Four short links: 22 March 2017
- W3C Enabling Suing Researchers (BoingBoing) — your periodic reminder that the W3C is captured by the enemies of open.
- 2038 Just 21 Years Away (LWN) — an update on work to ease the 2038 problem. 2038 is my retirement insurance policy. [T]he point in early 2038 when 32-bit time_t values can no longer represent times correctly is now less than 21 years away. That may seem like a long time, but the relatively long life cycle of many embedded systems means that some systems deployed today will still be in service when that deadline hits.
- Visual Guide to What’s New in Swagger 3.0 — Swagger is a sweet way to define and document an API. I do like the side-by-side diffs showing old and new ways to do things, as a good way to communicate changes.