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Game Off is our annual month-long game jam where participants create games using their favorite game engines, libraries, and programming languages. Newbies, professional game developers, and everyone in between are welcome to join. It’s a great excuse to learn a new technology, collaborate on something over the weekends with friends, or create a game by yourself for the first time! Join now!

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The Future of Open Source: Is It Sustainable?

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The Future of Open Source: Is It Sustainable?

December 14, 2021 • Online

This Live event will showcase leading maintainers in the community and discuss the future of open source sustainability.

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laanwj
laanwj commented Nov 25, 2021

I accidentally -torcontrol=1 today (instead of -listenonion=1) and was confused that it was accepted, as the argument needs to be host:port.

Expected outcome would be an error message and exiting.

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youknowone
youknowone commented Nov 28, 2021

https://docs.python.org/3/library/hashlib.html

Changed in version 3.9: All hashlib constructors take a keyword-only argument usedforsecurity with default value True. A false value allows the use of insecure and blocked hashing algorithms in restricted environments. False indicates that the hashing algorithm is not used in a security context, e.g. as a non-cryptographic one-way compression fun

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