Announcing Rust 1.32.0 — ohh that dbg macro looks super handy https://blog.rust-lang.org/2019/01/17/Rust-1.32.0.html
DuckDuckGo Taps Apple Maps to Power Private Search Results https://spreadprivacy.com/duckduckgo-apple-mapkit-js/
Hi everyone, does any of you have experience with #Guix? Would you recommend it for a work laptop?
I'm asking cause I read it's sitll in beta.
So, overall: very happy with Void Linux. Some issues caused by a) Broadcom hardware in an Apple machine and b) me tinkering with things I don't know enough about, but other than that, feels very modern, fast, and tinkerable. Wouldn't recommend for the average home user (it does *require* tinkering and lacks polish in places), but like it myself.
Although maybe I'll just keep an eye on it for now:
> As of version 0.16.0, the Guix System Distribution (GuixSD) is not production-ready.
After reading this informative, if a little biased post about Guix and my friend’s recent post about NixOS I’m curious to give them a try.
Hardware Updates for 2019! 🎉
Today we introduce Version 4 of the Librem laptop line — now with an updated CPU and graphics for all models and a 4k/HiDPI screen for the 15″ model.
2019 is going to be a transformative year for Solus. Read about some of the things we have planned at https://getsol.us/2019/01/14/2019-to-venture-ahead/
Hey. HEY. Listen up, people doing hobby stuff.
If you share your work, it's okay to want to get paid for it.
Even if it's stuff you give away in other forms or to individuals. Even if it's built on the free work of others. As long as you're not violating a license somewhere, you do nothing wrong by charging to cover your costs working on things, or building things, or maintaining things, or creating things.
We all need to get by. Giving stuff away is great. It's not *required.*
Just published my #rust2019 post: Goals and Directions for Rust in 2019
I updated my zpool last night and now I can't boot (I updated bootcode too). I can boot off the installer and access the pool fine, it seems to be missing the bootloader or something (although I can see it in the EPT). I'm sure this is fixable but I don't have the motivation for it now. I'm backing everything up and then I'm going to clean install Arch + ZFS on this machine.
I’m a generalist with 15 years professional experience and engineering/computer science degrees. Full-stack Ruby, ReasonML most recently with a fair bit of Rust on the side.
Looking for a role in Melbourne AU or remote friendly. Would love to work a bit lower down the stack, systems level, embedded, OS, networking for example. Want to work for a business that values quality and correctness, not just deadlines and piling on technical debt.
Pls boost for reach 🙏
Wanna know how we designed the dev kit? Check out this post on designing the librem 5 dev kit with all free software tools - https://puri.sm/posts/how-we-designed-the-librem-5-dev-kit-with-100-free-software/! #DemandFreedom #OpposeSurveillanceCapitalism
Patches welcome https://drewdevault.com/2019/01/01/Patches-welcome.html by @email@example.com
Programmer from Melbourne, Australia. Rust, FreeBSD, Arch Linux. Curator of @readrust, author at wezm.net and bitcannon.net
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