Fabulous introduction to the Emacs C interface: https://phst.eu/emacs-modules
Find yourself regularly reviewing pull requests just to comment "please update the changelog"? Automate it! https://danger.systems/js/
Unlike a CI tool, this is automating PR commenting.
TIL there are AI competitions for rock-paper-scissors! http://www.rpscontest.com/
A reminder of how people from different programming language backgrounds will judge your language choices. (Everyone has biases and their own favourite stack too.)
Does a "blog comments" style system make sense on a PL docs site? E.g. official PHP docs: https://secure.php.net/manual/en/function.count.php or community Clojure docs: https://clojuredocs.org/clojure.core/count
You want to promote contributions, but official docs are better off being patched. Tradeoffs!
Building a bug bounty system that attracts talented researchers, how much they earn, and how many bugs they find:
"In world championship [chess] matches, [...] players were ensconced behind polarized glass walls to prevent anyone in the audience from passing computer advice through signals."
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