@patrick I'd pull that out a bit more, the purpose of testing is feedback from the system. Good feedback is not nearly as valuable as bad feedback (failing tests).
@patrick Nope, looks interesting!
@patrick ha, yep!
@patrick yay!! Love `curl`. So slick.
Cheapest way to ship something to Mars is to contribute to Linux or ffmpeg:
At one point, all of Germany's air traffic control message routing was in Emacs!
@patrick heeeeey you got it! how difficult was it?
@patrick Replace cocaine with glass of water and you have a picture of how I talk to my kids.
$ mkdir -p ~/src/myproject
$ cd ~/src/myproject
$ git init --bare
$ cd ~
$ git clone ~/src/myproject
$ cd myproject
There, done. Now you have a 100% fully functional git repo that doesn’t require a network connection and supports every single git feature. Pull it, push it, branch it, revert it, whatever: it’s your own repo and you can do whatever you want with it. And you don’t have to sign up for anything or agree to a Terms of Service or share your work or trust a company you dislike.
@patrick glad you’re enjoying it!
To be clear, Rust will probably be mature _eventually_. I'm not inherently against the "rewrite it in rust" thing, but it currently presents challenges.
@brandur excited about this as well. Should make simple web server projects even simpler by just slurping up the template files in the binary.
@brandur Nice piece! I also use (and like) Goatcounter. I'm not sure if I have any other options given my blog is currently on Netlify though.
@cadey ah ok, nice! I assume then you're a terminal emacs person?
@cadey The emacs thing would kill me, hopefully that's resolved soon!
@codesections dunst here. Easily silenced via a script which was the main draw for me.
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