@modgethanc under safelight, naturally?
@inthedarkwelive I'm envious!
@jamey This will be incredibly useful for me, thank you.
“ ... To write code is to create bugs. Then comes the teeth-grinding frustration of removing them, one by one by one. But, to stay in the profession, you have to feel a sense of excitement, to be intrigued by what you don’t know, to feel the pleasure of the hunt … ”
From this interview with Ellen Ullman: https://lithub.com/ellen-ullman-we-have-to-demystify-code/
Very true. I want to read this book now :)
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@szbalint if you don't mind me replying out of the blue: there's not a coherent argument for the (famously illogical) way the English language is spelled. Other than tradition, and the fact that sticking to the traditional spelling makes it easy to read texts more than a century old.
At some point the sheer mass of available material becomes a compelling argument in its own right. I don't think C has reached that point, but still.
@masklayer just a thought - assuming you have ten layers, six of them have a greenish pixel (correct color), and four of them have a random noise colour in the same spot.
In that case, you couldn't want to average the layers, you'd want to choose the colour of the majority, and ignore the outliers.
There's a difficulty to finding the outliers, but that might lead to greater noise reduction than averaging.
@Ninjatrappeur what's more offensive to me: it reinforces the idea that a global change in energy consumption can be reduced to a matter of personal responsibility.
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