LOL. Managed to compile F# to and call an F# function from

That awkward moment when you're developing a library to facilitate UI Testing, and you don't know if a bug is in your under development library, or in the theoretically robust system to test the library against

Finally went on a joyride, and ended up in some tiny town with a surprising amount to see

Naming things:

Just named two of our databases serviceName-ephemeral and serviceName-infinite

Finally created a free account on . I'm genuinely impressed by how much they offer. 1GB of storage space, the usual suite of code/rich text editor, KanBan board, Whiteboard etc., all with live sharing.

On top of that, they also offer calendar and contacts, as well as creation of Teams, and team chat tools.

Very impressive for a free and FLOSS service

Success! Managed to get my company to use my open source library that I developed before joining here

Quick question to the tech folk: What are the code_verifier and code_challenge parameters in flow?


Publishing to Nuget

Run npm i && npm run build publish.

Trying out hosted by . It works really nicely. I like it.

I really enjoy the project as a way to get away from proprietary solutions

I've finally run into my first "Site breakage" using fingerprint protection D:

etesync-web uses to hash a password using argon2, and fingerprint protection as well as origin break it :(

Just discovered , a competitor to , but completely free to play. Relies on donations to stay afloat, but seems to be really well made.

I just learned about the guide.

Does anyone know if there exists an API for this data so one could potentially build a browser extension and display privacy tags when doing things like online shopping?

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