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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 Abortion Search Noise Generator on 28 Jun 2022, submitted by Seirdy. Score 1, comments 1  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 7m later as Abortion Search Noise Generator, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Clang IR (CIR): A New IR for Clang on 28 Jun 2022, submitted by fcambus. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as Clang IR (CIR): a new IR for Clang, submitted by fcambus. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Accessibility in Fedora Workstation on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by mwcampbell. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Accessibility in Fedora Workstation, submitted by mwcampbell. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Mapping over table rows in org-mode on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by susam. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as Mapping over table rows in org-mode, submitted by susam. Score 6, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as tolower() in bulk at speed on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by fanf2. Score 55, comments 4  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h34m later as tolower() in bulk at speed, submitted by DaGrokLife. Score 18, comments 3

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h5m later as tolower() in bulk at speed, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Percona vs MySQL - What’s different in Percona and should you use it? (2016) on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by pbsds. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Percona vs. MySQL – What’s different in Percona and should you use it? (2016), submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as “Atari Was Very, Very Hard” – Nolan Bushnell on Atari, 50 Years Later on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by bookofjoe. Score 3, comments 0   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 8h48m later as “Atari Was Very, Very Hard” Nolan Bushnell on Atari, 50 Years Later, submitted by beyang. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Highlights from Git 2.37 on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by myroon5. Score 91, comments 12  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Highlights from Git 2.37, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h12m later as Highlights from Git 2.37, submitted by raymii. Score 10, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as Building speech controlled robot with Tensil and Arty A7 on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by petrohi. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as Building speech controlled robot with Tensil and Arty A7, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as SPAs: theory versus practice on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by calvin. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 7m later as Spas: Theory versus Practice, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 9, comments 2  🔥   ⭐(9)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h26m later as SPAs: theory versus practice, submitted by feross. Score 50, comments 7  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Angular without SSR is faster than Next.js with SSR. I have the data on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by Alex3917. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(7)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 11h42m later as Angular without SSR is faster than Next.js with SSR, submitted by carlmjohnson. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Citus Data – Distributed PostgreSQL SIGMOD white paper notes on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by vigneshravichan. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 14h26m later as Citus data SIGMOD white paper notes, submitted by viggy28. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Things You Should Know About Databases on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by whymarrh. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Things to know about databases, submitted by grech. Score 28, comments 9  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h26m later as Things You Should Know About Databases, submitted by catman0x75. Score 36, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 10h56m later as Things You Should Know About Databases, submitted by beyang. Score 0, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Many Modes: A GATs Pattern on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by mfrw. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 12h33m later as Many modes: a GATs pattern, submitted by mfrw. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Experimental post-quantum safe VPN tunnels on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by mikece. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h19m later as Experimental post-quantum safe VPN tunnels, submitted by yewenjie. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h16m later as Experimental post-quantum safe VPN tunnels, submitted by cjoly. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as NeRF: An Eventual Successor for Deepfakes? on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by Hard_Space. Score 4, comments 0   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h22m later as NeRF: An Eventual Successor for Deepfakes?, submitted by Yogthos. Score 6, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as An Intro to Zig's checkAllAllocationFailures on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by kristoff. Score 14, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as An Intro to Zig's CheckAllAllocationFailures, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Is zero trust living up to expectations? on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by lu. Score 9, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Is zero trust living up to expectations?, submitted by enz. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as REPL Python programming and debugging with IPython on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by spookylukey. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as REPL Python programming and debugging with IPython, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as Development Environments: discussion about terminals and IDEs in 2022 on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by phaazon_. Score 56, comments 20  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h56m later as Development Environments, submitted by matklad. Score 14, comments 11

Then appeared on Hacker News 2h7m later as Development Environments, submitted by 8b16380d. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Notes on OpenSSL remote memory corruption by Guido Vranken on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by pentestercrab. Score 3, comments 0   ⭐(5)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 19h53m later as Notes on OpenSSL remote memory corruption, submitted by fro. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Mullvad VPN relay audit on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by Seirdy. Score 38, comments 8  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 7h4m later as Mullvad VPN relay audit [pdf], submitted by h1x. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Reviving Drop Seven and a Half Years Later on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by maxdeviant. Score 9, comments 4

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as Reviving Drop Seven and a Half Years Later, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Small Tables on 27 Jun 2022, submitted by ahobson. Score 8, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h56m later as Small Tables with Go generics, submitted by metadat. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Assertions should be more debugger-oriented on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by telotortium. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(15)

