Any nation whose military is involved in "cyber" warfare should have its members earning their chops by doing regular attempts at hacking various other organizations within the government, and responsibly disclosing any issues. Trained hackers for the national defense AND free pentesting and improved security for various digital facets of the government. Naturally this is improved by the obvious presupposition that all software paid for and operated by the government shall be legally required to be open source.
@dimpase That's why they write the code in a text editor, and not draw the diagrams in a fancy GUI.
Some formats are human-readable, XML is not the best, but still better than a binary file or a DBMS backend…
Org-mode is one of the best examples here, but it's far from feature completeness.
Oh gosh, this is sadly so accurate
when you need to confirm you're not a robot
The code of Cthulhu:
"[...] The programmer offers up the listing to Cthulhu, their scrawney pale malnourished arms shaking with the effort of holding the giant stack of paper, encrusted with eldritch scrawlings of barely legible code. [...]"
One of my projects is a graphical interface to Maxima, which is a symbol maths tool.
It's developed using the Common Lisp Interface Manager, or CLIM for short. So, I named the tool Climaxima.
While the name is clever, it doesn't roll off the tongue in a natural way. Thus I would like to change the name, but as we all know, naming things is one of the two hard problems in computer science.
Therefore, I'm asking the experts here to suggest a good name for this tool.
Here is a video of the tool in action, so that you can see what it looks like. That may help to provide some context.
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