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2016 年 04 月 30 日

OpenBSD Journal

proot: dpb meets chroot

With the p2k16 hackathon just coming to a close, Marc Espie has revealed one of the new things he worked on.

I've been using dpb(1) chroot'd for a long time, using my own methods. This is a first try at making things "simple." Basically,

proot -B /build

should more or less do something sane, and then you can build ports in that chroot.

Read more...

2016-04-30, 04:32 下午

Wired Top Stories

Our 8 Favorite VR Experiences From the Tribeca Film Festival

Our 8 Favorite VR Experiences From the Tribeca Film Festival
VR is really finding its legs as a creative artform. Here are eight innovative virtual-reality experiences from this year's Tribeca Film Festival. The post Our 8 Favorite VR Experiences From the Tribeca Film Festival appeared first on WIRED.

by Tim Moynihan at 2016-04-30, 11:00 上午

Sigh: We May Have Already Reached Peak Geek

Sigh: We May Have Already Reached Peak Geek
In the new 'Geek's Guide to the Galaxy' podcast, author Rob Salkowitz discusses the possibility that even hardcore fans are tired of comics in pop culture. The post Sigh: We May Have Already Reached Peak Geek appeared first on WIRED.

by Geek's Guide to the Galaxy at 2016-04-30, 11:00 上午

Security News This Week: The FBI Gets Creative to Avoid Disclosing Its $1M iPhone Hack

Security News This Week: The FBI Gets Creative to Avoid Disclosing Its $1M iPhone Hack
Each Saturday we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. The post Security News This Week: The FBI Gets Creative to Avoid Disclosing Its $1M iPhone Hack appeared first on WIRED.

by Kim Zetter at 2016-04-30, 11:00 上午

Gunning for Google, Comcast Preps Gigabit Internet That Works With Regular Cable

Gunning for Google, Comcast Preps Gigabit Internet That Works With Regular Cable
The Internet provider everyone loves to hate is gearing up to offer one gigabit per second Internet service in five U.S. cities. The post Gunning for Google, Comcast Preps Gigabit Internet That Works With Regular Cable appeared first on WIRED.

by April Glaser at 2016-04-30, 10:07 上午

云风的 blog

有创意必须实现出来才有意义

这两天在一个游戏设计论坛潜水,读了很多帖子,感觉挺有收获的。

尤其是有一贴,楼主贴了一长篇他的 idea ,应当是想了很久的,算是比较完整,只差动手了。按他的说法,想先在论坛上收集一些反馈。这个论坛聚集了许多核心玩家,和相当数量的游戏开发者,按道理说,他找对地方了。

可是,在下面的回帖中,某人对此作了严厉的批评。

回帖说,你不给出个可玩的程序,根本没可能给反馈,尤其是帖了这么一大版文字,更不可能。

创意往往很有趣,每个创意说出来都能吸引人心。但就算你先写下几百篇文档,把玩法描述的一清二楚,不通过试玩,还是不可能知道它是否行的通、是不是真的有意思。

在桌面游戏设计圈里,有条基本设计准则就是,不去试玩而去写游戏机制就是在浪费时间。从一开始就应该试玩,设计过程中要不停的试玩。

所以,在论坛上可以根据非常具体的问题收集意见,但一大版文字描述整个游戏的创意却没有意义。在创意阶段收集到的意见也不会有真正的价值。每个人都是根据文字做出自己的想象,这和把东西实现出来后的结构截然不同。


我最近两年脑子里冒出了无数想法,没有一次真的完整实现出来,非常惭愧。最近在学 html5 + javascript ,想做点原型。采用 html5 开发是方便传播,可以快速给身边的同学试玩。

如果你对我说的论坛有兴趣,[这里是我提到的帖子

btw, 其实这个同学的 idea 我还是很喜欢的。

另外,javascript 真是门恶心的语言。

by 云风 at 2016-04-30, 07:35 上午

Wired Top Stories

San Francisco’s Trump Protest Sums Up Election 2016 in One Flaming Piñata

San Francisco’s Trump Protest Sums Up Election 2016 in One Flaming Piñata
Donald Trump's latest visit to California was met with an hours-long protest in front of the Hyatt Regency hotel in Burlingame---and much of it was covered live by old and new media outlets. The post San Francisco's Trump Protest Sums Up Election 2016 in One Flaming Piñata appeared first on WIRED.

