#2170 "Coordinate Precision"
40 digits: You are optimistic about our understanding of the nature of distance itself.
Tech Company: "This will make the AUX cable obsolete!"
No it won't you are just trying to plug the analog hole for your MPAA and RIA goons and do vendor lock-in on your products.
Do you use `pass` as password manager on your machine?
There is an extension to verify your passwords against the HIBP database of known passwords and make sure that your password wasn't exposed during a data breach. (Of course without telling your password apart)
This extension is packaged on #Fedora as pass-pwned.
Brian "bex" Exelbierd wrote an article about it, and how to install it on any other distro on opensource.com:
Little piece of git rebase advice occurs to me
Say you're working on a feature that touches 3 modules, and you've written a bunch of commits during your work that all touch a mix of the affected modules in each commit. When it comes time to rebase, you want to get one commit per module. In git rebase -i, choose the "e" option for any commits affecting multiple modules, then git reset HEAD^ to undo that commit and update the working directory. Use git add -p to add only the hunks affecting module A, then commit it. Rinse & repeat for other modules, then git rebase --continue until you're done.
Then git rebase -i again, reorder the commits to group them by module, and squash/fixup to your heart's content.
You know when you can't hear your speakers, and you keep turning various volume controls up higher and higher in confusion, and then someone hits the mute button and there's a deafening blast of sound? That's basically what happened at Chernobyl.
#2157 "Diploma Legal Notes"
If you're planning to challenge the royal family, you should probably wait 6-8 weeks, since a number of the younger ones have diplomas and Kate was actually on the varsity lightsaber team at St Andrews.
@tuxcrafting if it crashes in malloc then probably some code corrupts the memory arena
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