I am deep in the #Ruby (YARV) internals trying to figure out some locking around `GET_VM()`. I think my brain is leaking out of my ears.
Did #neovim 0.4 just get quietly released? I see the `stable` tag getting bumped on Github, but no release announcement.
TW: suicide, public transit
Not to be callous, but if you're the primary commuter transit in a several-million-resident metro area, maybe you should have a strategy to not completely shut down for an entire evening of commute every time someone causes a "major medical emergency" by jumping in front of a train. This happens every couple of weeks on #SFBART
https://lkml.org/lkml/2019/8/22/1684 this is ominous looking
My company just (5 minutes ago) announced a major reorg (via a PDF emailed to the whole team by someone's executive assistant), basically minimizing engineering, disowning all the projects engineering has been advocating, and putting most of the company in the hands of a new executive who nobody met until last week. I think that might be the next tone of the death knell that I hear...
Seeing a bunch of SSL traffic through #tor getting MITMed by an exit node presenting a *.onion.mba certificate. Hrm.
Upgraded to the #macOS 10.14.6 supplementary update and now my dock has a mysterious blue orb in it that I can't remove. Neat.
Sometimes I forget how terrible building #Java software is. This open-source package is 14,500 lines of code and running `mvn` pulls in 876 jars (223MB) worth of dependencies.
1Password is giving away free pro accounts to folks who are participating in elections or are campaigning for better democracy. https://blog.1password.com/introducing-1password-for-democracy/
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