It's a political play for power, pure and simple. They can't win the argument, so their natural response is to shut it down.
I don't really understand how "reddit can do what the fuck they want, quit whining" is a left wing issue. If anything, corporate freedom is a right wing thing.
It's the hyperleftist thought police that's forcing Reddit to shut down things that trigger them, though - which, for the most part, includes anything that's even slightly to the right of them on the political spectrum. They're working their way down the list, the only way this ends is they're either told to fuck off or the purges continue until they eat themselves.
A ion drive requires reactionary mass to work.
I've been quoting Evola and Metternich to this bowl of water for hours now, how much longer until it turns reactionary?
[T]he API surface area is that of the Web platform (e.g., WebGL for graphics) and thus WebAssembly use cases will contribute to driving forward the whole Web platform.
It’s crucial that wasm and asm[.js] stay equivalent for a decent interval, to support polyfilling of wasm support via JS. This remains crucial even as JS and asm.js evolve to sprout shared memory threads and SIMD support.
He further writes:
Yes, we are aiming to develop the Web’s polyglot-programming-language object-file format. [...] wasm should relieve JS from having to serve two masters [FAQ entry here].
Most likely due to Mozilla's envolvement, WebAssembly even tries to address the "binary" barrier built up when dealing with WebAssembly on a client.
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