tl;dr: Ship every FOSS project with a "guix.scm" file.
These can be used to set up dev environments with
"guix environment -l guix.scm"
Projects built using Guix as a dev environment are free from the "binary-black-box-container-only" plague, healthier for user freedom!
An amazing explanation:
"Reverse Engineering the source code of the BioNTech/Pfizer SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine"
Tomorrow is this year's last compilercompiler* talk by Yulia Startsev. Looking forward to it!
Live on Friday 11 December 2020 at 17:00CET: https://www.twitch.tv/codehag/schedule
A friend of mine would like to organize an on line reading group for children and she'd like to publish a podcast
Where can she host her podcast ?
Should have posted this last week but here it is: the qemu advent calendar
My highlights so far are
- day 3: game in GW-BASIC, my first language ever (31 years ago), and
- day 4: bootRogue because I love nethack and this is just wow.
Consider submitting a talk to the “#declarative and #minimalistic computing” devroom at #FOSDEM 2021! 👇
It’ll be a very different FOSDEM this year, but hopefully we can have packed videoconf rooms too (!), with more people from regions of the world usually underrepresented in Brussels.
Kandria, the 2D hack & slash platformer I've been working on now has a Steam page! Wishlisting would help a lot:
[ANN] EmacsConf 2020 videos are out!
The EmacsConf 2020 videos are now ready. Thanks to everyone who helped
make it happen!
You can check out https://emacsconf.org/2020/talks/ to find the videos,
Q&A, links, and notes for each talk.
Read the full announcement on the emacsconf-discuss mailing list archives:
Corona Contact Tracing Germany jetzt auf F-Droid 🚀
Unabhängig von Google; microg-App nicht erforderlich. Ausschließlich freie Software, reproduzierbar kompiliert.
I’m very happy that #Guix is welcoming Magali as a new #Outreachy intern!
Magali will be laying the foundation for a new command to browse package history.
I've talked to some knowledgeable #WebAssembly people today about control flow in #Lisp #CommonLisp, and discussed the ways in which the primitive CL control flow operators could possibly be implemented in WASM at some point in the future.
The talk was good but painfully short; I only had one hour, and there were lots of insightful questions. I barely touched the condition system and instead focused on the primitives.
Nix, Racket, and Emacs user reading about Nix
logician programmer - lisper - igalian working on compilers (c++) and webassembly
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