There’s no way I could get this research done without the Tree Style Tab extension for Firefox. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tree-style-tab/
"EdgeHTML: a bad demise nobody much noticed" by Geoffrey Sneddon https://thereshouldbenored.com/posts/edgehtml-demise/
This is so accurate and insightful and well-written that I have nothing to add.
On the Edge team, we had a *whole team* dedicated to finding compat bugs, reducing them, and reaching out to site owners with fixes. Sometimes we would reach out to a site owner and they'd say, "Sorry, you don't have enough market share for us to bother fixing this bug."
This is where we get -webkit prefixed CSS in the standard, as well as de-facto standards and "works best in Chrome." This is why both Opera and Edge switched to Chromium.
One advanced guide to generating keys recommends starting with an air-gapped machine made before Intel introduced their management engine and rotating cross-signed, short-expiration subkeys stored offline on smartcards.
I mean, yes, but also, no, come on, that threat model surely involves an APT such as an intelligence agency.
I just want to sign my commits, man.
I spent so many years using #MacPorts (maybe a decade?) that I still type, ‘sudo port install’, about half the time, rather than, ‘sudo dnf install’… some habits are hard to break.
"It's not like I'm lisping," rms heard someone say as he shouldered his way thru the crowd. "It's like my editor's developed this massive paren deficiency."
It was an Emacs user and an Emacs joke. The #emacs channel was a place for professional dotfiles hackers. You could chat a week there and never see two lines of Java.
I want to try solving the Advent of Code (https://adventofcode.com/) in Emacs Lisp but I’m blocking on whether I should declare, ‘.emacs’, bankruptcy and whether I should replace the default package management with, ‘straight.el’ (https://github.com/raxod502/straight.el), or just use Spacemacs (http://spacemacs.org/).
Which level of Dante’s Inferno is this amount of indecision and executive disfunction?
Best things I've read on today's npm brouhaha:
I can't count the number of times I've handed over control of an npm package I owned to some random person on the internet. It used to be considered a best practice, a solution to OSS maintainer burnout. Ah well.
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