Is that you?
Is that you?
There were rumours about Hyperion:
I'm not too familiar with Elric, but I agree that Culture would be nice
Cause I really wanted more overhead, licences and emulations layers to debug, yééé!
That won't solve fake but valid certificates magically.
The whole F-ing CA model is broken beyond repair...
Can we get rid of this joke of a model that we're all relying upon for the rest?
I'd be curious to see a graph showing UID posting for every, say, 10 accounts over the last few years.
And obfuscation can probably also hide their presence...
But what do I know?
As to my absence I've been a bit overwhelmed by work stuff, sorry about that, it's no excuse
So let me guess, when say, Russia, or China, is know to have discovered a vulnerability and using it in the wild, they burn the bridge by "being nice" publicly?
Another advantage of Scratch and similar Free Software projects: they are usually translated, and require minimal language skills. For 8-10 year old kids, it's a great option.
I bought a Tiddlybot/PiBot for my kid, which runs Blockly (https://github.com/google/blockly), and was able to switch the interface language easily (less intimidating).
"It's the best thing since professional golfers on 'ludes." -- Rick Obidiah