In case anyone would like to contribute to sr.ht but is a bit scared about the setup:
mako 1.6 is now released! The main new feature is modes.
It's quite annoying when people use the term "secure" to refer to Digital Restriction Management mechanisms. A "secure buffer" is not a good way to describe a buffer that cannot be read by the user. "Protected buffer" is slightly better but still a bit misleading.
I've suggested "user-hostile buffer", but not sure how other people will like it :P
Apparently one of my discussions on the kernel mailing list has been featured on LWN :3
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