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Links shared between Lobste.rs, Hacker News, and /r/Programming in the last 3 days.

Each entry contains links to the submission on each site, and the submission's Score and number of Comments. If the ratio of comments to score exceeds 1.25, the topic is deemed to be controversial.

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First seen on Lobste.rs as Peacock | Bind Patterns on 17 Aug 2022, submitted by marcellerusu. Score 6, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Peacock – Bind Patterns, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Haiku discusses Carbon on 17 Aug 2022, submitted by sanxiyn. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as Haiku Discusses Carbon, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Adventure game graphics with DALL-E 2 on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by marcodiego. Score 240, comments 94  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7h28 later as Adventure game graphics with DALL-E 2, submitted by handleggur. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as I have complicated feelings about TDD on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by mayoff. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h03 later as I have complicated feelings about TDD, submitted by BerislavLopac. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h30 later as I have complicated feelings about TDD, submitted by pondidum. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Quality of random number generators significantly affects results of Monte Carlo simulations for organic and biological systems on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by jmelesky. Score 7, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 24m later as Quality of random number generator significantly affects Monte Carlo simulations, submitted by cratermoon. Score 29, comments 2  🔥

First seen on /r/Programming as Introducing the Markdown Language Server on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by dwaxe. Score 128, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as The Markdown Language Server, submitted by mattbierner. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h46 later as Introducing the Markdown Language Server, submitted by adamcstephens. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 7h51 later as The Markdown Language Server, submitted by gmemstr. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Save the Environment (Variable) on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by raymii. Score 2, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as Save the Environment (Variable), submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Using the same Arch Linux installation for a decade on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by meribold. Score 467, comments 367  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h55 later as Using the Same Arch Linux Installation for a Decade, submitted by meribold. Score 24, comments 32 controversial  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Comparing Rust's and C++'s Concurrency Library on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by jbiason. Score 19, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3m later as Comparing Rust's and C++'s Concurrency Library, submitted by itamarst. Score 13, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 15h47 later as Comparing Rust's and C++'s Concurrency Library, submitted by signa11. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as .NET 6 is now in Ubuntu 22.04 – + Chiseled Ubuntu Containers on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by Kissaki0. Score 99, comments 14  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 7m later as .NET 6 is now in Ubuntu 22.04, submitted by styx31. Score 355, comments 323  🔥   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h08 later as .NET 6 is now in Ubuntu 22.04, submitted by raymii. Score 10, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as great-houk/mouse-project: DIY Gaming Mouse on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by napkindrawing. Score 11, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Custom Mouse, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 68, comments 9  🔥   ⭐(14)

First seen on Lobste.rs as New features in Cakelisp: defer, CRC builds on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by pfmaggi. Score 4, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as New features in Cakelisp: defer, CRC builds, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Deconstructing Bézier curves on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by ubitux. Score 7, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Deconstructing Bézier Curves, submitted by ux. Score 100, comments 33  🔥   ⭐(6)

First seen on Lobste.rs as ESLint equivalents in Elm on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by jfmengels. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as ESLint Equivalents in Elm, submitted by jfmengels1. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as What is RSS? on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by Curiositry. Score 21, comments 9  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h37 later as What Is RSS?, submitted by Curiositry. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Thoughts on Copilot on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by carlmjohnson. Score 13, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 2h13 later as Thoughts on Copilot, submitted by alainchabat. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Distributed Replicated Block Device – DRBD on 16 Aug 2022, submitted by eatonphil. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as Distributed Replicated Block Device - DRBD, submitted by eatonphil. Score 3, comments 3

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Concurnas Programming Language on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by yonkeltron. Score 6, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 3h03 later as The Concurnas Programming Language, submitted by alainchabat. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Augmenting Decompiler Output with Learned Variable Names and Types on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by crazyloglad. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Augmenting Decompiler Output with Learned Variable Names and Types [pdf], submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h01 later as Augmenting Decompiler Output with Learned Variable Names and Types [pdf], submitted by zdw. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h44 later as Paper: Augmenting Decompiler Output with Learned Variable Names and Types [pdf], submitted by ArdelleF. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(22)

