There's a lot of interesting content here:
I thought this one was particularly interesting: https://youtu.be/3IyXsBwqll8?list=PLP8iPy9hna6Tl2UHTrm4jnIYrLkIcAROR
I just got around to gathering up my recent toot threads about how several of Rhapsode's dependencies work & little editing it to publish more permantly: https://adrian.geek.nz/docs/haskell-libs.html
Next I'll discuss how a few more parsers work, followed by some parsing frameworks. I'll put those on that page too.
Then how some of the development tools (file-embed, Cabal, Haddock, HSpec), followed by GHC itself.
You can read more such writings at https://adrian.geek.nz/docs
With the #Pinephone's current short battery life, and no major improvement in sight (that I know of), it seems like a good idea to purchase a backup battery. Having to take out the whole back cover is a hassle though.
I just found that @PINE64 supplies the CAD file for the back cover in STEP format! I would like to have a cover with an integrated door, think TV remote.
But is there any current 3D printer that can print such fine details?!? Mine circa-2013 sure can't.
J'avais pas suivi cette histoire de "FRP" (Factory Reset Protection) sur les téléphones Android.
Du coup entre le FRP, le fait que Huawei ne donne plus de codes pour unlock le téléphone, j'ai deux téléphones *matériellement fonctionnels* que je ne peux pas utiliser pour des raisons de verrou posé par des entreprises, soit disant pour notre bien.
Si vous avez des idées sur comment contourner ces protections, ou des idées de quoi faire avec les téléphones, je suis preneur...
#QOTD: "Without requirements or design, programming is the art of adding bugs to an empty text file." - Louis Srygley
Any LaTeX experts out there that could help me?
I'm trying to get the following paragraph to work:
I've tried $)$, but that doesn't seem to get Vim to not complain about solo parens.
The trouble is that something in or above that section is causing this:
]! Missing $ inserted.
(145 is where it's called in the peppercarrot.tex file).
What am I doing wrong?
Imagine there existed a cooperative dedicated to bringing GNOME forward, and its members worked full time on polishing the ecosystem.
If the designers and engineers announced their projects, and a communication team kept you posted of progress.
Would you throw money at it? And how would you contribute?
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