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PodQueue is designed to make it easy to bookmark audio from the web (podcasts, lectures, interviews, radio segments) and listen to it later in your favorite podcast client 🎧
Please try it out and boost!
whoa damn, merged already 🎉
Some important context for the recent claims for establishing a cosmic airburst at Tall el-Hammam ca. 1650BCE (and trying to link it to the biblical story of Sodom): https://twitter.com/MarkBoslough/status/1440490620854800385
but seems like my only choices for developing an iOS 15 web extension are to buy a new Mac or unofficial-patch-install Big Sur onto an old Mac, because the last Xcode that will install on my Macs only supports building Safari 15 web extensions not iOS 15 web extensions
oh, apparently iOS 15 is out now
Any large web app that uses the old web developer trick of passing some data/state between actions with hidden form inputs without validating that data server-side probably has a whole lot of completely random strings saved from Firefox users!
…and since Rails uses hidden inputs by default for CSRF protection and non-standard HTTP methods, you’ll by default see random “Invalid Authenticity Token” errors and form inputs getting routed to the wrong action
Kind of wild to me that this bug is so long-lived and little-known, since any large website will get a non-zero amount of completely random junk strings from Firefox users for hidden form inputs
Just published a Ruby gem for Rails apps that adds an autocomplete="off" attribute to all Rails-generated hidden form inputs, since Firefox has a 12-year-old bug that will populate hidden form inputs with random values otherwise: https://github.com/podqueue/rails-hidden_autocomplete
New blog post: Generating Static Error Pages with Rails https://ryanfb.github.io/etc/2021/09/19/generating_static_error_pages_with_rails.html
my new go-to example for an extremely appropriate use of the Homeric dual