First seen on Hacker News as Timelock Encryption made possible and easy to use on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by anomalroil. Score 120, comments 65  🔥   ⭐(9)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h59 later as Timelock encryption/decryption made practical, submitted by atoponce. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as SCO XENIX on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by johnblood. Score 6, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 17h56 later as SCO Xenix, submitted by zdw. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as How Discord supercharges network disks for extreme low latency on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by techinvalley. Score 532, comments 208  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3h04 later as How Discord supercharges network disks for extreme low latency, submitted by Unlikely_Parfait_476. Score 615, comments 74  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 11h07 later as How Discord Supercharges Network Disks for Extreme Low Latency, submitted by knl. Score 19, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Finding missing records with Postgres anti-joins on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by pramsey. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 12h30 later as Rise of the Anti-Join, submitted by sjamaan. Score 9, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 10h34 later as Rise of the Anti-Join, submitted by soopurman. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Twilio incident: What Signal users need to know on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by input_sh. Score 661, comments 466  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4m later as Twilio Incident: What Signal Users Need to Know, submitted by freddyb. Score 18, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Surviving Continuous Deployment in Distributed Systems on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by soulcutter. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as Surviving Continuous Deployment in Distributed Systems, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Win32 Is the Only Stable ABI on Linux? on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by pantalaimon. Score 446, comments 493  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h27 later as Win32 Is The Only Stable ABI on Linux, submitted by calvin. Score 33, comments 17  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 18h03 later as Win32 Is The Only Stable ABI on Linux, submitted by mrharold_finch. Score 160, comments 100  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Uploading kubernetes pod coredumps to s3 on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by atmosx. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Uploading Kubernetes pod coredumps to S3, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Optimizing for JavaScript is hard on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by jfmengels. Score 37, comments 21  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 6m later as Optimizing for JavaScript is hard, submitted by speckz. Score 68, comments 27  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 6h15 later as Optimizing for JavaScript Is Hard, submitted by jfmengels1. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h02 later as Optimizing for JavaScript Is Hard, submitted by asicsp. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as The Matrix Summer Special 2022 on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by Sami_Lehtinen. Score 29, comments 16  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h10 later as The Matrix Summer Special 2022, submitted by arathorn. Score 35, comments 25  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 5h27 later as The Matrix Summer Special 2022, submitted by smcleod. Score 3, comments 3

First seen on Hacker News as Lux 0.7 is out Lisp for JVM, JavaScript, Python, Ruby and Lua with static types on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by eduardoejp. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 4m later as Lux 0.7 is out! Lisp for JVM, JavaScript, Python, Ruby and Lua with static types, submitted by eejp. Score 0, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h28 later as Lux 0.7 is out! Lisp for JVM, JavaScript, Python, Ruby and Lua with static types, submitted by eduardoejp. Score 19, comments 16  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Implementing Bitcask, a Log-Structured Hash Table on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by healeycodes. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 34m later as Implementing Bitcask, a Log-Structured Hash Table, submitted by healeycodes. Score 12, comments 4

First seen on Hacker News as Big changes ahead for Deno on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by 0xedb. Score 434, comments 169  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h50 later as Big Changes Ahead for Deno, submitted by c-cube. Score 24, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 59m later as Big changes ahead for Deno, submitted by iamkeyur. Score 172, comments 47  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Rust in Perspective on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by cpach. Score 45, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as Rust in Perspective, submitted by msfjarvis. Score 37, comments 9  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as What happens if you point two CNAMEs at each other? Not much, really on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by otras. Score 56, comments 7  🔥   ⭐(15)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 8m later as What happens if you point two CNAMEs at each other? Not much, really, submitted by raymii. Score 9, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Certifying Interpreters in Racket on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by azhenley. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as Certifying Interpreters in Racket, submitted by azhenley. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 13h45 later as Certifying Interpreters in Racket, submitted by UncleOxidant. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h31 later as Certifying Interpreters in Racket, submitted by bwidlar. Score 57, comments 2  🔥   ⭐(14)

