So, I got a couple bug reports, we're gonna fix these and release another patch asap. I'm really sorry about bothering admins like this. 😦
On the upside, the earlier the new stats get tracked, the better, so an early upgrade was not a waste.
"my tests are running" is the new "my code is compiling"
Fun fact: Most sites support pressing the question mark key (?) to look at a full list of their keyboard shortcuts.
Knowing this, you can learn to use your favorite sites much more efficiently.
So, here is my plan to become the ultimate pirate!
I'm gonna make a little device with an FPGA and a screen. The FPGA will output every possible number in order as RGB images on the screen.
This will theoretically create every frame of every movie ever made or ever to be made or never made, doesn't matter, it will output it. Also every page of every book.
This will hopefully shake my relatively boring life as I will have to constantly run from the cops to evade theoretically infinite years in prison.
"(...) Our internal experiments confirm that it is possible to use similar techniques from Web content to read private information between different origins.
The resolution of performance.now() will be reduced to 20µs.
The SharedArrayBuffer feature is being disabled by default.
Furthermore, other timing sources and time-fuzzing techniques are being worked on."
Honestly I can't fucking believe an article with the headline "Why tiny, weird online communities made a comeback in 2017" written by the Verge didn't mention Mastodon. Like, what. What?
First drawing of the new year!! A gift for a friend who has a birthday tomorrow
Ah, that familiar, dour feeling when you kill -9 a process and nothing happens, meaning it's sitting somewhere deep in the kernel (or more likely, a driver) like a sludgy, lurking toad, waiting for something... waiting, waiting, until the stars burn out...
if you steal someones aws credentials through a vulnerability in their python app is it Grand Theft Boto