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#1 Re: Appreciation/Awesomeness » software » 2019-04-16 18:13:20

absentinsomniac wrote:

My printer isn't working

good job corps

thanks for the protocol over protocol and vendor driver and big fukin 10 mb shit to send some shit to the shit and it breaks and we dont know thanks

HAVE YOU TRIED TURNING IT OFF AND BACK ON AGAIN??

#4 Re: Emotional discussion » is anyone here happy? » 2019-03-20 18:19:42

fuck happiness, seek contentment

blah blah buddhism mon

#5 Re: Computers/programming/software » DnE HUD » 2019-03-20 06:05:54

Polling is old school these days.

eh not necessarily. Sometimes it's just a good simple fit for things. If it's just on load rather than realtime, could be trivial-ish. But for a notification thing, it may be possible to use libev or something like it with the go backend and have it notify the client

also
- new users, user agents/other analytics for each user or something
seems like too much

#6 Re: Computers/programming/software » DnE HUD » 2019-03-12 01:53:03

We could have a backend in Go that does whatever

* network request graph, maybe from ramnode
* storage status
* last STW wiki edit
edit:
* SSH login attempts, lastlogin
* web server errors
* werc comments

i'm planning on moving to... either Docker (container in a container?), or just a VPS with Alpine managed with SaltStack, Ansible, or Puppet

#8 Re: General Talk » Hey faggots. » 2019-03-09 02:37:23

Dude are you the Shipppque Shipguy? Welcome back

#9 Re: Computers/programming/software » fuck slack - use this slack client » 2019-03-08 19:37:39

It's a trendy silicon valley centralized Wob 3.0 IRC ripoff in N layers of JS for the normie consumerist masses.

Everyone fucking uses it. Every meetup group, every hackathon. I was frustrated by it, it's only a little bit less annoying to set up than IRC. One freaking account per workspace...

Used to practically take the memory of one web browser per workspace, maybe it's still does. So much emphasis on UX but it's a pain in the ass to switch between workspaces (roughly equivalent to IRC networks or discord servers). Claims to be great at accessibility but they were trash at that too.

It's slow as fuck and uses too much RAM

#11 Re: Appreciation/Awesomeness » Jordan B Peterson » 2019-03-04 19:39:20

That makes a lot more sense.

I still don't understand why he asked her if she was better off than her grandparents.
If she was, that means she'd be relatively well off, so she can "be the change she wants to see in the world", stop being carbon positive or whatever, take personal responsibility. Cause kids in africa/her parents were worse off?
If she wasn't, what?

#12 Re: Appreciation/Awesomeness » Jordan B Peterson » 2019-03-04 18:13:00

he absolutely DESTROYED the CUMMIE with LOGIC and REASON in that interview where he was asked about collective vs individual responsibility cause of the environment

collective = just an excuse for not taking responsibility and is boolsrhist

#13 Re: Computers/programming/software » xahlee » 2019-03-04 05:34:46

Really  judgmental in some cases. Hates "hackers", lol

#14 Re: Appreciation/Awesomeness » Jordan B Peterson » 2019-03-04 04:13:23

So he dismisses systematic oppression, the police state etc? Maybe he isn't that much better than leftists then. her derp

#15 Re: Computers/programming/software » xahlee » 2019-03-04 01:07:06

that just convinces me further than interviews/the industry/zeitgeist are fucking evil

it's more of a social game and appearances than substance   <-------is this the kind of (:O LeFtisT??!) defeatist attitude that sabotages personal responsibility from the canadian kermit professor's point of view?

#18 Re: Computers/programming/software » Absent's Code Thread / Tech Blog » 2019-02-23 23:10:40

just a dashboard for DnE

Could have comments and stuff from werc, or help manage werc somehow

server status, requests, graphs, users

#19 Re: Computers/programming/software » Absent's Code Thread / Tech Blog » 2019-02-23 00:48:53

Fucking same, but most of what I did was for school ...

#20 Re: Computers/programming/software » Absent's Code Thread / Tech Blog » 2019-02-19 23:47:10

Apparently OpenBSD's vmm virtualization thing isn't ready for production. Qubes should be able to host OpenBSD? Apparently as domU (using full virtualization only), although it is annoying and does not integrate with Qubes's desktop stuff or whatever idk

Although they did add PVHVM support. it might work fine, just weird that i can't find blog posts about it

#21 Re: Computers/programming/software » Absent's Code Thread / Tech Blog » 2019-02-12 20:23:43

i could criticize the industry forever

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19143203
they overengineer everything, they make all sorts of arguments for why they need all these features to make it impossible for one person to understand even a small fraction of all the code powering bullshit like the web, Agile and open offices don't work for everyone, interviews and phones suck
itS NoT ME ITs THem
yh shit still isnt perfect

but it can be pretty good? i hope

#22 Re: Computers/programming/software » Absent's Code Thread / Tech Blog » 2019-02-12 07:32:15

Yeah, I hate stupid old cargo cult shit.

All this TypeScript, lodash, Immutable.js, Redux. They're trying to twist JavaScript into doing things that are better integrated in other languages, like Reason. At least, I think React might've made it easier for me to understand Ur/Web.

I don't think a new language would be as hard as all these new libraries and frameworks and shit already are. But React isn't that bad, and all the new tools make it workable once you set them up and get used to them. Still kinda crappy though - https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19133015
but https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19145156

#25 Re: Advice » I need advice » 2019-02-01 05:41:00

don't do too many durgs

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