... an occasional sudden exit from his chair to do a quick ten pushups. He explained this last one as "Compiler found error in code. This is punishment".


If you don't want your software to be used by Google, it's enough to just license it under AGPL:

However, this also means no Google developer can touch it and Google will never ever fund this project.

I wonder if other FAANG companies have similar rules.

>GitHub will establish and donate $1M to a developer defense fund to help protect open source developers on GitHub from unwarranted DMCA Section 1201 takedown claims

Big shoutout to GitHub for committing to this.

Interesting OS security project:

* each app runs in a separate KVM container
* each VM is generated by a derivation
* graphics output is composited together via wayland/virtio

The idea is not too dissimilar to
, with the following main differences:

* Xen -> KVM
* Fedora/Debian ->
* Xorg -> wayland/virtio

You can read more about the details here:

It's 28th of October and everybody is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia. Meanwhile, I am finalizing the new firmware for Trezor, which will be released tomorrow. Independent organizational structures built on top of a truly decentralized economy are the future!

I am at @NixCon2018 - haven't been to Linux-related conference for quite some time and it seems it was a good choice to come here. Really love all the cool stuff people around are building. Exciting times!

@orionwl yes, that is probably the best. We have the SYMLINK option in Trezor udev file exactly for this reason:

Certain French hardware wallet producer is using sponsored links to appear in Amazon and Google search results if you look for the keyword "Trezor." I guess that's investors' money well spent. 🤷‍♂️ Reminds me of the "Bcash is the real Bitcoin" bait and switch scam.

@orionwl how do you connect storage? Via expansion board or differently?

@orionwl which board is that? I was disappointed but rarely a RISC-V processor is open, it is just open ISA, but the rest is usually closed.

I'm pleased to announce the release of the Bitcoin Extended Public Key Converter. Hopefully this will save other Bitcoin developers a little bit of time while building and testing software.

One of the best and entertaining talks I've ever seen (by James Mickens): Must see for every computer scientist and especially AI/ML people.


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