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h20m later as Assertions should be more debugger-oriented, submitted by ingve. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5h51m later as Assertions should be more debugger-oriented, submitted by calvin. Score 9, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3h51m later as Assertions should be more debugger-oriented, submitted by pcr910303. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as MaPLe Compiler for Parallel ML v0.3 Release Notes on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by eatonphil. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as MaPLe compiler for Parallel ML v0.3 Release Notes, submitted by eatonphil. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Ring Quotient For Programmers on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by river. Score 10, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Ring Quotient for Programmers, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as A Previous Sibling Selector on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by carlmjohnson. Score 10, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as A Previous Sibling Selector, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as defaultable-map: An Applicative wrapper for Maps on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by Gabriella439. Score 23, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Defaultable-map: An Applicative wrapper for Maps, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Sorting Algorithms visualized using Blender on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by technetium. Score 12, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 8m later as Sorting algorithms visualized with Blender, submitted by kiedtl. Score 2948, comments 96  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Server-side Swift State Of The Union By Tim Condon on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by softinio. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Server-Side Swift State of the Union by Tim Condon, submitted by softinio. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as BMW F Series Gear Selector, Part One: Failures on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by zdw. Score 94, comments 66  🔥   ⭐(5)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 8m later as BMW F Series Gear Selector, Part One: Failures, submitted by raymii. Score 31, comments 2  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as My Brainfuck CPU – A Simple Processor in Python via MyHDL on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by ofou. Score 17, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h56m later as A simple Brainfuck Processor in Python via MyHDL, submitted by imode. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Why I still recommend Julia on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by amkkma. Score 204, comments 165  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 57m later as Why I still recommend Julia, submitted by koavf. Score 5, comments 41 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 33m later as Why I still recommend Julia, submitted by calvin. Score 16, comments 10

First seen on Lobste.rs as Two types of privacy on 26 Jun 2022, submitted by Seirdy. Score 11, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as Two Types of Privacy, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Two Types of Privacy, submitted by notriddle. Score 19, comments 2  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on /r/Programming as An Unfortunate Experience with Rust on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by Uncaffeinated. Score 67, comments 89 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h32m later as An Unfortunate Experience with Rust, submitted by calvin. Score 14, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2h22m later as An Unfortunate Experience with Rust, submitted by alainchabat. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 12h59m later as An Unfortunate Experience with Rust, submitted by metadat. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Don't let dicts spoil your code (2020) on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by imankulov. Score 122, comments 84  🔥   ⭐(9)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5h13m later as Don't let dicts spoil your code, submitted by carlmjohnson. Score 25, comments 28  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Split Audio Files into Parts on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by vermaden. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Split Audio Files into Parts, submitted by vermaden. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Go Patterns - Fanning on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by henesy. Score 12, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 7m later as Go Patterns – Fanning, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as SSD Trim in NetBSD Head (-Current) on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by jayp1418. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as SSD TRIM in NetBSD HEAD (-current), submitted by jaypatelani. Score 5, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as AT&T lawyer stopped Plan 9 release cd with songs by Lou Reed, Debbie Harry, The Residents, … on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by asjo. Score 28, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as AT&T lawyer stopped Plan 9 release CD with songs by Lou Reed, Debbie Harry, submitted by asjo. Score 417, comments 164  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Interactive UNIX - So Powerful It Can't Be a PC on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by johnblood. Score 22, comments 4

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as Interactive Unix – So Powerful It Can't Be a PC, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 42, comments 10  🔥   ⭐(26)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Dangit, Git!? on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by raymii. Score 17, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Dangit, Git?, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 82, comments 73  🔥   ⭐(11)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Why I think the GNOME designers are incompetent on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by raymii. Score 1, comments 23 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as I think the GNOME designers are incompetent, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 91, comments 145 controversial  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Lobste.rs as legdur - keep your legacy durable on 25 Jun 2022, submitted by cyplo. Score 21, comments 28 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Legdur – keep your legacy durable, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h29m later as Legdur – keep your legacy durable, submitted by harporoeder. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Q&A: Neil Thompson on computing power and innovation on 24 Jun 2022, submitted by OrderOfChaos. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 20h9m later as Q&A: Neil Thompson on computing power and innovation, submitted by rntn. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 15h47m later as Q&A: Neil Thompson on computing power and innovation, submitted by idiot-bird. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Recovering a cryptocurrency wallet from a Samsung Galaxy on 23 Jun 2022, submitted by dgv. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h36m later as Hacking a Hardware Wallet to get $6M in Bitcoin, submitted by whiteyford. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Hacking a Samsung Galaxy for $6M? – Joe Grand, submitted by Genio2003. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Companies Using RFCs or Design Docs and Examples of These on 23 Jun 2022, submitted by yonkeltron. Score 15, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 18h6m later as Companies Using RFCs or Design Docs and Examples of These, submitted by gregdoesit. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Companies Using RFCs or Design Docs and Examples of These, submitted by kiyanwang. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Limitations in rust's type system when it comes to supporting commutative mathematical operations on 23 Jun 2022, submitted by mqudsi. Score 18, comments 6

