@berkes i always find the analysis of the security / privacy of an app frustrating to read.
They are often biased, incomplete, not taking options into account etc. which makes them hardly ever useful to make a proper assessment if the security/privacy *needed* for a use case is sufficient.

It's not an on/off situation.

@musicmatze Agreed.

level up: ...within a 4 hour time limit.

Some languages (e.g. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainfuc) could be a nice filter to div up the hurd

@fribbledom nice idea, i've been contemplating something similar. I even looked at filament which can be laser engraved ;-)

EmacsConf 2019 is tomorrow. Even if a conference about Emacs doesn't seem like your thing, it's worth taking a look at how it's being put on.

It's 100% remote, all talks are live streamed, live transcriptions are posted to IRC. Audience questions are taken from a different IRC channel.

It's the conference version of "everybody dials in." I'd like to see more conferences put on this way.


Byte juggling finished for my laptop. Now running 2 SSDs with in raid1 profile. Backup of disk goes to NAS with rsync. (Want to add some sort of snapshotting to that)

dd also copies the disk/fs UUIDs when cloning a disk


@alexjgriffith I'll publish something tomorrow.

I have a basic config now planning to take it slow and language by language

@berkes No worries. That seems to be what crossposters at some point like to do ;-)

@bignose I envy you, if that is your biggest problem with Haskell 😜

Migrating my config to a (langserver.org) based setup.

Easy to start, but this will take quite a while to configure for an efficient workflow.

Also, an emacs-lisp language server is not in the list, first thing I looked for. Duh.

@berkes I want to vote, but I'm not on twitter. Why not copy the poll here instead of linking to it?

@WandelStock mijn usecase is wat anders dan de link inderdaad, meer devops dan ontwikkeling.

chromeos zat meer in de weg dan dat het nut had, met name de beperkingen in hardware support.

dank voor het meedenken

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