I don't care that the #mastocat voluntarily sleeps like that, I still don't believe it's comfortable.
In an HTTP search API returning JSON, how do you indicate that there were no hits?
1) Return an error.
2) Return an empty list of hits.
3) Return a list of one hit, with the value the empty string.
What Microsoft Defender did was to not document anything and choose randomly from the list above, making the code talking to the API having to discover and then handle all three cases. Thanks, Microsoft.
megacorps get away with violating copyright all the time, and they have the lawyers to make it ok
youtube algorithms copyright troll literally everyone
software companies violate the terms of the GPL constantly and there's no consequences
"Germany’s supreme constitutional court has ruled that the government’s climate protection measures are insufficient to protect future generations, after a complaint brought by environmentalist groups."
"Installation: we recommend that you use Docker."
what I'm supposed to see: "hey, it's a simple one-liner! Such clean install, much wow."
what I actually see: "we couldn't figure out how to install this thing on anything but our own machine, but hey, here is a well-compressed image of our entire disk, use this instead so that we can stop trying"
Having just thrown out a clunky limited string substitution engine for producing e-mail and replaced it with #Jinja2, I can confidently say:
Jinja2 all the things!
if an ad loading causes a button to shift further down the page, you might as well have just spit directly into the user's face
I really hate NetworkManager. Today, I learned about "ipv4.never-default", without which it automatically adds a default route for each interface it knows about, including a statically configured bridge only connected to virtual machines that explicitly has no routes configured.
What kind of horrible misconceptions of how networks function made the developers think that was a good idea?
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