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posted on Thu Nov 03 13:42:01 UTC 2022 by hagen2022 | view on HN
The article discusses how the author, as an interested user, would like to see better communication between snap maintainers, snapcrafters, and themselves so that everyone is kept up-to-date on the status of snaps.
posted on Thu Nov 03 15:58:02 UTC 2022 by hprotagonist | view on HN
This article is discussing the long and complicated history of non-sugar sweeteners, and how there is still much unknown about their safety despite their widespread use.
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:04:18 UTC 2022 by apexedison | view on HN
The article is about the Sprig game console, which is a custom handheld game console built by Hack Club. Fall of 2022, they are giving a Sprig (valued at over $100 in components alone) to every teenage hacker that successfully shares a game they create in their community gallery.
posted on Thu Nov 03 10:37:04 UTC 2022 by will0 | view on HN
The Rebble community has grown to over 24,000 users and continues to have a strong presence despite the Pebble app being a double hand-me-down.
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:33:04 UTC 2022 by ingve | view on HN
The Windows Dev Kit 2023, formerly known as 'Project Volterra', is a box designed for Windows ARM development that includes a Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chip, 32 GB of RAM, and a 512 GB SSD.
posted on Thu Nov 03 11:39:50 UTC 2022 by memorable | view on HN
The article discusses the configuration of Duplicati via a web interface that can be accessed from any browser, even mobile. This allows Duplicati to be run on headless machines like a NAS.
posted on Thu Nov 03 10:58:50 UTC 2022 by _trackno5 | view on HN
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:32:13 UTC 2022 by nmnm | view on HN
posted on Wed Nov 02 09:10:56 UTC 2022 by tosh | view on HN
The article is about RawTherapee, a free and open source raw photo processing system.
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:23:24 UTC 2022 by devfig | view on HN
The article is about a man's experience growing his YouTube channel and the lessons he's learned.
posted on Thu Nov 03 15:44:47 UTC 2022 by WFHRenaissance | view on HN
Lyft is cutting 13% of its staff, which amounts to about 700 employees.
posted on Thu Nov 03 11:43:02 UTC 2022 by theWorkingDead | view on HN
posted on Thu Nov 03 11:02:03 UTC 2022 by signa11 | view on HN
Version v0.14.0 of SILE has been released and is available for download!
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:06:34 UTC 2022 by baconfly | view on HN
Ory Hydra 2.0 is available now and ships with major internal data restructuring and support for additional OAuth2 flows such as OAuth2 Token Exchange.
posted on Thu Nov 03 07:55:40 UTC 2022 by pgl | view on HN
This article discusses the differences between streaming and standard parsers. Streaming parsers immediately start processing and outputing the data line-by-line as it is received. This can significantly reduce the amount of memory required to parse large amounts of data and can sometimes process the data more quickly.
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:16:39 UTC 2022 by mbrobbel | view on HN
The Rust team is happy to announce a new version of Rust, 1.65.0, which is a programming language empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:23:42 UTC 2022 by mritzmann | view on HN
WhatsApp has announced the global rollout of its new 'Communities' feature, which will allow users to easily connect with groups of people with similar interests.
posted on Thu Nov 03 15:41:26 UTC 2022 by luispauloml | view on HN
The survey will help better understand what people think of the Haskell programming language, together with its ecosystem and community.
posted on Thu Nov 03 16:50:43 UTC 2022 by Nicholas_C | view on HN
The number of unemployed persons per job opening was 1.4 in July 2018.
posted on Tue Nov 01 07:11:40 UTC 2022 by helsinkiandrew | view on HN
The article discusses how phrasebooks have changed over time and how they are used to study the assumptions made by Britons abroad.
posted on Tue Nov 01 04:52:43 UTC 2022 by Caiero | view on HN
Ulises Carrión (1941–1989) was a Mexican author and artist who wrote rebelliously in 1975 about how the ubiquity of the book as a marketable artifact led to a separation of form and content in the writing and publishing of his time.
posted on Thu Nov 03 10:48:06 UTC 2022 by jonifico | view on HN
Nhost.io is a serverless backend that makes it easy to build scalable web and mobile apps.
posted on Wed Nov 02 05:16:07 UTC 2022 by stargrave | view on HN
The article discusses how the TCP transport protocol is different from the QUIC transport protocol and how QUIC is a significant shift in the set of transport capabilities available to applications.
posted on Thu Nov 03 12:28:42 UTC 2022 by tosh | view on HN
The article is discussing the potential consequences of creating a branch with a name that is already being used as a tag.
posted on Thu Nov 03 02:23:22 UTC 2022 by FPGAhacker | view on HN
posted on Thu Nov 03 02:17:09 UTC 2022 by feross | view on HN
The article argues that platforms should have an opt-in setting to see banned content, rather than censoring it for everyone, in order to prevent the worst abuses and create a floor on how bad things can get.
posted on Thu Nov 03 14:40:32 UTC 2022 by inferense | view on HN
posted on Thu Nov 03 10:38:19 UTC 2022 by xretaxeous | view on HN
The article is about a computer game called TripleA that is open source and community run.
posted on Thu Nov 03 10:28:23 UTC 2022 by taubek | view on HN
The article discusses how electric currents can be used to free rare earth elements from clay deposits, sharply reducing the need for polluting chemicals, and how this could be a game changer.
posted on Tue Nov 01 08:52:09 UTC 2022 by dmoura | view on HN
The article discusses a command-line tool called SPyQL that focuses on readability, easiness to learn and modern data formats, while leveraging the command-line ecosystem.