Yes, I do check Twitter sometimes (it moves faster than Fedi, sorry).
Yes, I do report aggressive/violent/insulting tweets.
Yes, I do check the results for said reports.
I wonder if there is a way to identify that the browser accessing a site understands FLoC -- the solutions I saw so far are basically adding a header sent by the server telling the browser to not FLoC it.
Identifying it would be a lot better, 'cause you could put a HUGE alert to your users.
I do understand the power of "standing your ground" -- I use Firefox, so I do stand mine -- but sadly the internet is "controlled" by a single entity.
(I still need to figure out the proper way of doing this, but when you think threads and such, all the annoying things the Rust compiler complains make total sense.)
One thing that broke me (today) when coding Rust in a toy project:
I wanted to access only a member of a struct as mutable -- a File object --, so I wouldn't need to change the trait and the rest of the code.
So I thought I was really clever and tried to use a
RefCell, which has external immutability but internal mutability. Didn't work.
And then, thinking about it, looking at the code, I thought "What if I was using async/threads? How would they all write in the same File?"
And that's where I realized where my line of thought was wrong.
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