by Davey Alba at 2016-04-30, 02:22 上午

2016 年 04 月 29 日

Wired Top Stories

Gadget Lab Podcast: The Pink MacBook Waltzes Into Our Hearts

Gadget Lab Podcast: The Pink MacBook Waltzes Into Our Hearts
This is a laptop designed for today, so we'd better get used to more just like it. Also, it's rose gold, a trend that's eating the gadget industry. The post Gadget Lab Podcast: The Pink MacBook Waltzes Into Our Hearts appeared first on WIRED.

by Wired Staff at 2016-04-29, 11:31 下午

DragonFly BSD Digest

garbage[24]: It’s all fun and games until someone’s domain gets hurt

The garbage podcast for this week is up, with discussion of OpenBSD and TRIM, and, well, a very wide range of topics, going by the summary.

by Justin Sherrill at 2016-04-29, 11:25 下午

Wired Top Stories

Take a Digital Magnifying Glass to an Epic New Map of Pluto

Take a Digital Magnifying Glass to an Epic New Map of Pluto
This new global map is blurry in spots, but that's because it includes every single image that New Horizons took between July 7 and 14. The post Take a Digital Magnifying Glass to an Epic New Map of Pluto appeared first on WIRED.

by Katie M. Palmer at 2016-04-29, 10:54 下午

Game|Life Podcast: Sorry, But Nintendo’s Only Showing Zelda at E3

Game|Life Podcast: Sorry, But Nintendo’s Only Showing Zelda at E3
No Zelda or NX until 2017? Only one game at E3? WIRED's gaming crew breaks down the latest Nintendo news. The post Game|Life Podcast: Sorry, But Nintendo's Only Showing Zelda at E3 appeared first on WIRED.

by Chris Kohler at 2016-04-29, 10:28 下午

OSNews

Google gets new hardware division under former Motorola chief

Rick Osterloh is coming back to Google. The former president of Motorola, who left the Lenovo-led handset maker last month, has been hired by Google to run a new division to unify the company's disparate hardware projects, Re/code has learned. A Google rep confirmed that Osterloh has joined the company as its newest Senior Vice President, running the new hardware product line and reporting to CEO Sundar Pichai. I hope Google is finally getting serious about hardware. I can't wait for more Pixel laptops, tablets, desktops, and smartphones. That being said, as much as the Pixel devices generally get great reviews, they aren't exactly massive sales hits, and Google also has a shaky history when it comes to its hardware efforts. We'll have to see how this pans out, but it'll be interesting to see what's going to roll out of this 65th attempt at Google getting serious about hardware.

by donotreply@osnews.com (Thom Holwerda) at 2016-04-29, 10:03 下午

The secrets of medieval fonts

One of the fundamental things in a medieval book is letters - those symbols that fill up page after page and that make up meaning. Each one of us human beings writes differently and considering that medieval books were made before the invention of print, it follows that the scripts they carry show a great variety in execution styles. This is perhaps the most amazing experience of spending a day going through a pile of medieval books in the library: the immense variation in the manner in which the text is written on the parchment pages. From monks and scribes copying books letter by letter, we have now arrived at the point where the best book ever written is just a few clicks away.

by donotreply@osnews.com (Thom Holwerda) at 2016-04-29, 10:02 下午

Wired Top Stories

It May Soon Be a Lot Harder for the Law to Get Into Your Email

It May Soon Be a Lot Harder for the Law to Get Into Your Email
After years of trying to update an outdated privacy law, a unanimous vote this week signals change may be on the horizon. The post It May Soon Be a Lot Harder for the Law to Get Into Your Email appeared first on WIRED.

by April Glaser at 2016-04-29, 07:18 下午

DragonFly BSD Digest

NFS tuning tips

If you’re on DragonFly, or maybe even if you aren’t, and you are using NFS, here’s some tips on how to wring the best performance out of it.

by Justin Sherrill at 2016-04-29, 07:14 下午

Wired Top Stories

Come on, You Know You Want a Chair Made Out of a 737 Engine

Come on, You Know You Want a Chair Made Out of a 737 Engine
Meet Fallen Furniture, a design outfit run by two brothers in Bath, in the U.K. The post Come on, You Know You Want a Chair Made Out of a 737 Engine appeared first on WIRED.

by Margaret Rhodes at 2016-04-29, 06:56 下午

Don’t Put a Crane Outside a Physicist’s Window if You Don’t Want Some Math

Don’t Put a Crane Outside a Physicist’s Window if You Don’t Want Some Math
With construction next door, I keep seeing physics examples. Here I calculate the torque and forces on a large crane. The post Don't Put a Crane Outside a Physicist's Window if You Don't Want Some Math appeared first on WIRED.