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as Limitations in rust's type system when it comes to supporting commutative mathe, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Rust limitations implementing generic commutative mathematical operations, submitted by ComputerGuru. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as The Modos Paper Monitor on 22 Jun 2022, submitted by Vinnl. Score 11, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 25m later as The Modos Paper Monitor, submitted by ifreund. Score 30, comments 19  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as The Modos Paper Monitor, submitted by rcarmo. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(4)

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as The Modos Paper Monitor, submitted by Curiositry. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as ESP32-C5: Espressif’s First Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 MCU on 22 Jun 2022, submitted by extesy. Score 122, comments 89  🔥   ⭐(14)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as ESP32-C5: Espressif’s first Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 MCU, submitted by extesy. Score 4, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as You can run Doom on a chip from a $15 IKEA smart lamp on 20 Jun 2022, submitted by Hbruz0. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h46m later as You Can Run Doom on a Chip From a $15 Ikea Smart Lamp, submitted by Yogthos. Score 24, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 13h57m later as Run Doom on a Chip from a $15 IKEA Smart Lamp, submitted by adrianomartins. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Doom on a chip from a IKEA LED smart lamp, submitted by modinfo. Score 129, comments 56  🔥   ⭐(4)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Data Oriented Programming in Java on 20 Jun 2022, submitted by thibauttt. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Data Oriented Programming in Java, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 15h19m later as Data Oriented Programming in Java, submitted by SerCe. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h26m later as Data Oriented Programming in Java [Brian Goetz], submitted by tdudzik. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 6 days later as Data Oriented Programming in Java – Brian Goetz, submitted by victor106. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Notes on WebAssembly on 20 Jun 2022, submitted by chmaynard. Score 146, comments 55  🔥   ⭐(16)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7 days later as Notes on WebAssembly, submitted by sanxiyn. Score 8, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Craiyon, formerly DALL-E mini on 19 Jun 2022, submitted by ChrisGranger. Score 27, comments 4  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6 days later as Craiyon, formerly DALL-E mini, submitted by viebel. Score 0, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as What is Box﹤str﹥ and how is it different from String in Rust? on 17 Jun 2022, submitted by mdibaiee. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 6 days later as What is `Box<str>` and how is it different from `String` in Rust?, submitted by asimpletune. Score 65, comments 32  🔥   ⭐(5)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as What is `Box<str>` and how is it different from `String` in Rust?, submitted by iamkeyur. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as What is Box and how is it different from String in Rust?, submitted by kbknapp. Score 27, comments 1  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as PRQL on 17 Jun 2022, submitted by tosh. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 10 days later as Show HN: PRQL 0.2 — a better SQL — now ready to use, submitted by maximilianroos. Score 45, comments 11  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 13m later as PRQL 0.2 — a modern language for transforming data — a simple, powerful, pipelined SQL replacement. Now ready to use!, submitted by max-aug. Score 517, comments 114  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5h55m later as PRQL: a modern language for transforming data — a simple, powerful, pipelined SQL replacement, submitted by ar-nelson. Score 13, comments 3

First seen on Lobste.rs as Accelerating GitHub theme creation with color tooling on 14 Jun 2022, submitted by williballenthin. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h38m later as Accelerating GitHub theme creation with color tooling | The GitHub Blog, submitted by IsDaouda_Games. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 11 days later as Primer Prism: Accelerating GitHub theme creation with color tooling, submitted by denysvitali. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Data-Parallel Actors: A Programming Model for Scalable Query Serving Systems on 11 Jun 2022, submitted by micahville. Score 9, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h22m later as Data-Parallel Actors: A Programming Model for Scalable Query Serving Systems, submitted by calvin. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8 days later as Data-Parallel Actors: A Programming Model for Scalable Query Serving Systems, submitted by mlerner. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 7 days later as Data-Parallel Actors: A Programming Model for Scalable Query Serving Systems, submitted by mlerner. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as PACMAN: a novel hardware attack that can bypass Pointer Authentication (PAC) on the Apple M1 CPU on 10 Jun 2022, submitted by lattera. Score 9, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 15 days later as Pacman: Attacking Appple M1 Pointer Authentication with Speculative Execution, submitted by blopeur. Score 1, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Stop Interviewing with Leet Code on 09 Jun 2022, submitted by charles_f. Score 492, comments 609  🔥   ⭐(5)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 11h8m later as Stop Interviewing With Leet Code, submitted by JohnDoe_John. Score 617, comments 227  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 16 days later as Stop Interviewing With Leet Code, submitted by adsouza. Score 33, comments 24  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Similarity joins on large datasets – Minhash on 24 May 2022, submitted by yellowflash. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 30 days later as Fuzzy Joins (Minhash), submitted by yellowflash. Score 4, comments 0   ⭐(7)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as Fuzzy similarity joins (Min-hash), submitted by aloha. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Show HN: A reasonably reliable traffic per application monitor using BPF on 25 Apr 2022, submitted by elesiuta. Score 12, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 60 days later as picosnitch: Monitor Linux network traffic per executable using BPF, submitted by aloha. Score 19, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Random Mosaic - Detecting unauthorized physical access with beans, lentils and colored rice on 08 Apr 2022, submitted by deejayy. Score 17, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 79 days later as Detecting unauthorized physical access with beans, lentils and colored rice, submitted by layer8. Score 2, comments 0   ⭐(1)

