I liked this post:
"Notes to Myself on Software Engineering: A laundry list of personal reminders", François Chollet.
Vexingly, the offending client binary doesn't trigger these messages when run from its build directory, but only from install directory.
Maybe the runtime linker is using a different SSL library than it was originally linked against?
Do I even know what I am talking about?
How do one go around debugging misbehaving TLS connections?
I am looking at Mosquitto MQTT broker logs with statements like
Client connection from <some host> failed: error:1408F10B:SSL routines:SSL routines:ssl3_get_record:wrong version number
If anyone has questions about clams I am always here for you!
My uncle passed away recently, and he left me all his tools.
It's like a carpentry and DIY time capsule.
I thought mastodon.ART would appreciate some of the illustrations in this riveting (or rather screwing) instruction manual.
Another late summer night
Or early fall night, you nitpickers
The sound of cicadas is in the air
The smell of skunk is in the air
Do Canadians use US letter sized papers like Americans do? Or do they use A4 papers like other non-anomalous people?
FL/OSS meta // normalization of collaborative practices Show more
exposure to FL/OSS has profoundly impacted my perception of competition. i meet bizdev folks for whom everyone like them is a threat, and it just doesn't map for me. any good work, any project worth its salt, is only possible through collaboration. a morality of competition divides and degrades us; there is no reason to believe it is right or natural or inevitable.
ICFP 2018 papers are available!
What should a pleb such as your humble correspondent should read?
new Patreon Show more
I've just launched my own Patreon. If you'd like to see me do more of the weird things I do, like XCB, Comic Rocket, and Corrode, please share it around. (You can read more about those projects at the Patreon page.)
If you have some income you can afford to send my way, even better. Thanks so much!
There was someone at the Haskell meetup with a (1) Purism laptop that (2) runs GNU Guix, on which they were (3) programming Agda!
Livin' the dream, aren't they
There are also: woodpeckers, nuthatches, goldfinches, sparrows, mourning doves, squirrels, chipmunks, and their collective chatter. 😍
Working from home today. Stepped out into the backyard for a bit: there are butterflies, cardinals, robins, blue jays, and a hummingbird.
At work I sit in a stupid cubicle, without a window nearby. All four seasons look alike from there, although my desk plant somehow knows the changes. Also there would be people the phone, people discussing their work, and other unscheduled interruptions.
When you make that time machine, please find and stop the people that invented cube farms.
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