Apparently that guy has a habit of doing that. If I were the owner of that repo, I would delete the comment and ignore him. Block him if he does it again. It really should not be necessary to explain to people why such behaviour is bad.
RT @chvest: What are the #rustlang libraries to use for GPU and FPGA programming? source: https://twitter.com/rustlang/status/889620781952630789
It's taken a few tries to get into writing Rust code. The problem, I think, is that there's a non trivial amount you need to learn about he language before you can make anything of significance. Strings, boxes, ownership, sharing, life time annotations, the module system, etc. You need to know all of these before you start to make progress. And that's too much to learn all at once. I had to start several times, where each time I tried, I started grasping one more concept.
RT @pcwalton: Parallel sorting in Rayon just landed. Really neat! https://t.co/jwhDIZxzy0 source: https://twitter.com/rustlang/status/879736721545363456
@aparrish And this is why in the 24th century, Picard still telling the computer "Tea, Earl Grey, Hot" every time
We had a reading of the original LSM-Tree paper. Our suspicions were confirmed: it's not particularly impressive, and we have no use for it. If you are considering it, you should also take a serious look at fractal trees, dancing trees, generational B+trees and the BwTree with LLAMA, before deciding what to go with.
The LLAMA paper - the storage/persistence back-end for the BwTree - was pretty bad at this as well.
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