Google helps major phone manufacturer avoid their non-free android addons.
@cwebber no, but basically have enough control over your data formats that there's no place to hide the added data that makes the collision happen
@cwebber personally I assumed sha1 chosen-prefix attacks would be the next thing, and already hardened git-annex's use of git against them :P
@cwebber since git already uses that sha1 since SHAttered
@cwebber question is, does the sha1 variant hardened against SHAttered detect this, and/or can it be improved to detect this?
@liw what BTC level is required?
Libreplanet videos are up
finally getting to see the 1st half of a talk I came into late
but I can't seem to find the super moving keynote about 3d printing medical equipment?
@cwebber ran into him in NYC 1999, he was fully gargoyled up
@cwebber I think that the answer to the question involves cell phones. Swipe scroll is native there, and the scroll bar is relegated to an indicator of position.
Unfortunately, cell phone UI has infected desktop UI to a large degree.
(Mouse with scroll wheels existed over a decade before the current fashion for thin scroll bars so seem at best a post-hoc justification.)
@technomancy LIGO is awesome, I've added a tour to my bucket list, right after returning to CERN and getting to see inside the accellerator which was not on my otherwise amazing CERN tour.
You know, there's a satellite based LIGO on the drawing board, the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna. Much longer beam lengths, potentially much more accurate.
Oh no they fixed one of my favorite bugs, the "ok hat location is writable" bug
I take solace in the fact that the fix didn't address the underlying design flaw, so this bug will resurface in some other, hopefully equally as amusing form
@Mainebot Amazon Prime Air
surely that should be check #NaN