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An efficient ActivityPub Server, for small installs with multiple domains
posted on Thu Nov 24 14:39:34 UTC 2022 by todsacerdoti | view on HN
The article discusses the new ActivityPub server Takahē, which is designed for efficient use on small- to medium-size installations and allows you to host multiple domains on the same infrastructure.
posted on Thu Nov 24 13:38:27 UTC 2022 by lpmay | view on HN
The course is designed for GIS practitioners with no programming background or python knowledge and will introduce basic Python programming concepts, libraries for spatial analysis, geospatial APIs and techniques for building spatial data processing pipelines.
Git-bug: Distributed, offline-first bug tracker embedded in Git
posted on Thu Nov 24 12:11:48 UTC 2022 by jyooru | view on HN
The article discusses a bug tracker that is fully embedded in git, is distributed, works offline, prevents vendor lock-in, is fast, and doesn't pollute your project. It also describes how the bug tracker integrates with your tooling and bridges to other bug trackers.
A 3D-printed ethernet RJ45 clip to secure/repair/fix broken tab
posted on Thu Nov 24 16:12:28 UTC 2022 by mmastrac | view on HN
posted on Thu Nov 24 14:42:07 UTC 2022 by nazgulsenpai | view on HN
This quickstart guide is intended to quickly familiarize GNU/Linux users with the basics of OpenBSD and will highlight some of the technical differences between OpenBSD and the various GNU/Linux based distributions.
Almost Everything on Amazon Is Becoming an Ad
posted on Thu Nov 24 14:00:55 UTC 2022 by boplicity | view on HN
The article discusses how Amazon is full of ads and how these ads can be misleading to the consumer.
Some things never leave you – Christian Livermore on poverty
posted on Tue Nov 22 11:02:55 UTC 2022 by Pamar | view on HN
The article tells the story of a boy who is poor and embarrassed about it, trying to find a way to make a school project without having to ask for help.
Inverting a binary tree using x64 assembly
posted on Thu Nov 24 15:05:30 UTC 2022 by teknas | view on HN
This article is about a binary tree and how to invert it using x64 assembly.
“After 8 months of Blueprint I reduced my epigenetic age by 5.1 yrs in 7 months”
posted on Thu Nov 24 16:22:13 UTC 2022 by yasp | view on HN
The article is about a person who swallowed a pill that took pictures of their intestinal tract and the different things that were found.
Compiler Errors for Humans (2015)
posted on Thu Nov 24 14:29:32 UTC 2022 by todsacerdoti | view on HN
Mosh: An Interactive Remote Shell for Mobile Clients (2012) [pdf]
posted on Wed Nov 23 09:35:59 UTC 2022 by tosh | view on HN
The numbers that explain Intel’s decline
posted on Thu Nov 24 16:10:27 UTC 2022 by oumua_don17 | view on HN
Amazon’s already greenlit an FTX miniseries
posted on Thu Nov 24 15:29:47 UTC 2022 by mfiguiere | view on HN
The article discusses Amazon's new miniseries about the life of Sam Bankman-Fried, which will be produced by AGBO and potentially directed by the Russo brothers.
Crypto Firm FTX’s Ownership of a U.S. Bank Raises Questions
posted on Thu Nov 24 16:12:25 UTC 2022 by pranshum | view on HN
The article is discussing how FTX, an offshore hedge fund, was able to buy a stake in a tiny U.S. bank without raising any red flags for the F.D.I.C., state regulators, or the Federal Reserve.
Investigating a backdoored PyPI package targeting FastAPI applications
posted on Thu Nov 24 09:57:36 UTC 2022 by ecares | view on HN
The article discusses how a malicious actor inserted a backdoor into a Python package related to FastAPI, which would allow the attacker to execute arbitrary Python code or SQL queries. The package was identified and reported to the PyPI team, and the GitHub commit was reported to GitHub.
Music Studio: Windows-based C64 SID music creator software
posted on Tue Nov 22 10:05:50 UTC 2022 by sohkamyung | view on HN
Music Studio is a Windows-based SID music creator software that utilises the newest RESID-FP emulation available, both old (6581) and new (8580) SID chips.
posted on Wed Nov 23 06:08:41 UTC 2022 by nyc111 | view on HN
Stable Diffusion 2.0 on Mac and Linux via imaginAIry Python library
posted on Thu Nov 24 10:27:25 UTC 2022 by bryced | view on HN
This article is about a Python package called Imaginairy that allows users to generate images from text descriptions.
posted on Thu Nov 24 12:53:56 UTC 2022 by nuko-suke-dev | view on HN
Show HN: Pokemon Emerald Randomizer
posted on Thu Nov 24 15:30:15 UTC 2022 by Cloudef | view on HN
The article is about a Pokemon Emerald randomizer, which is a program that randomizes the game for a new experience.
Ask HN: Anyone try semaglutide / Wegovy for weight loss?
posted on Thu Nov 24 16:04:43 UTC 2022 by argella | view on HN
The tragic birth of FM radio (2006)
posted on Thu Nov 24 02:18:46 UTC 2022 by ineedasername | view on HN
In 1934, the radio industry was booming due to the innovations of Edwin Armstrong, who invented the regenerative circuit, the Super Regenerative circuit, and the Super Heterodyne receiver.
posted on Thu Nov 24 16:08:19 UTC 2022 by mr_o47 | view on HN
The Mystery of the Blue Whale Songs
posted on Thu Nov 24 12:14:03 UTC 2022 by dnetesn | view on HN
The article is about how blue whale songs have gotten deeper in tone over the past 40 years, and how scientists don't know why.
Generally Intelligent (YC S17) Is Hiring Simulation Engineers
posted on Thu Nov 24 07:06:54 UTC 2022 by kanjun | view on HN
Staying in Zumthor's Swiss Wooden Cabin
posted on Tue Nov 22 23:06:45 UTC 2022 by abhv | view on HN
The article is about Peter Zumthor, a remarkable architect who has won the Pritzker prize, and his family's wooden cabins in the Swiss village of Leis.
Ccache – a fast C/C++ compiler cache
posted on Wed Nov 23 06:37:43 UTC 2022 by peter_d_sherman | view on HN
Ccache is a compiler cache that speeds up recompilation by caching previous compilations and detecting when the same compilation is being done again.
posted on Wed Nov 23 09:04:29 UTC 2022 by rcarmo | view on HN
The article is about how to install and run Emacs on an iPad.
Subtext - A multi-user BBS server for classic macOS
posted on Tue Nov 22 21:25:59 UTC 2022 by fcambus | view on HN
Subtext is a multi-user BBS server that is developed on and for Macintosh System 6 (and above) and supports dialin access through a serial modem and Telnet access through MacTCP.
posted on Thu Nov 24 03:35:01 UTC 2022 by deterministic | view on HN
You can use the music in any way you want as long as you add something original to the music if you're not going to use it as background music of something else.