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I wonder how many separate implementations of strlcpy the average linux install has, because glib won't implement it so lots of software just implement their own.

At least the one in the kernel...

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harry, you cannot use expelliarmus while in insert mode, that just writes expelliarmus in th

The 5G spectrum is so quiet using it feels a bit like shouting in a library

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Rails is an amazing framework that has allowed Mastodon development to thrive and implement lots of, among other things, anti-abuse features.

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Nice. #LibreSSL has started the process of implementing OpenSSL 1.1 API bits while retaining 1.0.2 API compatibility, providing a transition path that OpenSSL never bothered with and avoiding the broken shims downstream projects been forced to incorporate.

Always nice when someone posts a report to bugs@ that describes an issue you've been having but thought was just you

It seems if a X window title returned via xcb_get_property* is exactly 100 characters long the string isn't nul-terminated 🤦‍♂️

Looks like there's no release with fixes yet either, only a beta which hasn't fixed them all

The replies to that "is any of my hardware working on -current" misc@ thread 😂

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StackOverflow considered harmful, they should consider buying integeroverflow.com as a fallback service name.

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It's uplifting to see that , and -- who were all left in the dark about Spectre by Intel and Google -- are working together on the fix 💞

( twitter.com/arekinath/status/9 )

I wish I could say I'm never going to buy another Intel CPU but really that's up to lenovo ...

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