Eagerly awaiting the two-steps-forward part of this process.

So here's the thing. You can only violate people's legal rights and your own word so far before they lawyer up and come after you.

I really do hope Musk changes his mind and does the right thing - the employees deserve that. But it'll be fun as hell if he doesn't.

@ErikHellman HTTP/2 has a standard for web sockets which uses a single stream of the protocol over the same TCP connection which is handling normal request/response pairs. rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc8441

GitHub/Git question 

@ConnyDuck I use the `gh` command which you have to get up at the top under the "Code" button. This seems to avoid the merge step that happens with the `pull`-based approach from the bottom.

Of course, if you want to push onto their branch then I go and copy the `pull` command and replace its verb with `push` and append `-f`.

Android 13 is the first Android release where a majority of new code added to the release is in a memory safe language


@omm I'm not sure I can afford the monthly fee for all of those checkmarks!

@chris @Aurimas @vishnu Yeah I meant Vaultwarden. Rust FTW. Just worried about compatibility and longevity, really.

@chris @Aurimas @vishnu How is it? I've always wanted to deploy it but the hosted version has always been rock solid so never bothered.

why call it bird site when ‘the fowl place’ is right there and a much better pun

Finally December which means holiday hoodie season can begin.

@Aurimas BitWarden is open source and self-hostable. 1Password is written in Rust (all clients).

Either is fine. I use BitWarden.

@heathborders I love the 'a' line. I have three wireless chargers and the car has one now so I'm kinda stuck on the more expensive line now. I hadn't looked too closely at the 6/6a's specs since I knew I would skip it.

@chris @dankim I have it all in Docker, thankfully.

If I'm going to migrate then I'm going to need a lot more than what I've seen that Hugo or any other SSG provides.

I wrote my own engine in Kotlin about a year ago. It's ~99% done and produces 99%-identical HTML to Jekyll (for migration confidence). Need to do the last 1% to match the last 1% and then I can start actually iterating on cool features.

Obviously this clear case of future self-harm is not what I would recommend others do, though

@cy Not a problem until October next year so I'll decide then.

@dankim Netlify and any static site generator is fine. I hate-use Jekyll because it's what I've used for a decade but I wouldn't use it for something new. There are good SSGs in Go and Rust now.

@wander1236 Hmm doesn't seem to work. I am using a third-party launcher which also tends to further limit system gestures.

@bwinton that sounds cool. There is a conference talk video about the same project you posted, which does not involve an SNES emulator: deconstructconf.com/2018/tom-m but that's all I know.

@wander1236 Ah I use 3-button nav. Will try and see if it works there too, but unlikely.

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