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.
@solderpunk reading it in lynx running in termux, I'm able to pinch zoom. I can then read comfortably at 50-60 characters. But that probably doesn't help you much for formatting for the more popular clients.
I was a poor kid and a white kid and I was just as bright and talented as myself.
@Tusky was using dark, but didn't realize it has autoswitching!
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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