ok, per @troubleMoney 's suggestion, i wrote a cowfile for the ghost pattern. here's a gist for it:
RT @technige: #Python-like comprehensions in @rustlang. Very cool.
https://t.co/B7m1pNZpGX source: https://twitter.com/rustlang/status/888476839148216320
RT @Gankro: I'm working on fallible allocating APIs for @rustlang's collections, and want to interview people who've dealt with this in oth… source: https://twitter.com/rustlang/status/888427151820828673
@federicomena I sincerely believe that usabilitywise, #gnome is superior. I can give a clean Fedora install to a windows user and they'll be delighted, vs giving a macos and they'll need hand holding (anecdotal of course). With a few improvements on the software center UI (and amount of commercial apps) I think gnome is the way to go.
It keeps boggling my mind that Rust code that does proper error handling is often shorter and more legible than code which ignores errors.
Maryam Mirzakhani, the first woman honored with the Fields Medal, has died at age 40 of breast cancer.
Librsvg 2.40.18 is out! Fixes CVE-2017-11464.
gstreamer-plugins-bad requires librsvg 🤔
Trying to reduce the number of parsing libraries I'm using in librsvg...
Programming is like a murder mystery where you're the victim, and also the detective, and also the murderer as it turns out.
I think we undersell GNOME's little usability features.
In several occasions I've seen people get annoyed at how hard it is to align/move/resize windows in MacOS.
GNOME makes that trivial, out of the box, no hotkeys required.
Had pancakes for dinner last night and had the trippiest, liveliest dreams. Coincidence?