@pounce depends, who do you want to blame? Supposedly 4xx = request is wrong, you need to fix something. 5xx = it's our fault, it might work if you try again.
In practice I'm not sure it matters much. Servers aren't all that consistent and most clients just check if it's some kind of error. If it's a human using a browser it's more important to tell them what went wrong in the request body.
tl;dr 418 why not?
And this one explains why it's useful in a UI. Cancellation is important and needs to be handled by default.
Apparently this is the article to read if you want to know what structured concurrency is about:
@pounce whatever, the pounce network would be pointless without pounce. (I follow a few other people now but they're mostly boring.)
@pounce that's funny, all I get are accordion videos.
@pounce Yeah, I think so. https://docs.requarks.io/wiki/install/installation/git#using-ssh
Accordion song of the day is "l'Heure Bleue," a nice simple blues tune that I stumbled on looking for accordion samba:
"The name Sgr A* was coined by Brown in a 1982 paper because the radio source was "exciting", and excited states of atoms are denoted with asterisks." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagittarius_A*
The Supreme Court’s Math Problem: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019/03/scotus-gerrymandering-case-mathematicians-brief-elena-kagan.html
Jordan Ellenberg explains why, in testing for gerrymandering, asking about deviation from proportional representation is the wrong question. Democratic systems naturally concentrate power to the majority rather than being proportional. The right question is whether that concentration is at the natural level, or is artificially accelerated in one direction or another.
@sir I don't know what you mean by "build platform" but maybe compare with the Go tools or Ninja?
Here is the paper:
An accordion emoji is on its way:
@pounce I have started and abandoned lots of projects. My suggestion is picking small, fun projects you can actually finish and have something to show.
@sir but without YouTube having created a huge collection of videos and the massive infrastructure to host it, NewPipe would have no reason to exist.
Not saying it's wonderful, but credit where credit is due.
"You know how the \hat command in LaTeΧ puts a caret above a letter? ... Well I was thinking it would be funny if someone made a package that made the \hat command put a picture of an actual hat on the symbol instead?"
And then Matthew Scroggs and Adam Townsend went ahead and did it.
Package at https://ctan.org/pkg/realhats, behind-the-scenes commentary at https://aperiodical.com/2019/03/realhats-writing-a-latex-package/
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@pounce yeah, I was just happy that discussion was civil and nobody seemed to be particularly angry about anything, which isn't the case for some political topics. (Or maybe it just means the moderators were on top of things.)
And I learned a couple things I didn't know. (Now I'm wondering if Plato's Republic is a satire like someone claimed.)
Some commenters described their experience as "sometimes it sounds male and sometimes female" but I expect perceptions would vary.
Did you try it out? What did you think?
Former Googler, novice accordionist
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