If you're a rustacean (#rustlang user) and would love to see - like me - an official account on #fosstodon I have created a post on https://users.rust-lang.org/t/rustlang-on-https-fosstodon-org/75174.
I have no idea if it get any traction 🤷♂️... but who knows.
Researching other languages got me thinking: what is it that makes Rust so awesome? It's not one or two features, but the synergy of many great features that makes Rust so awesome. But it's not just that, it's also the way Rust combines low level capability with expressive high level, zero cost abstractions that make it nice to organize large projects. It scales from embedded, bare metal firmware and kernel drivers to complex, cross platform GUI applications.
On fediverse, remember that your admin has access to their instance database, and can read whatever you post, and whatever posts you can read, no matter what the access level is (and this includes DMs, of course). This is not significantly different to monolithic social media, except that the admin potentially has a smaller pool of people they can spy on, if they're so inclined. You should always share particularly sensitive information via end-to-end encrypted chat, no matter what platform you're using, fediverse or not.
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
Binance gave Putin regime information on users who donated to opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange, shared customer data with the Russian government according to a Reuters special report. Reuters detailed how Binance provided the Russian government's financial monitoring service with data on Binance users who donated to Alexei Navalny, anti-corruption activist and prominent opponent of Putin.
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#foot 1.12.0 has been tagged and released! 🎉
Semi-long list of changes, but here are the highlights:
* socket activation of foot server
* mapping keyboard input to custom escape sequences
* scrollback search mode highlights all matches
* improved LIGHT ARC box drawing characters
* fixed keyboard protocol compatibility with neovim >= 0.7
Full changelog at https://codeberg.org/dnkl/foot/releases/tag/1.12.0
Hello everyone, I didn't visit this site for what, almost two years? I kind of wrote it off, to be honest - wasn't too comfortable here and knew no one. The situation didn't change a lot, but I'm willing to give it a try one more time :)
I'm not entirely sure, whether I should upolad all my artwork I drew in-between or not, though.
More likely yes than no.