18 Burst results for "Rebasing"

"rebasing" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:31 min | 4 months ago

"rebasing" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

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"rebasing" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

07:26 min | 6 months ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Epicenter

"That has has been disgusted at various times in the the protocol you know. I think there's a large degree to which were in many ways. Just dealing with what was conceptualized. interesting experiment. That was mashing up a number of mechanisms. I think there is a degree to which part of it is. Just the the fun. The speculative around re bases and how that does play into you. Know the the psychology of the the space. I personally wouldn't recommend anyone listening to go launch a rebasing protocol because the the hassle of it i think is is far far beyond the the fun of it but you know we also launched at a time in which rebasing was still very poorly understood mechanism. I think i remember kind of around van. Seeing all of these takes on rebasing be basing assets in which people just clearly did not understand what this mechanism was in how it works even like people i would consider a fairly smart in the space I think now we've seen so many at this point that people mostly have a handle on it and then it is essentially a stock split so am trend. Kenny shed some light on the game. Theory behind the so basically in a rational How would i behave. I mean if you look at the rebasing yum becomes worth less right to basically the optima strategy would be unlike in a very naive you. The optima strategy would be to say you're yam before the rebates and rebuy afterwards but basically everyone could do that and even those people who do that could be front run. So basically what is an equity librium. What's the game theoretically optimal way to be way to behave in these settings. Kind of a number of factors in roles to to consider Will price does on our yelm finance medium publication have great article on exactly what his view of the game. Theoretical optimum is in general. It's just about understanding how the supply changes in how essentially the the price impact of the re-based sale are actually impacting various various holders. So you're saying the the optimal strategies to sell before the re-based and then buy back right after. I know i'm asking so. I'm very naive. The on a fast evidently appreciation that would be right. Oh a no in general not because you're not just paying attention to to price right. You're also actually. Having a percentage ownership of the essentially market cap and network in total. Which after rebates is going to be you know four one yam. After a positive rebates that inflates the supply that one year before the rebates is going to be a higher percentage of the supply than that one year after the race. So in general you actually would want to keep your yom's through that re-based The negativity base right the positive re-based increases the supply of the yen's go into the reserve right so basically then i'd be better off sending before the rebates and then re buying just after the rebates with that same dollar amount Yesler is a if you can time that price slippage correctly you actually can get yams at a at a slight discount in that in that scenario. Yeah correct but then that's public knowledge so anyone can use that hack and then basically you have to front run. The people who are using that actress said before them and by a p p by before them right to basically this kind of recruitment problem so if that is an equilibrium. I would imagine that there is a there is some sort of equillibrium that would emerge. What do you see happening in practice. So in general a we do see a lot of people not so much the front running style but we do see a fairly quick as can be expected. A fairly quick by back up of whatever that re-based shell has impacted the price so originally that nv one that price impact could be as much as ten percent. It's now lowered to five percent but we do see that there are many people who are actively monitoring for that specific a arbitrage opportunity that does exist especially in comparison to what the actual inflationary event was. There is a very specific amount of price impact. That should have occurred based on the amount of new supply. That's minted that's closer to like one tenth of whatever the the actual market impact is on the cell so receive people reading that pretty accurately. Do you have any so you said that at the time when you non yom finance protocol people went as with the rebates mechanism s. They on now. Do you have any qualms about having launched at that time because of these. I mean someone's footing the bill right. So if you look at where the money comes from end who ends up profiting from yom finance as a particle someone actually paying for that. Right and as with many governance tokens it's often the recant. Who within by the gam token on the secondary market. How do you feel about that. It goes into some of my general thoughts about these. These community launches kind of what the best way to approach them. Is i mean. I think the the kind of astronomical market caps the that yam achieved were ended up being really detrimental to To a lot of people. And i think you know. A lot of people end up the re-based for their for their losses in these cases maybe at some sort of technical level that's true but more generally based on the market. I don't i don't know that it is in general the people who really got Who suffered really heavy were those who were l. Peeing throughout that kind of market cap price collapsed from you. Know hundred million to two ten million in general as.

