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Rust doesn't have a specification
Therefore all Rust code is undefined behavior
Therefore Rust has more undefined behavior than C
Therefore Rust < C
Checkmate athiests

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Indent with semicolons

int main() {
;;;;int a;
;;;;for (a = 0; a < 10; a++) {
;;;;;;;;printf("%d\n", a);
;;;;}
}

(is it illegal to recycle your old tweets as toots)

lol github has been down for almost 3 hours now

For the record, I have 234 followers from mastodon.social who can't interact with my account.

Apparently my account has been suspended on mastodon.social, which explains why a dozen people over the past month have contacted me with trouble following my account. I guess that means all 256,596 mastodon.social users don't want to see my posts

It looks like the MMU blog post may have to be postponed too, in favor of the "introduction to sway 1.0" post

as much as i personally believe that open-source software, both by itself and its community, ideally should be more user-friendly, i don't think that _all_ software projects have to do so.

open-source devs have limited resources, and sometimes it's better to spend them on making a program more functional or faster, rather than building a newbie-friendly user interface or handling questions from inexperienced users.

I started working on "Taking a FLOSS project from small to large" based on the results of that poll and struggled to differentiate it from this article:

drewdevault.com/2018/06/01/How

I think I'll scrap this and do the MMU article instead.

@sir how dare you not dedicate 110% of your time to working for free on what _I_ choose you to?!

There's something about sneezing in a song that just gets me

Is it just me or is the refresh button on Chromium a placebo within 10 seconds or so of loading a 502'd page

Testing your .travis.yml: 20 git commits visible to all on your upstream while you repeatedly fuck it up with 30 minute waits in between each test

Testing your .build.yml: paste it into /submit and get your build results 30 seconds later

Average Travis time from submit to running user scripts: upwards of 30 minutes

Average builds.sr.ht time from submit to running user scripts: 5-10 seconds

I have one repo which goes from pushed to built & deployed in under 30 seconds

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