To start, I'm thinking that it would have a couple flavors of scheme, lisp, forth, factor, brainfuck, and maybe a mail system to facilitate discussion :shrug:
Would anyone be interested in a tilde server focused on a bunch of Esolangs? A place to play with, explore, and talk about weird or esoteric programming languages?
> ... To suit our unique needs, we designed and open-sourced $AN_ENGINEER_TOOK_A_MYTHOLOGY_CLASS, a highly-available, just-in-time compiler for $UNREMARKABLE_LANGUAGE.
> ... we tried messing with some garbage collector parameters we didn’t really understand, but to our surprise that didn’t magically solve our problems so instead we disabled garbage collection altogether. This increased our memory usage, but our automatic on-demand scaler handled this for us, as the graph below shows ...
rant / vent
one of my least favourite things about programmers (tech geeks generally) is their tendency to push their unsolicited preferences and opinions on others.
if you see someone playing with a toy and having fun, why not acknowledge and celebrate their joy? instead the response is often: "oh, that toy sucks, you should use this other toy. blah blah blah."
such lack of awareness is incredibly frustrating at times. brings to mind the le guin quote of warring wizards. celebrate the process!
Released v0.2 of my "licenser" project, which plops a dang ol' license into your project! I am OPEN SOURCING rn.
So yeah, send me a MR or whatev if you want to see more licenses!
> The main thing that was important to me was to get True and False to be able to behave as both functions and as results without too much hair pulling.
Just did my first "real" release! It's something I think other people could *actually* use, and it's written in (I'm pretty sure) POSIX shell. I present:
a configurable multi-machine ssh tunneler.
This release adds autossh support.
Aspiring Ms. Frizzle.
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