Imagine using a freaking Docker container just to compile a font.
I should build an alarm clock that runs on Kubernetes.
Each number will be a separate display run by a separate computer, there will be a pod with several instances of a docker image that queries a central database for the time, extracts the number (configurable per-image) and displays it. That part will be written in Node.js with hundreds of dependencies pulled in. They'll also be wired up to an Nginx ingress controller and I can leverage all of the instances to efficiently display the time anywhere on my systems by heading to a special URL. Also there'll be a dedicated computer running another Docker image that queries the time from an unnamed global time API service and communicates this info to all the other instances with a customized protobuf format, encrypted with TLS self-signed certificates.
So the widely cited percentage estimation for the ace population seems to be 1%, but this makes me curious as to what percentage of people are ace but don't realize they're ace.
Now obviously you can't really measure that because you can't ask everyone a question about something they don't know about. But it's more of a thought experiment than anything.
(Also posted from here: https://www.asexuality.org/en/profile/156779-zce/?status=212799&type=status)
Immediately realized afterwards that I don't need an IRC server, I can just have people DM me through Mastodon lol.
Someday I'm gonna make a messaging service that's like Discord, but the ONLY thing you can message people are GIFs. And they have to be animated too.
random dev person.
interested in too many projects lol
also an aro ace.
masto instance for the tildeverse