> HELIOS HAS FOUND YOU is a user on cronk.stenoweb.net. You can follow them or interact with them if you have an account anywhere in the fediverse.

> HELIOS HAS FOUND YOU @calvin@cronk.stenoweb.net

yast is a german knock-off of smit

calvin@wellnix:~> git
If 'git' is not a typo you can run the following command to lookup the package that contains the binary:
command-not-found git
-bash: git: command not found
calvin@wellnix:~> command-not-found git

this is your server with a YaST infection

from IRC:

> IRC is good for nuclear launch control because users will already be used to netsplits for when atmospheric detonations EMP half the network
> "netsplit, we lost the east coast :("

Possible title(s) of my new postpunk neo-NewWave prog-rock Italo Disco band(s), album(s), and/or track(s)

* Symbiosis (part 1.1)
* Separable Functions of Men and Computers in the Anticipated Symbiotic Association
* Mechanically Extended Man
* Chemical Machines
* Thinking Center
* Integration and the Criterion
* The Light-Valve Principle
* Mnemonic Wizard
* Noisy Narrow-Band Devices
* Communication And Control
* Charactron
* The Language Problem



Adding 'progressive' to any genre makes it better. We should make progressive versions of genres that don't currently have them. What does progressive baroque sound like? I don't know, but OH GOD I want to!

/me pours a drinky-poo for Mister Lahey (RIP)

I should file a bug report to upstream Mono, but only after I verify on Linux (only after I acquire access to a ppc64be system though)

they've got a guy working on a fix but it's slow going and apparently doesn't work yet

Interested in lobste.rs? I'm willing to give out invites if you reply with your blog, VCS repos, cool projects you've made, thoughts relevant to the site's scope, etc.


Ever since the blue LED was invented, they have overused it everywhere.

In 1999 it was exciting to get the Quake source code because coding a high quality 3D renderer was the hardest part of making an action game.

In 2018 the hardest part of making an action game is coding a good-feeling character controller.


To be clear, most of the SSDs in my systems are like some of the cheapest ones you can get and it turns out they still kick hard drives' ass

tired: little endian:

wired: big endian

inspired: middle endian

retired: pdp endian

i got a gdb debugging sesh done this morning; it did probably confirm my worst suspicions though

there will need to be ppc asm written