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Still need to figure out how to write migrations or find a way to keep the db tidy.

Now I need to finally write the session handler, but before that I need to write the db middleware.

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Fucking yak shaving. Wrote the fernet middleware so I could sign cookies, but it needed to wrote the config middleware first. But then I needed to write the cmd to generate the fernet key.

⭐ < america þe BASTION OF DEMOCRACY where you can choose between bad and bad ⭐

Thank Go for allowing me to not having to pull an giant and intrusive ORM

Another foggy morning that I'm listening for the same T. Rex album, god forgive me

WHY DO SO MANY COOL OPEN SOURCE WEB APPLICATIONS DEPEND ON DOCKER, HOLY SHIT LEARN HOW TO WRITE PROPER SETUP DOCUMENTATION :blobcattableflip:

I refuse to run Docker containers inside of Linux Containers so my options are…
- Install manually and make upgrading a pain in the ass
- Don't use the app

As much as I would *love* to use it, the reliance on Docker for managing 100% of the stack is a *hard* no. Figuring out how the image has changed between releases would make manual maintenance absolute hell and I am unwilling to shoulder that burden.

Not everyone is *able* to use Docker and not everyone is *willing* to use Docker. By not supporting any other deployment method, you are preventing some individuals from using what could be *the* application they've spent years looking for.

Let the admin decide how to architect their own systems. They know their backend better than you do.

(reposted because jake wanted to boost)

novo firefox 

fiz a atualização agora e ele mudou sozinho o idioma pra inglês, fui lá alterar e percebi que meteram essa de atalhos patrocinados já selecionado por padrão como quem não quer nada

fica ai a dica pra desativarem e não serem pegos de surpresa depois

Jesus, importing work production MySQL database is getting worse and worse.

Camel is such a underrated band. Specially it's Mirage album

"Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.

Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it."

-- Brian W. Kernighan and P. J. Plauger (in The Elements of Programming Style)

In your IRC client, do you prefer:

1. Part/join/quit messages to be collapsed together?
2. Part/join/quit messages to be hidden unless the user has recently talked? (like described in https://blog.weechat.org/post/2008/10/25/Smart-IRC-join-part-quit-message-filter)

Does (2) fail for some use-cases?

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