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frabert / COPYING
Last active Sep 6, 2022
Favicons for HN
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This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.
Anyone is free to copy, modify, publish, use, compile, sell, or
distribute this software, either in source code form or as a compiled
binary, for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial, and by any
means.
In jurisdictions that recognize copyright laws, the author or authors
of this software dedicate any and all copyright interest in the
software to the public domain. We make this dedication for the benefit
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0xabad1dea / copilot-risk-assessment.md
Last active Sep 19, 2022
Risk Assessment of GitHub Copilot
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Risk Assessment of GitHub Copilot

0xabad1dea, July 2021

this is a rough draft and may be updated with more examples

GitHub was kind enough to grant me swift access to the Copilot test phase despite me @'ing them several hundred times about ICE. I would like to examine it not in terms of productivity, but security. How risky is it to allow an AI to write some or all of your code?

Ultimately, a human being must take responsibility for every line of code that is committed. AI should not be used for "responsibility washing." However, Copilot is a tool, and workers need their tools to be reliable. A carpenter doesn't have to

@premek
premek / mv.sh
Last active May 8, 2022
Rename files in linux / bash using mv command without typing the full name two times
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# Put this function to your .bashrc file.
# Usage: mv oldfilename
# If you call mv without the second parameter it will prompt you to edit the filename on command line.
# Original mv is called when it's called with more than one argument.
# It's useful when you want to change just a few letters in a long name.
#
# Also see:
# - imv from renameutils
# - Ctrl-W Ctrl-Y Ctrl-Y (cut last word, paste, paste)
@munificent
munificent / generate.c
Last active Jan 18, 2022
A random dungeon generator that fits on a business card
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#include <time.h> // Robert Nystrom
#include <stdio.h> // @munificentbob
#include <stdlib.h> // for Ginny
#define r return // 2008-2019
#define l(a, b, c, d) for (i y=a;y\
<b; y++) for (int x = c; x < d; x++)
typedef int i;const i H=40;const i W
=80;i m[40][80];i g(i x){r rand()%x;
}void cave(i s){i w=g(10)+5;i h=g(6)
+3;i t=g(W-w-2)+1;i u=g(H-h-2)+1;l(u
@johnhw
johnhw / umap_sparse.py
Last active Sep 22, 2022
1 million prime UMAP layout
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### JHW 2018
import numpy as np
import umap
# This code from the excellent module at:
# https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4643647/fast-prime-factorization-module
import random
View bug_proxy.py
from flask import Flask
from requests import get
app = Flask('__main__')
SITE_NAME = 'https://google.com/'
@app.route('/', defaults={'path': ''})
@app.route('/<path:path>')
def proxy(path):
return get(f'{SITE_NAME}{path}').content
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threepointone / box.js
Last active Sep 20, 2017
react-motion + react-vr
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/* @flow */
import React from 'react';
import { Motion, spring } from 'react-motion';
import {
AppRegistry,
Box,
View,
PointLight,
} from 'react-vr';
View plot_word_length_in_letters.py
from num2words import num2words
from matplotlib import pyplot
lang = 'de'
words = [num2words(i, lang=lang) for i in range(1000000)]
fig = pyplot.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
ax.semilogx([len(word) for word in words], color='green')
@aparrish
aparrish / understanding-word-vectors.ipynb
Last active Sep 20, 2022
Understanding word vectors: A tutorial for "Reading and Writing Electronic Text," a class I teach at ITP. (Python 2.7) Code examples released under CC0 https://creativecommons.org/choose/zero/, other text released under CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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View module.md

Creating a redis Module in 15 lines of code!

A quick guide to write a very very simple "ECHO" style module to redis and load it. It's not really useful of course, but the idea is to illustrate how little boilerplate it takes.

Step 1: open your favorite editor and write/paste the following code in a file called module.c

#include "redismodule.h"
/* ECHO <string> - Echo back a string sent from the client */
int EchoCommand(RedisModuleCtx *ctx, RedisModuleString **argv, int argc) {