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Re: Where did the standard library documentation go? 17 days ago

From Yaroslav de la Peña Smirnov to ~sircmpwn/godocs.io

On Tue Jul 13, 2021 at 6:03 PM MSK, Adnan Maolood wrote:
> This should be resolved now. We'll have to investigate the root cause to
> prevent it from happening again. It seems like a fetch went wrong.
Thank you so much! Using godocs.io feels like a blessing compared to the
official sites.

Re: Where did the standard library documentation go? 17 days ago

From Yaroslav de la Peña Smirnov to ~sircmpwn/godocs.io

Hello there, there seems to be an issue with the standard library once
more. If you try going to, for example, https://godocs.io/os or /path,
etc., it returns a Not Found page. Requesting https://godocs.io/std
returns an empty list.

Segfault when trying to run example a month ago

From Yaroslav de la Peña Smirnov to ~eliasnaur/gio

Hello,

I was interested in trying this library, unfortunately I a problem came
up when I attempted to run this example here:
https://git.sr.ht/~eliasnaur/gio-example/tree/main/item/hello/hello.go

I am pretty confident that I have all the dependencies that I need, as
per the official documentation, although I might be wrong. My system is
Artix Linux, running Sway as window manager.

The full error when trying to run the build binary:

```
fatal error: unexpected signal during runtime execution

[PATCH] Let's cancel Cancel Culture 3 months ago

From Yaroslav de la Peña Smirnov to ~tyil/rms-support

Because RMS and everyone else deserve to express their opinions freely
no matter how controversial they may be.
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diff --git a/_data/signed/yaroslavps.yaml b/_data/signed/yaroslavps.yaml
new file mode 100644
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name: Yaroslav de la Peña Smirnov
[message trimmed]

Re: Gmail is a huge source of spam 5 months ago

From Yaroslav de la Peña Smirnov to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox

The worst part is, not only do they have the most spammers/abusers, but
they also (and Outlook et al) have the worst and most retarded rules
against spam. 

If you have your own self-hosted email server sending emails to gmail
addresses is a chore. Setting up your email server properly and having
an IP that is not blacklisted only guarantees that your emails won't be
blocked all together, but they will end up in the user's spam folder
anyway. So in order to contact someone that uses gmail for the first
time, you must somehow tell that person through some other means that
they add your address to their whitelist, or that they check their spam
folder which, by the way, is hidden by default in gmail.

They have some "postmaster's tools", but they only work if you send