yea, I really don't understand their moderation efforts
@sir hey, congratulations! that's a great milestone.
you apparently dug your grave by /daring/ to not know it existed.
@sir Those promo cubes always suck. I've picked up a few at trade shows through the years. Always garbage. Want to impress a nerd, make good cube swag ;)
I need one of these for DJ Tourettso
OMG I hadn't considered that. Oh! or maybe it could say "signature under construction" and have a gif embed of the little stick figure working.
@sir I hope you do, I'm interested in RISC-V, would like to hear your thoughts.
@adam Also, I forgot to mention, this ties directly into Epstein.
@adam Not sure if you follow RMS (of the GNU project/FSF/MIT), but he's under fire for what I think is a couple of statements he made that were taken out of context. Somewhat of a "cancel culture" type of situation. Here's a Vice article that also contains the email thread that shows his actual statements: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/9ke3ke/famed-computer-scientist-richard-stallman-described-epstein-victims-as-entirely-willing
I've bought a few thinkpad components like that from China, and I don't think I've ever had a fake. Probably just eWaste or recycling of old machines that lead to most of the components you see on eBay. Batteries are a bit scarier though.
@brandon Looks fine for me on Firefox 67.0.3 on Linux.
If you put a program named "git-whatever" in your $PATH, git will run it when you run "git whatever" so it acts like a regular git subcommand.
I was curious how that was implemented, so I just went and read the source (https://github.com/git/git/blob/master/git.c#L680).
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