Vegan btw

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Joined 2Y ago
Cake day: Sep 08, 2021


Nevertheless, they did nothing about it during the crypto boom and, even worse, made a killing. Capitalist hypocrites.

Exactly! just pass it as an argument to GCC and it will perform static analysis of the code at compile time. For example, with the code you provided, the output looks like this.

In prnStats() you do not initialise all values. The following snippet only initialises Calories = 0, the rest remains uninitialised.

 float C,F,P,L,Calories = 0;
// is the same as
float C;
float F;
float P;
float L;
float Calories = 0;

Try this instead:

 float C,F,P,L,Calories;
C = F = P = L = Calories = 0.0;

I can’t recommend -fanalyzer option enough for finding this kind of mistakes :)

Yet there probably won’t be an agreement or clear majority on which time to retain.

Sorry it’s me again. But do you really use this button to upload the images? Because, yet again, the image is only added to the post body and I can’t get a preview on the timeline and this drives me crazy 😅

Might be about the .ml Domain. Since it’s free it is often abused by malware.

That’s a really cool method. But how do you observe if a memory region is read?

Why is the image only shown in the post’s body, not in the, uh, dedicated place? (e.g. where it appears if you enter the image URL to the URL field)

Ich beneide Osteuropa etwas um deren Nachtzugnetz. Leider nicht so meine bevorzugte Reiserichtung ^^’

Zlib and LibGen if you are willing to set sails 🏴‍☠️

For people interested, there is a global research network where you can join as a small AS.


As far as I know the Alchemist GPUs require proprietary microcode which Trisquel probably does not ship.

Anyway I’d go with Helix’s suggestion.

The caveat that does exist is for the graphics micro-controller “GuC” firmware. Just as the past decade of Radeon GPUs has required binary microcode to be loaded at initialization time and so has the Nouveau driver since the GeForce GTX 900 “Maxwell” era required signed firmware, DG2/Alchemist does need the GuC microcode loaded by the open-source driver.


Gccgo generated faster code anyway ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Unfortunately gcc does not come with an alternative to go and dependency management.

It’s mixed. Sometimes we use literal translations (e.g. computer -> Rechner, window -> Fenster, operating system -> Betriebssystem). For other terms we stick to the English one (e.g. software, bug, chip, browser, email).

Great update again. I’m most excited about the embedded videos!

Will these language tags eventually be extended for custom tags (ala Reddit flairs)?

TIL they are not the same 😅

No surprise. Russia has been fighting an info and cyber war against the west for many years and tries to divide and destabilize Germany by funding far-right parties, amongst other.

Ich hatte heute die Möglichkeit mit einem Lead Network Engineer der Telekom zu sprechen, der auch an der Entscheidung DNS4EU (nicht) zu unterstützen beteiligt war. Der meinte, dass die Motivation daher kam, dass viele Open Resolver (Google, Cloudflare) in den USA bzw außerhalb der EU (Quad9) sitzen und man sich dann dachte, das brauchen wir auch. Also ist das tatsächlich primär als rekursiver Resolver für Endnutzer gedacht.

Allerdings berichtete er auch davon, dass das Interesse seitens der ISPs sehr gering ist, da diese sowieso schon eine robuste und leistungsfähige Resolverinfrastruktur haben (die Telekom etwa hat momentan 4 Millionen Anfragen pro Sekunde und könnte ohne weiteres das Dreifache davon liefern).

Ein weiteres Problem bei der DNS4EU-Initiative ist, dass die bereitgestellte Finanzierung nur für den Aufbau von der EU kommt, und der Betrieb selbst finanziert werden muss. Nun lässt sich DNS für Endkunden schlecht kommerzialisieren, weshalb er da nicht mit großem Erfolg rechnet. Einzig als Plattformanbieter für kleine ISPs sieht er da Möglichkeiten.

Der Tenor dabei war eher so, dass das Projekt eher unnötig sei.

Um noch den zweiten Teil meiner ursprünglich aufgeworfenen Frage zu beantworten: die Resolver der ISPs fragen Anfragen, welche nicht im Cache sind, tatsächlich iterativ bei den authoritive Servern ab (also bspw root -> DENIC -> Ionos).

Seems like they basically match the form fields (and meta data like IP address and user agent) against some predefined rules. I don’t see that this would work reliably to prevent spam from robots.

I’ve quite enjoyed Kagi but I kinda doubt they’ll be around for long.

Perhaps. In a blog post they shared they would currently cover their technical expenses with their income but not the wages, which is a shame in my opinion. A clear business model that does not rely on ads and tracking makes me feel better using it.

There is currently no way to block whole instances as a user and it seems like this feature will not come anytime soon. So it’s either self hosting for full control or choose an instance that blocks the unwanted instances. Alternatively you could just block the communities of unwanted instances.

There has been an article that deals better and less click-baity with that claim. Spoiler: there is not much evidence that Apple performs CP detection.


It’s incredibly vile to exploit human need for love in first place, but 500 bucks a month is a new level. Wtf.

The study is sponsored by meat industry btw.

Marlow Foods Ltd

The Company produces and markets mince, chickens, sausages, steaks, fishless fingers, and meat products.

Maybe it should be required by law to include critical nutrients in meat substitutes (perhaps in plant milk too?). It already worked for iodised salt in the 90s (at least here in Germany).

Neuland :D [(Quelle)](https://reddit.com/r/europe/comments/wj9s0e/fiber_internet_in_europe/)