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To fly is to be free.
To read the winds is to feel the pulse of the planet. To outrun a storm, to ride the roar of a hurricane, to flow and let all flow through you, is to live.
We left, we dragons. When humans became too much of a nuisance we left.
The winds are better on Venus.

I just completed "Report Repair" - Day 1 - Advent of Code 2020

Let's see how long the streak will last this year 🙂

For the people that as me used EnigMail and now cannot on Thunderbird 78, and also do not want to hand their private keys over: the search keyword(s) are `mail.openpgp.allow_external_gnupg`

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@khardix Thanks for the feedback, will do for the next RC!

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Can we resist the trend of every programming language gradually turning into the same meta-programming language as they all add from the global kitchen sink of language features please

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Announcing the SourceHut project hub 🎉

I don't usually explicitly ask for shares, but this is a big deal for SourceHut - the project hub solves one of our major goals for the alpha. Please help spread the word ❤️

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Isn't it ironic that companies which build giant rube goldberg machines out of k8s and docker and ansible and The Cloud and so on, all in the name of reliability and uptime, seem to have a lot more issues than those who don't do all that crap

Source: Twitter 


- makes us hide in our havens
- makes us distrust each other
- causes us to stock up on supplies
- fucks up our economy
- unites us together against common enemy
- "it's just a flu" = "they're just mortals"

Coronavirus IS Second Inquisition,

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npm: because crowdsourcing the stdlib is a good plan

So, after the keysigning event at I have managed to sent enough e-mails in quick succession that GMail stopped accepting SMTP connections from msmtp – twice.

Hope all the recipients will receive the signatures :)

First ever talk given!

Software Collections – When you need *all* the versions
@ Fringe Dojo

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Likely controverisal take:

Languages with first-class package managers that make it really easy to use dependencies are a case where ease-of-use and usability might be actively harmful. It encourages developers to NOT audit their dependencies, and eventually leads to node_modules, which eventually leads to leftpad. Having fewer dependencies because adding depenedencies is annoying is not actually necessarily a bad thing.

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"One plus one is zero."
"I'm a programmer and I moved a couch yesterday."
"My arms are tired."
"I can't carry anything right now."
"I'm a computer programmer and I camt carry. One plus one equals zero."
"... I hate you."

Few neat tips on enhancing textual communications, wrapped in a rather amusing keynote:

I have to say I really like listening to talks by Brandon Rhodes, they are one of the most well made and presented I have ever seen.

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