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  1. DaVinci Resolve for iPad

    posted on Thu Oct 20 15:37:19 UTC 2022 by dagmx | view on HN

    The article is informing the reader that all items on the website are copyrighted by Blackmagic Design Pty. Ltd. and that all trademarks are property of their respective owners.

  2. OpenBSD 7.2

    posted on Thu Oct 20 13:51:11 UTC 2022 by ptidhomme | view on HN

    The article provides instructions on how to install OpenBSD on various platforms.

  3. Canonical releases Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu

    posted on Thu Oct 20 14:28:33 UTC 2022 by pantalaimon | view on HN

    The latest interim release of Ubuntu helps IoT developers and enterprise administrators by providing toolchain updates to Ruby, Go, GCC and Rust, OpenSSH configured by default to use systemd socket activation, and a new service to help developers and admins debug programs shipped with Ubuntu.

  4. CT scans of batteries, including the Tesla Model Y lithium ion cell

    posted on Thu Oct 20 15:11:20 UTC 2022 by vitruvius | view on HN

    The article discusses the dangers of lithium ion batteries and how they are constructed.

  5. MagicDNS is Generally Available

    posted on Thu Oct 20 15:55:26 UTC 2022 by mfiguiere | view on HN

    Tailscale's MagicDNS automatically assigns IP addresses and a human-readable, easy-to-remember DNS name for each device on a network.

  6. The Overflow Offline Project – Stack Overflow Blog

    posted on Thu Oct 20 13:13:48 UTC 2022 by donutshop | view on HN

    The article discusses how Jessica Hicklin, who spent 26 years in a juvenile correctional facility, is now the CTO of Unlocked Labs, an organization that supports coding education programs in prisons across the state of Missouri.

  7. Nabla – Isometric Color Font

    posted on Thu Oct 20 16:05:01 UTC 2022 by ChrisArchitect | view on HN

    The new COLRv1 color-font format allows for smooth gradients, sharp highlights and blended shadows to be captured inside a font-file.

  8. Finding Relationships Between Ruby’s Top Packages and Their Dependencies

    posted on Thu Oct 20 15:23:53 UTC 2022 by jacques_chester | view on HN

    The article discusses how the RubyGems team is rolling out MFA to users and how Shopify's Ruby Dependency Security team is helping to increase the security of the Ruby software supply chain.

  9. How Google is forcing us to make our open source VoIP app worse

    posted on Thu Oct 20 11:45:07 UTC 2022 by DevhouseSpindle | view on HN

    The Voys App is a dialer app that allows users to call anywhere with their business phone number via their mobile. The app is privacy-conscious and does not upload contacts, but Google has somehow decided that we upload the contacts without reporting it.

  10. Accounting for developers part III – building a lending marketplace

    posted on Thu Oct 20 13:17:59 UTC 2022 by mattmcf | view on HN

    The article explains the accounting principles behind a lending app, which is important for developers to understand when building a product with a lending component.

  11. DevOps has devolved

    posted on Thu Oct 20 14:16:22 UTC 2022 by davydog187 | view on HN

    The article discusses how DevOps has devolved into an unholy beast of division and tunnel vision, and how this has caused many problems.

  12. CloudFront vs. Cloudflare, and how to reduce response times for both by ~35%+

    posted on Thu Oct 20 14:45:15 UTC 2022 by akshaykumar90 | view on HN

    The article is about how the company switched from CloudFront to Cloudflare and found that Cloudflare was much faster, especially in Asia-Pacific.

  13. Open Core Companies Are Not Incentivized to Make Their Projects Good

    posted on Thu Oct 20 14:06:21 UTC 2022 by atopia | view on HN

    The article discusses how SaaS companies that are built on open-source projects (open-core companies) are not incentivized for their underlying project to be good; but rather to be good enough.

  14. BSD-XFCE Installs macOS-Like XFCE Enviroment on FreeBSD

    posted on Thu Oct 20 15:26:28 UTC 2022 by vermaden | view on HN

    The article discusses a collection of scripts and configurations that can be used to install a full-fledged and high-performing XFCE environment that is optimized for desktop and workstation use.

  15. San Francisco to Spend $1.7M to Build a Single Public Toilet

    posted on Thu Oct 20 14:07:39 UTC 2022 by prostoalex | view on HN

    The city of San Francisco is spending $1.7 million to build a single commode in one neighborhood plaza.

