What do you think are the most interesting/exciting projects using Rust? by Nick Cameron: https://www.ncameron.org/blog/interesting_projects/ #Rust #language #tools
A bunch of stuff is now written in #Rust https://www.ncameron.org/blog/interesting_projects/ an OS, a dns resolver editors, choose for yourself
Modern Parser Generator by Aleksey Kladov: https://matklad.github.io/2018/06/06/modern-parser-generator.html #Rust #compsci
w00t! Just got #FreeBSD running on my main desktop - a way too shiny Ryzen 1700 cpu with an RX 580 graphics card; so psyched that such new hardware is supported (even if I had to be a little bold and hop to the 11.2-BETA3 release :)
Thanks so much jmd for this graphics driver work ( https://www.freshports.org/graphics/drm-stable-kmod ) and of course to all the maintainers of this excellent OS.
Oh wow this is cool. Dude hacks a cheap BLE health bracelet. Just ordered a couple to try it out. https://rbaron.net/blog/2018/05/27/Hacking-a-cheap-fitness-tracker-bracelet.html
Interested in a decentralized video hosting network? Well, the folks @Framasoft are creating one called PeerTube.
And they're looking to crowdfund support for it. If you want to back the project, you can learn more here: https://www.kisskissbankbank.com/en/projects/peertube-a-free-and-federated-video-platform
Does anyone know of a decent mastodon client for #OpenBSD before I go down the route of setting up IRC and Bitlbee? Bonus if it does birdsite as well, but I'm not too fussed.
Google no longer indexing decade old articles (that means 2008!)
Time to duck duck go, if you haven't already.
10 year-old me: wow you have THREE computers??? id love to just even have 1 computer
present-day me: yeah but they're all garbage. computers got really really cheap over the years yknow. but none of them work at all. especially since they replaced programs with uhhh.... well programs are now...... y'know when you go on a web page at xmas and theres falling snowflakes?
10 year-old me: java?? script???
present-day me: yeah thats all we use now. thats how they make the programs mostly
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