First seen on Hacker News as Interop 2022 web-platform-tests Dashboard on 07 Mar 2022, submitted by JeanMarcS. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 111 days later as web-platform-tests dashboard, submitted by adsouza. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Type-checked keypaths in Rust on 25 Jun 2021, submitted by lonami. Score 13, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as Type-Checked Keypaths in Rust, submitted by pcr910303. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(8)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Metastability and Distributed Systems on 03 Jun 2021, submitted by bcongdon. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 10 days later as Metastability and Distributed Systems, submitted by alexeyr. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as Metastability and Distributed Systems, submitted by kiyanwang. Score 1, comments 0  💤   ⭐(15)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Bootstrapping LISP in a Boot Sector on 04 Mar 2021, submitted by skuzzymiglet. Score 9, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 477 days later as Bootstrapping Lisp in a Boot Sector, submitted by AlexeyBrin. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Show HN: multi-gitter – Update multiple repositories in bulk on 24 Feb 2021, submitted by lindellme. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1.3 years later as multi-gitter - CLI to update multiple git repositories in bulk, submitted by smcleod. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Multi-gitter – CLI to update multiple Git repositories in bulk, submitted by smcleod. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Bitbanged DVI on the RP2040 Microcontroller on 17 Feb 2021, submitted by feoh. Score 27, comments 5  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.3 years later as Bitbanged DVI on the RP2040 Microcontroller, submitted by _Microft. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Bitbanged DVI on the RP2040 Microcontroller, submitted by homarp. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Automatic pool stick on 16 Feb 2021, submitted by Corbin. Score 10, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.4 years later as Automatic Pool Stick vs. Strangers, submitted by hubraumhugo. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as Diving into /proc/pid/mem on 27 Oct 2020, submitted by pimterry. Score 94, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 38m later as Diving into /proc/[pid]/mem, submitted by majke. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.7 years later as Diving into /Proc/[Pid]/Mem, submitted by olalonde. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Failed #SquadGoals on 20 Apr 2020, submitted by friendlysock. Score 15, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.2 years later 🧟 as Spotify doesn’t use “the Spotify model” and neither should you, submitted by codesuki. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as The documentation system matrix on 17 Apr 2020, submitted by nfrankel. Score 6, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 124 days later as The Documentation System, submitted by bkudria. Score 24, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1.5 years later as The Documentation System, submitted by telemachus. Score 21, comments 6

Then appeared on Hacker News 114 days later as Unified theory of documentation systems, submitted by O__________O. Score 110, comments 14  🔥   ⭐(12)

First seen on /r/Programming as IRedis: A Cli for Redis with AutoCompletion and Syntax Highlighting. on 25 Feb 2020, submitted by laixintao. Score 29, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2.3 years later 🧟 as iredis: A Terminal Client for Redis with AutoCompletion and Syntax Highlighting, submitted by laixintao. Score 7, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as 3 tribes of programming on 15 Feb 2020, submitted by cadey. Score 41, comments 7  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.4 years later 🧟 as Tribes of Programming (2017), submitted by cesarb. Score 17, comments 0  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Start all of your commands with a comma (2009) on 07 Oct 2019, submitted by Tomte. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 180 days later as Start all of your commands with a comma (2009), submitted by Tomte. Score 253, comments 89  🔥   ⭐(6)

