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2021.12.01 10:26 Hatsuki4536 Is normal konan good???

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2021.12.01 10:26 BernardFG1 Ive never seen this sinking animation before

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2021.12.01 10:26 ale890 The thing about Helen and Olga

You guys...Keith Morrison as always amazing...but this true crime podcast was more like a comedy for me on my way to work. I am not going to spoil anything but the two old ladies are so so funny interacting with the police and so dumb as criminals. I recommend it just for the ridiculousness of the whole situation. Very sad ending for the victims though I have to add.
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2021.12.01 10:26 HiCookieJack Help: looking for a working Flywoo Explorer CLI Dump

Hey reddit,
I bought a Flywoo Explorer LR (Analog, V1) on black Friday. Now I want to connect a FrSky R-XSR or XM+ to that quad.
I know both receivers work since I've tested them with another drone, however I have no luck with this one (I've tried all the firmwares ACCEST/ACCST v1/v2, F.PORT FBUS, S.PORT SBUS) and all the available Uart1 connections (TX, RX, RxInverted).
The FC is: GOKU F411 (V1 I guess, but I can't find any documentation).

This is a backup of my config: https://pastebin.com/QNTSAhGi
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No interesting or in depth analysis necessary. This team needs one thing and it's a fire sale. Load em up into a shotgun and let them land where they may because it doesnt really matter what players we get back. Load up on draft picks and end our suffering of watching this crappy team.
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2021.12.01 10:26 MythicGhostAlpha What if?

What if every TABS player would use the Farmers Snow map for whole Decembre?
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2021.12.01 10:26 No-Comment-6737 software for shredding files without recovering them first


is there any way for me to shred files without recovering them first?
i did a factory reset and i dont want to recover everything just tp shred them again
i also need to do the same on a usb disk
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2021.12.01 10:26 luke827 Is Susie the worst-dressed woman in television history?

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2021.12.01 10:26 Mollymoi HELP!! I’m panicking and thinking this isn’t good - lighter tests on FRER and Target Early results. 16 DPO, CD 32. Darker lines on E@H. Betas and more in comments.

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2021.12.01 10:26 applestograpes1 How short is too short? Men’s?

Currently looking to add a new freestyle board to the collection. I have been snowboarding for about three or four years I picked up a Jones mothership 152 used for a steal and have been using it since. I’m currently leaning towards a Capita, the issue is I’m 5’7, 165 female living in Japan where all the boards are stocked for the local girls who are often 5 foot 2.
All of the women boards I’m finding are only 142-146 or bit more if I’m lucky. So my choices are: get a short women’s board, or go like 148/150 on a stiffer men’s board.
I’m looking to start up some more park, therefore I’m looking at the birds of a feather or the men’s DOA. (and let’s be honest the “cute” graphics suck on so many of the women’s boards, hence looking at men’s in the first place.)
So? How short is too short? Will riding a stiffer men’s board really make a difference? Thx 🙏
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2021.12.01 10:26 dungeontan Wow Albedo putting in the work in this version of the Abyss with his new weapon and leyline buff. I've yet to farm a decent 4pc or 2pc HoOD set because that domain hates me.

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2021.12.01 10:26 Bonus1Fact Live: Senate GOP holds press conference on "the SALT Deduction: A Windfall for the Rich." ¦ Fox Business

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2021.12.01 10:26 Fun-Education-4532 Looks like Progenity got yet another patent approved yesterday!!!!

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2021.12.01 10:26 jusper50 DIY Glitter Foam Ornaments For Christmas Decorations | Christmas Tree Craft Ideas 2021

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2021.12.01 10:26 Weekly-Onion957 G. S. Löhlein, Balletto in F major

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2021.12.01 10:26 DeverusX Report: Internal Facebook Survey Shows Employees Losing Confidence in Leaders, Less Than Half Plan to Stay

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2021.12.01 10:26 consural BF 2042 Steam Reviews in a nutshell

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2021.12.01 10:26 stumbrasdenver Anybody uses this Free Open Source Poker Solver?

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2021.12.01 10:26 grafikrobot C++23: Near The Finish Line - A Precedent Update

In a previous incarnation of this post there was some disagreement as to the ancestry of papers and if that ancestry should be included in the statistics. Such ancestry is a complicated characteristic of papers of any scientific subject. Do you consider papers that mention ideas that are later used? Are ancestors only those that are explicitly spelled out as a precedent? And everything in between. In that disagreement I volunteered to do the work to figure out the precedence of the papers mentioned and update the post. Instead of trying to revise history after the fact I'm posting this update with commentary as to the impact the additional data has. Reading that previous post is a requirement to understand this one as I'm not going to repeat it now.
To start of I need to mention the rules I used to determine what papers to consider as precedent for each. As in the comments from that previous post I went with the rule to only consider direct references. Which rules out things like a paper using data structures or algorithms from other papers without referencing them. In the data that follows these additional predecessors are indicated with a "+Pnnnn" on the paper number column. These are the additions, with an explanation / justification for including it:

