Moving over at @alatiera while registrations are still open.
RT @sdroege_: Small update on glib-futures for .@rustlang: Changed to a library, covered more GLib API, added some GIO Futures & allow !Sen… source: https://twitter.com/rustlang/status/983830111559520257
Ok, so the Let's Encrypt of mastodon.cc expired without renewal for the second time in a row (It happened 3 months ago too). I guess it's not automatically updated.
This raises some concerns, I don't want to be in a situation where I wake up and my acc/instance is gone like witches.town.
I am thinking of migrating to another instance I can trust, any recommendations?
Don't mind me, Just casually creating, initializing and attaching 1.5k different GTK Widgets and shoving them into a ListBox asynchronously. Without ever blocking. No Threads involved, just a single Glib Main loop.
Would you believe if I added that this only took 20 lines of code?
Would you also believe me if I said that the same 20 lines can be used FOR ANY Gtk Container widget, not just ListBox.
Go ahead and take a look for yourself!
RT @sdroege_: A proof-of-concept single-threaded .@rustlang futures Executor around the @gnome GLib main context/loop. No tokio here, only… source: https://twitter.com/rustlang/status/982218332718776322
Wow, somebody had the audacity to do a formal & executable (!) memory model for the Linux kernel and they aptly named the paper „Frightening small children and disconcerting grown-ups: Concurrency in the Linux kernel“.
From the abstract: „We offer a model written in the cat language, making it not only formal, but also executable by the herd simulator.“
Herd is a toolsuite written in OCaml to test/simulate memory models.
Uber Eats Wikipedia article edited anonymously from US House of Representatives https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?diff=834389530&oldid=831054673
How was I writing tests without the pretty_assertions crate before!
Amazing what difference a bit of color can make.
Building Flatpak packages with the Gitlab-CI
#1974 "Conversational Dynamics"
"You should make it so people can search for and jump into hundreds of conversations at once if they want." "Ooh, good idea! I imagine only the most well-informed people with the most critical information to share will use that feature."
Guess it's not much prettier after all.
18y/old kid without future.
I like writing free software and Rust.
Looking for a Job.
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