@tracyspacy @verretor I think that open discussion requires participants to be open to challenge their views. Mabey the progress is not becouse people feel safe. (feeling safe != being safe)
I think that "code of conflict" that was in Linux made it so solid and well written, that now this is the system on almost all supercomputers, routers and mission-critical devices. We don't need to feel safe, we need freedom.
I was experimenting with different ways of handling CLI arguments in C++, and I did something that allows me to do this:
auto x = arg( argc, argv, "x", 10.0 );
This is how it is done:
If you are good (or bad) at c++ please comment. I am very curious if my approach is interesting.
I am working on set of methods for CNC workflow that is as follows:
Blender -> STL -> PNG -> GCODE -> Raspberry Pi 3 native executor
These are the results. It appears that there is not much code to write in order to achieve it.
@fribbledom - wanna take a look?
Working on CLI G-Code interpreter for Raspberry Pi without motor hat. It starts working - now only G0 moves are supported for one specific machine, but it will be extended.
Microsoft is closing its Blockchain department, but continue to work on ION on #Bitcoin:
"Azure Blockchain Service will be retired on September 10th, 2021. Users are recommended to transition to Quorum Blockchain Service—click here for more information."
Sad day for the freedom of speach...
Coinbase Ethereum withdrawals are still down. https://status.coinbase.com/
Waiting for my update on the topic. xD
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