Daily Myth #64
How about developing a formal system that focuses on simplifying the procedures.
Evaluators does this to expressions, we could do the same thing to procedures to so that a simpler and faster version of the original procedures could be generated, which has the exact same effect as the original procedure
This way the boilerplate codes and architectures could be encapsulated as a blackbox while optimized to the best efficiency.
We could do this
> I should host my own blog
> I should host my own git server
> I should host my own music streaming service
> I should host my own private tracker
---- ``How 'bout leaving /g/ for a while and stop being a paranoid?''
> seems cool.
> Ah... proprietary software...
> I gotta register an account?... okay... I guess...
> Ah... DRM-contents... desktop ads... endless time&energy suckholes...
nope, I'm done. I want my freedom and home server back please.
I could probably solve every single problem in my life if I modelled it as a Nagios dashboard of problem states that needed turning green.
* tom/SOCIAL is CRITICAL: 0 people seen in 36 hours, phone friend and leave house
* tom/LAUNDRY is CRITICAL: 2 pairs of clean underwear remain
* tom/GRANDMOTHER_CALL is WARNING: Last call more than 12 days ago (>10)
If this were a real product I'd be lining up to buy one immediately.
For any of y’all that have been having issues with youtube-dl being throttled to ridiculous levels, it seems that google is on it’s BS again, and that youtube-dl isn’t maintained anymore .
That said you can instead use the yt-dlp fork that fixes this issue and probably more 
Also, if you’ve been using mpv to watch youtube, you can tell it to use yt-dlp by adding this line to .config/mpv/mpv.conf : script-opts-append=ytdl_hook-ytdl_path=yt-dlp 
I do things.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko