Anyone who suggests using or subdividing doesn't understand the real world Internet. Those addresses would be unusable for decades. We still have devices that don't speak CIDR, and that's 25 years old.

Add IPv6 and be done with it. #sysadmin

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I'm also quite puzzled about why nobody has yet proposed porting Idris or Agda record syntax as a language extension to Haskell.

I just cannot state this enough. Lens in is a solution to a problem that shouldn't exist in the first place.

Software testing — heuristic search for the invariants violation.

Do you want drama? Here's some.

TL;DR a popular JS library will display paid ads right in your terminal when you run your code.

The function implementation is quite simple.

singleton :: a -> [a]
singleton x = [x]

That's it. Surprisingly, a lot of people don't like this because there are other "better ways" of doing to same thing, and this caused a long and not very healthy discussion. I'm not entirely sure what to think of it, really.


If you want a perfect example of bikeshedding, look no further than Libraries mailing list. Specifically, the recent singleton thread.

A bit of background first. In Haskell, almost every container library has an idiomatic function called singleton, which takes a value and returns a container with that single value in it. With the only exception being plain simple lists.

About a week ago it was proposed to fix this gap by adding the singleton function for lists.


freezes if I start multi-line mode in Intero repl. Heh...

The only reason I use emacs is spacemacs. Otherwise I'd have switched to atom or vscode a long time ago.

Oh... It's just gnu people fucked up. Never mind.

ELPA is giving out bad request. Am I the only one seeing this?

That thing where Edwin just hits a key and the compiler comes up with the function for a type by searching all available cases is just awesome.

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