[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 13 points 3 days ago

Primary candidates don't usually select a running mate before the primary anyways.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 24 points 3 days ago

Are you shocked that bad software can crash multiple operating systems or something?

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 1 points 4 days ago

What you're asking for is a CI/CD pipeline that deploys a set of OS updates as a set revision. I don't the details on how to do it but that's the concept you're asking for.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 0 points 4 days ago

Use a CI/CD pipeline with a one box and preprod and run service integration tests after the update.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 2 points 4 days ago

He also didn't answer the question other than "something something genetic engineering"

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 2 points 5 days ago

Yeah, that was one of my favorites. Haven't seen anything similar

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 3 points 6 days ago

No citations on the article. Bit skeptical that this was as widespread as they're implying.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 45 points 2 weeks ago

Loss leader to buy market share. It was never going to be profitable at those rates.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 46 points 1 month ago

Conversely low res audio clearly sounds like trash.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 60 points 2 months ago

Who's ignoring hallucinations? It gets brought up in basically every conversation about LLMs.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 38 points 3 months ago

IMHO, worthless though it is, I don't get why Diablo-likes are called ARPG's. They have lots of A and no RP. (They are Gs tho.)

Because in 1996 experience points, leveling up, character attributes, and magical loot were all closely associated with RPGs. Over the intervening roughly 30 years those mechanics have been adopted by games all over the spectrum. However the genre-name for Diablo-like games stuck due to convention.

Also Diablo being called an ARPG predates Dark Souls by 10 to 15 years.

[-] FalseMyrmidon@kbin.run 50 points 3 months ago

Oh, so it's just not funny

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