday I stumbled accross paru that is a AUR helper for #archlinux. It is really nice to see that #Rust/#Rustlang created a wave of modern #CLI tools with a modern touch. Other examples are #starship, #nushell, #ripgrep, #bat, #delta...Thanks to the whole #Rust community.
Have a look at paru: https://github.com/morganamilo/paru
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I'm going to try out a new type of #rustlang stream on Saturday @ 6pm UTC (https://everytimezone.com/s/86025e61): "The Unsafe Chronicles". The idea is to go through an interesting experience with unsafe Rust code and how to fix it. It'll be more "explainer" than "coding" like my usual streams — but will hopefully be interesting nonetheless!
it's quite a natural fit, since scientists aren't the best coders. So while rust has a steep learning curve, you can still get results with speeds of C/C++ comparably fast without living in fear of segfaults (that is if the right libraries are available).
"Modern storage is plenty fast, it is the APIs that are bad" - great article on changing the programming model (yet again, making it more async/parallel) to really get the best #performance out of NVMe storage devices
https://itnext.io/modern-storage-is-plenty-fast-it-is-the-apis-that-are-bad-6a68319fbc1a #Rust #io
I'm disappointed: an infinite loop in a #Rust program takes a long time to execute. I though it was supposed to be a fast language!
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