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File: 5bc023484abcf12⋯.png (7.34 KB, 128x128, 1:1, rss.png)

 No.942213[Reply]

It feels like RSS is going the way of the fax machine. Anyone still use it (it beats manually checking sites)?

What rss feeds are you subbed to?

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 No.942363

Hacker News have been shilling hard for RSS lately, after the whole Facebook thing.

I have also prefer using RSS, social media stopped being useful when they started feeding you with algorithms instead of a simple feed.


 No.942366

RSS is just getting into the background.

Direct use of it might be declining, but phone apps will use it to push notifications.


 No.942367

>>942230

you might have severe autism. your grandparents thought about you the same way retard, it's a generation thing


 No.942375

>>942363

>social media stopped being useful after balalbala

>after

now go back to hacker news


 No.942397

>>942367

>your grandparents thought about you the same way retard

Doesn't mean it's false. That's the concept of decadence, it just keeps getting worse.




File: 453e79f9721e974⋯.png (257.53 KB, 635x457, 635:457, 1517296822562.png)

 No.894908[Reply]

>be me

>be using proxy

>fuckyeah I'm 1337

>googling song lyrics

>"displaying results from my hometown"

what the fuck? How does it know? Should I even try to cover my footprint anymore or am I jerking myself off while only wasting my time?

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 No.936108

>googling

There's yer problem right thar, bo


 No.942343

File: 49a142ebdc3a9d1⋯.jpg (32.71 KB, 304x237, 304:237, implying.jpg)


 No.942346

>>935979

>vibrating space-time continuum


 No.942373

I take no precaution whatsoever except noscript (which is more a matter of making www navigation bearable), do not use wifi, google thinks i am 120-200km south of my actual location.

> o wait i am using linux, OP possibly is cucked by the OS.


 No.942765




File: 1552d3160450f31⋯.webm (10.35 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1552d3160450f31ffa8852506….webm)

 No.935825[Reply]

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 No.937040

>>936987

Ultimately whatever is in public domain is there so that you can make derivative works. They're using trademarks against the very purposes of copyright. It's a loophole that has to be closed.


 No.937457

>>937040

Shame normalfags have already been conditioned to think this is how things are supposed to be.


 No.942322

Update:

<The CLASSICS Act was consolidated into the Music Modernization Act (H.R.5447) on April 10, 2018. The Music Modernization Act passed in the House of Representatives and was received in the Senate on April 26, 2018

https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/5447/all-actions


 No.942340

>>935887

>not rewriting character names to circumvent trademark law

Deja Torez

Joe Carpenter

Lord of Venus


 No.942344

>>942340

Sounds like product placements in muh animus




File: 50d8279d3dd0a07⋯.png (19.66 KB, 300x300, 1:1, OpenSource.png)

 No.922004[Reply]

8chan project listings thread

Name some projects that you work in.

Here are two examples.

>>>/hydrus/ (*Booru and Image Gallery downloader)

>>>/ipfs/9 (Windows Installer and "IPFS tracker" for IPFS+I2P)

>>>/machinecult/ (chatbot software project)

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 No.937938

>>937080

I'll put it up soon but it's not even half-finished, YMMV. Also, I was thinking of making nlang managed, with nOS having a VM in the kernel that executes the bytecode (possibly even source code).


 No.938930

>>937443

The day Antifa fucks off is a good day.


 No.940057

>>936721

cuz it was good fam


 No.942327

Project request: An open source version of https://wiki.roll20.net/Dice_Reference


 No.942348

>>942327

Sounds like a good first project for you. Get to it.




File: c7f9047ec4cc89d⋯.jpg (155.05 KB, 740x347, 740:347, kbrd.jpg)

 No.942282[Reply]

TIME TO ADMIT IT!

Who else here has posted comments, and even made entire thread on /tech/ about various programming languages without ever having coded a single line in their lives in any language?

Who else here has waxed poetic about the virtues of ksh vs bash, never having actually touched a command line?

I've studied various threads on the board numerous time, gathered enough talking points to trash Brfs while praising ZFS and proclaiming HAMMER2 to be the FS to end all FSs whatever a FS is.