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"rebasing" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

06:12 min | 7 months ago

"rebasing" Discussed on The Changelog

"To apply thinking or smart smart. He's smart yeah and both from a technical standpoint you know. This is the fun thing. When i tell my parents you know tell. My family are really anyone. That isn't in the austin this development industry about this is get to explain a little bit of how it works into. This is right at the point where their eyes glaze over. But i try to bring them back in because you know you think about a software developer you think about the process of just maintained code just being a series of patches in so explain to folks that okay well if i take the basis of what has working on and say this is the non-free version and i have one that's identical except it's free than i could if as long as i have all the changes as these series of patches i could just quote unquote you know. We know that the term replay replay those patches on top of the free software version. And so you would say that the result of that is an identical project that is now just free software and so by replaying those changes you've kind of proven the fact that if you would start in this alternate universe where you would been using the free software version of jazz lint that you would end up with a free software version of jazz hint. Yeah so you have to go. In the history of each essentially the the non-free in the free versions of each in sort of find which commit or at which data which is a applicable to that that fork essentially because at some point that mit license version is representation of in some history. The non-free that's right. Yeah so i went back into the history of jazz hint in that naturally involves all the commits made from jess. So i was able to get terms. Rebates just hint on top of the free software version of jazz lint and because no-one changes the license There's not there's no. There's no risk of conflict you know it's not as though i was like resolving conflicts because everybody was changing other parts of the license or anything like that we learn. Ls than we weren't really accepting patches. Licensing any point right something funny here or at least somewhat funny so that re-based five a very slow process to discover. It's an option but you have taken that long. So is that how you accomplish. This goal then was you discovered this free. Mit version of gs lint. And that's how you accomplish this goal. I i wish that was the first step. The race did take a little while and took longer than you might expect. It took a few maybe a day or so just because it was rebasing a history that this is getting a little bit but it was amazing history. That was not really clean. So there's a lot of branches that were merged in all these weird things that happen history so rebasing that is not a straightforward operation. We using get as good as it is not perfectly. It's not doing that particular thing so that that operation yet took a day or something but it did not take seven years the problem after that though and this is where like being licensed they're kind of being intellectually curious about this process comes in. Is that conceptually. All the people that actually that rebasing was in some ways invalidating the patches that we were replaying b.'s. Conceptually all the people that had contributed adjacent in the time in the time since they were contributing knowingly not to jason license project non-free project in. So there's you know from a legal standpoint you would say like. Hey i gave you my code. I gave you my time in. I only did that. Because i believed for some reason in the jas jason license. And so when. I'm sitting here rebasing your work. I'm in some way violating you know a contractor that trust that you would put you know when you contributed this. He said the only One might say in the worst case. The only reason that i contributed to your project is because i believe in i believe in good and i want to subvert in like because you've just changed my contribution to be in a project that were that causes no longer viable or no longer present. I should say That violated my trust. Violated the kind of the contract by which i informally or not contributed so we saw the big problem by finding this free version of just lynton rebasing on top of that but we still had to reckon with the fact that all these people have contributed knowingly or not to a project that was licensed those terms and so we needed to get their permission as well. It wasn't just about the rich ponder but also about all the people that contributed in the meantime. How many people is that something. Like one hundred twenty years so i think which is actually pretty good. I personally think for a free software project on the scale of jazz hint. It wasn't as bad as it might seem though for a few reasons. One of which being that a lot of the people were contributing the files. That weren't jason licensed that we talked about. Not all the files for jason licensed in further contributions. Were what you would call you know if you were that latest started using non substantive. So if you in those are not really. You don't really need permission to change those if people like fix a typo in a code comment. They're not changing the behavior of the project and they're actually just reflecting something it's like objective objectively true Guy that that's not really you don't necessarily need their permission to change license. Because they're not actually like the way they've contributed is not really you know substantive. Yeah okay so how many were there. You take out all those. Take out the ones that were on the files that don't matter or the ones that weren't substantive typo fixes etcetera. Are we talking like fifty people somewhere in that. Range just guessing. That's a little bit harder for me. The answer but i can't do. I'm trying to figure out how many people had email and track down. I'm trying to get a whole list. Hey by the way this free version. I wanna replay. Can i get your permission like when you have covert and you have to talk to people you were with last week. You know like oh sorry. You've got to call you contact. Yeah that's what it is. It's like contact tracing for a file. Tracing you came in contact with this.

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Colombia Supreme Court Orders Ex-President Álvaro Uribe Detained

Morning Edition

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Colombia Supreme Court Orders Ex-President Álvaro Uribe Detained