First seen on /r/Programming as Tip - Use fetchpriority=high to load your LCP hero image sooner on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by feross. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Tip – Use fetchpriority=high to load your LCP hero image sooner, submitted by feross. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7h02 later as Use fetchpriority=high to load your LCP hero image sooner, submitted by bglw. Score 8, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as MVPy: Minimum Viable Python on 15 Aug 2022, submitted by carlmjohnson. Score 25, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 5h58 later as MVPy: Minimum Viable Python, submitted by ingve. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as How to Reverse Engineer and Patch an iOS Application for Beginners: Part I on 14 Aug 2022, submitted by calvin. Score 10, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as How to Reverse Engineer and Patch an iOS Application for Beginners: Part I, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as There are many ways to fail to read a file in a C program on 14 Aug 2022, submitted by raymii. Score 2, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 7m later as There are many ways to fail to read a file in a C program, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 17h54 later as There are many ways to fail to read a file in a C program, submitted by rcarmo. Score 81, comments 75  🔥   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h06 later as There are many ways to fail to read a file in a C program., submitted by bartturner. Score 22, comments 4

First seen on Lobste.rs as Seamless command-line utils on 14 Aug 2022, submitted by xenodium. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as Seamless command-line utils, submitted by xenodium. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as Seamless command-line utils, submitted by xenodium. Score 1, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The C free() API means memory allocation must save some metadata on 14 Aug 2022, submitted by calvin. Score 8, comments 18 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as The C free() API means memory allocation must save some metadata, submitted by signa11. Score 3, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as checkmake: experimental linter/analyzer for Makefiles on 13 Aug 2022, submitted by deylami. Score 8, comments 6

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as Checkmake: Experimental Linter/Analyzer for Makefiles, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Checkmake: Experimental Linter/Analyzer for Makefiles, submitted by harporoeder. Score 85, comments 16  🔥   ⭐(10)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Process injection: breaking all macOS security layers with a single vulnerability on 13 Aug 2022, submitted by thombles. Score 20, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 6h39 later as Process injection breaking all macOS security layers with a single vulnerability, submitted by gbrown_. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Breaking all macOS security layers with a single vulnerability, submitted by afrcnc. Score 590, comments 146  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Hacker News as Getting the World Record in Hatetris on 12 Aug 2022, submitted by TheCog. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Getting the World Record in Hatetris (The Hardest Version of Tetris), submitted by tygrak. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 15h32 later as Getting the World Record in HATETRIS, submitted by gerikson. Score 62, comments 4  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 37m later as Getting the World Record in Hatetris, submitted by Emouri. Score 9, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 15h01 later as Getting the World Record in Hatetris, submitted by shric. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h03 later as Getting the World Record in Hatetris, submitted by qdot76367. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Attacking Titan M with Only One Byte on 12 Aug 2022, submitted by crazyloglad. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2h43 later as Attacking Titan M with Only One Byte, submitted by semenko. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Attacking Titan M with Only One Byte, submitted by ZeroCool2u. Score 170, comments 74  🔥   ⭐(3)

First seen on Hacker News as What Is Backoff For? on 11 Aug 2022, submitted by mjb. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as What is Backoff For?, submitted by crstry. Score 13, comments 6

Then appeared on Hacker News 13h14 later as What Is Backoff For?, submitted by kiyanwang. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as System.css – A design system for building retro Apple UI's on 11 Aug 2022, submitted by sakunc. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7h55 later as A design system for building retro Apple interfaces, submitted by lorddimwit. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 49m later as System.css – A design system for building retro Apple interfaces, submitted by zdw. Score 5, comments 1   ⭐(14)