by Rhett Allain at 2016-04-29, 06:45 下午

The 9 Best New Titles Coming to Netflix This Month

The 9 Best New Titles Coming to Netflix This Month
May is an important month for the streaming service: Netflix Originals are about to outnumber standout arrivals of other shows and movies. The post The 9 Best New Titles Coming to Netflix This Month appeared first on WIRED.

by Peter Rubin at 2016-04-29, 05:07 下午

Leica’s New Digital Rangefinder Has No LCD Screen, Still Costs $6K

Leica’s New Digital Rangefinder Has No LCD Screen, Still Costs $6K
No screen, no menu system, no video, and no JPEGs: For a mere $6,000, the Leica M-D is a high-end throwback. The post Leica's New Digital Rangefinder Has No LCD Screen, Still Costs $6K appeared first on WIRED.

by Tim Moynihan at 2016-04-29, 03:00 下午

Venezuela’s Energy Crisis Is Proof Renewables Aren’t Enough for the US

Venezuela’s Energy Crisis Is Proof Renewables Aren’t Enough for the US
Scaling up America's reliance on renewable energy poses problems. What do you do when the sun isn't shining, the wind isn't blowing, or the water dries up? The post Venezuela's Energy Crisis Is Proof Renewables Aren't Enough for the US appeared first on WIRED.

by Nick Stockton at 2016-04-29, 02:00 下午

11 GIFs to Catch You Up on Penny Dreadful Before Season 3

11 GIFs to Catch You Up on Penny Dreadful Before Season 3
Showtime's gothic literary mashup is back for its third season on Sunday. Here's a quick primer on where we left everyone last season. The post 11 GIFs to Catch You Up on Penny Dreadful Before Season 3 appeared first on WIRED.

by Angela Watercutter at 2016-04-29, 01:00 下午

Puzzle Game Stephen’s Sausage Roll Makes Anxiety Fun

Puzzle Game Stephen’s Sausage Roll Makes Anxiety Fun
The new title from a prolific indie developer is about exactly what you think it's about (or also possibly not). Get ready to work for your breakfast. The post Puzzle Game Stephen's Sausage Roll Makes Anxiety Fun appeared first on WIRED.

by Jake Muncy at 2016-04-29, 11:00 上午

You’re Asking Too Much of Chat Bots. Just Let Them Grow Up

You’re Asking Too Much of Chat Bots. Just Let Them Grow Up
For now, talking to a bot is like, well, talking to a robot. And maybe that's good enough. The post You're Asking Too Much of Chat Bots. Just Let Them Grow Up appeared first on WIRED.

by Cade Metz at 2016-04-29, 11:00 上午

One Designer’s Crusade to Save Oaxacan Pottery From Extinction

One Designer’s Crusade to Save Oaxacan Pottery From Extinction
Kythzia Barrera founded Innovating Tradition, and its retail arm, Colectivo 1050º, to find ways to conserve the tradition of Mexican ceramics. The post One Designer's Crusade to Save Oaxacan Pottery From Extinction appeared first on WIRED.

by Margaret Rhodes at 2016-04-29, 11:00 上午

America Is Still Great—Just Look at Yellowstone’s Majestic Creatures

America Is Still Great—Just Look at Yellowstone’s Majestic Creatures
Photographer Taylor Glenn makes stunning portraits gray wolves, black bears, mountain lions, and more. The post America Is Still Great—Just Look at Yellowstone's Majestic Creatures appeared first on WIRED.

by Laura Mallonee at 2016-04-29, 11:00 上午

No, Harvard’s Mumps Outbreak Doesn’t Mean Vaccines Are Bunk

No, Harvard’s Mumps Outbreak Doesn’t Mean Vaccines Are Bunk
Beside of widespread immunization, mumps isn’t common but once it gets into a population, it’s quite contagious. The post No, Harvard's Mumps Outbreak Doesn't Mean Vaccines Are Bunk appeared first on WIRED.

by Sarah Zhang at 2016-04-29, 11:00 上午

Here’s the Most Beautiful Pot Paraphernalia You Ever Did See

Here’s the Most Beautiful Pot Paraphernalia You Ever Did See
Sweetflag, a woman-owned hardware startup, is the antithesis to your neighborhood headshop. The post Here's the Most Beautiful Pot Paraphernalia You Ever Did See appeared first on WIRED.

by Blanca Myers at 2016-04-29, 09:39 上午

FreeBSD Security Advisories

Wired Top Stories

Etsy Is Defying Tech’s Lousy Record on Gender Diversity

Etsy Is Defying Tech’s Lousy Record on Gender Diversity
Etsy has crafted an identity for itself as an artisanal alternative to mainstream marketplaces. It's also going against the norm in other ways. The post Etsy Is Defying Tech's Lousy Record on Gender Diversity appeared first on WIRED.