  16. Senior Solidity Developer at Jasmine Energy (YC S22)

    posted on Thu Oct 20 12:00:15 UTC 2022 by mmayberry | view on HN

    The article is about a company that is looking for a Senior Solidity Developer to help with the development of a web3 regenerative finance ecosystem.

  17. Microbenchmarking Intel’s Arc A770

    posted on Thu Oct 20 13:28:54 UTC 2022 by pantalaimon | view on HN

    Intel's Arc GPUs are the company's third attempt at taking on the dedicated GPU market.

  18. Your account is permanently suspended

    posted on Thu Oct 20 11:39:27 UTC 2022 by tosh | view on HN

    The article is about how to enable JavaScript in order to use

  19. Show HN: Record voice memo, receive transcription in email

    posted on Thu Oct 20 13:49:28 UTC 2022 by Void_ | view on HN

    The app Whisper Memos uses AI technology to turn voice memos into accurate transcripts.

  20. The M247/DataPacket Problem with Mullvad VPN

    posted on Thu Oct 20 13:01:47 UTC 2022 by shelfchair | view on HN

    This article is a sequel to a 2020 blog post about the German Problem with Tor. The new blog post covers a slightly different topic, but one very much related; VPNs. One provider that pro-privacy influencers, such as Techlore and Mental Outlaw promote, is Mullvad VPN. Mullvad VPN is not as pro-privacy as they claim. There are two fundamental problems stopping Mullvad VPN from being as pro-privacy as they claim.

  21. Traff: An open source format/service for live road traffic updates

    posted on Thu Oct 20 09:19:12 UTC 2022 by KoftaBob | view on HN

  22. India fines Google $162M for anti-competitive practices

    posted on Thu Oct 20 14:40:25 UTC 2022 by jmsflknr | view on HN

    AOSP and forked versions, thereby contravening the provisions of Section 4(2)(c) of the Act. The Competition Commission of India fined Google $161.9 million for anti-competitive practices related to Android mobile devices in “multiple markets”.

  23. Quirks, Caveats, and Gotchas in SQLite

    posted on Thu Oct 20 10:48:29 UTC 2022 by thefilmore | view on HN

    SQLite is a "standard" SQL database engine, but it has its own peculiarities and oddities that are different from other SQL implementations.

  24. Can We Control Time in Operating System Design?

    posted on Wed Oct 19 14:20:53 UTC 2022 by rwmj | view on HN

    This talk will explore the question of whether we can control time in the context of workload interactions to shift control of timeliness in complex computing systems.

  25. Is OpenStack fighting a lost battle?

    posted on Thu Oct 20 13:55:53 UTC 2022 by __warlord__ | view on HN

    The author reflects on their career in OpenStack, and how the project has helped them learn and make friends, but laments that it is fighting a lost battle because it has not been able to keep up with the major cloud providers.

  26. Cloud Costs Are in a Bubble

    posted on Thu Oct 20 14:10:35 UTC 2022 by dan_albert | view on HN

    The article argues that cloud costs are out of control and that margins will shrink in the future as prices go down.

  27. Diabetes, arthritis, and multiple sclerosis trace roots back to the Black Death

    posted on Thu Oct 20 15:59:41 UTC 2022 by whalesalad | view on HN

    The article discusses how the Black Death shaped human evolution by influencing responses against pathogens, and how pandemics could continue to do so in the future.

  28. CarperAI announces plans for the first open-source “instruction-tuned” LM

    posted on Thu Oct 20 07:19:59 UTC 2022 by monkeydust | view on HN

    CarperAI is a new research lab within the EleutherAI research collective that focuses on improving the performance and safety of large language models (LLMs) with reinforcement learning.

  29. Ask HN: How to overcome job search exhaustion?

    posted on Thu Oct 20 16:19:48 UTC 2022 by dsattt | view on HN

  30. Findings show that the Vikings' self-image was influenced by Ancient Rome

    posted on Tue Oct 18 22:02:00 UTC 2022 by diodorus | view on HN

    The article discusses the similarities between a Roman-era grave and a Viking-era grave, concluding that the Vikings were referencing the Roman era specifically when they built the Viking-era grave.