April 2022 in links

Some links of stuff I appreciated this month.You can also take the time machine to March 2022 or February 2022. TLS The New Illustrated TLS Connection explains visually the different exchanges to initiate a TLS 1.3 connection. CLI If you wish to use Vim as an IDE, the distribution SpaceVim aggregates layers of plugin and […]

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March 2022 in links

Some links of stuff I appreciated this month.You can also take the time machine to February 2022. CLI Browsing the Terminator terminal emulator plugins capabilities, I’ve prepared a resolve-hash command to find the URL matching a Git SHA-1 hash. Let’s go back to 1997: Brian W. Kernighan publishes an article how to use advanced commands […]

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Get URL from Git commit hash

SHA-1 Git hashes can be mapped to code review or code repository URL to offer a web visualization with additional context. The resolve-hash command allows to get such URL from a Git hash, or another VCS reference. It can search Phabricator, Gerrit, GitHub and GitLab currently. Ouf of the box, it will detect your ~/.arcrc […]

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February 2022 in links

The secret life of strings An interesting discussion about bytes, code points and grapheme on the PHP internals mailing list explains why the notion of string length isn’t relevant. Per this discussion, the grapheme extension functions will now be supported for UTF-8 encoding by OmniTools. Console love Among the trending projects on GitHub in January […]

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March 2018 in links

Some links of stuff I appreciated this month. Links to French content are in a separate post. Illustration: The western span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge at night. This image was selected as picture of the day on Wikimedia Commons for 26 March 2018. Science 17 March 1958, a small satellite, the size of a grapefruit is launched. It’s still […]

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GSoC 2018 at Wikimedia

This year, 65 students have sent a final proposal. Thanks to Rosalie Perside and Balaji for their proposal to build a Twitter bot receiving emojis and replying with a Wikimedia Commons photography.

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CSS Flexbox & CSS Grid

Two new important parts of CSS allow to solve layout problems: Flexible Box Layout model — Flexbox Grid layout model — Grid Both allows to prepare correct and responsive layouts, and are used by modern CSS frameworks to create grids. Let’s discover them through tow interesting games where we can use them and each of […]

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Upgrade beyond Docker 1.12 on CentOS 7

If you’ve a CentOS 7 server, you probably picked at first Docker from a specialized CBS from Project Atomic, “virt7”, or from EPEL. It’s been a while Docker 1.13 has been released. Yet, there isn’t any upgrade beyond 1.12 (but fixes backported to this 1.12 branch). You need to get rid of the old packages, […]

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