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The community is so big now that you stumble over awesome crates with thousands of stars on github, and you don't stumble over them because someone mentioned them to you, but because they just "appear" on your way through the internet.

This is awesome.

Can we please, please – PLEASE! not make the nonsensical US date format month/day/year the default in applications? πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

PRE πŸ‘ TTY πŸ‘ PLEASE

And to all users of that format: it makes no sense, it's counter-intuitive, it makes collaboration frustrating, it introduces inconsistencies and errors... Just stop. Please. Use international standards.
(And don't get me started on your other units of weights, volumes and distances. Bloody hell.)

Boost if I'm right.

#Tusky 12.1 is out with a new setting to remove the top app bar, bug fixes and improved translations!
Thx to everyone reporting bugs and translating the app πŸ’™

When brushing your teeth, do you

I keep changing my VPN server's location, but wherever I go, the same horny housewives follow me around!

Stop it, Karen (32) from Nottinghamshire!

@mdszy I'm still mad about command.com being a home utility product site instead of a shell interpreter

To be clear I'm not sure actually python is the problem here just it is not really known for performance.

I used fail2ban with ufw as backend. Recently found out when calling ufw from rust that it's super slow and maybe that was actually the problem. Now using iptables and ipset as backend for my mini clone.

Maybe it was just a bad choice to use ufw and not fail2ban's fault but it's still fun to write a mini clone in rust so I'll continue on it.

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So I installed the other day on my small vps and during a load test I found out that it takes up more than 60% of the CPU during high load. I use(d) it to block annoying attempts to open random php admin pages (I don't even use PHP).

Figured out it's written in python and actually expected such a popular basic tool to be written in C for best performance...

So I started writing a mini clone in and it can handle 300,000 lines/sec on 1 cpu core in first tests.

I blogged! πŸ“

"Shipping Rust CLIs with docker"

A guide on how you can build Rust binaries, package them in docker, and then distribute and run them as if they were "normal" CLI tools.

kevingimbel.de/blog/2020/08/sh

#rust #devops #dev #programming #cli #docker

A dog tried to fight my dog.

My dog sat on them.

I'm pretty proud of her, tbh.

I applied for a grant that would allow me to work full time on @Tusky. Wish me luck.

comic teaser bc i don't have my laptop here chez mes grandmère et grandpère
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Eager to checkout new vgtk release, a gtk-rs wrapper. gtk-rs (and gtk) is so powerful but requires so much boilerplate. github.com/bodil/vgtk/releases

#rust #ui #gtk

1939: software doesn't exist
1949: software is limited
1959: software improves because faulty software costs a LOT of money
1979: software might start costing less, even faulty software
1989: we still care about optimized software, but say yer prayers, varmint.
1999: results of "it compiles; SHIP IT"
2009-: "stop being a cheap-ass; just buy more RAM, a faster CPU, a larger hard drive, a GPU from this century, and run software how developers TELL you to run it, you pleb."

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