A real world example of an open source supply chain attack: the Octopus Scanner malware
This childrens' toy is called a 'vormenstoof' in Dutch - anyone know what it is called in #English?
I really love how in #scala those 2 concepts are rolled into 1 with 'case classes', though defining ADTs with those was always syntactically clumsy.
With Scala 3 this looks like it becomes much nicer with the 'enum' notation - though I haven't yet tried it enough to find out how it interacts with the also newly introduced union types.
It would be so cool if there were a @matrix app that supported using multiple accounts (on multiple servers) simultaneously.
Me: "This code is badly written and the choice of technology is atrocious."
Them: "Your standards are too high, no one can adhere to them!"
Me: "I can literally do remote code execution from the fraggin' password input box… FOR THE ROOT USER!"
Them: "Good you have fixed this. Everything is fine now "
Given a technical challenge, "this is impossible" is an unhelpful response, even if it is true.
A more helpful way to phrase it is: "the approach as phrased cannot work because (fundamental limitation X). Can you explain what you were trying to achieve, so we can find an approach that avoids X and still meets this need?"
Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO files.
With ventoy, you don't need to format the disk over and over, you just need to copy the iso file to the USB drive and boot it.
You can copy many iso files at a time and ventoy will give you a boot menu to select them.
Made a rudimentary "pitch match" ear trainer game this weekend, having some fun with #elm and the Web Audio API:
Would love to hear what you think!
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