That's a module that includes a module.. that duplicates the exact code included in node's standard "os" lib!
"Speaking philosophically, while it's a common belief that in the future #AI-powered robots will do what we want, we believe in the opposite: Robots will tell us what to do."
@reyk personally I have become terribly allergic to all these versioned languages which change, even dramatically, between releases.
It seems to be a fad that there is nothing ever truly "stable" that you target, everything is in "the next version" and old code obsoleted faster and faster.
"Le véhicule roulait à environ 61 km/h (38 mph) sur une route limitée à 56 km/h (35 mph) et n’a pas tenté de freiner."
Incantation du magazine : "l’autonomisation des véhicules doit réduire le nombre de tués sur les routes"
When coding style survives compilation: de-anonymizing programmers from executable binaries
Since the birdisite is still full of crazies going on about the conspiracies behind AMDFLAWS I'll put something interesting here… Ben Laurie asked me for my opinion on CHERIE which I had been quietly following as the extension of Capsicum:
"Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC Instructions (CHERI)"
If you have never heard of it I warmly recommend a visit - they even run BSD :) (CheriBSD, https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/research/security/ctsrd/cheri/cheribsd.html_
"On the dangers of a #blockchain monoculture" -- Tony Arcieri
#Scaleway BareMetal ARMv7 C1 instance (2,99€/month) is a Marvell Armada XP
Don't seem to work with #OpenBSD :
From #OpenBSD ISO image to Email Service, in 10 minutes!
#caesonia Installation Guide (draft)
Suggestions welcomed 💡