~xigoi

Plzeň, Czechia

https://xigoi.neocities.org

Student of the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering

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Re: The phrase "open source" (still) matters 1 year, 8 months ago

From Adam Blažek to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox

>> Is it? If you ask a random person who has
>> published open-source software what
>> “open-source” means, what do you think is the
>> probability they'll mention the OSI?
>
>They may not know of the OSI (but you might be
>surprised to find that they do), but they
>certainly know of the norms and conventions of
>the open source social contract, if only through
>their choice of license.

I'd kind of like to actually try it.
Unfortunately, I can't think of a way to reach a
random sample of open-source publishers.

Re: The phrase "open source" (still) matters 1 year, 8 months ago

From Adam Blažek to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox

> The meaning of the term “open source” is broadly
> understood to be defined by the Open Source
> Initiative’s Open Source Definition, the “OSD”.

Is it? If you ask a random person who has
published open-source software what “open-source”
means, what do you think is the probability
they'll mention the OSI?

> The main advantage of open source, to which much
> of this success can be attributed, is that it is
> a product of many hands. In addition to the work
> of its original authors, open source projects
> generally accept code contributions from anyone

Re: C style guide using spaces for indentation 2 years ago

From Adam Blažek to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox

On May 8, 2022 4:15:16 PM GMT+02:00, Byron Torres <b@torresjrjr.com> wrote:
>
>8 May 2022 13:23:49 Adam Blažek <xigoi@disroot.org>:
>
>> The C style guide at https://sr.ht/~sircmpwn/cstyle/ states:
>> 
>>> Programmers MUST indent with 8-column tabs, instead of spaces.
>> 
>> However, the code examples below are indented with a mix of 4 spaces and 8 spaces.
>
>It seems they are tabs, not spaces, and
>the CSS tabstop property needs adjusting.

$ curl -sS https://sr.ht/~sircmpwn/cstyle/ | awk '/\t/' | wc -l

C style guide using spaces for indentation 2 years ago

From Adam Blažek to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox

The C style guide at https://sr.ht/~sircmpwn/cstyle/ states:

> Programmers MUST indent with 8-column tabs, instead of spaces.

However, the code examples below are indented with a mix of 4 spaces and 8 spaces.

re: Please use me as a resource, or mailing lists could replace commercial social networks 2 years ago

From Adam Blažek to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox

> What you have essentially and serendipitously described is what's called
> *the Fediverse*, a FOSS social media supernetwork of federated
> servers, using the ActiviyPub protocol. We are currently ~4.5 million
> users and ~10 thousand instances.

What I don't like about the Fediverse is that pretty much all of its
instances are modelled after popular social networks like Facebook and
Twitter, which have terrible UX. Also, I can't seem to find a way to
access the whole Fediverse — every instance just shows the few posts
from itself and possibly some other “friend” instances, which is a small
amount of content.