Так верстают только эти, которые. Я знаю. Но сил уже больше нет, полтретьего ночи а я встал в 7 утра. И завтра так же вставать.
Утром допилю форматирование. Если есть пожелания - добавим. @rf
The Marble Machine X project keeps on cranking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7g5ZodD7ng
I wrote my first blogpost for my Memex browser engine.
As of a few minutes ago, less than 20% of librsvg's code remains in C: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/librsvg/graphs/master/charts
Most of the calls to libxml2 are done from #rustlang now. All the loading code will be in Rust soon.
"unprivileged users with UID > INT_MAX can successfully execute any systemctl command"
And now I'm announcing the second and final project I'm starting today: "Memex", a new and hopefully more hackable, less crackable browser engine.
I'll only be able to implement the absolute basics of Memex, so if any of you want it to actually be something please, please contribute!
@bugaevc That's ridiculous! Everybody knows "Python interpreter" means "the heir of Salazar Slytherin". 🐍⚡
@alexl CSD is not really a GNOME thing. Many third-party apps on Linux do it (e.g. Chrome, Firefox and VSCode), and it's an established pattern on & — both system & third-party apps there use it there.
RT @email@example.com: A revolutionary idea: instead of 15 incompatible chat tools developed in Electron so they can all easily target multiple platforms with one codebase, write 15 native clients that can all communicate using the same protocol: https://twitter.com/matrixdotorg/status/1067920466390724609
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First of all, that word "empower". It does capture the concept well, but gosh it sounds wrong. It's incredibly condescending and it evokes associations of social justice (which I guess is only fair given Rust team's political views, but do they have to put it front and center?) — as if all the non-systems developers are an "oppressed minority group" that cannot do "real programming" because some "privileged systems dudes" won't let them in.
Rustacean. Student of the CS department of the MSU. Playing lots of osu!mania in spare time.
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