Vim 8.1

Vim 8.1 is a minor release, a few new features have been added since Vim 8.0.
A lot of bugs have been fixed, documentation was updated, etc.

For MS-Windows, download the Self installing executable.
For Unix you probably want to get the latest version from github, see the
github page
Otherwise see the Download page for options.

The main new feature of Vim 8.1 is support for running a terminal in a Vim
window. This builds on top of the asynchronous features added in Vim 8.0.
The terminal window can be used for many purposes, here are a few examples:

Run a command, such as “make”, while continuing to edit in other windows. The
progress of the command can be observed, the terminal window is continuously
updated.

Run a shell where you can execute a series of commands.

Use the new terminal debugger plugin for debugging inside Vim. This is
especially useful over an ssh connection, when opening other terminals is not
possible or impractical.


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Tildes: a nonprofit, opensource aggregator with no ads, by a former Reddit admin

Posted on May 2, 2018 by Chad Birch (Deimos)

Online communities are in a precarious and unhealthy state right now.
Major internet platforms are exhibiting a wide range of issues: they collect our personal data and fail to protect it; amplify outrage and encourage mob harassment; spread false information and radicalize viewpoints; and allow racism and hate speech to propagate. These are all incredibly serious issues, yet they’re still only a small sample of the problems that are becoming apparent.
The companies behind the platforms know their products cause these negative effects, but they’ve decided to treat them as acceptable costs instead of taking decisive action to address the issues. Only legal or public pressure seem to produce meaningful responses.
Why is this happening?
I believe that almost all issues with internet platforms trace back to two root causes:
Dependence on venture capital and the expectation of massive returns for their investors
Business models based around


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Introducing Git protocol version 2

Today we announce Git protocol version 2, a major update of Git’s wire protocol (how clones, fetches and pushes are communicated between clients and servers). This update removes one of the most inefficient parts of the Git protocol and fixes an extensibility bottleneck, unblocking the path to more wire protocol improvements in the future.

The protocol version 2 spec can be found here. The main improvements are:
Server-side filtering of references
Easy extensibility for new features like ref-in-want and fetching and pushing symrefs
Simplified client handling of the http transport

The main motivation for the new protocol was to enable server side filtering of references (branches and tags). Prior to protocol v2, servers responded to all fetch commands with an initial reference advertisement, listing all references in the repository. This complete listing is sent even when a client only cares about updating a single branch, e.g.: `git fetch origin master`. For repositories that contain 100s


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Material UI v1 for React is out

It has taken us two years to do it, but Material-UI v1 has finally arrived!We are so excited about this release, as it’s setting a new course for the project. Thank you to everyone, especially to the team, and to everyone who’s contributed code, issue triage, and support. Thank you.See the 1.0.0 Release Note on GitHub.One buttonHigh-level Goals for v1Material-UI was started 3 years ago by @hai-cea. The React ecosystem has evolved considerably since then, and we have also learned along the way. Two years ago, @nathanmarks started an ambitious task to rebuild Material-UI from the ground-up, taking advantage of this knowledge to address long-standing issues in customizability, ease of use, and code quality.CustomizabilityMaterial-UI v1 is our second stab at the execution of the vision.We want Material-UI to become whatever is generally useful for application development, all in the spirit of the Material Design guidelines. Material-UI is not only an implementation


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How to Install a Kubernetes Docker Cluster on CentOS 7

In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to install and configure Kubernetes and Docker on CentOS 7. Kubernetes is an open source platform for managing containerized applications developed by Google. It allows you to manage, scale, and automatically deploy your containerized applications in the clustered environment.


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