There were no new hosts this month.
|The case for the unattributed message
|HPR Community News for April 2020
|Getting my Python3 code working in Python2
|Keeping track of downloads in Elm
|Linux Inlaws S01E05 Porn and Skynet
|making vim xdg compatible
|Bash snippet - quotes inside quoted strings
|The joy of pip-tools and pyenv-virtualenv
|Matchbox and Diecast Restoration
|Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212
|For your consideration - Escape Pod
|Federated Blogging with WriteFreely
|Keep calm and Virion
|Video conference Push to Talk
|Coronavirus Update 2020-05-07
|Linux Inlaws S01E06 Porn and Trump
|Why do formal verification?
|RFC 5005 Part 1 – Paged and archived feeds? Who cares?
|Mumbling while on lockdown
|AudioBookClub 18 - Star Trek: The Continuing Mission
|Architectures of Robust Openness
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