| s1 = f $ foldl (\(r,(max_,min_),s) e2 ->
if abs (max_-e2) == 1
|| abs (e2-min_) == 1
r' = filter (/= e2) r
max_' = max max_ e2
min_' = min min_ e2
) (r1,cst1,False) r1
| otherwise = (r1,cst1,s1)
What is Misskey?
Misskey is a open-source decentralized microblogging service. Sophisticated fully customizable Ui, varieties of reaction for posts, free file storage providing integrated management system and other advancing functions are available. Also, network system called “Fediverse” enables us to communicate with users on other SNSs. Like, if you post something, then your posts will sent not only to Misskey but also mastodon. Just imagine that the planet is sending a microwave to other planet to communication.
In an even more radical move, Twitter will also remove the "Reply" button.
Another Japanese word which I love is mucha, meaning reckless, absurd, or unreasonable. It's spelled 無茶, and the literal meaning is "no tea."
Which, as far as I'm concerned, is definitely reckless, absurd, and unreasonable.
The Japanese word for teapot is kyusu, written as 急須. Amusingly, those two characters individually mean sudden (急) and mandatory (須), which is the sort of attitude I usually have where tea is concerned.
Currently installing arch Linux using the talking arch ISO. Turns out it’s really easy to install arch Linux with a screen reader.
I’ve done this before, I just thought I’d share that it is possible.
I don't feel myself inside any of those groups. I make software because it's magic. I'm a magician in front of the keyboard.
I change the world, my small world, with my coding.
Coding is like a superpower. Like commanding your skeleton army.
I code because I'm lazy. I use software to help me do other things that would be too difficult to do without it.
I'm not thinking on food, selling or anything else.
I have a superpower and it makes me have more reach than the simple human I was before.
pleroma development in a nutshell. if it seems overkill, it probably is, and we did it that way because we could.
In August, Mastodon 2.4.4 was released which contains two fixes for security vulnerabilities.
Today, 39.5% of all Mastodon instances which show their version number are still running vulnerable Mastodon < 2.4.4.
We already checked this twice:
– 10/1/18: 42% vulnerable
– 8/23/18: 38.6% vulnerable
Either the remaining instances are all unmaintained or admins refuse to update.
"I am not a robot! I am not a robot!" I continue to yell as the Turing cops drag me away. "You told me to click on all traffic lights, but you didn't specify if you just meant the lights or if the metal pole also counts! Human language is ambig-- I meant natural language!"
I wrote up how I built a new #Linux kernel for my PYNQ-Z1 #Arm board as a small tutorial.
Apparently I'm the third person in the world to download this software, according to the public stats 😰
If you're interested in making computers automatically generate correct compilers, the GPLv3-licensed source code and git history that accompanies the paper "Synthesizing an Instruction Selection Rule Library from Semantic Specifications" is indeed buried in the Docker image provided with the paper:
My main account is @wim_v12e, pls see there for bio.
This is my more techy/hacky/sciency account.
I am he.
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