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POSIX Standard for Shell & Utilities
The Shell and Utilities volume of POSIX.1-2008 describes the commands and utilities offered to application programs by POSIX-conformant systems.
mac-os-x  shell  programming  linux  bash  commandline  spec  standards 
16 hours ago by rsgranne
Revenge.css is a CSS bookmarklet that reports bad html using pseudo content. If the page you use it with has malformed links, deprecated attributes, <div>s inside inline elements, inaccessible buttons, badly nested sections or other errors, you'll see some ugly, pink errors written in nobody's favourite font: Comic Sans.
css  standards  webdev  tool 
18 hours ago by rsgranne
Adactio: Links—Secure Contexts Everywhere | Mozilla Security Blog
I’m all in favour of HTTPS everywhere, but this kind of strong-arming just feels like blackmail to me.
A strong reaction, from someone generally supportive of moving things to HTTPS, that tying other features to HTTPS is "blackmail" or abuse.
https  security  standards  mozilla  research  action  regulation 
yesterday by npdoty
Time and Frequency Standards - A tutorial
The article provides an in-depth view of keeping time and frequencies in case of satellite chain. When communicating over satellite system, it becomes important to keep the communication coherent as the space segment is usually above 36,000 Kilometers and there is a few seconds of delay between transmission and reception of the signals. By knowing exactly how much delay has happened, we can compensate for the same.
frequency  standards  time  and  tutorial 
yesterday by anandsoft
OpenBEL - Biological Expression Language
Language for representing scientific findings in the life sciences in a computable form
bioinformatics  standards  rdf  semanticweb  linkeddata  biology 
3 days ago by sachaa
Stop the Cap! CableLabs Introduces Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1: Same Upload/Download Speeds ·
CableLabs has resolved the cable industry’s long-standing competitive disadvantage with fiber optic broadband with the introduction of a Full Duplex (FDX) DOCSIS 3.1 specification.
“FDX DOCSIS 3.1 is an extension of the DOCSIS 3.1 specification that will significantly increase upstream capacity and enable symmetric multi-Gbps services over existing HFC networks,” CableLabs wrote. “Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1 technology builds on the successful completion of the DOCSIS 3.1 specification, which has made deployments of 10Gbps downstream and 1Gbps upstream broadband speeds a reality.”
Cable operators that adopt FDX will be able to sell identical upstream and downstream speeds to customers. The new standard concurrently uses the same spectrum reserved for broadband service for uploads and downloads. The technology was developed using Time Division Duplexing (TDD).
standards  stop_the_cap  technology  broadband  cable_modem 
4 days ago by rgl7194
WPA3 will secure Wi-Fi connections in four significant ways in 2018 - Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs
CES, the annual consumer electronics extravaganza in Las Vegas, isn’t just a showcase for virtual reality and poorly-timed power outages. It’s also an opportunity to get a peek at the future of network security.
That’s why on the first day of CES, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced the newest security protocol for Wi-Fi devices: WPA3. The new protocol is the most significant upgrade to Wi-Fi security since WPA2 was ratified in 2004.
Details are thin, but the announcement outlined four new security capabilities that will protect wireless connections in the years to come.
encryption  privacy  security  standards  wi-fi  WPA3 
4 days ago by rgl7194
Seven into seven. — Ethan Marcotte

On the face of it, this statement’s true. AMP’s markup isn’t proprietary as such: rather, all those odd-looking amp- tags are custom elements, part of the HTML standard. And the specification’s published, edited, and distributed on GitHub, under one of the more permissive licenses available.

So, yes. The HTML standard does allow for the creation of custom elements, it’s true, and AMP’s license is quite liberal. But spend a bit of time with the rules that outline AMP’s governance. Significant features and changes require the approval of AMP’s Technical Lead and one Core Committer—and if you peruse the list of AMP’s Core Committers, that list seems exclusively staffed and led by Google employees.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with this. After all, AMP is a Google-backed project, and they’re free to establish any governance model they deem appropriate. But when I hear AMP described as an open, community-led project, it strikes me as incredibly problematic, and more than a little troubling. AMP is, I think, best described as nominally open-source. It’s a corporate-led product initiative built with, and distributed on, open web technologies
standards  googleamp  ethics  webdev  ux  seo 
6 days ago by rmohns

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