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I'm expecting to get some stigma from this one, but I swear I mean this solely in a comedic sense (the joke being "people misinterpret things all the time"), not in a preaching sense.
Religion,joke Show more
God: What are you doing?
Human: Oh, just having sex with lots of people. It's nice
G: No it's not "nice". It's how you contract aids. Aids is bad!
H: You don't want people to have sex?
G: You can have sex! For the love of me have sex, it's how you last longer as a species. Just not with strangers pls.
H: Well who classifies as "not a stranger"?
G: I don't know... Your spouse?
H: *goes to other humans*
H: God says you HAVE to only have sex with your spouse or you go to hell!
SICP Goodness - A Simulator for Digital Circuits (I)
The schedule of this year's #FOSDEM Microkernel and Component-based devroom has been selected:
- What's new in the world of #seL4
- Microkernel virtualization under one roof (#genode)
- A roadmap for the #Hurd?
- A microkernel written in Rust: Porting the UNIX-like #Redox OS to Armv8
- Hands-on composition of basic #L4Re components
- #Unikraft: Unikernels Made Easy
#Jami is a free open source privacy-conscious alternative to Skype. Jami has no servers, calls are encrypted peer-to-peer, with personal data stored only on the devices making the call.
It's available for Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Linux from its official site:
You can follow it on here:
Jami used to be known as "Ring", and has very recently changed its name. You may see both names used during the transition period.
I'd really like to see more rhetoric in the Free Software world. I hear "kind of neat" and "pretty handy" a whole lot, but NO! You're piece of software is the *BEST*! It's *PERFECTLY CRAFTED* by *MASTERS OF CODE* with the *FINEST SCRIPTS* and *CUTTING-EDGE TECHNIQUES*!
"Software update: minor bug fixes"
Me: pshhhh who cares.
"Our team has been working hard in the studio for months, and we're finally happy to announce the best bug-fix release we've ever seen!
Me: wow can't wait to upgrade!
So #GitHub hired this 11 year old to make their atom.io website. I especially like the fact that the screenshots are heavily tinted different colours and don't give me an accurate representation of what the program looks like. Really adds a nice touch.
This isn't a big deal, but it leaves a sour taste in my mouth. At least no-one uses Atom.
I write code in Lisp, I live in Canada.
Currently very interested in GNU Hurd
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