The New York Times is sharing a bunch of their Covid-19 data publicly:

> With no detailed government database on where the thousands of coronavirus cases have been reported, a team of New York Times journalists is attempting to track every case.

Article: nytimes.com/article/coronaviru

Github repo: github.com/nytimes/covid-19-da

(License: github.com/nytimes/covid-19-da)

food assistance 

food assistance 

Show thread

food assistance 

@Blort @librelounge We haven't on the show, but @emacsen and I just had a 3 hour call together about mutable datashards so it's still in progress :)

How about a new episode of Libre Lounge where @cwebber returns to talk about talk about a bunch of topics, including Terminal Phase, gender, and social gaming during the pandemic.

librelounge.org/episodes/33-ch

@kragen @phoe @ivan @emacsen No doubt, nobody's doubting the *intent of the authors of the AGPL*... we're discussing an unintended effect.

food delivery recommendation, western ma 

Show thread

food delivery recommendation, western ma 

@cwebber @phoe @ivan

Several people never understood your examples, and didn't understand how this would be applicable to non-lisp audience. I purposefully avoided certain words that were complicated because I wanted to take @cwebber 's ideas and distill them down to the *absolute* minimum.

@phoe @ivan @emacsen and the ideas are not *tied to* lisp; this isn't a lisp-only problem, it's just more obvious in lisp to the reduction in distinction between code and data (and love of lambdas)

@phoe @ivan you got it buddy!

And it's more obvious why if you come from a background of lisp, especially configuring emacs... which is what I explained in my talk. But almost all the audience was confused.

@emacsen pointed out that Goblins makes this more obvious with the way it handles objects, but that like my emacs example, isn't clear to a non-lisp audience. I think that was the purpose of this post (and its target audience) whereas you already clearly know lisp. :)

@ivan @emacsen @cwebber OK, now I understand the background (or so I think).

Important thing: AGPL does not seem to allow configuring AGPL programs with config files that contain proprietary code - even if that code is meant to be private and e.g. exposes private details about who I follow online.

re: Animal Crossing 

re: Animal Crossing 

re: Animal Crossing 

re: Animal Crossing 

Show more
Octodon

The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!