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IRC so: Stronger together

So, it’s Friday, I presume.

I> A: “Strong and Stable” !

A> I: Nee. “Stronger Together” was Rodham-Clinton.
A> Not that this makes it any better.

A> Is Trumpix a thing?
A> Making Linux Great Again!
A> We’re gonna have the best Linux. With many Apps. Great apps. And we’re gonna kick Poettering out. No more
systemd. Linux first!
A> And we’re gonna have a great firewall. DENY ONLY! And we’re gonna make the cybercriminals pay for it.
A> When Redhat send’s their init-systems, they are not sending the best. They are not sending openrc, they are not sending sysv. They are sending systemds that have lots of problems, and they are bringing those problems with them. They are bringing Segfaults. They are bringing CVEs. They are terrible. And some, I assume, are okay…


Shit found on Github: “gordon”, a Flash emulator in Javascript

Gordon is an open source Flash™ runtime written in pure JavaScript.

Gordon lets you run your SWF movie files in a JavaScript based environment, without the need of any plugins or additional software. It takes advantage of the latest web technologies like SVG to render vector based graphics or Web Workers for enhanced performance and to parse even large SWF’s in the background, without blocking the user interface. Furthermore, it gives you full access and control of the resources, characters and timeline behaviours in your movie via JavaScript or DOM scripting.

Because Flash alone is not toxic enough. You need to put JS on top. Also, my battery drains faster than yours.

via Lutz Donnerhacke.


Shit found on github: bork

I> Good Morning!

M> And to you, too!

I> I hope you have a nice and technically reliable start into a new week full of hope!
Kris> Here, catch.

M> »A bash DSL for config management« And it’s not even chistmas, yet.

I> “the Swedish Chef Puppet of Config Management. […] Bork is written against Bash 3.2 and common unix utilities such as sed, awk and grep. It is designed to work on any UNIX-based system and maintain awareness of platform differences between BSD and GPL versions of unix utilities.
Kris> Reinventing with root privilege!

M> When you’re happy with your config script, you can compile it to a standalone script which does not require bork to run. The compiled script can be passed around
M> Like Scabies.


IRC so: Partici-Pants

H> Today is Monday? Well, I’ve got ‘home office’.

I> H: ‘home office’, hence Partici-Pants. The things you better
put on when joining a Video conference so accidents won’t

L> You mean when everybody gets up to sing the company anthem?