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Go now defaults to attempting to fetch code dependencies from a proxy operated by Google before getting it from source. This feels a bit weird. By default, you are basically leaking the names of your dependencies when you build code.
(via @juliobiason)
codeengineered.com/blog/2019/g

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tech stuff 

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いももち (imomochi) and あげいもは (ageimo), two potato-based Hokkaido fast foods.

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websites is easy. you wanna make a checkbox? <input type="checkbox">. bam. you wanna make the text pink? css color: pink;. all it takes. you wanna put the thing in the middle of the box vertically? no you don't

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The real reason Dutch people are so good at English is because that's what they're speaking when nobody else is listening.

It's an inside joke and you fell for it and thought Dutch was real.
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I had the opportunity to meet a very smart Mastodon developer recently and was struck by three things:

1. They're young and expect software look professional and work right out of the box.

2. They're thoughtful and are as much product managers as engineers.

3. They think in terms of what user will experience first, and implementation later, but equally competent discussing either.

If this is the next generation of the Free Software community, I couldn't be happier/prouder.

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BitBucket is dropping Mercurial support. Here is a script which will migrate your repos to Sourcehut:

hg.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/invertbucke

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Ruffle, a Flash player emulator written in Rust, github.com/ruffle-rs/ruffle.

Ruffle compiles to WebAssembly, so it's a true alternative to Flash without any plugin.

See the demo: ruffle.rs/demo/?file=heroes_of

#rustlang #webassembly #flash

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fedichive situation, gargron 

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Wow, Jim. This is what jumping the shark looks like. You're certainly not speaking for the open source people in my life... Quite the opposite, really. techrights.org/2019/07/31/jim-

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"Basically, software remains vulnerable because the benefits created by insecure products far outweigh the downsides. Once that changes, software security will improve—but not a moment before."

danielmiessler.com/blog/the-re

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We're making it easier to share your photos.

The redesigned ComposeUI will be released this week, we think you will like it.

#pixelfed

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