Hy - A dialect of Lisp that's embedded in Python
This seems to be a nice Lisp that integrates well into the Python ecosystem
It also proves that there can be new short names for programming languages that are search-able on the Internet
#FreeBSD 13 is in RC and BETA.
#OpenBSD 6.9 will be released in a couple months.
I have opinions on running new releases. Strong opinions. In this month's @freebsdjournal Letters column. Save yourself, read it before it's too late.
Great "Letters" Column by @mwlucas in the new FreeBSD Journal
On running .0 versions in production
Go read it now!
Successfully compiled and booted my own kernel for the @mntmn reform 2 :)
Next step: Boot using an initramfs. I'm afraid that might be a lot harder though :D
"software design for flexibility" by chris hanson and gerald jay sussman will be out in 8 days.
all the e-books i can find for it have drm applied which would usually rule out a purchase for me. but, i can make an exception in this case because the text is going to be creative commons-licensed, just like sicp!
(i even double-checked with author chris hanson, who was kind enough to reply to an internet rando's email!)
Refund of pre-installed Windows: Lenovo must pay 20,000 euros in damages - https://fsfe.org/news/2021/news-20210302-01.en.html
APNIC puts DNSSEC signers to the test: Knot-2.9 vs BIND-9.16 https://blog.apnic.net/2021/02/25/putting-dnssec-signers-to-the-test-knot-vs-bind/
New simple 64-bit native-code Forth system running on AMD64
Matteo Vitturi writes a Z80N Forth system suitable to run on the new ZX Spectrum Next
DNS, DHCP, IPv6, Retro-Computing, Prog-Lang-Geek, Forth
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