@djsumdog good choice, Clojure is fun
@JK008 yes mastodon being in Rails it’s clearly too much for a Pi zero, it has only 512Mb of RAM so I hope elixir can do better
@tomasino never heard of this one, looks good!
@cs I have horrible memories of MongoDB circa 2012. We tried to put it in production and it was awful. I guess it improved a lot since then but it changed my mind on the schema-less stuff forever
@yaf le premier browser web recrée dans un browser contemporain
@codesections emacs is really good but it's a tool you have to forge/sharpen and then it becomes a way of life :)
@codesections emacs has two functions (split-window-below) and (split-window-right), it's clearer that way
Programming like it's 1979 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNOj6GTzfGY
Explaining code using ASCII art https://blog.regehr.org/archives/1653
@bugaevc that's awesome!
@snowdusk_ wow this is so awesome!
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@marsxyz ha yes maybe, my rhetorical question was more targeted toward plain-text fans. It won’t get traction from the mass, that’s for sure
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"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