The “Ultimate” SX-64 Project Part 2: A lot has happened! https://csixty4.com/the-ultimate-sx-64-project-part-2-a-lot-has-happened/
@profoundlynerdy considering stuff like https://codebase64.org/doku.php?id=base:vic#vicii_hardware_tricks , there's probably more code intentionally doing these kinds of hacks than code being actually buggy.
CryptPad v.3.2.0 (Chilihueque) is now available on GitHub (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.2.0)
Chilihueque lays some important groundwork that we'll use to introduce teams in our next release (in addition to some smaller bug fixes and optimizations).
Try it on http://CryptPad.fr
A CS researcher and source code archaeologist disassembles #Atari 2600 game, gets more than they bargained for:
Entombed: An archaeological examination of an Atari 2600 game
My guess is the "buggy" code takes advantage of a hardware quirk. What do you 6502 old-timers think?
From @otto 's commit message:
"""Disable DoH by default. While encrypting DNS might be a good thing, sending all DNS traffic to Cloudflare by default is not a good idea.
Applications should respect OS configured settings."""
Very interesting. Searching for an explanation to why bacteria, despite making genetic clones of themselves, shows surprising individual variation. And no, it's not solely due to genetic mutations.
A Mathematical Model Unlocks the Secrets of Vision - https://www.quantamagazine.org/a-mathematical-model-unlocks-the-secrets-of-vision-20190821/
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