"Introducing: Resource groups" / https://about.gitlab.com/blog/2020/01/21/introducing-resource-groups/
"Parent-child pipelines" / https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/parent_child_pipelines.html
* "git log" family learned "--pretty=reference" that gives the name of a commit in the format that is often used to refer to it in log messages.
"Die Internet Society (ISOC) verkauft .org-Verwalter PIR an ein Investmentunternehmen" / https://domain-recht.de/domain-registrierung/top-level-domains/gtlds-die-internet-society-isoc-verkauft-org-verwalter-pir-an-ein-investmentunternehmen-67208.html
I've just noted how to migrate portage (portage-utils and layman etc. too) before getting updated one itself, since the distfiles layout on mirros has been updated. I couldn't fetch update one. Now my portage is `sys-apps/portage-2.3.79`:
I've just finally backed src-type to rsync for #gentoo's portage.
I'm at #vimconf today ;)
While seeing the categories under #gentoo's portage, I'm thinking winning combinations of non-existing package name with it:
I was thinking at this morning to create a tiny lib to change process title using setproctitle and prctl as a wrapper in Rust, and it would be good also for Halloween. But I've just found this, and ohh, it has been already implemented very well. Nice!
I tend to take DHH's side in this debate, in particular with examples like Edge moving to Chromium. When the market concentrates, it doesn't matter much whether something is open-source or not – what matters is that the standards and protocols start to become less important, whereas the implementation and who wields power start to become more important.
"[gentoo-dev] New distfile mirror layout" / https://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-dev/message/fb8b2dd311816dae972f71ef264beea5
"Improving distfile mirror structure" / https://dev.gentoo.org/~mgorny/articles/improving-distfile-mirror-structure.html
Floating Point Arithmetic
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