Read about the #Guix #ReproducibleResearch hackathon we held last week:
The activity around the Guix Past channel, which has received a bunch of “new old packages”, shows the real need for practical software archeology in science—far from the bleeding edge that we hackers love. :-)
Some users have received a message from Google that announces that the /e/ mail app will soon be prevented to use Gmail accounts. Please read more about it and how to fix at:
"The #npm ecosystem seems unwell. If you are concerned with security, reliability, or long-term maintenance, it is almost #impossible to pick a suitable package to use — both because there are 1.3 #million #packages available, and even if you find one that is well documented and maintained, it might depend on hundreds of other packages, with #dependency trees stretching ten or more levels deep — as one developer, it’s impossible to validate them all.
Now I can tell you that #typescript is the default #name of the #file created by the command "string" in order to store the #record of a #bash #session.
P.S.: I don't use ms' typescript, but if I did I would carefully check if the thing does not have some shenanigan to record the code you write on a file and send it to ms. Just in case... 😎
Site.js version 14.0.0 released.
- Removed --exit-on-sync flag.
- New default behaviour of sync is to sync and exit, not start a Live Sync server.
- If you want to start a Live Sync server that watches for changes to your content and syncs them to your deployment server, please use the new --live-sync flag.
- Sync no longer builds/deploys Hugo drafts.
Have a play at https://sitejs.org
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