Legalise Love: LGBT Rights Are Human Rights, global Google campaign.
Herzlich willkommen Tätervolk!, Felix Nicklas berichtet vom
10. Rock für Deutschland, dem größten Neonazi-Festival Deutschlands.
A day in the life of John Wiegley, transcript of an interview about
Emacs by Sacha Chua.
What the WELL’s Rise and Fall Tell Us About Online Community,
by Howard Rheingold.
Offline: a day with a little bit of Internet, by Paul Miller.
“A shoddy connection is much worse than no connection, in my opinion.”
NetBSD on Raspberry Pi boots into multi-user mode.
Rebuilding Git Integration Environment, some internals about how Git
Sirea, “Simply Reactive! Declarative” orchestration in Haskell using
the Reactive Demand Programming (RDP) model. Sounds really cool.
Fortress Wrapping Up,
“There is much work yet to be done in designing and implementing
WeasyPrint is a visual rendering engine for HTML and CSS that can
export to PDF. Python, BSD-licensed.
All MVC All The Time, run a realistic Smalltalk-80 environment in Squeak.
No sugar coating.
dypgen is a GLR parser generator for Objective Caml that is able to
generate self-extensible parsers as well as extensible lexers for the
parsers it produces.
Predicting Interpreters, by Darek Mihocka. Tricks on how to write
effcient VMs in portable C.
Continuation Passing C
Arch Linux stage3’s vastly simplify installing from another Linux.
Variations on Go, the board game (I came up with the idea of
continuous Go independently, but I’m not sure it was a
Drawing your own money,
JSG Boggs drew his very first bill in 1984 while sitting in a Chicago bar.
Perl secret operators and constants
Juliet’s grave is in a pub.