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h29 later as System.css, a design system to build retro inspired interface, submitted by daolf. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 10h24 later as System.css - A design system for building retro Apple UIs, submitted by sakunc. Score 82, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as A design system for building retro Apple interfaces, submitted by feross. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Democratising dev on 11 Aug 2022, submitted by calvin. Score 4, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Democratising Dev, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as Democratising Dev, submitted by headalgorithm. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as RubyConf 2021 – Do Regex Dream of Turing Completeness? By Daniel Magliola on 11 Aug 2022, submitted by tambourine_man. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(10)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4 days later as Do regex dream of Turing Completeness?, submitted by imode. Score 3, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Recent Cyberattack on Cisco on 10 Aug 2022, submitted by berkeleyjunk. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 21h50 later as Insights related to recent cyber attack on Cisco, submitted by lattera. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 16m later as Cisco Talos shares insights related to recent cyber attack on Cisco, submitted by Rackedup. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Cisco Talos shares insights related to recent cyber attack on Cisco, submitted by taubek. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Cisco Talos shares insights related to recent cyber attack on Cisco, submitted by WaitWaitWha. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Show HN: Site Visits an XR and screen-based installation series on 10 Aug 2022, submitted by boriskourt. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 9m later as Site Visits an XR and screen-based installation series, submitted by boris. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as Show HN: Site Visits a VR and screen-based installation series, submitted by boriskourt. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as How I Found a Go Issue on ARM that Crashed the Database Server on 10 Aug 2022, submitted by siddontang. Score 1, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5h16 later as How a Go issue on ARM is found that crashed the database sever, submitted by jerryjerryjerry. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7h10 later as How I Found a Go Issue on ARM that Crashed the Database Server, submitted by sanxiyn. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as I Found a Go Issue on ARM That Crashed the Database Server, submitted by nnx. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h51 later as I Found a Go Issue on ARM That Crashed the Database Server – PingCAP, submitted by rbanffy. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as I Found a Go Issue on ARM That Crashed the Database Server, submitted by kiyanwang. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as AEPIC Leak Architecturally Leaking Uninitialized Data from the Microarchitecture on 09 Aug 2022, submitted by andrew-ld. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 17h07 later as ÆPIC Leak, submitted by zdw. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as ÆPIC Leak - Architecturally Leaking Uninitialized Data from the Microarchitecture, submitted by crazyloglad. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as ÆPIC Leak: Architecturally Leaking Uninitialized Data from the Microarchitecture, submitted by teraku. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as A Single File Rails Application on 09 Aug 2022, submitted by gregmolnar. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as A Single file Rails Application, submitted by ebababi. Score 12, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as A Single File Rails Application, submitted by vinnyglennon. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as A quick and practical “MSI” hash table on 09 Aug 2022, submitted by rcarmo. Score 73, comments 68  🔥   ⭐(6)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h57 later as The quick and practical "MSI" hash table, submitted by bartturner. Score 322, comments 49  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h27 later as The quick and practical "MSI" hash table, submitted by technetium. Score 12, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 6 days later as The quick and practical "MSI" hash table, submitted by pmz. Score 1, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as SecureStore: a KISS, git-versioned secrets management alternative to environment variables on 08 Aug 2022, submitted by mqudsi. Score 3, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as SecureStore: A KISS, Git-versioned secrets management alternative to environmen, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 7, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 7 days later as SecureStore: A rust alternative to storing secrets as environment variables, submitted by ComputerGuru. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Abusing container mount points on MikroTik's RouterOS to gain code execution on 05 Aug 2022, submitted by xx_ns. Score 53, comments 15  🔥   ⭐(25)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 9 days later as Symlinks as mount portals: Abusing container mount points on MikroTik's RouterOS to gain code execution, submitted by raymii. Score 10, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Toeverything/AFFiNE: privacy first knowledge base on 04 Aug 2022, submitted by simonpure. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 9h12 later as AFFiNE is the Next-Gen Knowledge Base to Replace Notion & Miro. Open-source, privacy-first, and always free., submitted by Iris-carrot. Score 28, comments 5  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 10 days later as AFFiNE: There can be more than Notion and Miro, submitted by df. Score 15, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as OxideDB – Teach PostgreSQL Database How to Speak MongoDB Wire Protocol on 29 Jul 2022, submitted by fcoury. Score 13, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 17 days later as Show HN: OxideDB – Teach PostgreSQL Database How to Speak MongoDB Wire Protocol, submitted by fcoury. Score 30, comments 2  🔥

First seen on /r/Programming as Metastable Failures in the Wild on 23 Jul 2022, submitted by micahville. Score 34, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h39 later as Metastable Failures in the Wild, submitted by calvin. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 21 days later as Metastable Failures in the Wild, submitted by mlerner. Score 12, comments 1  🔥   ⭐(23)

First seen on Hacker News as How I Hacked My Car on 23 Jul 2022, submitted by internetter. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 20 days later as I hacked my car, submitted by ytpete. Score 648, comments 125  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h58 later as How I Hacked my Car, submitted by cuentatiraalabasura. Score 528, comments 53  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3 days later as How I Hacked my Car, submitted by deejayy. Score 29, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 4h06 later as If at first, you don't succeed, then just ship the tutorial., submitted by Samsterdam. Score 10, comments 3