"Colombia on Tuesday ordered the arrest of former President Alvarado re bay who's one of the country's most powerful politicians. Many Colombians adore rebate for leading a military offensive against Marxist guerrillas. But he has long faced allegations of human rights abuses. Here's reporter John Otis during his two terms as Colombia's president Alvarado Bebe's hardline security policies badly weakened the guerrillas who eventually signed a peace treaty. After he left office in 2010. Reba was elected to the Senate and helped elect the next two Colombian presidents. Followers really believe that he is the greatest Colombian ever to. I don't know to walk on Columbus. That's Paulie Martinez, a columnist for the Colombian newsmagazines, Samana. She points out that rebates presidency was also plagued by scandals under Areva's watch. Army troops killed thousands of innocent civilians then claimed they were guerilla fighters Rebates Intelligence agency spied on journalists, opposition leaders and Supreme Court judges. His current troubles stem from allegations that during the war rebased supported the formation of paramilitary death squads. The Supreme Court is now investigating whether rebate bribed witnesses to change their testimony. Sergio Guzman is the director of the consultancy Columbia Risk Analysis. The evidence against President you. It must be pretty solid for the Supreme Court to take the step. However, the news that rebate would be placed under house arrest. Outraged his supporters, including current president even Duke, Scanlon said. I will pay scumbag body See if he ended and we were done. He pointed out that the guerrillas and they had fought so hard to defeat and who have been accused of kidnappings and massacres have avoided prison under the generous terms of Colombia's 2016 peace treaty. But even Cepeda, the opposition senator, who accused Reba of having ties to paramilitaries, was elated. Why personas in Colombia? It's important, Seema. Justicia away, he said with the court's decision shows that no matter how powerful you are, no one is above the law for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Bogota, Colombia.

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"rebasing" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

Help I Sexted My Boss

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

"Yeah. But you've been okay. No. I mean, obviously, we had the bag incident that we said last episode when we arrived, and you thought the banks were being stone the guy if you air last week's episode the bags Cape, and we got out of the car drove off, and I started screaming the bags the bags foible. Rub. It book you drop a knife breakfast. Law dinner last night, which is very nice. You will you pointed. Because you thought you wanted to pick Ichi well, and it wasn't a picky t. No, it'd be like what a picky breakfast telecom buffet breakfast, right? Rich people wealthy people. They always say rich. They eat very small portions. Don't they we because they're they're fairly slim that dinner last night. Right. What was that star in the dish? That thing to get you had to moves Bouche. And that's what it was some sort of just amused. The mouth attached to amuse your mouth, right? I promise you, gene, divas. I'm Ben producer, Ben it was a machine peas in. It wasn't because they were more period of the Moshi piece. It was just like mushy peas where I had a bit of radish on top. It was similar to mushy peas initials, it was like a little bit much appeasing. A dash then foot start. So we add. You too had a speech I of bream fish net. Yeah. It just it would just smoke salmon on a play tiny bit. When it wasn't smoking. It was completely different fish, and it was coked. Was that on co was well, so it's a severe chase each as where you have raw fish. Yeah. And it works with most fishes, but not all fishes. And then they would have poured something like lemon juice or something sedate well eight and the average cooks the fish, basically. So it's not cooked in a conventional way that's a severe Jay. And I fishes the devil's food as far as I'm concerned. So I had I had Patty. So I've I'd real fish. Yeah. Patty. No one I'm shitting through either. Needle. Explains it what did we have after that? Then we had some Nakae with the last truffles. Yeah, we had Nakae which was very nice. It is bit light, ravioli ravioli. Yeah. Yeah. Don't knock. He's like he's like those in potatoes used to get unique to tell you as an attentive of potato never had anything from ten of coal, the exemption of baked beans, chopped tomatoes, and then we had chicken, it was a grill rice chicken, what was that all about it blow over and by the way, speaking was four five different languages. I didn't have a bloody clue go in. And once you're missing minutiae king in. Yeah. Yeah. Lovely that Paul it brought the chicken over on a big stick all three of them. It was it was sort of had been Richard a lot. Asian don't make me say is a retreat. At least we say, whatever just rebasing. Oh my God. What is it? It'd been spit roasted. I don't know. No wasn't the only person that table spit roasted last night. Spit roasted where have you ever had spit rose suk-ok? Roasted how what is split roses where it's on. It's on route to Serie. Yeah. It's rotated in it. Yeah. It was with lovely vegetables service. The one in offer it for me. So I just kept filling up on bread you, Ben? And I bend my bread plate had been cleared, and he was still having bread bed..

