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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)

After watching the screencast by @sir I trashed my #mutt #git integration scripts, because it is actually _way_ easier than I thought.

Thanks for that!

Guess which email client now supports multipart messages \o\

It's aerc /o/


(thanks @emersion for sending me a test email ^^)

Added a "good first ticket" label for aerc issues if anyone wants to try their hand at some Go code

Is Github trying to trigger PTSD with these recommendations

large 47.3T 521.8G 46.8T 1% /tank/large

small 3.5T 4.4G 3.5T 0% /tank/small

storage 15T 7.5T 6.6T 54% /home

/dev/mapper/home 3.6T 3.0T 507G 86% /home

/dev/sda 916G 139G 731G 16% /backup

Sometime in the past 5 years my digital storage volume became effectively infinite

Any creative types open to helping make a cool SVG to teach people aerc's default keybindings?


The good:

- Beautiful waxing gibbous!
- Lots of friendly people walking by!
- Just the right amount of clouds to look cool as they pass over the Moon!

The bad:

- Three people wanted to talk about religion.
- Two people wanted to argue that we never landed on the Moon.
- The Japanese group ignored my attempts to convince them to check out my 望遠鏡

Isn't it fun when all of your programs are vim like and you type into the wrong window and do something completely wrong in the other

Been using aerc as daily driver for an hour now and it is SO comfy

:reply -a

reply all

:reply -q

quote the original message in the reply

Default keybindings:

Rr = :reply<Enter>
Rq = :reply -q<Enter>
rr = :reply -a<Enter>
rq = :reply -aq<Enter>

Guess what email client now supports replying to emails \o\

@sir Better known as "Why don't you focus on the one project that I want to use?"
@sir I too am writing an email client in go, and in a sense, it has been in development since before go existed.
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