I'm not going to describe the columns of the tables again, so please refer back to the original post for that exposition. But I will explain what it means to include a predecessor in the data:
All the other fields are the same as before. With that, here is the complete set of papers:
Paper or Issue Revisions Pages Age Hours C++23
P2300+P0443R11 std::execution 7 138 25 14.00 [0] Objective
P2214 A Plan for C++23 Ranges [The paper was split into various other papers marked as “(P2214)”] 2 225 40 1.50 [0] Objective
P2446 (P2214) views::move 1 5 26 0.12 [0] Objective
P2443 (P2214) views::chunk_by 1 7 2 0.12 [0] Objective
P2442 (P2214) Windowing range adaptors: views::chunk and views::slide 1 24 2 0.12 [0] Objective
P2441 (P2214) views::join_with 1 13 2 0.12 [0] Objective
P2440 (P2214)+P1243 ranges::iota, ranges::shift_left, and ranges::shift_right 5 14 40 0.12 [0] Objective
P2387 (P2214) Pipe support for user-defined range adaptors 3 18 5 0.12 [0] Objective
P2374 (P2214) views::cartesian_product 2 10 7 0.12 [0] Objective
LWG3534 (P2214) ranges::set_intersection and ranges::set_difference algorithm requirements are too strict 0 3 8 0.12 [0] Objective
P2302 (P2214) Prefer std::ranges::contains over std::basic_string_view::contains 1 7 9 0.12 [0] Objective
P2286 (P2214) Formatting Ranges 3 20 10 0.12 [0] Objective
P2278 (P2214) cbegin should always return a constant iterator 2 29 10 0.12 [0] Objective
P2165 (P2214) Comparing pair and tuples 3 26 18 0.12 [0] Objective
P2164 (P2214) views::enumerate 6 13 18 0.12 [0] Objective
P2168 std::generator: Synchronous Coroutine Generator for Ranges 4 22 18 1.50 [0] Objective
P1056 std::lazy 2 5 42 1.50 [0] Objective
P2093 Formatted Output 10 33 22 0.50 [0] Objective
P0009 std::mdspan 14 32 74 1.50 [0] Objective
P1467+WG14-N1703 Extended Floating Point Types 7 66 103 0.75 [0] Objective
P2198 Freestanding Feature-Test Macros and Implementation-Defined Extensions 3 9 16 0.75 [0] Objective
P2407+P1641+P1642 Freestanding Library: Partial Classes 9 19 29 0.50 [0] Objective
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P2363 Extending Associative Containers With The Remaining Heterogeneous Overloads 2 13 7 email [1] Possible
P2249 Mixed Comparisons For Smart Pointers 3 7 10 email [1] Possible
P2283 constexpr For Specialized Memory Algorithms 2 12 10 email [1] Possible
P2248 Enabling List-Initialization For Algorithms 3 18 12 email [1] Possible
P0211 std::allocate_unique 4 10 70 email [1] Possible
P0316 (P0211) std::allocate_unique 1 11 57 email [1] Possible
P2404 Relaxing std::equality_comparable_with's And std::three_way_comparable_with's Common Reference Requirements 1 14 4 email [1] Possible
P2447 std::span And The Missing Constructor 1 9 1 email [1] Possible
P2472 std::make_function_ref: A More Functional std::function_ref 1 5 2 email [1] Possible
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P1673 (P1385) A free function linear algebra interface based on the BLAS 6 195 29 - [9] NO
P1385 (P1673) A proposal to add linear algebra support to the C++ standard library 7 47 34 - [9] NO
P0447 std::hive 18 49 61 - [9] NO
P1068 Vector API For Random Number Generation 6 12 42 - [9] NO
P0205 Allow Seeding Random Number Engines With std::random_device 2 8 69 - [9] NO
P2370 Stacktrace From Exception 2 5 6 - [9] NO
P2047 An Allocator-Aware Optional Type 2 33 22 - [9] NO
P2405 std::nullopt_t And std::nullptr_t Should Both Have operator<=> And operator== 1 6 4 - [9] NO
P2438 std::string::substr() && 1 6 2 - [9] NO
LWG3579 Complexity Guarantees For resize And append Across The Library 0 2 3 - [9] NO
P2139 Reviewing Deprecated Facilities Of C++20 For C++23 3 76 20 - [9] NO
P1288 Coroutine Concepts And Metafunctions 1 19 37 - [9] NO
LWG3545 std::pointer_traits Should Be SFINAE-Friendly 0 1 7 - [9] NO
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P2338+P0829 Freestanding Library: Character primitives and the C library 7 56 49 0.50 [2] Unknown
Lets now look at how the various key stats change the order of the papers. Following the same order as before, we start with the revisions a paper has undergone:
Paper or Issue Revisions Pages Age Hours C++23
