I have been pondering (lack of) privacy in IPFS and dweb in general for some time. It turns out I am not the only one concerned, Brave and Pinata wrote down pretty good summaries:
Official blog post explaining what Kubernetes' decision to deprecate Docker runtime means for developers and admins: https://kubernetes.io/blog/2020/12/02/dont-panic-kubernetes-and-docker/
"READMEs for npm packages on http://npmjs.com are now rendered using GitHub Flavored Markdown."
"The complete guide for MacOS Apps Optimized for M1 Apple Silicon MacBooks" 👏
🎉The recently released rustup version 1.23.0 provides full support for Apple M1 Silicon 👏
⚠️Note that no native stable build of the compiler has been produced yet, so you will need to use the beta or nightly channel until Rust 1.49 is released.
Great advice on distributed decision making:
"People are much more willing to chime in if they disagree with something concrete. So, instead of asking an open-ended question, assert a direction."
"Apple Silicon M1 Chip in MacBook Air Outperforms High-End 16-Inch MacBook Pro" 😱💪👏
The new Travis-CI pricing is not great for popular open source projects :( https://blog.travis-ci.com/2020-11-02-travis-ci-new-billing
Nice! @1Password released a beta version of their Linux client. The backed is written in @rustlang, looks like Rust is eating the world of software?
Node.js 14.14.0 is bringing `fs.rm`, a built-in alternative to popular package `rimraf`. Yay! 🎉👏
dotenv-linter: Lightning-fast linter for .env files. Written in Rust, easy to integrate with your CI.
npm v7 is finally here! 🎉Features include:
- automatic instal of peer dependencies
- package-lock v2 and support for yarn.lock
"The main thing I learned from this adventure is that, much like wireless, video calls still basically don’t work. Every piece of equipment has tricky subtleties that make it super hard to select the right gear and use it correctly."
Like fossil fuel leads to global warming, big data & surveillance capitalism leads to social cooling 😟
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