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"rebasing" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

Veterans Helping Veterans

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

"No, it's not a logical. Situation. I mean, that's a mass that generated theirselves and. The solution should be quite. You would think they could do Adinda m- or make an exception. It says, you know, that you either have Medicare Part B or some other insurance because they primary to chimp VA. And then let it be. But it's gonna take someone out there to change those laws and that in there and make the change. So we just need people to the asking congress today helped me out here. Well minister will be there over he could actually just do rebasing on it. And then matter thing. And the man. It's gotta be done. Do the federal richer is going to be changed. It's gotta be done with the radars. Could be changed. One of Trump's things was that we would not have to have a certain shirts that wouldn't be mandatory that you'd be able to pick your insurance. So that kinda seems like that or phone to this is well, you don't have Medicare Part B as long as you have another primary insurance. Yeah. I don't know, of course would ever on. When shabby? As a federal retiree are you? You're not required to take Medicare is that right? I'm Rick when I. No, you don't have Medicare to turn of a or you become disabled. And then you get Medicare Part A. You don't have to Medicare Part B? But we do wanna keep your champion. Oh, I see. Okay. Listens. About this. You only about and you're saying that is affected by it. Contact representatives contacted congressman you senators and explain to the situation. But you gotta explain it. Really, welcome. But insurance is insurance and a lot of folks don't have understanding situation to explain to them explaining on the show, and let's get something done about this. Have to ratchet conscious. Senators don't call the hotline because is man, but it'd be let conference USA rattlesnakes. We don't wanna do that. So what we need to do is contact. I would even take the White House and try to get them that way. But it's gotta change in the horse is one thing. But in today's times, you know with the hundred thirty five dollars a month. You know, that's that's the week the groceries for family. Hurry. You know, you take that away and going from being Roman noodles. That's not good either. So what about the jam the b committee? They're more shington as anyone contact him. They're just sitting back up. Jill. And. Out of Kentucky got a Representative outta conduct. He's gonna take it. But yeah. We've talked to him. He's he's the term of on the committee, and that's one of Adam's going to bring up. I think he's also he's also attorney thinking Walney speech chained, and I'm no pretty good way to get a change since eight or since Tampa Bay was put in executive order, then it can be changed by the aboard know what I mean. Yeah. Yeah. He'll go to the president. And right, and correct it. I'm sure. President Trump would do it. Totally. If you do it on then the books too. Yeah. Hey, good. So you can build, you know, but, but it's gonna take voices to get this done. You know, we one person's not going to do. No, it takes a group, you know, to call land. Let boys be heard ROY. You don't you're going to be stuck with it. So yeah. The down line. Probably was a law because a lot of people probably chanted as their primary insurance. And so when they became old enough to retire day probably put that in there..

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"rebasing" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on The Changelog

"So I feel comfortable there. But we had the other people on our team didn't have that kind of experience that we did consider chromium front under that time. But we decided that we really need to get their shipped. Like, we only had a limited amount of funding. So we need to get the product. So really it was at that point that we found electron, and we we knew about it already. But we decided to switch to electron, and it only took us a month and a half to port from the graphing systems to electron. And then get the the first what we call the debt deaf preview. So this is really just we just want to tell the world that we created something inherited working on it. So that kind of became the release general overtime. Because people's started adopting it, but by one of the embarrassing moments when we first release that just for people to see what we're creating wasn't meant to be released gentle. But. Eric Lawrence had found him. He found a commandments which has been passed to disabled the sandbox in the render processes. So. Yeah. So that was embarrassing moment. And the reason that it was doing that was because node was being loaded into the rendering process, but then disabled afterwards, so we did a lot of work. We basically completely forked electron said remove on number two on the rendering process completely enable the sandbox do a lot of others things we tried to upstream them to electron, but they didn't want to take them mainly because we're adding extensions and they didn't wanna have extensions electron. Yeah. I mean, I think it's interesting to to show definitely the the path taken towards a one point. Oh, and and really the compromises along the way in order to ship in order to have users, and then nor to maintain a certain level of security you forked and maintained just call it Muan. Which is your fork of electron was security fixes in these these patches that they didn't necessarily want upstream. And then the kind of end up, you know, back where you would have started or did start right away. If it had been maybe just building it by yourself. You would have done it this way from the start. But once you got on the electron slash move on train, and you know, worshipping product for a while. Yeah. What's the? The big move away. Then is is for what purpose? Yes. So we're originally just kind of waiting for upstream chromium patches to to come down from electron that we could just consume them in spend a resources during those replaces so every time chrome comes out with a new version. It's a massive rebates. What we found was that. They didn't really care that much about being on latest chromium and to us that was like a major security. No, something that you really can't do if you're tripping browser. In their defense lecture was never meant to be used for a web browser when we just started using it that way. So it made a lot more for us to be on the latest version for them. But yes, so so rebasing it really took us to engineers took about six weeks to do and every single time is in Ukraine version. So if you look at the amount of cost that goes into that it's probably about like fifty grand every krumrie base, which is insane amount that goes into it because every time we did a criminal rebates as while there'd be a lot of things broken that we'd have to fix the have QA fine. Yeah. So a six week schedule, aren't they? How often are they shipping new versions? Yep. Six six weeks schedule. So we really see in the way that they if they wanted to make a change to chrome, they would basically copy a sepals plus source file into different directory. And then they make changes to it..

