@saramg Yes, the skewering of that was particularly well-crafted, I felt.

@mwop @jerome @ramsey maybe - but to me, this looks like a test, not the actual code doing the work. It could be that http is the only one that is tested.

Answer: array_udiff() plus the spaceship operator.

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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") wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Ka

Support OpenStreetMaps, do not support those sketch AF looking clowns with a crypto-mining-dash-cam.

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@pollita still, I'm impressed he was able to get a real, working example.com email address.

Apparently array_diff doesn't like to compare arrays of arrays. Hmm. Wonder what I should be using instead.

... 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 ...

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Drat. Tried playing with Dall-E Mini in a local docker/colima instance, and found out that it doesn't support Apple Silicon.

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:

sailingcoops.com - a directory of cooperative and nonprofit sailing organizations.

No, I think I won't be adding that to my domain cart.

Soon, the birbsite will introduce Twitter Paper™️, a daily printed digest of the best tweets from the people you follow.

You can read your TP and then upcycle it at your leisure.

@syntaxseed someone mentioned it was probably KCl, potassium chloride. So ... half the sodium, twice the chloride. Still 100% "salt".

Just when I thought I was starting to understand the depths of weirdness to which the world can sink ...

wat.

@foone I mean, given those choices, the weapons company seems the least detrimental. Oof.

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.

Today I realized a few minutes too late that using the php array index of "wat" is a bad idea when my goal was to demo an approach to using getters.

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