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    it truly is awful… article 13 is stupid and evil, article 11 is merely dumb…

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      add a little bit of sed too and yeah, arcane arts of mystical processing magic! ;P (sed can totally be replaced by perl stuff, but still…)

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        awk is an extremely underutilized tool these days, it seems. Combined with perl, you can do some pretty fantastic records processing on a single machine much faster than you can on an ELKS or Hadoop cluster.

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          ooh, awesome…

          but…how????

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            I prefer this pb :)

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              #dedjokes

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                From TFA:

                “The most notable new features are several new shell variables: BASH_ARGV0, EPOCHSECONDS, and EPOCHREALTIME. The history' builtin can remove ranges of history entries and understands negative arguments as offsets from the end of the history list. There is an option to allow local variables to inherit the value of a variable with the same name at a preceding scope. There is a new shell option that, when enabled, causes the shell to attempt to expand associative array subscripts only once (this is an issue when they are used in arithmetic expressions). The globasciiranges’ shell option is now enabled by default; it can be set to off by default at configuration time.”

                Nifty!

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                  This is an awesome throwback to waaay too much of my time around college – it inspired (what eventually became) http://revengerists.com/library/ – originally the library game was hidden, and to find it you had to navigate a few domains of notpron-style puzzles before being tasked with the library

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                    woah this is super cool!

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                      dialing part might be a dream, but server part definitely isn’t…tho your server will probably not reach the internet cause dam ISPs deciding so…

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                        there are literally web/ssh/vnc/ftp/etc server apps for android… hosting your own servers is easier than ever… tho stable net is one obstacle, the bigger one is ISPs not allowing incoming traffic…

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                          It sucks that ISPs have made it so difficult to have a home server - not impossible, just more difficult than it needs to be.

                          If there was an iOS/Android app made to turn a phone into a server, that’d be incredible – I’d love to have people dial into my cellphone which hosts a BBS, but alas that’s only a dream.

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                            Ì don’t see it being very useful either, I’d rather use a shell script than this, if I wanted to avoid make for whatever reason

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                              what use is this?

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                                The interesting fact is that while they didn’t use all the tricks described in the Mozilla bug report, they are looking for tools that could make the JavaScript attacks detectable despite the use of the HTTP cache control.

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                                  Oh! Didn’t know that, even though I could have sworn that I read the list of services on tildeverse.org numerous times. My bad. Thanks for pointing this out.

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                                    I was just about to comment that

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                                      This is what I have been using for awhile.

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                                        We happen to be using a fork of it here on the tildeverse: https://ttm.sh

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                                          With all respect I’m afraid your reading of AGPL is widely extending its reach.

                                          An provider of AGPL based SaaS doesn’t need to provide sources of all software interconnected with the application.

                                          The only difference with GPLv3 is that IF the software is used through a network, the sources of THAT specific software (and its modifications) must be provided to the users.

                                          But if grep was AGPLv3 and used by GMail, Google should only provide users a way to download their modified grep, but nothing more than that.

                                          To me this limit the social benefit of a gift. To a venture capitalist this reduce their return of investment.

                                          Obviously, since we start with different concerns, we look for different solutions to the same problem.

                                          I’m pretty sure no VC would adopt the Hacking License just like I would never adopt the SSPL.