Want to be in charge of a critical piece of software that runs on pretty much every linux desktop?
libinput is searching for people to eliminate the bus factor:
Would be great when such critical software parts wouldn't rely on the shoulders on a single person (not me).
Docker is an attack on computing freedom
The purpose of Docker is not, in fact, to make things easier for us as systems administrators. It's to make it easier for the folks writing and packaging software to force you to treat the software as a black box instead of making their software easier to build, configure, and use.
I don't care if you find Docker more convenient as an open source user or developer. The price of freedom is eternal vigilance, and you're being lazy.
Also, while its great that so many cities and states are in favor of giving up Columbus Day for Indigenous Peoples' Day, don't for a second forget that this is as much a placating gesture as anything else.
Politicians would rather rename a holiday than be taken to task regarding reparations towards the indigenous people, offering aid to those still living on reservations, or committing more action towards the staggering numbers of missing and murdered indigenous women. Don't let them skate by.
Some rough maths to calculate the cost of a new car with a 10 years life cycle. No fuel in the maths.
That costs 133€ / month + eventual car park if any.
If you think that buying a good quality bicycle or an electric bicycle for 3000 € is expensive, a car is a lot more expensive.
When it'll be time for my car, I don't think I'll buy a new one.
I only use it for long travels if no alternative, and renting one for a week is like 150€
My bike is enough for moving around in my city.
This week started with the happy news of being nominated as WebKit reviewer. It is happening! → https://trac.webkit.org/changeset/251068
Ken Thompson's Unix password
In response to the President Trump (USA)'s executive order blocking all commercial and non-commercial property transactions with Venezuela, Adobe has begun cancelling accounts belonging to Venezuelans.
Regardless of this being a continued embargo, this is a lesson to be learned to never trust software which makes it obligatory to register an account in order to use the features of that software.
“Seventeen dollars for a smartphone sounds like a great deal, especially for people living in poverty who can barely afford rent. But there’s a problem: low-cost smartphones are privacy nightmares.”
re: grrr react
Since the value attribute is set on our form element, the displayed value will always be this.state.value, making the React state the source of truth. Since handleChange runs on every keystroke to update the React state, the displayed value will update as the user types.
Oh, so you've managed to implement...the default behavior the browser provides out of the box, and it only costs additional code execution on every single keystroke. Good jorb. Well done.
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