First seen on Lobste.rs as DARPA to study open source integrity on 14 Jul 2022, submitted by yonkeltron. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 30 days later as US military wants to understand the most important software on earth, submitted by proxygeek. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Elligator: Hiding cryptographic key exchange as random noise on 28 Jun 2022, submitted by loup-vaillant. Score 32, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4m later as Elligator: Hiding cryptographic key exchange as random noise, submitted by Loup-Vaillant. Score 20, comments 4

Then appeared on Hacker News 49 days later as Elligator: Hiding cryptographic key exchange as random noise, submitted by loup-vaillant. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Template Components: server-side components as Jinja template files on 22 Jun 2022, submitted by boh. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 53 days later as TCom: Server-side components without JavaScript, submitted by jp_sc. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Rust for Embedded C Programmers on 22 Jan 2022, submitted by faitswulff. Score 18, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as Rust for Embedded C Programmers, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 18h37 later as Rust for Embedded C Programmers, submitted by tempodox. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 203 days later as Rust for Embedded C Programmers | OpenTitan Documentation, submitted by pmz. Score 6, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Rudra: Finding Memory Safety Bugs in Rust at the Ecosystem Scale on 02 Nov 2021, submitted by micahville. Score 61, comments 29  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h05 later as Rudra: Finding Memory Safety Bugs in Rust at the Ecosystem Scale, submitted by calvin. Score 19, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 280 days later as Rudra: Finding Memory Safety Bugs in Rust at the Ecosystem Scale, submitted by greghn. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as Rudra: Finding Memory Safety Bugs in Rust at the Ecosystem Scale, submitted by greghn. Score 25, comments 4  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as “Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages” by Richard Feldman on 22 Oct 2021, submitted by krstffr. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as “Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages” by Richard Feldman, submitted by rezaprima. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 10h18 later as Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages, submitted by DeathArrow. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Strange Loop 2021: “Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages”, submitted by pjmlp. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 7 days later as Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages, submitted by tosh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 42 days later as Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages“ by Richard Feldman, submitted by dmmalam. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 98 days later as Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages (Video, 35min), submitted by latexr. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 17 days later as Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages, submitted by tosh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 125 days later as Outperforming Imperative with Pure Functional Languages (2021; Roc), submitted by agent281. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Wheel Reinvention Jam on 03 Sep 2021, submitted by lim. Score 32, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 344 days later as Wheel Reinvention Jam, submitted by crusom. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Illustrated VQGAN on 11 Aug 2021, submitted by hwayne. Score 8, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as The Illustrated Vqgan (2021), submitted by lnyan. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as A retro game engine for Python on 19 May 2021, submitted by leandro. Score 18, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as Pyxel: A retro game engine for Python, submitted by memorable. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Atuin: Improved shell history with multi-machine sync on 08 May 2021, submitted by ellie. Score 32, comments 7  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 352 days later as Atuin - better shell history search, with filtering and multi-machine sync, submitted by elliehx. Score 35, comments 6  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 113 days later as Atuin: Magical Shell History, submitted by tambourine_man. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as SQLite is not a toy database on 25 Mar 2021, submitted by JeremyMorgan. Score 133, comments 27  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming less than a minute later as SQLite is not a toy database, submitted by jeremymorgan. Score 204, comments 122  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.4 years later as SQLite is not a toy database (2021), submitted by losfair. Score 250, comments 110  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Real Novelty of the ARPANET on 07 Feb 2021, submitted by bcongdon. Score 8, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 207 days later as The Real Novelty of the ARPANET Wasn't To Connect Computers, submitted by fagnerbrack. Score 24, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 347 days later as The Real Novelty of the Arpanet (2021), submitted by headalgorithm. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as A one-bit processor explained: reverse-engineering the vintage MC14500B on 06 Feb 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 14, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.5 years later as A one-bit processor explained: reverse-engineering the vintage MC14500B, submitted by Claude_Shannon. Score 58, comments 27  🔥   ⭐(18)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Decentralize. The widening gyre on 22 Jan 2021, submitted by lftherios. Score 1, comments 1  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.6 years later as The Widening Gyre, submitted by gravitate. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Stripe’s payments APIs: the first ten years on 17 Dec 2020, submitted by dguo. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.7 years later as Stripe’s payments APIs: the first ten years, submitted by gone35. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Oasis: Small statically-linked linux system on 03 Jun 2020, submitted by ac. Score 58, comments 19  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 21h51 later as Oasis: Small statically-linked Linux system, submitted by aria3. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 179 days later as Oasis: a small statically-linked Linux system, submitted by varbhat. Score 252, comments 159  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 6h15 later as Oasis: a small statically-linked Linux system, submitted by DaGrokLife. Score 29, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h33 later as Oasis: a small statically-linked Linux system, submitted by nixcraft. Score 30, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.7 years later as Oasis: Small statically-linked Linux system, submitted by ingve. Score 367, comments 218  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 4h07 later as Oasis: Small statically-linked Linux system, submitted by snikolaev. Score 18, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Software Forge Performance Index on 17 Apr 2020, submitted by ignaloidas. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.3 years later 🧟 as Software Forge Performance Index, submitted by xigoi. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Jc: JSONify the output of Linux CLI tools for easier parsing in scripts on 21 Feb 2020, submitted by pcr910303. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 168 days later as Jc: JSONify the output of Linux CLI tools for easier parsing in scripts, submitted by pcr910303. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 244 days later as JC: Convert output of CLI tools to JSON, submitted by ducktective. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h57 later as JC: JSON CLI Output Utility, submitted by gk1. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 152 days later as Jc – CLI, Python library to convert output of popular CLI tools to JSON, Dicts, submitted by gilad. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 6 days later as Jc – Convert Linux CLI Tools Output to JSON, submitted by ggeorgovassilis. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 82 days later as JSON Output in Sh, submitted by debdut. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 251 days later as kellyjonbrazil/jc: convert the output of command-line tools, files, and strings to JSON, YAML, or Dictionaries, submitted by napkindrawing. Score 14, comments 5

