Magit in spacemacs: https://www.saltycrane.com/blog/2018/11/magit-spacemacs-evil-magit-notes/
I have to print this for when I tried spacemacs a third time.
Inter-process communication in Linux: Sockets and signals https://opensource.com/article/19/4/interprocess-communication-linux-networking
got a mini manual done for class today. it's my very first manual. i did it on one of my programming projects. you can find the manual here:
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Rainer Joswig gets furious. In my opinion, in his case, I don't think he's right, he has his social network clearly associated with his true personality. There are those who enjoy it https://twitter.com/HexstreamSoft/status/1117814300490502149?s=19
Nice writeup by @darius about Dat, SSB, and ActivityPub and how they can learn from each other: https://blog.datproject.org/2019/03/22/three-protocols-and-a-future-of-the-decentralized-internet/
Indeed, my post-standardization of ActivityPub work (on Spritely) has largely been about exploring similar thoughts! See also the @librelounge episode with @joeyh where we talk about Secure Scuttlebutt (esp in relation to ActivityPub) https://librelounge.org/episodes/episode-14-secure-scuttlebutt-with-joey-hess.html
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I'm sad as fuck about Notre Dame, but these pages from David Macaulay give me hope.
This is what GNU Guile needs to become popular https://twitter.com/domenuk/status/1116312225030004736?s=19
The first github issue of my life: https://github.com/ggambetta/computer-graphics-from-scratch/issues/8
New sections: assenters, objectors and addenda.
@ondiz Hasta pusimos puntuaciones a los protagonistas:
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