"The authors wish it to be known that, in their opinion, the first three authors should be regarded as joint first authors. The order of co-first authors provided here was decided through a mushroom picking competition around the Sognsvann lake, Oslo, Norway."
thinking about how advent of code and coding competitions don't mesh with my motivation at all..
like, I enjoy coding, including for its own right, but as soon as it involves making something non-unique I don't wanna
probably the psychology of that is unhealthy, but I guess it's been creatively helpful too
They all love the film "Hackers" but they don't get that they're not acid burn, they're not zero cool, they're the CISO and they're the secret service agent
Specifically, I'm hoping to find a piece on HTML's history and successes and failures as a *document* language, not as an application language. (Boosts welcome.)
Did you know #OpenBSD chromium port has 901 custom patches handled mostly by a single person?
Upstream (Google) doesn't want to merge the patches because they don't care about *BSD (I don't have the link anymore to that thread on their platform unfortunately).
I would like to see statements like this https://blog.zulip.com/2021/11/12/why-not-blockchain/ from more institutions and services, please.
"Zulip will not integrate a crypto asset wallet, issue crypto assets, promote NFTs, or otherwise attempt to profit from the crypto asset gold rush."
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