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.5 years later as Start all of your commands with a comma (2009), submitted by Tomte. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 244 days later as Start all of your commands with a comma (2009), submitted by Tomte. Score 569, comments 115  🔥   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4 days later as Start all of your commands with a comma, submitted by ciprian_craciun. Score 63, comments 12  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as What do executives do, anyway? on 28 Sep 2019, submitted by qznc. Score 79, comments 33  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.7 years later 🧟 as What do executives do, anyway? (2019), submitted by Tomte. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as 20 more years of bootstrapping: SBCL – past, present, future on 16 Jun 2019, submitted by calvin. Score 19, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.0 years later 🧟 as Twenty More Years of Bootstrapping (2019) [pdf], submitted by Tomte. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Modern C++ Won't Save Us on 21 Apr 2019, submitted by alex_gaynor. Score 102, comments 47  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 5h56m later as Modern C++ Won't Save Us, submitted by dankohn1. Score 8, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Modern C++ Won't Save Us, submitted by neptvn. Score 326, comments 388  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.0 years later 🧟 as Modern C++ Won't Save Us (2019), submitted by wglb. Score 189, comments 255 controversial  🔥   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 year later as Modern C++ Won't Save Us · Alex Gaynor, submitted by Alexander_Selkirk. Score 0, comments 42 controversial  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Explaining Code using ASCII Art on 18 Feb 2019, submitted by pushcx. Score 21, comments 6

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2.3 years later 🧟 as Explaining Code using ASCII Art (2019), submitted by bshanks. Score 21, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as Explaining Code Using ASCII Art, submitted by behnamoh. Score 10, comments 1  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Lobste.rs as What does an idle CPU do? (2014) on 26 Jan 2019, submitted by minastirid. Score 20, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as What does an idle CPU do?, submitted by ohjeez. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.4 years later 🧟 as What does an idle CPU do? (2014), submitted by ivanvas. Score 113, comments 26  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 7h11m later as What does an idle CPU do? (2014), submitted by iamkeyur. Score 42, comments 3  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as How to teach Git on 17 Jan 2019, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.4 years later 🧟 as How to Teach Git (2018), submitted by 000000. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 5 days later as How to Teach Git, submitted by EntICOnc. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Project Mu on 20 Dec 2018, submitted by wizardishungry. Score 6, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.5 years later 🧟 as Welcome to Project Mu, submitted by Tomte. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as What the hell was the Microsoft Network‽ on 29 Aug 2018, submitted by rau. Score 15, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.8 years later 🧟 as What the Hell Was the Microsoft Network? (2018), submitted by edgarvm. Score 3, comments 0   ⭐(7)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Windows 95, running in an Electron app on 24 Aug 2018, submitted by ngoldbaum. Score 2, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.8 years later 🧟 as Windows 95 in Electron, submitted by modinfo. Score 3, comments 0   ⭐(1)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Manual Work is a Bug on 03 Jul 2018, submitted by calvin. Score 30, comments 4  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.0 years later 🧟 as Manual Work is a Bug (2018), submitted by Tomte. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Alda: a language for interactively generating midi music on 31 Mar 2018, submitted by Yogthos. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.2 years later 🧟 as Alda – text-based programming language for music composition, submitted by pabs3. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as iPhones, Armed Robbery, and Hacking on 27 Jan 2018, submitted by calvin. Score 9, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.4 years later 🧟 as iPhones, Armed Robbery, and Hacking, submitted by Ice_cream_suit. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as A Crash Course in Modern Hardware by Cliff Click on 20 Sep 2017, submitted by SeanTAllen. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.8 years later 🧟 as A Crash Course in Modern Hardware (2016), submitted by Tomte. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as The Problem with Threads (2006) [pdf] on 12 Aug 2017, submitted by jamesbowman. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 264 days later as The Problem with Threads (2006) [pdf], submitted by DonbunEf7. Score 80, comments 55  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 131 days later as "we must discard threads as a programming model"(2006), submitted by stuntgoat. Score 10, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.4 years later as The Problem with Threads (2006) [pdf], submitted by amzans. Score 18, comments 7  🔥   ⭐(20)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2.4 years later 🧟 as The Problem with Threads, by Edward A. Lee, submitted by Alexander_Selkirk. Score 0, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as OpenSnitch: a GNU/Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall. on 02 May 2017, submitted by dvk. Score 25, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 5.2 years later 🧟 as OpenSnitch is a GNU/Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall, submitted by btdmaster. Score 193, comments 73  🔥   ⭐(10)

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Garden and the Stream: A Technopastoral on 11 Aug 2016, submitted by pushcx. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5.9 years later 🧟 as The Garden and the Stream: A Technopastoral (2015), submitted by Tomte. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Monads in JavaScript on 03 Jun 2015, submitted by pushcx. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 7.1 years later 🧟 as Monads in JavaScript, submitted by andsoitis. Score 1, comments 0  💤

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