Status update, April 2019
@angristan lol idk what that emoji means, but I'll assume it means "oh lord, yet another node module"
@angristan Yea, assuming your PHP application is sane, it's using `password_hash()` to make the hash in the DB. That is just a standard bcrypt with a salt. So you should definitely be able to recreate PHP's `password_verify()` (https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.password-verify.php) in node. Honestly I'd be surprised if there wasn't already a Node module to do that lol. Maybe I'll make one if it doesn't already exist 🤔
Well it seems like over half of all Telegram users hate this feature. Durov (CEO) released a poll on his channel asking users if they like it and want to keep it or if they hate it and want it removed.
If you use Telegram, please vote to keep it. Complete control over your digital footprint is something that I, personally, think is essential and the fact that Telegram lets you have this much control says a lot about the platform.
There are still a few things it lacks like cross-platform encryption by default and not requiring a phone number for registration but this is a major step in the right direction.
@jordyd well that doesn't make sense at all
@JordiGH Yea, good point. I've given up on fighting the "adwar". Good luck.
@JordiGH that sucks. I don't use Quora so this is easy for me to say: don't use Quora 😜
@JordiGH This is more and more becoming common practice. I've started using pi-hole on my home network, which helps a lot.
@adam Interesting Huffpo article about whitewashing the Book of Knowledge: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/wikipedia-paid-editing-pr-facebook-nbc-axios_n_5c63321be4b03de942967225
@veer66 It's been that way for quite a while on Debian and Ubuntu, yea?
Please #StopUsingMedium. It’s really annoying and makes me not read your content, no matter how good it is. Not specific for this author. This a general statement.
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