上周六买的 K30 5G 仍未发货,怕不是雷军正在拧螺丝 🙃

I've been overly productive for an entire week. Now I'll probably need to rest for an entire week before I can program anything again.

Frankly I think government / companies switching to Linux in the purpose of "saving money" probably won't be too good for the Linux ecosystem at least in the near future. They will be as willing to switch to a low-cost commercial software as they are to switch to FOSS software. Free software also needs investment, whether it's monetary or technical. We need users that need free as in freedom more than users that just want free as in free beer.

最悲哀的是,你会发现中共甚至不是防疫做得最差的政府:在经济与公共健康发生冲突时,大部分政府会选择保经济。人类从历史中唯一吸取的教训就是人类不会吸取教训,这句话在相当程度上是成立的。

...and, if I absolutely have to use some proprietary stuff (e.g. bank applications), then I actually *prefer* to use it in-browser than having to download a proprietary garbage client application, run it on my PC and accidentally giving it access to all of my filesystem.

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WebAssembly does not create proprietary web applications. Companies do. Companies will create proprietary stuff no matter what language they are forced to use. Do not talk like saying transpiled JavaScript output in "modern" web applications are somehow easier to decipher.

This also applies to applications written in things like React Native. They are not necessarily bad. It's only because it lowered the requirements to write applications that made applications written in it look bad in general. But we cannot forget that they DO make development easier and faster, leaving people more time to make fine-grained improvements. It's another thing if they actually use those time saved to do any improvement.

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Frankly, my opinions against Electron mostly lie only in its only officially-supported way of packaging applications (i.e. shipping a full browser runtime with every single app). I don't feel something is bad just because it uses Electron -- in fact, there are a lot of open-source applications written with Electron and perform really well. Proprietary or not is totally another topic. You can make proprietary garbage in any language or framework.

Since I've had a dog all the dog hairs always end up inside my computer case

I'm rewriting Standard Notes sync server in Rust, because I don't quite like the official implementation in RoR while the Go one is kinda dead (can't keep up with the spec). I have already implemented the latest protocol and now trying to write more tests and prepare to deploy. github.com/PeterCxy/sfrs

Our server went down due to possibly a network issue of our provider for 9 hours. Now it's back online.

Namebase Airdop 感觉是我见过的金额最大的 Airdrop 了(换算成法币)

runs on CF workers and uses Wasabi as storage backend, with in-browser end-to-end encryption support. github.com/PeterCxy/worker-pas

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