by Davey Alba at 2016-04-29, 12:11 上午

2016 年 04 月 28 日

Wired Top Stories

Whoa, Amazon Isn’t Just Making Money. It’s Making More Than Ever

Whoa, Amazon Isn’t Just Making Money. It’s Making More Than Ever
Amazon has long favored growth over profits, dampening Wall Street's expectations for years. Today was a different story. The post Whoa, Amazon Isn't Just Making Money. It's Making More Than Ever appeared first on WIRED.

by Davey Alba at 2016-04-28, 11:37 下午

DragonFly BSD Digest

BSDNow 139: Cheri-picking BSD

This week’s BSDNow has some news catchup, since they’ve been on the road, and an interview with Brooks Davis of FreeBSD-on-Cheri.  (CheriBSD?)

by Justin Sherrill at 2016-04-28, 10:27 下午

OSNews

Vivaldi closes in on the cure for the common browser

If you miss the old Opera, the Opera of the Opera 12-era, then Vivaldi is for you. And if the current crop of browsers leaves you wanting more or you end up installing a dozen extensions to get things the way you like them, Vivaldi is well worth a look. But even if you never use this new browser directly, Vivaldi looks to have enough innovative new features that it's very likely some will end up in whatever browser you do use. Vivaldi has certainly piqued my interest - especially since I'm having major issues with browsers on OS X. I prefer Chrome on Windows, but Chrome on OS X is far too resource-intensive and sucks tons of battery. Safari for OS X is very buggy for me (nine out of ten times it will refuse to load pages after waking from sleep, forcing you to restart the browser) and I'm experiencing a ton of bugs with YouTube in Safari. So, I'm looking for a browser that I like on both Windows and OS X, and reading all the positive reports about Vivaldi, it's definitely worth a look.

by donotreply@osnews.com (Thom Holwerda) at 2016-04-28, 10:09 下午

Wired Top Stories

NFL Sunday Ticket Adds Live Streaming to Its Base Package

NFL Sunday Ticket Adds Live Streaming to Its Base Package
You'll still probably need a DirecTV satellite to stream live NFL games this year, but at least it's getting cheaper. The post NFL Sunday Ticket Adds Live Streaming to Its Base Package appeared first on WIRED.

by Tim Moynihan at 2016-04-28, 10:00 下午

OSNews

Richard Stallman receives ACM Software System Award

Richard Stallman, recipient of the ACM Software System Award for the development and leadership of GCC (GNU Compiler Collection), which has enabled extensive software and hardware innovation, and has been a lynchpin of the free software movement. A compiler is a computer program that takes the source code of another program and translates it into machine code that a computer can run directly. GCC compiles code in various programming languages, including Ada, C, C++, Cobol, Java, and FORTRAN. It produces machine code for many kinds of computers, and can run on Unix and GNU/Linux systems as well as others. GCC was developed for the GNU operating system, which includes thousands of programs from various projects, including applications, libraries, tools such as GCC, and even games. Most importantly, the GNU system is entirely free (libre) software, which means users are free to run all these programs, to study and change their source code, and to redistribute copies with or without changes. GNU is usually used with the kernel, Linux. Stallman has previously been recognized with ACM's Grace Murray Hopper Award. Well-deserved.

by donotreply@osnews.com (Thom Holwerda) at 2016-04-28, 09:34 下午

Wired Top Stories

The ‘Series A’ Conference Table Is Also a Ping Pong Table Because Startups

The ‘Series A’ Conference Table Is Also a Ping Pong Table Because Startups
Poppin is a startup that provides other startups with staplers, paper clips, desktop organizers, and now a new and improved ping pong conference table. The post The 'Series A' Conference Table Is Also a Ping Pong Table Because Startups appeared first on WIRED.

by Liz Stinson at 2016-04-28, 09:20 下午

Larry and Sergey Have Passed the Crown to Google’s New King

Larry and Sergey Have Passed the Crown to Google’s New King
Bucking tradition, Larry Page and Sergey Brin have let new Google CEO Sundar Pichai write the company's annual Founders' Letter. The post Larry and Sergey Have Passed the Crown to Google's New King appeared first on WIRED.

by Davey Alba at 2016-04-28, 08:48 下午

Science Magazine Editors' Choice -- Highlights of the recent literature

[Interstellar Medium] Under pressure in the Magellanic Clouds

The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds (LMC and SMC) are small nearby galaxies and a familiar sight in the Southern Hemisphere sky, easily visible to the naked eye. Welty et al.[Read More]

by Keith T. Smith at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[Cancer Treatment] Breaking down a barrier to tumor therapy

