With declarative programming, you describe the end result instead of the steps you want to execute to get that result. This means that you can execute your code as more times than you meant to without getting duplicate/incorrect output – that is, you get idempotentcy for free.
The description page for the #fosdem declarative programing page consists of 2 copies of the same paragraph; apparently someone accidentally uploaded it twice
…or has a *great* sense of humor
Google has suspended Element (@matrix) from the Play Store for "Sexual Content and Profanity". Basically same story as with Subway Tooter a while back. Element is to Matrix as Chrome is to the web. Curiously, Chrome is still on the Play Store.
#CFFI needs a release manager, or it won't be distributed with wheels any more.
If you are affected by the startWithAudioMuted/startWithVideoMuted bug in Jitsi Meet, the following workaround might be interesting to you:
If you think you're affected by the bird salmonella outbreak, either:
1. Take down your feeders for 2 weeks, or
2. (Daily) Clean/scrub your feeders with soapy water, dip in 1:9 bleach solution, and wash with soapy water after
KeePassXC 2.6.3 released
> This update includes support for new KeePass2 features that increase the security of your database: XML Key File Version 2 and Argon2id [KDF].
@pganssle Yeah, removing the HDR is what you want for now.
HDR support is still sparse and not well standardized (blame Dolby).
Two things I like in the "Getting Unstuck" ebook sampler I just released:
* "Who this book is for and what you should get out of it" but also "Who this book is NOT for"
* concrete examples and exercises to improve open source project management skills
I ask because I’d like to post photos of my family on various platforms but I am not yet comfortable with the idea of posting my son’s face in public or semi-public settings.
I’d love to keep the essence of the photos without necessarily posting his face, though…
BTW, some relevant context for those outside of Hyderabad who are going to watch this talk, this is what Google Image Search says Hyderabadi haleem looks like:
The video from my PyConf Hyderabad 2020 keynote, “The Stable Interface Paradox” is now available!
I had a lot of fun with this, I think it’s the first time I’ve actually felt compelled to take a selfie to commemorate a talk:
And also, if you know any Russian legislators, my perennial recommendation here is to show them this: https://codeofmatt.com/on-the-timing-of-time-zone-changes/
It would be shocking if changing the time zone with less than a week’s notice did not result in a bunch of easily avoidable problems.
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