@gappleto97 oh my god. You reported me to the instance that I ADMIN!

That's hilarious. You didn't bother to address any of the statements I made. You didn't address any arguments. You immediately went to the "cry to mommie" button and report me to that person in authority (I think I'm already silenced on .social anyway). Are you new here? You probably have no idea how the fediverse/mastodon/pleroma work do you?

Go run to your authority, such in everything from the TV and DO NOT THINK. Please don't start thinking. You obviously don't understand how to and if you start your brain might vaporize.

Let me guess, written in rust and completely pointless?

A short review of GnuPG alternatives in 2021 and how we still aren't there just yet.



Modern Linux is when they reimplement OOM killer in userspace, only for it to kill your desktop (of course it's GNOME, you guessed it) along with your filesystem management routines in a terminal under your desktop. Thank you, Red Hat.

Turns out snapshot builds of OpenWrt on Mi Router 4A Gigabit Edition are outright broken, and WAN with PPPoE won't work. Backports like gitlab.com/db260179/xiaomi-m4a do work though.

"I swear I'll run your code in someday"

submitted by the_man_with_none

Did you ever know that when your Linux system booted for too long, kernel memory leaks.

So Linux kernel developers made a garbage collector but you have to run it manually.

To reclaim memory you need enter REISUB while pressing Alt+PrintScreen.

oh my gods. they literally have no shame about this.

GitHub Support just straight up confirmed in an email that yes, they used all public GitHub code, for Codex/Copilot regardless of license.

syg_go got updated for Yggdrasil 0.4.0. Little use for it since @acetone outperformed it by a number of times, but little reason to be out of date as well.


Just encountered a Telegram chat about Git with a moderator bot that erases posts containing formatted code from new people. 🤦‍♀️ Perfect to wander off people who want to actually post readable programming questions.

PSA: Gitea changed something in how it packages source code along with releases, and therefore all links grabbing source code from somewhere along with hashsums (notably, AUR) are broken. Unsure about the release it was broken in, but somewhere between v1.13 and v1.14.1.

@wolf480pl @jeder @pony tired: a server you can put under your bed
wired: a server that can be your bed

Pulling GitHub into the kernel process https://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/860607/ef7cdf174ccbe54d/
#sourcehut made really simple to send patches from the website itself, apply patches from the mailist to the repo, and yet, I don't see it even considered... What a shame.

Also, this is really sad. People should learn how to adapt to the workflow of a project if they want to contribute to it.

When you go to work in the software development field, you don't start bitching about the Git workflow the company has set up, you adapt to work so. The same applies to Free Software/Open Source projects.

We're reaching levels of laziness too big...
Show older

The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!