Huh, a couple of my HN comments are having a karma spike. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19365079 and its grandchild, on (mostly) barriers to vaguely-FSF-like freedom in the context of digital socialization.
Per last: I don't _want_ a red queen scenario where if you go under 30 commits per day you explode, especially because it seems to hit both the long tail of low-resource off-beat projects _and_ anything that interfaces with areas of society that benefit much more from being long-term stable. Besides the obvious infosecpocalypse of “update or get cracked”, what's causing this? Is there a way to turn this thing around, or some good ways to mitigate the effects?
@22 … an Infinite Nonstandard Library of Individually Named Evaluables. INLINE.
I'm going to take that if I ever make my ridiculous supercompiler. Donut steel.
Such spiders! (Warning: spiders.) https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45572331
Current status: All tests passing.
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