Some thoughts on gender and science/technology magazines Some thoughts on gender and science/technology magazines

Posted by jstrecker on 2018.11.04 @ 20:46

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One day in 2010, I flipped through the latest issue of National Geographic and counted how many women and how many men were mentioned by name. It was actually an article about women in a particular country that sparked my curiosity. The unusually many women in that article (it turned out to be 8 women and 4 men) stood out in contrast with the rest of the magazine. The other feature articles (none of which were purportedly about men) mentioned in total 54 men and 12 women. [more...]

“The never-ending notary nuisance,” or, “infinite loop at Infinite Loop” “The never-ending notary nuisance,” or, “infinite loop at Infinite Loop”

Posted by smokris on 2018.10.24 @ 20:11

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A couple weeks ago, Apple posted a note that says:

In an upcoming release of macOS, Gatekeeper will require Developer ID–signed software to be notarized by Apple.

Being a developer of Developer ID-signed software, I set out to vault Apple’s latest hurdle.

Xcode includes a command-line utility called altool that manages the notarization process. That seems appropriate since my app isn’t built using Xcode’s build system. [more...]

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