@ramsey @mwop I do not, but the source code mentions this in an test: https://github.com/mastodon/mastodon/blob/5159ba26e485daaeded2288c1b02bd1e516e1ca6/spec/views/statuses/show.html.haml_spec.rb#L82
Answer: array_udiff() plus the spaceship operator.
While digging through this obvious scam, I did manage to learn that OSM already has this. It's called "KartaView" (though as one point also had the more reasonable sounding name "OpenStreetView") https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/KartaView
Support OpenStreetMaps, do not support those sketch AF looking clowns with a crypto-mining-dash-cam.
... and while the internal jax library might be able to support cpu-bound rendering using the 'iree' variant rather than the 'cuda' one, it's refusing to install jaxlib, so I can't even try that out ...
Went on a bit of a domain purchasing spree yesterday, but in a wonderful twist on that old saw, I also actually built and shipped a webpage on one of them:
https://www.sailingcoops.com - a directory of cooperative and nonprofit sailing organizations.
@syntaxseed someone mentioned it was probably KCl, potassium chloride. So ... half the sodium, twice the chloride. Still 100% "salt".
Current status: Wondering if I'll have to ditch a database droplet on DigitalOcean and switch to a database cluster ... a 200% price increase - if it can even handle the same workload, otherwise I'd have to go to the larger cluster sizes (6x and 12x the current cost, respectively, for the larger sizes)
Hobby projects can get expensive, it seems.
i guess that's one way to avoid friday deploys #github #gha #hugops https://www.githubstatus.com/incidents/zhtplv7zd052
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