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by Ovid (Cardinal)
on Aug 02, 2002 at 16:31 UTC ( #187143=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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        $pg->owns( qw/ $Who gold / );
    
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        my $a = shift @important;
        while( my $z = shift @important ) {
    ...
            $a = $z;
        }
        return 1;
    
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        sub _check_path {
            my ( $self, $predicate, $lvl1, $lvl2, $arg1, $arg2 ) = @_;
    ...
                exists $self->{_arg_levels}{$predicate}[$lvl1]{$arg1}[$lvl
    +2]{$arg2};
            return; # nope, didn't find it
        }
    
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      $pg->add_fact( owns => qw/ Ovid socks / );
      $pg->add_fact( gives => qw/ grep grief Ovid / );
    

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[Corion]: Yay. FF now has u2f built-in (behind an about:config setting), so using an USB token to sign in actually works :)
[Corion]: So, it's not all bad with the new FF :)
[holli]: 2factor is a bit too much for me. i just use passwords like jhbn8789q27312laks dmaw98^
[moritz]: isn't there also some about:config setting to enable the old plugin API?
[Discipulus]: indeed, only the logo is nicer
[Corion]: moritz: Hmm, I doubt so, as I think they moved away from XUL and other UI stuff, which was used by most plugins I used
[Corion]: holli: I'm trying it out with Github and so far I don't dislike it. It's basically like an extra key I press to log in, which is an OK flow for Github
[Corion]: I haven't tried out recovery in case of a broken USB key though (even though I have three such U2F tokens lying around here)
[oiskuu]: randomly banging on the keyboard yields pretty poor entropy. much better to just base64 some /dev/random

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