I know that we have http://socialhub.network/ for this as well and I encourage the devs to use these places in conjunction to this one for conversations for historical and open discussion reasons.
@librelounge The reason we put off talking about federation and ActivityPub until a few months into the show was actually because we wanted to make sure we had enough of a feel about how to do these shows before we tackled a topic that's so important to us. I feel like now's a good time though!
Surely you've been wondering, when on earth is @librelounge going to talk about ActivityPub? Especially since I'm co-host and that's a major part of my work!
Well, here's an episode that's *entirely* about ActivityPub! https://librelounge.org/episodes/episode-12-activitypub-part-1.html
It's the second in a series about federation. There's more coming!
Continuing their discussion on federation, @cwebber and @emacsen dive into ActivityPub and how it works in the latest episode of Libre Lounge https://librelounge.org/episodes/episode-12-activitypub-part-1.html
Items in Racket's mrlib heirarchical display widget have a get-text item: https://docs.racket-lang.org/mrlib/hierarchical-list-item___.html
> Returns a text-editor buffer whose content is the display representation of the item. In other words, fill in this text editor to set the item’s label.
you know it's hardcore when your tree view widget items can each be their own text editor structure
Buying a new appliance that doesn't have internet-of-shit stuff embedded in it is becoming hard (soon it will be for used things too)
This is especially odd when looking at say, buying a microwave, which can normally act as a makeshift faraday cage. Sorry, I need to wrap my faraday cage in a faraday cage kthx
Creating Languages in Racket is very on-topic: https://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=2068896
Making a language for writing a text adventure? Oh heck yeah.
> After a long disclosure process we release #SMoTherSpectre, a transient execution attack that uses port contention as a side channel (instead of caches) to leak register/memory data. Details: http://nebelwelt.net/blog/20190306-SMoTherSpectre.html paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1903.01843 PoC: https://github.com/HexHive/SMoTherSpectre
Let me break that down for you: it's similar to Meltdown/Spectre but uses a technique that doesn't involve evaluating "untrusted code".
@cwebber this is a real thing called reinsurance because everything is terrible