I've learned about the security risks of super-scalar architectures, and shilled for a return to the scalar processors of our recent past. We need to end x86 and push RISC you say? Hogwash! Lisp machines are the true way forward!

Sound familiar? I don't even know what a Lisp machine is, and can't be bothered to Google it.

I am one of the normies of whom you so dismissively speak. I am your worst nightmare!

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 No.942520

>>942302

Who’s that guy


 No.942531

>>942520

He created the C programming language, And along with Ken Thompson he also made the UNIX operating system.


 No.942597

File: 866004a4f739fa1⋯.png (722.01 KB, 1022x731, 1022:731, DUP8d06VMAAAaQo.png)

>>942520

He's a massive fuck up who is responsible for more memory errors than every pajeet combined.


 No.942642

>>942302

>filename

Nice try

>>942520

Denis Ritchie, he created the C programming language and was one of the creators/developers of UNIX

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Ritchie

>>942597

>I am too much of a retard to manually manage memory

Stick to C# and other designated shitting languages Kumar


 No.942745

Wait, I thought we were all pretending here? There are serious posters?




File: 0f386412601c9f6⋯.png (14.16 KB, 317x300, 317:300, rakudo.png)

 No.935027[Reply]

Why aren't you using Perl 6?

https://rakudo.org/

https://perl6.org/

https://moarvm.org/

#perl6 #perl6-dev on Freenode

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 No.942168

>>942167

There technically has.. but just like with other languages, one adoption takes precedence with time. All of the main people work on Rakudo (which can run on multiple VMs), really. There are other smaller implementations for people who REALLY want them.


 No.942169

>>942168

Is raduko small and portable? I don't want to work on a VM.


 No.942177

>>942169

Eh, it's similar to most modern languages. MoarVM is in the process of being further optimized these days.


 No.942274

gay


 No.942277

>>935448

Sell me on this then. I'm a new programmer, going through the process of learning the most basic things about python. How learning perl6 instead of tons of other languages out there would benefit me, in your perspective?




File: c65f2a06c850cba⋯.jpg (22.89 KB, 640x353, 640:353, tmp_22739-76ca1ad6b29ec8e8….jpg)

 No.937974[Reply]

This just in: Jews take on debate against machine and lose. We should now all allow our decisions to be made by machines.

Original: https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/272650-ibms-project-debater-to-set-stage-for-new-kind-of-civil-society

Archive: http://archive.is/d3wcE

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 No.940583

>>939391

>willingly

They didn't have much of a choice, it's called the Enclosure of the Commons


 No.940832

>>937974

>machines become able to outpilpul a jew

We're doomed! DOOMED!


 No.942181

>>938074

>>940504

>>938402

Wow, burger intellectualism sqaud arrived. I hate myself and summer.


 No.942270

>>938101

winning the argument has always been most of all about presentation. machine will lose always every time to niggers


 No.942273

>>940504

IBM has more Indian employees than American. It is not the white man's computer it is the poo compooter. they should rename IBM to IBS.




File: 0597b52e0964690⋯.jpg (42.55 KB, 466x466, 1:1, 78082._UY466_SS466_.jpg)

 No.942125[Reply]

Is there software for this site, or it possible to become a developer for it?

I'm learning to code and I think it would be interesting to one day implement a TAY type of chatbots that posts on boards, and then occasionally cross posts to antagonize other chatbots & users..

 No.942129

>>942125

No, 8chan doesn't run any software


 No.942130

op wants to code a shillbot


 No.942133

>>942130

who doesn't? you could undercut the pajeets and make an absolute killing from anonymous shilling


 No.942136

>>942125

I miss Cornelia, the original stormbot waifu. ;_;

That said, if I were to remake Cornelia for 8chan, I would lay out some rules:

>No new threads

>Reply at a low rate to pre-existing threads, and remember what threads have been posted in and which posts were yours

>Occasionally leave and never return to a thread after posting in it

>Sometimes saged, reported, hidden, called the police (leave thread)

>Reply to people at a low rate when people reply to it

>A tell so people know it's the bot

>Don't redistribute itself the way Cornelia did (encourages spam when more people run it)

>Don't be malware like Cornelia was (she collected people's data in her archive when uploading herself)

>Occasionally check people's digits when replying to them

>Maximum proportion of threads to post in on a given catalog (so it can never post in every single thread no matter how long it's left running until new threads are introduced)




File: e0b6b260945769e⋯.jpg (284.05 KB, 1768x1730, 884:865, Interview-1411732269-dotne….jpg)

 No.940628[Reply]

What's wrong with .NET?