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"rebasing" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"You see has not a one. Mazing? You shocked that didn't work. I mean, I'm just totally blindsided totally blindsided. One of my buddies who Gradus of leadership institute grad under Morton Blackwell texted me last night. He said this is Morton Blackwell's rule thirty one. I think he said. Do not get into political alliances with people who have yet to show. They are willing to sacrifice for the issue that you are aligning with them over do. I've a lot of respect for more blackballed, by the way. I'm just gonna go. I'm going that seventy show. This is reds rule. Number one. Don't be a dumb ass. You got a better rule in that? They'll be done. Red's rule and only one rule don't be the idea that this was never ever gonna turn out any differently than it did yesterday. Rebasing said Candace Owens is a scam artists fief who used my likeness against my image. Dude. By the time. We get to twenty twenty tiny west is going to be an anti-trump ads as anybody here argue with me, that's not gonna happen. No. This was always end this way. Always. And we fall for this Canard of celebrity relevance. Name me, a time celebrity relevance. The that this workforce, can you think of once that it worked we're celebrity? We suddenly had a sudden awakening turned out Scott bio. Baeau? The fact you don't even know how to pronounce his name. Right as Bob, blah, blah from arrested development. Yeah. Charl what the last time it worked. Charles was in charge. Yes was that twenty five years ago? But man, remember fed out. Bruce Jenner was a conservative. He doesn't even exist anymore. Bruce Jenner does not is not even a person not even thing anymore. This Canard of celebrity relevance. And we. Oh, yeah. We've got that you know, John and Kate couple. Let's Zondervan gave him nine figure. Three book deal. Are there are new celebrity crushes, man. He's out there burning lung darts tap in the tap in the the the the nanny. I mean, she's you know, I don't even know what she's doing. Now. She unclear I I don't know. Okay. This never works. We we have this thing on the right where we love to say on one hand we lead to say Kay. Celebrities. Thank except the last two Republicans or two of the last four Republicans to win the presidency. What were they before they won the presidency guys? What What were were they? they were Reagan Trump or they celebrity politicians celebrities? They were celebrities. It's on one hand with. Nobody cares. Share? Thanks. And yet if shared tweeted out, I I didn't know what a Cardi B was. I didn't know what I didn't know what a Cardi B was until she tweeted out about a year ago. What's the government doing with my money? And I would like to list for you, the conservative outlets that made her their new covergirl in a span of three minutes. But the the it would be far closer are far quicker to name for you the ones that did not I will begin now. Everybody did. So we crave this celebrity relevance while passively aggressively claiming nobody cares what celebrities think and every time we go down this road it blows up in our face every time every time there's a celebrity realization. Like somebody. We had no idea thought anything close to the way we do. And then the day, and then they just they have a sudden awakening Mamiit time guys. This is worked Namie one. Well, we never give him any meat on the bone. So that they want to stay, you know, it's it's like, hey, we got this major motion picture we'd like you to do. All right show me around the state. Well, we don't really have a studio, and we really can't pay you. We don't have a script or anything like that. But we think you're fantastic. And so not, and then you have that and juxtaposed with you know, he might have fun for a couple of days running in and given all the cameras around him and and going around and giving Trump a hog. But then pretty quick he gets called uncle Tom on a regular basis. And there's really not adequate support system. Anybody really serious outside of the sites that you just mentioned getting their clicks off of this. No one's going to stay in it for the long haul. It's just now I'm up all the reasons why the the GOP does not deserve to win..

