just loaded up the witness on steam play on linux. worked great! performance wasn't too bad!
url-picker: link hints for urxvt https://bitbucket.org/sterlingcamden/urlpicker/src
"Bake for 19-20 minutes"
Why? Surely such a narrow range couldn't compensate for much variance in oven heat.
that's not what I had in mind emacs
I'm liking the new reddit redesign
nice thing I see mailing list code review do that people on github don't do: interdiffs between patchset revisions. "What has changed since the last proposed changes" is nice instead of just tacking on more fixup commits.
decided to go with actix-web instead of implementing an http server myself... I'm surprised you can hit this level of expressiveness with such a low level lang: https://gist.github.com/jb55/1f3bd007b0b69047833e4b287c7d740e
this is the simplest activitystreams encoding in rust I could come up with that seems to parse most of the test examples https://gist.github.com/jb55/23cc11a3f47c57e04446777e0dc4ad35 (modulo additional object fields)
Or is everyone just using matrix these days
Is anyone using ircv3 yet
I think I severly underestimated the size of the rust dev community. every project has like 5000 stars on github.
someone make me a logo for "wolfsocks"
fine I'll use rust for this activitypub server
Does a federated git forge make sense (gitlab, github, etc). Some benefits(?) I can think of: standardized issue URIs, federated forking: "hey I forked you here", code review. Follow/like/fork repo activities? Federated issue tracker?