If code had some kind of embedded information about its own complexity, could that be combined with other code complexity information at runtime to build a deterministic model of what will happen? If so, could a process scheduler do a game of Tetris with work and timeslices to do a better job than a more naive scheduler? Is this logically sound?
I'd love to see some sort of system that takes Dat/IPFS, SSB, ActivityPub and HTML to push the Web in a holistic way. I do want to be able to walk into a store with my phone and have devices acknowledge me SOLELY because of the information stored on my phone, not because of my device's UUID from Google. I'd love to authorize things using things I have on my person versus needing to trust large companies for this.
@kravietz yeah, that whole blogpost is bullshit.
Moxie's just trying to pretend it's not about "it's easier the centralized way". Which it is, but it doesn't make it okay.
@sir rspamd is also a great addition, implements the opendkim and spamassassin stuff and greylisting in one tool.
For your own mail server, I recommend setting up a box with Alpine Linux, postfix, dovecot, and opendkim to sign outgoing email, with no webmail. I also recommend running your own DNS server with bind9. Test your mail configuration with mail-tester.com.
I do not endorse any fast-and-easy docker-based solutions.
Reminder that not only are Electron apps slow, but they also rely on proprietary software (portions of the chromium codebase). Atom, VSCodium, Riot "Desktop", are all guilty of this. All of them ping home to Google because of this.
Also related: There is nothing cross platform or native about releasing your web app in a little Google Chrome window. Frankly, that's just a deceptive claim. If it can be locally run in a browser, release it that way so the user can use their own browser.
Elixir works on ARM64 and Alpine! *swoons*
The Three Generations of Microkernels
From Mach to seL4 https://fediverse.blog/~/3542/the-three-generations-of-microkernels/
Native app developer for Windows, iOS, etc.
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