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travisbrown /
Last active Nov 21, 2021
Tweets from ZIO contributor "sken"

Update: I've been told by representatives of the Scala Center at EPFL that sharing the information below on the Scala Contributor list is a violation of the Scala Code of Conduct and could result in a ban.

This document contains some quotations by "sken", an active contributor to ZIO and member of the ZIO community. This individual uses the name Lorca in various places, including his first and longest-lived Twitter handle, and will be referred to as Lorca throughout this document. All of the information below is publicly available and easily linked to Lorca.

Note that all of the tweets below would have been visible to the other ZIO community members who regularly interacted with Lorca via the same Twitter account, including John De Goes, the CEO of [Ziverge](https://ziverge

passcod /
Last active Dec 29, 2021
Caretaker maintainership in a nutshell

Caretaker Maintainership

(If this file is included in a project, you can find the list of current caretakers at the bottom.)

In a small classical open-source project, maintainers do a lot, and if maintainers don't have time to do a lot, usually the project stalls. Finding new maintainers is hard because few people actively want to take over all the responsibilities of a project. There must be a different way.

With Caretaker Maintainership, "Maintainers" become "Caretakers". Caretakers' only mandatory responsibility is to grant Releasers commit and publish access to the project.

View canvas-as-favicon.html
<link rel="shortcut icon" width=32px>
<canvas style="display: none" id="loader" width="16" height="16"></canvas>
class Loader {
constructor(link, canvas) { = link;
this.canvas = canvas;
this.context = canvas.getContext('2d');
this.context.lineWidth = 2;
View plot.awk
#!/usr/bin/awk -f
# This program is a copy of guff, a plot device.
# My copy here is written in awk instead of C, has no compelling benefit.
# Public domain. @thingskatedid
# Run as awk -v x=xyz ... or env variables for stuff?
# Assumptions: the data is evenly spaced along the x-axis
# TODO: moving average
hillexed /
Last active Jun 16, 2019

Here's how my level implementing Portal in Baba is You works! If you haven't seen it, here's a video:

Baba is You is a game played with the arrow keys. How can Baba fire a portal gun and still have the ability to walk around? The answer: there's one more button the game allows, and that's the wait button - which makes baba stand still and allows a turn to pass in the game world. In this level, the wait button does more than wait - it fires the portal gun.

The skull crosses are a gadget to activate an arbitrary rule when the wait button is pressed. The following rules are used to set it up:

passcod /
Last active Jan 3, 2022
Bootstrap 4 mixins for spacing utilities without classes



.action {
  @extend .ml-3;
View mute-from-list.js
// ==UserScript==
// @name BTD from_list mute filter
// @namespace
// @version 0.1
// @description mm
// @author You
// @match
// @grant none
// ==/UserScript==
achanda /
Last active Mar 8, 2018
Dot execing Rust
  • Wrapper script
root@dev:~# cat `which rustwrap`
#!/usr/bin/env bash

rustc "$1" -o foobar && shift && ./foobar "$@"
  • Mount binfmt_misc
mount binfmt_misc -t binfmt_misc /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc
jdarpinian / executable.c
Last active Jun 7, 2022
Add one line to your C/C++ source to make it executable.
View executable.c
///bin/true;COMPILER_OPTIONS="-g -Wall -Wextra --std=c99 -O1 -fsanitize=address,undefined";THIS_FILE="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")"; pwd -P)/$(basename "$0")";OUT_FILE="/tmp/build-cache/$THIS_FILE";mkdir -p "$(dirname "$OUT_FILE")";test "$THIS_FILE" -ot "$OUT_FILE" || $(which clang || which gcc) $COMPILER_OPTIONS -xc "$THIS_FILE" -o "$OUT_FILE" || exit;exec "$OUT_FILE" "$@"
#include <stdio.h>
int main() {
printf("Hello world!\n");
return 0;
ceejbot /
Last active Jul 14, 2022
npm's proposal for supporting ES modules in node

ESM modules in node: npm edition

The proposal you’re about to read is not just a proposal. We have a working implementation of almost everything we discussed here. We encourage you to checkout and build our branch: our fork, with the relevant branch selected. Building and using the implementation will give you a better understanding of what using it as a developer is like.

Our implementation ended up differing from the proposal on some minor points. As our last action item before making a PR, we’re writing documentation on what we did. While I loathe pointing to tests in lieu of documentation, they will be helpful until we complete writing docs: the unit tests.

This repo also contains a bundled version of npm that has a new command, asset. You can read the documentation for and goals of that comma