Chromium grows by over 10,000 lines of code per day.
How often do you think security vulnerabilities are introduced at that pace?
How do we write secure software? Is it by writing giant applications with endlessly growing scope? Here's another idea: set a finish line and fucking stop when you get there. And don't make software which does everything in the first place.
It is proven! I am bolbishvili on Keybase: https://keybase.io/bolbishvili/sigchain#fa2b808cd08126073785552a9081f5b85f3b3c81d106580da28079350af503f10f
New listener for you @snowdusk_
Just a reminder: aNONradio has a new show called "MixRemix" w/ DJ
@hairylarry . This is hairylarry's 2nd show (the
other is "Something Blue").
MixRemix: "These shows will feature Free Culture and Creative Commons licensed
music. Great listening and a resource for creators looking for reusable songs."
MixRemix livestreams every Mon 20:00-22:00 UTC.
Something Blue livestreams
every Fri 20:00-21:00 UTC.
Check the aNONradio archives to sample hairylarry's past shows!
Five great text-only news sources:
1. Stallman's Political Notes: https://www.stallman.org/archives/polnotes.html
2. National Public Radio: https://text.npr.org/
3. CNN: https://lite.cnn.io/en/
It makes me uncomfortable how people have adopted corporate language when talking about themselves on the internet. You are not a corporation or a persona. You are a whole person.
You don't have a "brand" – you have passions and interests. You don't "create content" – you share thoughts, words, ideas, knowledge, and a whole galaxy of other things.
There are plenty of people out there who want to categorise you and put you in a box. Don't help them to do this.
You're so much more than that. 💚
"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