Twisted + asyncio question
I'm trying to use Magic Wormhole, which uses Twisted, along with aiortc, which uses asyncio. I'm calling asyncioreactor.install() and running the main function with react(lambda reactor: ensureDeferred(_main(reactor)) but I get an error that I failed to await a future. I can paste code later on if necessary, but does anyone with more asyncio or Twisted experience have any thoughts on what the problem might be?
#matrix fix your servers please.
Linus Torvalds: Git is a distributed version control system, which means even if you lose a remote, you still have your local copy, so your code is safe, unlike centralized VCSes.
Developer Community: wut?
Microsoft: Hmm. How about you use our Visual Studio Online and push it to GitHub, both hosted on our computers, so that you don't have a local copy?
Developer Community: Yaay! Such innovation! Very cloud! Much wow! 🎉
Trump: Thou shall not use US services.
Developers: Where's my code? 😭
Uhm, didn't see that coming (totally did):
Not sure how I feel about that (totally do).
gitignore.io: a website for creating custom .gitignore files.
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There was recently a lot of news about DNS over HTTPS. Some people say it's bad for privacy because it centralizes the DNS requests on Google, Cloudflare and Quad9.
Time to change that and run your own DNS over HTTPS server. I spend some time today in writing, documenting and arranging a small container setup to allow you to do this:
techposting; future of Linux commercialization
Anybody else notice how Microsoft keeps digging its claws into Linux? I’m getting “embrace, extend, and extinguish” flashbacks from the early 2000’s.
Anyway, time for Microsoft Linux to buy out Canonical and SUSE and break standards so everyone has to conform to their junk, ig.
For context, Microsoft has now announced that Microsoft Edge and Microsoft Defender will be released on Linux. This announcement comes following Microsoft’s acquisition of free software hosting platform GitHub and their release of Microsoft’s PowerShell command line for Linux.
Not to mention Microsoft’s inclusion of Windows Subsystem for Linux in Windows 10, which is literally an installation of Canonicle’s Ubuntu Linux that runs on top of Windows.
Feels a lot like they are trying to muscle into Linux and get control of future development to me.
Also, friendly reminder that IBM owns Red Hat Enterprise Linux and, by extension, Fedora now.
Can’t wait for free software to lose its anarchist-friendly bent. /s
"STEALING UR FEELINGS" with AI.
Want to fight scammers: Check the Reply-to addresses of your spam mails, reach out to the mail provider and ask them to terminate those accounts.
Worked well with @protonmail today 👍
FYI: over there at the birdsite, thread link is https://twitter.com/codeberg_org/status/1192376041806761985
@gnome we should talk.