Stages of Denial while Learning K: http://nsl.com/papers/denial.html
Array languages encourage a different sort of thinking (like FP does to typically-imperative programmers), so now I have K2 Manual in my reading queue. We'll see how this goes :D
After obtaining Roboto the situation has become much more tenable.
Still weird how it could have happened in the first place though.
Okay, apparently the fault is partially on Gitlab though i'm not sure why sans-serif is being skipped there
Yes, those digits are emoji. No, my font chain includes perfectly normal Arabic numerals and I have no idea why they aren't being used in this particular context.
If only lcdscrub didn't tear so badly.
My spec reading spree continues, and the Scuttlebutt protocol guide is still really nice to read: https://ssbc.github.io/scuttlebutt-protocol-guide/
It's a bit unfortunate that it requires deviating from the regular JSON convention that keys within objects may be unordered (and hence goes against the general ideas of them being just hash tables) but I suppose that's the historical baggage that any project has some of.
Byte is here. https://byte.co/
Suggest following Tragic_Tofu, they were great back in the day.
I suppose for many it must have made intuitive sense, I'm just pointing this out for myself.
Now that I think about it, compression algorithms seem to be a fair measure of entropy—if your data compresses poorly, it must be pretty random.
Of course this isn't an absolute measure, but it feels like a fair heuristic to an uneducated soul like me.
It's just one of these days you feel like reading a bunch of RFCs for fun.
Like DEFLATE. https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1951
Nope, apparently I can't get the magic incantation working to log in the way I want due to two factor auth. Ah well.
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