P0447 18 49 61 - [9] NO
P0009 14 32 74 1.50 [0] Objective
P2093 10 33 22 0.50 [0] Objective
P2407+P1641+P1642 9 19 29 0.50 [0] Objective
P1467+WG14-N1703 7 66 103 0.75 [0] Objective
P2338+P0829 7 56 49 0.50 [2] Unknown
P1385 (P1673) 7 47 34 - [9] NO
P2300+P0443R11 7 138 25 14.00 [0] Objective
P1068 6 12 42 - [9] NO
P1673 (P1385) 6 195 29 - [9] NO
Top top-line outcome of six proposals that are objectives stays the same (We now know that the "Unknown" is also an objective, but I kept it as "Unknown" to be consistent with the previous data.) Now the set of papers is different than before. P2164 (Objective), P0211 (Possible), and P2168 (Objective) are no longer in the top ten. And are replaced with P2407 (Objective), P2338 (Unknown/Objective), and P2300 (Objective). Hence still a "not bad" result.
Moving on to taking the top ten proposals age:
Paper or Issue Revisions Pages Age Hours C++23
P1467+WG14-N1703 7 66 103 0.75 [0] Objective
P0009 14 32 74 1.50 [0] Objective
P0211 4 10 70 email [1] Possible
P0205 2 8 69 - [9] NO
P0447 18 49 61 - [9] NO
P0316 (P0211) 1 11 57 email [1] Possible
P2338+P0829 7 56 49 0.50 [2] Unknown
P1056 2 5 42 1.50 [0] Objective
P1068 6 12 42 - [9] NO
P2440 (P2214)+P1243 5 14 40 0.12 [0] Objective
This time the top ten shows a couple of changes that make it change from six NO proposals to now only three. It's good that the preceding revisions table and the age table match in percentage. Even though they don't match in the set of actual proposals.
In the initial data we nest considered the number pages, combined with number of revisions to try and get an idea of risk vs reward. In an ideal world we would prefer low risk (low number of pages with high number of revisions) over high risk (high number of pages with low number of revisions):
Paper or Issue Revisions Pages Age Hours C++23
P2214 2 225 40 15.75 [0] Objective
P1673 (P1385) 6 195 29 - [9] NO
P2300+P0443R11 7 138 25 14.00 [0] Objective
P2139 3 76 20 - [9] NO
P1467+WG14-N1703 7 66 103 0.75 [0] Objective
P2338+P0829 7 56 49 0.50 [2] Unknown
P0447 18 49 61 - [9] NO
P1385 (P1673) 7 47 34 - [9] NO
P2093 10 33 22 0.50 [0] Objective
P2047 2 33 22 - [9] NO
The only change on that table from the first edition is that P2338 moves up into the middle of the top ten pages, which pushes P0009 out. Which looks like an improvement since this top ten are likely the highest risk papers because of their size.
At last we come to the proposals with corresponding library implementations:
Paper or Issue Pages Age C++23 LOC Age Stars Forks
P0447 std::hive 49 61 [9] NO 4286 66 306 23
P1385 (P1673) linear algebra 47 34 [9] NO 9336 33 45 7
P0009 std::mdspan 32 74 [0] Objective 4883 29 131 22
P2300+P0443R11 std::execution 138 25 [0] Objective 26453 24 659 91
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Paper or Issue Pages Age C++23 LOC Age Stars Forks
P2300+P0443R11 std::execution 138 25 [0] Objective 26453 24 659 91
P1385 (P1673) linear algebra 47 34 [9] NO 9336 33 45 7
P0009 std::mdspan 32 74 [0] Objective 4883 29 131 22
P0447 std::hive 49 61 [9] NO 4286 66 306 23
As far as ordering goes those two tables are exactly the same as before. Which is obvious since implementation is not a statistic we changed. But the one change is that P2300 now has a few more revisions and more pages to go with it. One key aspect of P2300 now is that the paper age almost corresponds to the implementation age. Which makes it appear like the implementation was written (or made initially public) and then a month later the paper was also published.
Hopefully that now presents a more accurate picture of the decision making in WG21. But overall the bottom line result of the data remains the same.
Some contextual disclaimers.. The person that asked me to adjust the data to include ancestry in the totals was Bryce Adelstein Lelbach. He is the current chair of INCITS/PL22, the US standards committee for programming languages, and the chair of the Standard C++ Library Evolution group. He is also one of the authors of P2489 (Library Evolution Plan for Completing C++23), P2300 (std::execution), P0009 (MDSPAN), and others.
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