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 No.942022

>>940628

Absolutely nothing. Probably the best MS product that ever existed.


 No.942095

File: 0c0ea2e8c7c11ba⋯.jpg (85.65 KB, 1768x1730, 884:865, e0b6b260945769e0b90179071d….jpg)


 No.942096

>>940628

It's a proprietary language. That's what's wrong with it. That said, it is a very well-designed proprietary language. It's basically what I wish C++ was, but without the proprietorship.


 No.942097

>>942096

C++ is also proprietary.

Only some compilers are free, but so is Mono.


 No.942126

>>942096

So where many things that became standards as time went by.




File: e3975353f30ef16⋯.png (1.05 MB, 979x800, 979:800, hifive1-tilted-view.png)

 No.941353[Reply]

I was thinking of buying a HiFive1 board. It has the same form factor as an Arduino, but has a RISC-V microcontroller, and is a lot faster than the Arduino Zero. But, it cost 60$.

https://www.sifive.com/products/hifive1/

Should I buy one?

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 No.941570

so, is this a single core mcu?

i know its novel and appealing but kinda stiff on the pricing when an esp32 is a dual core @ 240mhz (and yes i know the arduino crowd might not be the desired crowd, jsut saying)


 No.941948

>>941562

Not talking about the internal architecture but the bus width, you can have a 128bit CPU if it only has 8 bus lanes its gonna be seriously crippled. And won't be able to do much more then an Arduino.


 No.941988

File: ef345d89a3c326d⋯.webm (12.17 MB, 480x360, 4:3, Craft by lft-sNCqrylNY-0.webm)

>>941948

How does bus lanes == crippled? PCI-e can push 500MB/s per lane using only 4 cables (2 LVDS pairs). Yes you won't be running SLI Titan X using that board, but it's not by any means seriously crippled. There is enough power to run some sort of video output and simple OS.


 No.942057

>>941353

Are there any distros with releases for this thing?


 No.942118

>>942057

This is the HiFive1, an Arduino-style device. You're not gonna see any real Linux running on it.

For the larger system, look at the HiFive Unleashed.

I hear Debian and Fedora are working on Risc-V compatibility, as are the BSDs




File: e25f3091bf215bb⋯.jpg (21.94 KB, 385x380, 77:76, tp.jpg)

 No.917381[Reply]

I just tried windows 10 and holy shit it's really impressive how the pajeets could fuck up as much as they could, it's probably the worst OS i have ever used i would prefeer running FUCKING! WINDOWS VISTA!!!! over this 200$ shit.

How could anyone willingly use this?

How can Pajeetsoft™ not be bankrupt yet?

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 No.941656

>>941650

There is hope ReactOS will not stop development


 No.941658

>>920459

Void Linux and Artix are systemdicks and pulseaudio free.


 No.941754

>>941652

At this point, I genuinely don't care if windows 10 has faster or more efficient performance than windows 7. The entire design is anti-user. Even with administrative privledges, you can't uninstall their bloatware like the Xbox app. Think about how much disdain you'd have to have for your users to design an OS that forces you to have an Xbox application on your computer that you are not allowed to delete, even as admin. It's really not about performance but resepect for the end user.


 No.942113

>>941340

All I did on Ubuntu was install video card drivers and tweak wine to run some DX11 game.


 No.942135

File: 122a79699651d1a⋯.jpg (6.72 KB, 293x172, 293:172, images.jpg)

>>917381 official shitposting thread

<Agreed

>How could anyone willingly use this?

