That feeling when it's the first day of the month and a mailman instance sends you a subscription reminder with your list password embedded in it.

Thanks to OCamlPro for making a documentation hub that auto-generates docs for everything in the OPAM repos! docs.ocaml.pro

soupault.app/blog/soupault-2.6 Soupault 2.6.0 offers some bug fixes and configurable index entry sort (calendar, numeric, or lexicographic).

Mastodon prevents me from sharing the source of a free culture work by disallowing both MuseScore and PDF files.
Scandalous!

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"Waltz for those who came into this world too young in a time too old", a vibraphone solo piece.

As an old subarctic saying goes, "April snowfalls brings May showers".

soupault.app/blog/soupault-2.5 Soupault 2.5.0 is available, with an option to disable HTML pretty-printing, new widgets for adjusting internal links, and multiple bug fixes.

When choosing boring technology, there's a risk of choosing it just when it's about to switch from "proven and boring" to "dated".

soupault.app/blog/soupault-2.4 Release time. There are now Lua type checking functions and an option to treat directories as page+assets bundles rather than sections.

Ok, only in Firefox. Chrome returns landscape=true on my desktop, but I wonder if it's because my screen it wider than it's tall or it's hardcoded.

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I noticed that on desktop, both (orientation: landscape) and (orientation: portrait) CSS media queries return false.
Now I wonder if checking if they both are false is a reliable test for a desktop browser.

"Go Ask Embla", a romantic comedy based on the Poetic Edda.

ocamlbook.org is now officially dedicated to Betty Bourbaki, an imaginary daugher of the imaginary but influential mathematician Nicolas Bourbaki.

The Nyquist-Shannon-Kotelnikov-Chebotarev sampling theorem was discovered independently by four different people.
I wonder if there were already practical problems that group theory could solve in the early 19th century, Galois also would be one of four, rather than a misunderstood genius.
His real genius is in having found a solution to a whole bunch of problems no one even thought of at the time.

Turns out Lua supports multi-line string literals delimited by... double square brackets ([[ ]]) !
I'd never guessed, found that by reading Lua-ML's lexer code and then confirming with PUC-Rio Lua.

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