Threads for perrohunter

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    More like “docker is a packager”

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      Now that docker (buildkit) does instruction caching, garbage collection, and concurrent dependency resolution, its looking a lot less like just a packager!

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      Would this be a feature that you can leverage on rust? Most rust frameworks rely on EPOLL right? It would probably take some time for this to tickle down to the frameworks I guess

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        This wouldn’t be usable for current Rust async runtimes, because this applies to kernel threads and tasks in current Rust async runtimes are not kernel threads. I also doubt it would be adopted quickly, because it would be Linux-only for quite some time.

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        That’s really well made! Any plans on using this same “real-time multiple roles” concept in a different application or project? Assuming you’re not going after Uber, that is 😉

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          Thanks! Didn’t think about it yet, web sockets that are used there could be set up in a better way, as far as I’m aware, currently, all users get notified about changes and filter out all unrelated to them messages… Regarding the next project, most probably I’ll make a landing page to help my father sell honey online, he is a beekeeper.

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            That is a wholesome next project, best of luck! If you decide to open-source it as well, send us a link here :)

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              Sure I will!

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              How old is he? I mean, he’s beekeeping age clearly

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                he is 75, beekeeping for the last 30 years, usually, he gets up to 500kg per season

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                  500kg

                  Wow! That sounds a lot to me. I know nothing about the economics of bee keeping.

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                    Yes, sounds a lot, considering that he has I think 15 hives. Financially it is not that much, here in Estonia, he can sell it as up to 8EUR/kg which gives ±4KEUR per year

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            I wanna know the same thing, like double nginx doesn’t make sense to me