OpenToonz, the drawing program used by Studio Ghibli is now
BSD-licensed, Linux port ongoing.
Dancing on the Lip of the Volcano: Chosen Ciphertext Attacks on Apple iMessage,
by Christina Garman, Matthew Green, Gabriel Kaptchuk, Ian Miers, and
Is the security of quantum cryptography guaranteed by the laws of physics?,
by Daniel J. Bernstein.
On the Impending Crypto Monoculture, by Peter Gutmann.
“In adopting the Bernstein algorithm suite and its implementation, implementers
have rejected both the highly brittle and failure-prone current algorithms and
mechanisms and their equally brittle and failure-prone implementations.”
The Role of Composition in Computer Programming (PDF),
by Donald B. McIntyre.
XXL, a new minimal vector language.
Trees in K. Ideas by John Earnest.
git-evtag can be used as a replacement for signing with
It will generate a strong checksum (called Git-EVTag-v0-SHA512) over
the commit, tree, and blobs it references (and recursively over
Yosys is a ISC-licensed framework for Verilog RTL synthesis.
Caradoc is a parser and validator of PDF files written in OCaml.
Hand-crafted containers, good introduction to the Linux concepts
used for containers.
Legalize It All, How to win the war on drugs.
Punctuation in novels