The power of marketing, a lot of people actually think the updates they have done to this are actually necessary or useful

And people like this dont help

>>917386 >>917394

>In strict performance terms it is miles ahead of Windows 7

..How? everything i have tried to work there in compression is slower and the fake closing of things and fake shutting down of the system are just placebos for speed




File: 5c782ce5a9ed800⋯.jpg (2.9 MB, 2448x3264, 3:4, IMG_20180421_012710.jpg)

 No.932165[Reply]

https://gitgud.io/cloveros/cloveros/blob/master/livecd_build.sh

gentoo stage3 + gentoo-hardened + libressl + X and fvwm + ~/.bash_profile + /etc/portage/make.conf +

CFLAGS="-Ofast -mmmx -mssse3 -pipe -funroll-loops -flto=8 -floop-block -floop-interchange -floop-strip-mine -ftree-loop-distribution"

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 No.940818

>>934385

I'd like to know this as well


 No.941975

There was a part of the cloverOS website that included the files in the /etc/portage/ folder but I can't find it, does anybody have it?


 No.941977

>>941975

Nevermind I'm a dumbfuck it's in their git repo now. Used to be on the website.


 No.941995

File: 3fbf48173166a7a⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 422.22 KB, 1280x1907, 1280:1907, penis training.jpg)

How do I link time optimize the kernel?

It seems to ignore make.conf CFLAGS and there's no custom-cflags option.

The kernel would benefit from it, it gets put into and out of the cpu cache often, so if you can increase performance and decrease size with link time optimization we're looking at a theoretical all around performance improvement for the entire OS.

(this is a sfw board, have the decency of spoilering such images as the rule number 2 states)

 No.941999

Can I use CloverOS's repo in gentoo ?

Wanna grab some prebuilt binary when I'm lazy




File: d349c3024aa8d23⋯.png (368.02 KB, 1690x2047, 1690:2047, freelance.png)

 No.890783[Reply]

this idea of mine has been floating around for a while, I have doubts on how well this will be received but I'll be glad if you guys like it.

.

Premise

LibbieOS, AKA "Libbie - The Free Virtual Assistant", is a linux distro designed to work as a free alternative to Siri/Cortana/Alexa. No need to worry about government snoops or corporate stooges watching you at every turn, Libbie does what you ask of her and doesn't need to hide anything from you!

Purpose

The purpose of this distro is to provide a small operating system for embedded devices to function as a free replacement to Alexa. LibbieOS has a series of scripts that can be inputted through voice commands or text terminals to do various functions for whatever you want.

LibbieOS is based on Gentoo Linux, and can be tailored for your needs the way you want it to be.

Example Commands


Libbie
run <Program>
play_music
volume <number or command>
get_the_weather
search "<query>"
remind_me_about <date> <time>
set_alarm_for <date> <time>
read_mail
help <subject>
turn_off_microphone
<etc>

Author's Notes

I have far too many neat ideas, too little time, and burn out on motivation. Besides, this idea was way too fun to keep holed up in my head, and I wanted to share this with you guys.

by the way, "normal" is relative.

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 No.941908

File: 375d0ec6e7439ca⋯.jpg (38.8 KB, 549x681, 183:227, Dh2PFQ9W0AAZ8jh.jpg large.jpg)

>>941644

It's near the end. Somebody mentions Libbie and he says he has plans for her (electric hearts probably) and make one of her in one of the upcoming tutorials.

>>941672

'Smut' is an old and ugly word for lewds.


 No.941909

>>941672

>>941435

>>941503

And all of a sudden, I have more stuff to add to the archive... Not that I'm complaining.


 No.941911

>>941908

Thanks anon. I'll go looking for it a bit later.


 No.941931

>>941672

>/ss/

DO IT!

JUST DO IT!

DO IT FAGGOT!


 No.941937

File: 6e6f43937802a0f⋯.png (44.86 KB, 220x367, 220:367, 220px-KDE_Mascot_Konqi_by_….png)

>>941931

Poor Konqui...




File: 26e73ca5a285cb9⋯.jpg (72.19 KB, 467x679, 467:679, 1416855510804.jpg)

 No.926532[Reply]

Embedded systems dev here

>Wake up at 5am in the same clothing you plan to go to work in.