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"rebasing" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"We cover every horse in every one of these major stakes races, Mike, diversify four to five on the morning line and deservedly. So we'll get to him in a minute, but I want to talk a little bit about Mendelson who burst onto the scene this year with his win in the UAE derby. A lot of folks thought gold rail, aided, speed bias, aided you one by one hundred. He came in North America. He bombed in the derby. It was at least nice to see him get back on track last time out in the Travers. Yeah, I guess that that is true. When you go back to that you a derby wary, obviously just had everything goes own way and. Was really impressive. Winning as time has gone on since that rates starting to look a little bit more and more dressed up off that race, but it was nice to see him come back in the Travers. We'll look at the replay of that race right now. Then he bounces back with a more respectable effort. Here. He showed his speed which feels like that's the real running style. He wants to employ. He wants to use his speed. He got to the lead and he's just no match for Catholic boy in the stretch here. A lot of ways. Yes, he took a step forward in here, but he also had the run of the racier Dan, he's no match for Catholic boys. Gonna plug on for second. I don't know. This race didn't really do a lot to turn me around on this. I just feel like he's way to toughen arrays like this. Now you mentioned that they like to use his early speed. The problem is he's probably not as fast as the horse to catch and the horse to beat. And that is last year's jockey club, Gold Cup winner, diversify who certainly has not lost a step this year. He's been awesome in his last two, just stretching fields out from start to finish. Yeah, there's no doubt about that. I mean, he was good win in this race last year where he just got to the lead and he held off a couple of pretty good horses at the end of the. Of that race, but he's just come back and he's been even better this year. His last two races in particular are really, really strong. They're legitimately good and fast performances, and both times if feels like they've taken it to a new level with him, I read or tease just lets him role from the start. Let's look at the Whitney right now. This is sort of career defining win for this horse right now. He just went right to the top. And here he went off fast pace from the start and just ran this field out of the race. And you see him still going here over that sloppy, track his win to back over a mile. Gordon suburban same thing, then blasted out of the gate random out of the race held onto the end. He's in career best form right now using career best form. He was unfazed by that long delayed due to the weather. You see that track is soupy big delay, no sweat for diversify. He's the one to catch. She's the one to beat. I'm hoping that Mendelssohn tries to run with them early because I'm going to take a little stab against with thunder. Snow and thunder. Snow might be as dressed up as Mendelssohn by virtue of his win on the Dubai World Cup the same night that Mendelssohn won the UA derby. He was able to get to the lead. He got to the rail and he kept on going. Let's watch the stretch run of the Dubai World Cup showed his speed to stretch out the field turning into the stretch, and he is just much the best over west coast in a pretty decent group thunder, snow while perhaps dressed up by this performance. He has some other races on dirt and Dubai that are pretty good winner of the UAE derby. He's on fortunately, best known for the antics and the Kentucky Derby last year rebasing just refused to run and that's thunder snow. He's a bit of a quirky horse, but I'm hoping Mendelssohn is the horse that shows at least a little bit of speed and tries to push justify, maybe under snow can sit. Third, he's got some good races on dirge will be an okay price, small stab with thunder, snow over diversify, Nicole, Rousseau's pedigree, pick on the jockey club. Gold Cup undercard it's race. Number five. It's a maiden race with some salty pedigrees and Cole's. Got all the info..

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"rebasing" Discussed on Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

"If one of you is rebasing frequently and one of you is in or one of you squashing commits and one of you isn't and you're just going to to get into a place where somebody accidentally forced pushes something in, you're going to have a bad day. So I recommend looking, maybe we should do tear episode on a couple of different, get workflows that are out there, but doing yet. Do some research on different workflows that different teams us because get as a tool that can be used in many different ways with the team, and everyone has their own opinions on it. And the most important way is just do it the exact same way as everybody else on your team. So do some research into some of those workflows? Yeah. Def. Next question is from grant chambers, what are some tips for going to your first meet up? So I went to a ton of meet ups when I first got started. I don't go to meet ups very often anymore just because of having kids. It's not really great for for going out and drink a beer all night, but I still do try to make out to at least a couple per year because I find them really, really good. So if you are someone that is brand new to a meet up, I think that it's really important to to push your comfort level. So that is talking to people asking lots of questions. There's often extremely smart people at. These ups that love to talk about the stuff that they know. So being able to just be a sponge in and listen to all the information listen to the talks talking to people, I, it's great for learning. Things is great for meeting people. I think everything that we said in the conference episode, how to get the most out of a conference is applies to to meet ups as Wani..

"rebasing" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Well we do know that they were involved in financial transactions in relation to paul manafort's brownstone townhouse in brooklyn and this townhouses at the center of the indictment the allegation by muller is that there was money illgotten gains from the ukraine launder through this house in brooklyn and that is one of the charges of money laundering that's in the indictment so there court papers there are loan documents on file and in new york that show the two in some kind of financial relationship there's not a lot of details of what that is but clearly this is leading very close to what bob muller is looking at a bed i'm reminded of judge ellis in the eastern district of virginia who who sort of gave the government a hard time hearing paul manafort rebasing he says look you guys are just trying to get paul manafort raw on the president you're trying to squeeze this guy and one thinks that it's indicting his former soninlaw who knows some things about business practices probably put some real pressure on on for so look the indictment the we don't know the contours of the plea agreement we don't know the nature of the cooperation they're seeking from him actually according to the reuters story he doesn't yet no right or at least the people who've talked to about it don't yet know so look could this be a cooperation of a form of cooperation designed to exert pressure on mana for yeah it could be that it could also be the fact that this is a guy who has independent or quasi independent legal problem you know this isn't the the.

