Perl v5.36.0 released: https://metacpan.org/release/RJBS/perl-5.36.0/view/pod/perldelta.pod#Core-Enhancements
Hello everyone I did a (work) blog post about Tailscale https://pulsesecurity.co.nz/articles/some-tailscale-tricks
$ git config --global tag.sort -taggerdate
> I assumed that [,-.] was a typo and it wouldn’t match -, but I couldn’t find a bug.
PLUG meeting May 11th 2022: PulseAudio with Stephen Worthington, and WireGuard with @tejr : https://www.plug.org.nz/2022/05/may-wireguard-and-pulseaudio/
Hi, we're the SDF Public Access UNIX System - a non-commercial collective of artists, musicians, DJs, coders, hackers and friendly creative types. Here are some pictures of SDF over the past 30 years (we're celebrating our 35th this year).
It seems that Mastodon is one of the best things to happen to the INTERNET. Welcome!
Friends of the #fediverse. Lots of changes coming to the #Thunderbird #email client in the next three months. Would love if you could all grab the Daily or Beta release and let me know thoughts and concerns as you watch the changes roll in.
Go to the bottom of site to choose version:
Feel free to ping me with your experience!
Now would be the prime time for any Mastodon admins with servers capable of accepting new users and scaling up to submit them to joinmastodon.org
More info: https://joinmastodon.org/covenant Shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com
JPEG-XL support (libjxl) went into FFmpeg: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=FFmpeg-JPEG-XL-Lands
JPEG-XL is a new general-purpose JPEG image standard that will hopefully fare better than JPEG-2000 has: https://jpeg.org/jpegxl/
You can do pretty amazing stuff with the procedural generation of JPEG-XL: https://nitter.net/jonsneyers/status/1495871005163728903
This image, “Synthwave Rain” by Jon Sneyers, is 38 bytes in the new standard.
I got asked about this by somebody from WIRED so I got some numbers together. I believe that Mastodon servers have gained around 49,000 new people since March. Our iOS app downloads rose by 109%. On mastodon.social, I am seeing a 71% increase in sign-ups and 36% increase in monthly active users as people are coming back to their old accounts.
<< The total word count of the W3C specification catalogue is 114 million words at the time of writing. If you added the combined word counts of the C11, C++17, UEFI, USB 3.2, and POSIX specifications, all 8,754 published RFCs, and the combined word counts of everything on Wikipedia’s list of longest novels, you would be 12 million words short of the W3C specifications." >>
"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