>Brush white beard with your fingers.

>Feed all 4 of your cats, presumably on the kitchen counter.

>Enter your Prius for the daily work commute

>Listen to a combination of AM conservative talk radio, NPR, and Rush (the band, and the commentator).

> Proceed to coast at about 63mph in the 2nd-left lane of freeway.

>Chuckle sensibly when irate Audi javascript brogrammer swerves past you doing 90+.

>Get to cubicle, smelling of chinese food, cigerette smoke and despair

>Hit the filthy spacebar a few times to awaken a mid-2000 desktop pc (open case).

>The CRT illumates Windows 98 desktop that is littered with folders and files, covering an F-35 wallpaper.

> Launch a fully licensed version of IDA.

>crack knuckles and sit down in a computer chair that likely gets 2 star reviews at Staples.com

>Launch Real Audio player and connect to stream of John C. Dvorak show talking about computing trends.

>Get up and fill moldy coffee mug with bland coffee and some carcinogenic laden creamer powder.

>Gawk at the intern UXD intern, in her perfectly fengshui cubicle.

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 No.941664

>>926532

>using the left lane as anything other than a passing lane

Commie and/or nigger detected.


 No.941703

>/tech/ posters work as non-free software developers

>LARP as freedom advocates in their free time

Disgusting. Why does such a freedom-loving NEET like me keeps coming to this place infested with corporate normalfags and their ironic shitposting like this place is second reddit or slashdot?


 No.941717

>>941663

Holy shit! It's xim!

I just realized how fucking horrible it must be for workers in open offices. Your boss can literally watch you from the other corner of the building without you knowing. Better communication my ass. It's just being too goddamn cheap to pay for walls and too evil to care about your worker's privacy.


 No.941906

>>941664

>not using left lane at 150 kmh and risking killing everyone on the way

It's the little things in life that pumps you with adrenaline anon.


 No.941935

>>941717

It's also noisy so you'll need noise-cancelling headphones which makes you feel even more vulnerable. Now add in idiots who think it's okay to interrupt you whenever they can't be arsed to google something and you got the perfect disaster.




File: 002293e642b0ee7⋯.png (352.09 KB, 500x2000, 1:4, change.png)

 No.887056[Reply]

For discussing software and hardware minimalism and minimal computing lifestyle.

>What is computing minimalism?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minimalism_(computing)

>Why software minimalism?

- Fewer bugs

- Better performance

- Lower memory footprint

- Better maintainability

- Higher scalability

- Longer software lifetime

- Smaller attack surface

>List of minimal OSes and distros

http://ix.io/ZE2

>Minimal programs lists

Alternatives to Bloatware: https://github.com/mayfrost/guides/blob/master/ALTERNATIVES.md

Window Managers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_X_window_managers

Suckless: https://suckless.org/rocks

Cat-v.org: http://harmful.cat-v.org/software/

Minimalism is not a lack of something. It's simply the perfect amount of something.

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 No.941844

>>941836

Use ffplay instead of cmus; ncurses is shit -- you should also switch GIMP with ImageMagick. Your file manager comes with an image viewer (xfi) so there's really no reason for sxiv. I prefer Links to NetSurf and SeaMonkey to Firefox; but that's rather personal (SeaMonkey doesn't require shitware like dbus).

In any case, I like OpenBSD, but there really isn't any documentation on things they don't want you doing (custom kernels, for example). They also highly discourage some practices that are safe, like mounting filesystems with the async flag. Lastly (and a rather personal irritant) they sing the praises of an OS well past its expire date far, far too much. Following the principles of UNIX more closely than, say, a default (by the book) Gentoo install means nothing.


 No.941846

>>941844

Did you not read my post? I said I want to use them.


 No.941849

>>941846

Sorry, I misinterpreted it. Still, I think you should forego Firefox in favor of SeaMonkey; you'll be able to have a system without poetteringware if you do.


 No.941871

>>887111

what terms do you prefer?


 No.941907

>>918951

my penis is bigger than yourz




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