Loving this special secret GitHub profile feature…
“By building our cooperative upon these principles, supplemented by our politics and dedication to social and economic justice, worker-owners at tech coops are able to shape our own deeply rewarding careers in technology, unrestricted by the constraints and bitter compromises that characterize more traditional careers in the industry.”
— Worker Coops: A Better Way to Make a Living in Tech https://modelviewculture.com/pieces/worker-coops-a-better-way-to-make-a-living-in-tech
I'm writing a bog-standard Unicode tokeniser to replace the crap one SQLite ships, and I'm wondering why I'm wasting my life writing C code again.
In the same vein of the old post I re-tooted, is there a Rust guru out there that can tell me if:
* Decent ICU bindings or equivalent Unicode normalisation, case folding and word-break analysis exists for Rust? (the latter being key)
* Decent SQLite FTS5 custom tokeniser bindings or equivalent exist for Rust?
Pretty sure I'm at Phase Six with Geary: https://nibblestew.blogspot.com/2020/11/the-nine-phases-of-open-source-project.html
Why demonstrate the CSV parser parsing a string literal or filesystem stream when you can generate the CSV using your fancy (otherwise useless) CSV generator and hook it up in a way that's incompatible for the common use case?
The use of test cases as "API documentation" that doesn't show how to use the module for common bog-standard use cases, and instead brings in other unrelated CSV modules to conflate the example is particularly *chef kiss*
Of course, by "media" I mostly mean "music".
Any suggestions for a headless media server & nas I can install on Debian Bullseye? I finally got my @PINE64 RockPro64 NAS build finished and installed using the offical Debian installer... and I now I find out Kodi doesn't run headless :/
Might finally have all the moving parts required to get this NAS on the road:
* ARM board? Check.
* NAS case? Check.
* PSU? Check.
* Two SSDs for mirroring? Check.
* Kernel support? Check.
* Debian Installer support? Check.
* TTL UART serial to USB cable? Check.
* Arcane vendor-specific ARM boot requirements? Check.
* Out of date wiki page? Check.
* Contradictory forum posts? Check.
* Sportsball-related public holiday: Check.
* Coffee? Check.
Tech people are the problem with the Internet:
“By and large, technically skilled hackers wrapped themselves in the glow of their terminals the way politicians wrap themselves up in their country’s flags. They mostly ignored the forces of industrialization re-centralizing the Internet and turning it into massive digital strip malls like Facebook.”
— The Internet was always anarchist, so anarchists must learn to become responsible for operating it https://c4ss.org/content/53593
“Apple granted the FBI access to the iCloud account of a protester accused of setting police cars on fire in #Seattle this summer, according to court documents.”
Melbourne, Wurundjeri Nation.
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