Medulloblastoma is a childhood brain tumor whose response to chemotherapy varies dramatically depending on the tumor's genomic profile. So-called “WNT-medulloblastomas” are curable, but – [Read More]

by Paula A. Kiberstis at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[Biotechnology] Cyanobacteria put to work as chemists

Chemists continue to make great strides in raising the efficiency of inorganic catalysts that split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Of course, cyanobacteria have been busily carrying – [Read More]

by Jake Yeston at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[Heart Development] A chromatin modifier for the developing heart

The alteration of chromatin structure enables differential gene expressions necessary for organ development. For example, the specific histone modifier protein KMT2D regulates transcription – [Read More]

by Beverly A. Purnell at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[Microbiology] Metagenomes yield archaeal metabolisms

Archaea play crucial roles in many environments on Earth and have done so for billions of years. However, they are notoriously difficult to isolate and culture. Two studies show the – [Read More]

by Nicholas S. Wigginton at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[Climate Change] How accurate are emission estimates?

According to estimates by the International Energy Authority, global carbon dioxide emissions fell by 0.2% in 2014, largely because of a 2.9% drop in Chinese coal consumption. But do – [Read More]

by Julia Fahrenkamp-Uppenbrink at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[Plant Ecology] Dabbling ducks disperse seeds

Omnivorous dabbling ducks (Anas spp.) number in the millions worldwide, are highly mobile, and migrate long distances, which suggests that they may disperse seeds from a wide – [Read More]

by Andrew M. Sugden at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

ScienceNOW daily headlines

[Editorial] My love-hate of Sci-Hub

Like many scientist-editors of journals published by nonprofit scientific societies, I have a love-hate relationship with Sci-Hub, the website operated out of Russia that provides access to 50 million pirated scientific articles to researchers worldwide (see the News story on p. 508). I recognize the underlying motivation of bringing global research content to the developing world. However, I also recognize that much traffic to Sci-Hub is from researchers who already have access to the articles they seek through mechanisms such as site licenses, open access, or other means. Authors who publish in Science journals, for example, can make their papers available immediately upon publication through free referrer links at the authors' websites. Research published after 1996 in a Science journal is made free with registration 1 year after its publication date. So what does the scientific community risk by gathering papers illegally? Author: Marcia McNutt

by Marcia McNutt at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[In Brief] News at a glance

In science news around the world, the European Commission pledges €1 billion for its third Flagship project, quantum technologies, the German government extends funding for its Excellence Initiative to create a German "Ivy League" indefinitely, an independent report finds that the Mexican government obstructed an investigation into the disappearance of 43 students from a rural teaching college in 2014, the Spanish National Research Council pushes back against lawsuits levied by postdoc and other employees seeking permanent employment, and more. Also, Science talks with Nobel laureate Richard Roberts about an upcoming science diplomacy mission to North Korea. And a sophisticated new wind tunnel constructed at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, aims to capture the details of bird flight—and could help drone engineers design more maneuverable machines.

2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[In Depth] How Europe exported the Black Death

Black Death—the bubonic plague—probably reached Europe from Asia in 1346, and later outbreaks were thought to have arrived from the east via a similar route. Now, scientists have evidence that a virulent strain of the Black Death bacterium lurked for centuries in Europe while also working its way back to Asia. At the recent Society for American Archaeology meeting, researchers reported analyzing the remains of medieval victims in London; Barcelona, Spain; and near the Volga River in Russia. They determined that the victims all died of a highly similar strain of Yersinia pestis, the plague bacterium, which had mutated in Europe and then traveled eastward. A descendant of the 14th century plague may also have caused more recent outbreaks, in East Asia in the 19th and 20th centuries and in Madagascar today. Author: Andrew Lawler

by Andrew Lawler at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午

[In Depth] Critics complain as U.S. shops in Iran's nuclear bazaar

Mere months ago, Iran's nuclear program was an international pariah. Now, it's supplying the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) with a strategic substance that the United States can't produce. Defying criticism, DOE last week consummated a deal to purchase 32 tons of heavy water—water containing the hydrogen isotope deuterium—from Iran. The $8.6 million sale helps Iran meet a commitment under last July's nuclear deal to shed heavy water, and it will have a swords-to-ploughshares payoff. DOE will resell a portion to industry for uses such as nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and protecting optical fibers against deterioration, and it will send 6 tons to Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee for an upgrade of the Spallation Neutron Source, an accelerator that generates powerful accelerator beams of neutrons for research. Author: Richard Stone

by Richard Stone at 2016-04-28, 08:41 下午


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