Unless you have a very good reason not to, or are publicly known anyway, there is really no need for you to use your real name or photo online.
Back in the 90s when i first discovered the internet, this was common knowledge. Nobody used their real name on forums or share personal information without considering the consequences. Those few who did were promptly told that's a bad idea.
It seems somehow we unlearned this, right when corporations started monetizing that information.
Why is that git gem so popular? It equates to calling Git a bunch of times from a shell script. https://github.com/ruby-git/ruby-git/blob/master/lib/git/lib.rb#L1030
At least Rugged uses libgit2, a real library meant for this kind of stuff.
Squid in #minecraft are about as dumb as they come. Can't even keep themselves hydrated with 8 glasses of water a day.
Back before this update, they were crafty and rare enough that ink was an uncommon material. Now it's just washing up on the shore.
me 14 years ago: TAKE 👏 BACK 👏 THE 👏 WEB
me today: NO DON'T GIVE IT TO *THEM* WHAT THE FUCK
Hopefully this will please the guy who claimed I had put up a "Cloudwall" because I decided to use CloudFlare. https://t.co/gbG4mbh0py
Here's the whole intro for Gemfire.
I like this concept, and the wizard crew.
#emacs TIL: Handling errors like a "try-catch" block is done with the function condition-case and a "finally" with unwind-protect.
condition-case letting you specify which errors to execute alternatives based on seems pointless as there's only so few errors that exist. Not like people use define-error anyway. Meh. Better to have the feature than not.