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"rebasing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Asserted but i would suggest that he might be beholden to to russia there had been i'm again there are our press stories on those accounts but again i'm not validating invalidating anything until we're we're finished with the investigation but there's obviously been press speculation but the thing i would disagree with you on your premises you i don't think the russians were necessarily pro one party or another by any means but they see the chaos in the west is good for putin both in terms of reasserting russia's ascension and also pointing out to their own his own people look see how these democracies they're not really functioning that well and if you want america's democracy not function that well to bring in somebody with mr trump's he'll unusual style and if you see the kind of chaos and dysfunction that's happened since that time i would argue if their goal was to you further splinter america get pretty good investment on the ruble's you could almost a predicted some of this with general gary mazda i think back in two thousand eleven wrote the russian military doctrine he was head of their joint chiefs of staff rebasing said russia couldn't compete with the west in terms of tanks and guns and ships and planes but in the realm of cyber and misinformation disinformation they used the terms that spread like radiation russia could be the west pier or even greater and if you think about it from a holistic standpoint we just passed a budget seven hundred billion dollar defense budget russia's defense budget about sixty eight billion i worry at times we're buying the world's best twentieth century military when in many ways conflict in the twenty first century maybe in the realm of cyber and misinformation in those two areas russia is our peer other words you're saying too many aircraft carriers not enough cyber intelligence expertise as virginia guide never say too many aircraft carriers saying i am saying maybe too.

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"rebasing" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Lofton's overheated gift from the goats as well and i find him through hell in duncan researching her he defended her at her trial and i'd never heard of him before friend that really would because he's one of these people will to wind chill in america who was the biggest journeys to everyone trusted everyone loved and in three the looking glass world he was fired spiritualist and seychelle list taking either of those qualities would get ut foreign fleets east he looks like him william hartnell i talk to that's kind of what he looks like and his amazing character he wrote you know he knew all these really powerful hire people he was trusted by the people as a man of the people and he still trying to be in constant contact with his former employees on the other side of yeah he had to have in both world most the reason i've heard of him is because tom dr grow bogue field him and of course dry bag another character that could to this i couldn't really make up any kid them easily and yes i found base for for they will also marvelous harry price because he was hannon's nemesis and he's also somebody that you just kick it and make harry price up he founded the nationals society vists psychical research and he had a laboratory in south kensington very close to where the russian tea rooms all the fascist met where which was one of the boys i could connect the story was harry price actually i thought he he persecuted heightened but he'll say had this library of magical books that would have been of interest the germans and he did have german connections he was supposed to be taking his lavish of bom before the wall and he there's rebasing if you get charts to look on the hurry price official website amazing pitches that you think would come out of a hammer film of him for forming gate based sorcery in the.

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"rebasing" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"The other change yuko pace ads so you're no longer talking about all rebased means weeks or months of manual q a anymore it's a rebates just run through the same see is everything else well and you also have these sophisticated deployment techniques i'm sure place like facebook used further they don't necessarily switch everything maybe one percent of the traffic hits the new one and then twenty and then one hundred per you know they can like gradually throw that out to the world before they hits its millions of people and see what happens it's that thing of because rate testing has gotten so much better rebasing to new pipe inversions is easier which means that they can more quickly get to the point of we got the enhancement into the core that means we can get rid of our work around for that capability not being there and the pale for that is like within the couple of years that you can plan around and say okay we'll do the hockey way now we'll get the proper fix into the core than we can throw away the half in several months time that gets a lot more attractive and so whereas imo traditionally riots you may be supporting old by invasions of five eight ten years ahead hey just which kinda kills year incentive to say oh i need this in the standby renew guy well no i really had you in library that i can upgrade you've got to be able to pippen saw that 'cause you're not change in the base runtime yeah very interesting so getting back to the enhancement requests filing the enhancement request is kind of the first it's like hey they can be so you need to do that directly or you can post the python ideas mailing lists and say hey should i file an enhancement request of this house it likely to be received and so enhance our request is easiest to get a good review for module's that actually have an active maintain a so in the heightened develop a guide we have a page called the experts index and essentially the expert index as go develop as we can add ourselves to that in particular areas.