First seen on Lobste.rs as Taco Bell Programming on 30 Nov 2015, submitted by ehamberg. Score 53, comments 45  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4.1 years later 🧟 as Taco Bell Programming (2010), submitted by friendlysock. Score 29, comments 12  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.6 years later 🧟 as Taco Bell Programming, submitted by elcomet. Score 19, comments 6  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Your Makefiles are wrong on 17 Dec 2019, submitted by jjdh. Score 50, comments 33  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 7h36 later as An opinionated approach to GNU Make, submitted by iamkeyur. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.7 years later 🧟 as Your Makefiles Are Wrong, submitted by spansoa. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as yabai: A tiling window manager for macOS based on binary space partitioning on 03 Oct 2019, submitted by bangonkeyboard. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 76 days later as Yabai: A tiling window manager for macOS based on binary space partitioning, submitted by sudenmorsian. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 56 days later as Yabai: Tiling Window Manager for macOS, submitted by shawndellysse. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 90 days later as Yabai: A tiling window manager for macOS based on binary space partitioning, submitted by yarapavan. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 259 days later as Yabai – Tiling window manager for macOS, submitted by danpeddle. Score 17, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as Yabai: Tiling Window Manager for macOS, submitted by dannygo. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 15 days later as Yabai – binary space partitioning based window manager for macOS, submitted by ggsp. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 67 days later as Yabai – A tiling window manager for macOS based on binary space partitioning, submitted by tsujp. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 35 days later as Yabai — A tiling window manager for macOS, submitted by uzl. Score 8, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as PugSQL :: SQL is Extremely Good, Actually on 29 May 2019, submitted by pims. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.2 years later 🧟 as A HugSQL-inspired database library for Python, submitted by johlo. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Which Programming Languages Use the Least Electricity? on 29 Mar 2019, submitted by streblo. Score 26, comments 19  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.4 years later 🧟 as Programming Languages Energy Efficiency, submitted by rahen. Score 3, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Magpie Developer (2008) on 13 Feb 2019, submitted by calvin. Score 15, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.5 years later 🧟 as The Magpie Developer (2008), submitted by Jtsummers. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Revery - Native, high-performance, cross-platform desktop apps built with ReasonML on 25 Jan 2019, submitted by troy. Score 23, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.6 years later 🧟 as Revery – Native, high-performance, cross-platform desktop apps built with Reason, submitted by giancarlostoro. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Ethics of Web Performance on 14 Jan 2019, submitted by whjms. Score 13, comments 8

