@tfb Sure. A lot of academics think strong typing is awesome because it lets them write complex thesis papers.
In real production code, typing is sand in the gears.
Even in my darkest dreams, I'll never approach the level of pure, unmitigated evil of the person who made this unhygienic implementation of syntax-rules.
Yes, really, unhygienic syntax-rules. Truly a master course in trolling.
Missy Elliott claims that Supa Dupa Fly came out 22 years ago. That cannot be true. Here's my proof: https://youtu.be/hHcyJPTTn9w
That song is too funky and futuristic to be more than 20 years old.
@zig The main repository, I guess, is where the bug/issue-tracking and discussions/mailing lists live. Otherwise, pushing to and checking for MRs/PRs on all of them isn't really a big deal.
If independence is your priority, then Framagit and SourceHut are the favorites, depending on your aesthetics. If the priority is visibility, then GitHub, followed by GitLab.com, that's understandable too.
The version most of y'all know is pretty dope too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2zgB93KANE
I am a republican who is neither nationalist, nor républicain, nor Republican, certainly not Catholic, and certainly not capitalist. An atheist but not laïque. Green and red and starry plow.
Fuck your 14 juillet, double fuck your 4 July, and I will continue sending money to fund defense against your 12th night.
Tweet from @pigworker
@pigworker: The canonical examples are "fish" (<><) and "chips" (<>>), sliding the abacus beads respectively all to the left and all to the right.
Or "hard to port!" and "hard to starboard!", if you prefer.
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