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In-reply-to » ahh this is useful https://go.dev/doc/modules/managing-dependencies. the go culture doesn't typically have large dependency graphs like Ruby or JS.

Oh this is interesting…

$ go mod why -m github.com/golang/protobuf
# github.com/golang/protobuf
git.mills.io/yarnsocial/yarn/internal
git.mills.io/prologic/observe
github.com/prometheus/client_golang/prometheus
github.com/golang/protobuf/proto

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In-reply-to » ahh this is useful https://go.dev/doc/modules/managing-dependencies. the go culture doesn't typically have large dependency graphs like Ruby or JS.

I don’t get it 😢

$ go mod why github.com/golang/protobuf
# github.com/golang/protobuf
(main module does not need package github.com/golang/protobuf)

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org What is go mod graph really showing? 🤔

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In-reply-to » ahh this is useful https://go.dev/doc/modules/managing-dependencies. the go culture doesn't typically have large dependency graphs like Ruby or JS.

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org What the actual fuck?! 😅 Man I’d better go through and do some “dependency cleanup” 🤦‍♂️ How da fuq is protobuf being pulled in again?! 🤔

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In-reply-to » I've started playing with Go today, just understood the basics and still a bit confused about the module and goroutine parts.

@xuu This is correct. The only way to update a dependency is to go get -u ... that particular dependency.

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In-reply-to » Opinion: I think the most stupid feature of Twitter™ is the whole link tracking shit 😅 The fact that any link you post is translated into https://t.co/... and its so much work to get the actual link (I block all sorts of add serving domains, including Twitter™). Go!

@mckinley@twtxt.net Lol no! 😆 I was tying to spark a discussion 😅

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In-reply-to » Opinion: I think the most stupid feature of Twitter™ is the whole link tracking shit 😅 The fact that any link you post is translated into https://t.co/... and its so much work to get the actual link (I block all sorts of add serving domains, including Twitter™). Go!

@mckinley@twtxt.net Lua?! 🤔

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Opinion: I think the most stupid feature of Twitter™ is the whole link tracking shit 😅 The fact that any link you post is translated into https://t.co/... and its so much work to get the actual link (I block all sorts of add serving domains, including Twitter™). Go!

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In-reply-to » I've started playing with Go today, just understood the basics and still a bit confused about the module and goroutine parts.

@carsten@yarn.zn80.net So I wanted to reply to this Yarn with some comments, but wasn’t able to really do so whilst out ‘n about camping with the family 😅 – Basically Go’s modules (the more recent version) is actually pretty good. Let me try to help you understand the basics of it…

When defining a new package/library, run go mod init git.mills.io/prologic/foo (as an example). This could also be github.com/prologic/foo or anywhere else with a publicly accessible Git source. I recommend this as the easiest as things will “just work”™.

Next, never do development in $GOPATH as this is basically deprecated and gone now. Always code outside of $GOPATH and use modules as per above.

Finally if you are not ready to publish your work and you depend on foo and bar and maybe something else too (like Yarn.social’s codebase) then use $ go mod edit -replace git.mills.io/prologic/foo /User/prologic/Projects/foo (as an example).

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In-reply-to » Good Morning 😴 Media

Then basically on the other side (opposite the door) is a small storage area for the battery (which has enough room left over for my portal 240w foldable solar blanket), in the middle another storage box for the circuit breaker (with enough space for a plastic box with my solar panel’s long cable, MPPT charge controller and Power Meter), then finally a towards the front a larger storage area for the hot water system (normally stored in a bad) and the portable port-a-loo (toilet).

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In-reply-to » Good Morning 😴 Media

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org Nah the tall tent bit is basically the main roof, it sits nice and hover over the centre of the trailer. It unfolds forwards (hence why its called a forward folding camper trailer) onto itself and the front section near the tow hitch is where you’ll find a queen(ish) sized bed for @kt84@twtxt.net and myself 👌 The section has a full 270deg leather(ish) couch (i.e: 3 sides) then the back has a slide-out section that holds a double(ish) bed.

Outside (once you walk out the door in the middle) you’ll find a fridge drawer on your right. On your left you’ll find a pull-out full 4-burner gas stove, sink with running water, a cutlery drawer and metal board on the side of the burner stove.

Towards the back (on the right) there are extra hot and cold water plugs and an extra gas fitting for a portable (stands up) gas hot water system (with a very long hose and multi-function shower head) that feeds back into the kitchen as well.

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In-reply-to » Mercedes Locks Faster Acceleration Behind a $1,200 Annual Paywall Mercedes is the latest manufacturer to lock auto features behind a subscription fee, with an upcoming "Acceleration Increase" add-on that lets drivers pay to access motor performance their vehicle is already capable of. From a report: The $1,200 yearly subscription improves performance by boosting output from the motors by 20-24 percent, increasi ... ⌘ Read more

I signed the open letter/

Download

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In-reply-to » Google's Secret New Project Teaches AI To Write and Fix Code Google is working on a secretive project that uses machine learning to train code to write, fix, and update itself. From a report: This project is part of a broader push by Google into so-called generative artificial intelligence, which uses algorithms to create images, videos, code, and more. It could have profound implications for the company's fu ... ⌘ Read more

@eldersnake@we.loveprivacy.club Related #yas3cja 😅

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In-reply-to » I felt this weird last time when I tried to seriously use Plan 9. I don't even know even how to reply to someone as it doesn't seem like the original twtxt Python client supports the topic in brackets. But I managed Gopher, Z80 assembly, and paddleboarding, I will manage twtxt as well.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Yeah let’s update this:

(Which reminds me, @lyse@lyse.isobeef.org and @prologic@twtxt.net, that the latter is a bit outdated. We don’t use the URL part anymore, just the hash.)

PR? 🙏

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In-reply-to » I felt this weird last time when I tried to seriously use Plan 9. I don't even know even how to reply to someone as it doesn't seem like the original twtxt Python client supports the topic in brackets. But I managed Gopher, Z80 assembly, and paddleboarding, I will manage twtxt as well.

@logout@i-logout.cz Hey 👋 Check out https://Yarn.social for a better client and experience 🤗

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FYI, As I’ll be going camping this weekend with the family, I won’t be able to make our weekly call. You guys are welcome to go ahead and discuss various topics and summarise for others to read up on later 👌

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In-reply-to » San Francisco Police Seek Permission For Its Robots To Use Deadly Force An anonymous reader quotes a report from Engadget: The San Francisco Police Department is currently petitioning the city's Board of Supervisors for permission to deploy robots to kill suspects that law enforcement deems a sufficient threat that the "risk of loss of life to members of the public or officers is imminent and outwei ... ⌘ Read more

@slashdot@feeds.twtxt.net Herw we go. Robot killing machines 🤦‍♂️ Go!

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