"rebasing" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

Full Stack Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

"Of the mistakes that a lot of people sometimes get themselves into is that they come up with this new idea and it's a great idea and then they think they have to rewrite the entire history of the world to this new idea and preferably by tomorrow to do the idea justice we didn't think about that at all because they don't think that's actually a helpful way of getting technology to move forward uh what i like to do and what we do at base camp is rebasing he look at at at tomorrow we would sort of the promise of tomorrow and the tools of uh of tomorrow and then for the most part we live with the fact that we wrote software yesterday and last week a last month last year and if we're constantly trying to rewrite everything to keep up with what's our latest best great idea we would do be doing nothing else right so we've actually not taken to rewriting all the jobs would we already have and base came three two stimulus we cherry picked a handful of controllers to validate the idea we rewrote those there is no particular rymer read that reason to to them we reward those and then we basic just say from this point forward all all new jobs for fresh now need we will right and stimulus so we have this sort of coexistence of certain parts of the application being ridden with not only a different style but even a different dialect of javascript we were using coffee script for many years and still have a lot of coffee scripted the coq and we have no intentions of just rewriting all that coffee script just for the sake of rewriting it and then we have this all this new code as new functionalities we add new features to base camp ordure substantial changes to existing features we create stimulus controllers written with us five or six plus sir all the latest greatest best ideas and we let these things coexist and that actually works surprisingly well we're not only just letting these sort of pera knives coexist we are also leading different bundling frameworks coexist in rails we had and still have something called the asked the pipeline which discombobulation oppose jobs or grip and and.

"rebasing" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"This week's most rebasing has had a turn a creamy full fat greek yogurt into a quick dip start with a spoon four two of two haney with the yogurt a little bit of crushed red pepper flakes and coarse salt and then swirled so bland then on top we'd like to throw in some dice tomato maybe some rosser peppers or even a handful of pomegranate seeds which at great color we serve this with all manner of crew taye or their great with toasted pizza chips dr eric karros professor of pediatrics at indiana university school of medicine also a regular contributor to the are times upshot com today i'm chatting with dr carol about the risks of eating raw cookie dough dr carol how are you i'm good how are you good uh you know for years have been on television doing cookie shows and i tend to eat things like cookie batter and we could all sorts of letters from people saying that's that's a terrible thing to do it's a great health risk etcetera etcetera and i always right back and say well i'm willing to take the risk mi actually taking a risk well a risk yes yawn quantifiably it's unbelievably small and and i think that that's what this has to come down to as as with anything in life you got away the benefits and the risk and the risk is so small here that if you're achieving benefit than it's probably okay so what is the risk and how do you identify the the size of the risk so for a long time people were panicked about the eggs.

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"rebasing" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"You know it's convenient from both a development perspective and also obviously when you're dynamic lincoln to system libraries it's necessary to not have everthing kabbah than to giants that binary and so they talk about inspired post what they had to do to make that happen it will be better if they can say all we don't have to all this hacked that we did to put everything into one giant style clever we don't have to do that anymore and eboni was levin because god closure de not delay lddp will do all this cashing for us and instead on start up on the second time we start to say walls ask closure thehey d d do all look up stuff russ good just give us the answers animal continue from there ably the rights interesting blog post wewilllincoln in the show notes and they they break down into like how much time spent doing dynamic library loading rebasing and binding for for all the address and everything i have and other category and you can see how they they cut down so people are trying to other areas a maybe underestimated exactly how much time is spent in the damage linger for large complicated applications versus how much time is spent like in your application launching loading all sorts of resources other things like that all right walter rights in any ideas how apple will handle the transition to new file formats on older max that don't support hardware encoding decoding of hd 65 what will happen with users who have a mixture of o of old and new devices like brand new iphone and a fouryearold mac hell second work well we already have some indication of this because if you happen to have installed the data on your phone and take any pictures with your phone and you don't have the beta on your macofhighsierra then you can see what happens in the photos app where they actually is handled somewhat gracefully it downloadthetheheath version as the photo.

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"rebasing" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"rebasing" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Daddy what what does a giraffe do all day well son giraffes actually play along a poker people don't know this because you look at those who send you think g how do they even hold the cards but jurassic lake see it's endless okay you make it up no problem my dad made things up to me and i turned out just fine i explained brennan is going to be in herat brand our new let's talk about the new i max because i think basically this explains how a md managed to remain so secretive about vega because a n d leaks everything but it seems like if you're going to collaborate with apple and apple wants to be the one to announce the first desktop vega graphics card then people probably ran round the office going new lick for real this time the real this time don't go cake don't league vega apple wants to do it and if we don't sell them to apple we're not going to have a lotta customer israel i'm salty above the whole thing okay all right so hit me it will so am aimed these kind of rebasing its whole foundation right of of communityoriented gamer oriented in we've been waiting for vega for quite a while right but i fuel oba stabbed to the backed by a md that they're launching it in an apple product i i mean that's kind of where i met with that so in the news came out i basically just kinda like face plumbed and then turned it off because at that point i just felt like i just felt like a md sold out on that one iso it's no news that aimed graphics had been in mac but pros mashhur wild put.

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