The only string I could find to change.
The substitution is courtesy of my close friend from school. Yes, we're immature.
I believe I'll resume in two weeks.
No stream tonight because... I said so. I'll tie up loose ends for this specific project with a proper writeup on my website.
- I'm going to need to start doing these streams an hour earlier because of when my partner gets off work.
- Despite the feedback and somewhat regular viewership, I'd like to put more time into figuring out a format that "works" -- preserving how I'm currently sharing my thought process, while producing content that's more useful and less rambl-y.
Friday Night Junk Hacking 2: Electric Boogaloo https://toobnix.org/videos/watch/cd3f932d-120d-433f-bfe4-597b248f6419
@jakob OK ...
Updated chart: https://www.solipsys.co.uk/Chartodon/KillingRSS.svg
Interestingly, the chart is now disconnected ... I think someone must have deleted a linking toot, but I didn't keep a record of what I used in the first version.
I hope this is helpful.
@jakob In case you're interested, here's a chart of the discussion you spawned ...
@cwebber @jakob @technomancy An application delivery framework that lets you ship crossplatform applications written in whatever programming language you want seems game changing to me, and we're just barely seeing the tip of the iceberg right now.
This is what people wanted from the JVM, but Java is a horrid language and even once the JVM started to be good for other languages you're still stuck with its horrible APIs. WASM doesn't impose these restrictions.
Weird thought: if Mozilla falters, maybe this could lead to enough entrenchment by Google controlling browsers and just making them straight up unpleasant enough that it actually leads to the downfall of browsers.
For the first time since the 90s, I'm considering "maybe stuff built for the web not only might not last in terms of bitrotting, but maybe people will stop using web browsers and switch to something else"
@technomancy @jakob As it happens my vague plan on how to deal with this is to embed an extremely, extremely simple (but more secure than present browsers) browser for minimal hypertext in Spritely for eg viewing user-written documents, etc.
Asking someone "install this more secure browser that has less of the features you've come to depend on!" won't work.
"Install this game that happens to include a stripped down but more secure browser!" just might.
I prefer AT&T syntax and probably lift more than you do.
"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