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ghci> fix id *** Exception: loop ghci> fix (+1) *** Exception: loop ghci> fix (>> undefined) *** Exception: stack overflow ghci> fix ('a':) "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.. ghci> fix fix Occurs check: cannot construct the infinite type: a0 = a0 -> a0
A web browser that natively supported ipfs could simply take each public key as an origin and apply same-origin policy to that. This would actually be better than the current DNS-based implementation (which is pretty creaky, take special cases around ".uk" for example.)
side project I've been doing for the past couple of months http://ascii.textfiles.com/archives/4609
I love this road. I've seen as many as a dozen box turtles on it in one 4 mile stretch, and then there's the river..
(#6 was blood on my calves (you had to be there) and #5-#1 are reserved for some later point)
high barn hayloft doors
When this is on the way home from dinner, how can you not stop? (#9)
My shower utterances this time of year consist entirely of "yeagh, ice cold spring water!!"
The tenth most gorgeous thing I saw today.
This was a lot like playing tetris. Stream of peices to fit into their type-holes. http://git.joeyh.name/?p=propellor.git;a=commitdiff;h=f35ef9d6975710f2d77c2ea708c66500861d92d1 237 lines in 30 minutes!
Mixed opinions, which I can understand, but some people like it so that's great!
Also when you get past the 1st bit, it's a very good article about things we should all think about.
But Joeyh, _why, Thoreau, Emerson, Knuth, Plato and Nietzsche?! At least one of these things is not like the others.
It is very weird to randomly click on some post on HN and get this. If you're me. http://begriffs.com/posts/2015-04-20-going-write-only.html
git-annex is featured on the 10 Years of Git timeline https://www.atlassian.com/git/articles/10-years-of-git/
It's an effective (and common) policy if you want to keep people in the dark.
Much as I came up with the whole design document for Scroll late one night, I've just written down a pretty complete design for "GIt the Explorer".
In which you play Git, a level 1 Explorer of a git repository. Any git repository.
Your goal: To travel back in time to the Big Commit that started it all.
[snip 79 lines]
(Does this mean the game could not only play its own repositoriy, but even play its own save games as levels in itself? :)
Other than a rather tricky level layout, this seems simpler and easier than Scroll, so doable in a week. It still seems insane to do 7drl again next year, but one of these 7drl's ...
Have not been reading a lot of fiction the past year or two, but I certainly am this week. Read just 8 novels in Jan-Mar, but already 5 in April, and 2 in the past 2 days.
author: Jo Walton
average rating: 3.73
book published: 2015
date added: 2015/04/16
0x27 in programmer years means
... I can mostly sort of understand this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KioQRICpmo
... And hey, I remember that guy, we had lunch in Canberra once and the whole table of LCA attendees happened to know Haskell.
... And, it seems, I wake up at 6 am to watch lectures like this now?
Pleased that I helped the curl developers fix its behavior when downloading a 0-byte url. Before now, it "successfully" didn't create a file at all in this situation. https://github.com/bagder/curl/issues/183
They went from "It certainly works like this on purpose, it is not a mistake" to "I have merged the fix for this issue". All it took in this case was gently pointing out a better approach than the one they'd gotten stuck on.
Good bug reporting is such an art. Mine aren't always so good, or successful. Sometimes just funny is the way to go https://github.com/yamadapc/haskell-ascii-progress/issues/13
"Encryption in ext4 is a per-directory-tree affair." http://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/639427/309eb368f189617c/ OH YEAH
(Although exposure of number of encrypted files and sizes may limit use cases a tad.)
I hope this slays encfs; tired of getting bug reports related to its implementation warts.
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9343021 well that's interesting
Laundry, taxes, and then an emergency .1 bugfix release. I've had better days.
author: Joan Slonczewski
average rating: 3.42
book published: 2011
date added: 2015/02/01
author: Ed Finn
average rating: 3.74
book published: 2014
date added: 2014/12/18
author: Greg Egan
average rating: 3.91
book published: 2002
date added: 2014/11/17
author: Corinne Duyvis
average rating: 3.78
book published: 2014
date added: 2014/11/12
author: William Gibson
average rating: 4.00
book published: 2014
date added: 2014/10/31
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