How does it compare with using a LATERAL JOIN?
Colleagues were just talking about it yesterday.
World of Goo
Merge with https://lobste.rs/s/xun2wv/severe_flaw_wpa2_protocol_leaves_wi_fi ?
I merged the other story into this one. The other was earlier by a few hours, but I’d like to favor the primary source when it’s available.
I am able to upvote my own comments which came here from the merged thread.
This is probably a bug in the lobsters code base, is it not?
EDIT: The UI makes it appear as if upvoting worked, but the score gets reset after a page reload.
That sounds pretty weird, and it’s probably just not fetching your vote on the merged comments and a new vote will not add to your existing default upvote. Could you link one comment you’ve upvoted and one you haven’t, please?
This is now tracked by an issue. Thanks for the nice repro, @mulander.
I tested on this one: https://lobste.rs/s/dwzplh/krack_attacks_breaking_wpa2#c_0klzsb
But as stated in my edit above, it appears to be a minor UI-only issue.
I am able to reproduce this. I upvoted https://lobste.rs/s/xun2wv/severe_flaw_wpa2_protocol_leaves_wi_fi#c_0klzsb which I remember also upvoting in the unmerged thread. The counter went up and the arrow went read. Reloaded and it’s back down by one and allowing me to vote again.
Or the other way around…
Eh, it’s the news post and this is the white paper’s site. I say leave them separate. This needs visibility.
Are you aware of the name conflict over osh binary being provided by OMake build system?
etsh was also know as osh a few month ago and change his name for the same reason
Hm thanks for letting me know… I will take care not to use the same config file names.
I’m not sure about the binary name. I’m surprised that the etsh author changed it, because according to the OMake home page, there hasn’t been a release since 2010? I have actually read the OMake paper, but I wasn’t aware that it’s installed on many systems (and I didn’t know it had an osh binary).
Debian will first-come-first-served you on the binary name (the same thing happened to node.js, to much wailing and gnashing of teeth, though to be fair to you, “osh” is far less obviously generic than “node”).
Already posted at https://lobste.rs/s/zvsqqk/distrustful_u_s_allies_force_spy_agency
Please merge stories to avoid other submit
Similar to chopstick
Strikingly similar! Their execution model is a little different, but the featureset is pretty close. Thanks for the link
Does anyone know how to get Firefox to report the number of open tabs?
There are a few addons that show it: https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/search/?q=tab+counter&cat=1%2C0&appver=&platform=
Thank you. Now, like Inbox Zero, I have another number to feel bad about.
try to close and it will tell you “are you sure you want to close 4000 tabs” or something like that?