Hey Fedi:

Do you know a way to see the SSH public key someone is attempting to connect with on a centos server?

I tried to set loglevel VERBOSE and then see auth.log but nothing...

Someone: *compare learning functional programming with learning to drive*
me: oh damn.

(I didn’t succeed my driving lessons and don’t want to ever drive as a result)

Des gens motivés pour faire des captures d’écran de comment ça marche l’ajout à une playlist, notamment sur une plateforme de musique? J’ai déjà des captures pour Peertube et Youtube, mais j’aimerais en avoir plus pour choper de l’inspiration sur comment améliorer l’UI de #Funkwhale

Dans l’idéal, j’ai besoin d’une capture du dialogue ou de ce qui apparait quand on clique sur «Ajouter à une playlist», et d’une pour chaque truc qu’on peut dérouler, ex avec les captures ci-dessous.

Just tried the Googles safe browsing api, it does not detect any of the problematic links.
Any other ideas?

What’s wrong with register and log in? It’s much easier to not mix up.

As a non-native speaker, sign in and sign up are the worst

It seems to mean «commit» but why the fuck do I have to guess what the term used in your wiki pages and other documentations mean??

Apparently, Fossil uses this term of «check-in» even when talking about git, but I can’t find a definition? How should I understand anything at all?

I can’t compile Pijul, so I don’t have Pijul to get and fix the Pijul source code

damn

One the worst thing I’ve seen is `!!length`. Seriously, a double negation with some automatic type conversion behind the scene? Just write what you mean. `length != 0` is so painfully obvious compared to that.

Don’t try to look smart. Be smart by writing something you and others will be able to understand easily in the future. Because understanding code is hard, and you don’t want to make it harder.

So whatever the language you’re using, I advise you to use longer, more descriptive conditions.

I mean, `if (arr)`: what are you testing? Existence, non-emptyness, both? In the code after the of the `if`, do I have to worry about these or are you just writing that because it’s shorter? What’s the meaning of your code really??

And anyway, the more I need to know about the language to understand what is really tested, the more it will be difficult to reason about the code and remember what it does.

So I’m learning Lua and about booleans:

> Conditionals (such as the ones in control structures) consider false and nil as false and anything else as true. Beware that […] Lua considers both zero and the empty string as true in conditional tests.
lua.org/pil/2.2.html

And I like so fucking much that in Rust, conditionals and logical operators only works with boolean, because we should never have to ask ourselves if an empty array, 0 or any special value is truthy or not, because it always end up badly.

One the worst thing I’ve seen is `!!length`. Seriously, a double negation with some automatic type conversion behind the scene? Just write what you mean. `length != 0` is so painfully obvious compared to that.

Don’t try to look smart. Be smart by writing something you and others will be able to understand easily in the future. Because understanding code is hard, and you don’t want to make it harder.

So whatever the language you’re using, I advise you to use longer, more descriptive conditions.

I mean, `if (arr)`: what are you testing? Existence, non-emptyness, both? In the code after the of the `if`, do I have to worry about these or are you just writing that because it’s shorter? What’s the meaning of your code really??

And anyway, the more I need to know about the language to understand what is really tested, the more it will be difficult to reason about the code and remember what it does.

So I’m learning Lua and about booleans:

> Conditionals (such as the ones in control structures) consider false and nil as false and anything else as true. Beware that […] Lua considers both zero and the empty string as true in conditional tests.
lua.org/pil/2.2.html

And I like so fucking much that in Rust, conditionals and logical operators only works with boolean, because we should never have to ask ourselves if an empty array, 0 or any special value is truthy or not, because it always end up badly.

– Why my jest tests are interfering with each others with no obvious way to stop that from happening, and I don’t have hours to waste to guess
– Why can’t I dispatch my event to DOM element with JSDOM, despite the obvious lack of documentation or issues describing my issue
– Why do I have to figure this out in the first place, I thought JavaScript was a mature platform but everything is under-documented and it’s a pain to find good projects I can copy and understand from…

Why is developing in JavaScript a fucking nightmare

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