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.6 years later 🧟 as The Ethics of Web Performance (2019), submitted by gmays. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists on 15 May 2018, submitted by ahelwer. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 234 days later as Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, submitted by davidk01. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.6 years later 🧟 as Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists [video], submitted by dargscisyhp. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Tactical Chat: How the U.S. Military Uses IRC to Wage War on 21 Nov 2018, submitted by calvin. Score 13, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.7 years later 🧟 as Tactical Chat: How the U.S. Military Uses IRC to Wage War, submitted by gaws. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Incomplete List of Mistakes in the Design of CSS on 24 Oct 2018, submitted by flyingfisch. Score 13, comments 8

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1.9 years later as Incomplete List of Mistakes in the Design of CSS - CSSWG, submitted by TimvdLippe. Score 44, comments 40  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.0 years later as Incomplete List of Mistakes in the Design of CSS, submitted by skilled. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Fire And Motion (2002) on 31 Aug 2018, submitted by friendlysock. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.0 years later 🧟 as Fire and Motion (2002), submitted by password4321. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Thirty Million Line Problem on 14 May 2018, submitted by jm. Score 13, comments 6

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1.4 years later as The Thirty Million Line Problem, submitted by Arnhallr. Score 10, comments 16 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.8 years later 🧟 as The Thirty Million Line Problem (Video, 2018), submitted by Akronymus. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Driving student programs on 19 Apr 2018, submitted by tekknolagi. Score 18, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4.3 years later 🧟 as Driving student programs, submitted by raymii. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as Paradigms of Aritficial Intelligence Programming (a lisp classic) released under MIT on 27 Feb 2018, submitted by Yogthos. Score 14, comments 6

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.5 years later 🧟 as Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming (1992), submitted by RafelMri. Score 280, comments 81  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Hacker News as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, … How I put it all together on 16 Nov 2017, submitted by hgraca. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 126 days later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, … How I put it all together, submitted by neonpython. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 306 days later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, … How I put it all together, submitted by fagnerbrack. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 479 days later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS:How I put it all together, submitted by samrohn. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 465 days later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, How I put it all together (2017), submitted by Akronymus. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 68 days later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, How I put it all together, submitted by throwoutway. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 257 days later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, How I put it all together (2017), submitted by muscaw. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 26 days later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, How I put it all together, submitted by alexzeitler. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, … How I put it all together, submitted by Stutterboy22. Score 69, comments 26  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Happy Programmer's Day! on 13 Sep 2017, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 2

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2.0 years later as Happy Day of the Programmer, submitted by LoKSET. Score 1274, comments 108  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2.0 years later 🧟 as Happy Programmers' Day!, submitted by LovecraftsDeath. Score 1281, comments 139  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 336 days later as TIL Russia and China have a day of the programmer, submitted by mercxry. Score 9, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as wat (2012) on 07 Jan 2017, submitted by nhooyr. Score 54, comments 4  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 230 days later as Wat?, submitted by vijayraj. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 4.5 years later 🧟 as Wat, submitted by mindaslab. Score 9, comments 18 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 160 days later as Wat (2012), submitted by notRobot. Score 15, comments 0  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as The C4 model for software architecture on 21 Aug 2017, submitted by mrleinad. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 293 days later as The C4 model for software architecture, submitted by flying_sheep. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 128 days later as The C4 model for software architecture, submitted by rawland. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 106 days later as The C4 model for software architecture, submitted by wanghq. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as C4 model for software architecture, submitted by arsalanb. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 132 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by ingve. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 96 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by redact207. Score 187, comments 59  🔥   ⭐(6)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 132 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by zig. Score 8, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 461 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by kqr2. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 274 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by Tomte. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 183 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by cebert. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 8 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by zohar275. Score 6, comments 3

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Linux Security Circus: On GUI isolation (2011) on 05 Mar 2016, submitted by pushcx. Score 12, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 6.4 years later 🧟 as The Linux Security Circus: On GUI Isolation (2011), submitted by timeoperator. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as It Was Never Going to Work, So Let’s Have Some Tea (James Mickens) on 29 Nov 2015, submitted by trousers. Score 11, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 6.7 years later 🧟 as James Mickens: It Was Never Going to Work, So Let’s Have Some Tea [video], submitted by goplayoutside. Score 4, comments 1

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