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Merge And Dig Hack

Wakes up sleeping units, cancels breaks and stops parties either everywhere,or in the burrows given as arguments. In return, adds bad thoughts aboutnoise, tiredness and lack of protection. Also, the units with interruptedbreaks will go on break again a lot sooner. The script is intended foremergencies, e.g. when a siege appears, and all your military is partying.

Merge and Dig Hack

Welcome to Dig All! In this game, you hire workers to dig for you. Improve your efficiency by clicking constantly! Earn money, buy more excavators, you can also merge excavators to get more powerful excavators! Enjoy this addictive ASMR game and become a mining master!

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Want to convert part of your lawn into a garden or flower bed? Instead of digging out all the grass by hand, try this method instead: Dig a channel around the grass and cover it with a layer of cardboard. Put several inches of mulch on top of the cardboard, then water it thoroughly. The grass (unable to get sunlight) will naturally die out and merge with the cardboard, preparing the area for any plants you have in mind.

The Merge refers to the switch from using a Proof-of-Work to using a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. Ethereum merged its main chain (and other testnets) to the Beacon PoS blockchain and from that point on, the Beacon Chain would handle all transactions and block production using the less energy-intensive PoS consensus.

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The Contacts app for iPhone was always a bare-bones version of what it should have been, but on iOS 16 and later, Apple finally utilizes the full capacity of its own Contacts Framework. Before iOS 16, the last prominent feature the Contacts app saw was way back on iOS 10 when emergency contacts could finally break through Do Not Disturb mode.

The Contacts app on macOS has been able to find and merge duplicate contacts since at least 2005, and iOS 16 finally brings it to iPhone. If there are duplicate entries, the All Contacts view will display a Duplicates Found message at the top. Tap "View Duplicates," and you can select a contact to view its duplicate info. You can merge or ignore the data for all contacts or manage it individually.

In PRs, engineers waited a long time for test results. At its worst, our time-to-test-results for a commit was 95 minutes, which meant developers had to wait a long time for the tests each commit pushed to pass or fail. Before this project, the median PR in Webapp had over 40 end-to-end test suites execute (p95 over 60 test suites). Earlier in 2020, our teams focused on executing end-to-end tests reliably (less than 1% flake rate per execution for many end-to-end test suites). However, when we zoom out to look at metrics and surveys, engineers still frequently encounter flaky tests, slow feedback loops, and complicated debugging. In evaluating the developer experience, we came to a few conclusions. Even with individual test suites having a low flake rate on pre-merge test suites (ideally 1% or less), the sheer number of end-to-end tests (more than 60 end-to-end test suites for most PRs) would have led to an unsatisfactory experience (99% not flaky for 60 suites would equal 55% of PRs would have at least one flaky test suite).

Unlike before, where pre-merge tests gated merging, a user is alerted on failed test executions and their workflow is blocked when tests are flaky. The new pipelines also allow our groups to explicitly define escalation paths and owners for various tests. Users are now able to develop and test code with higher frequency feedback loops, and they are also able to fix-forward more quickly due to more accurate attribution to critical failures.

However, we needed additional changes for the triage process, since previously many tests for high-criticality features were gated pre-merge. We sought to close the loop and minimize bad code from making its way through CD to customers.

In order to get both test and product engineers on the same page about complex failures in CI, we created a self-driven course and documentation that explains the new alerts and integration with Slack. After this course, engineers are asked to shadow others, and they are given additional context on how to identify and prioritize each type of failure in our pipeline. The priority of identified issues escalates in response time from regression to pre-merge to post-merge to CD tests. We created a Slack channel (#alerts-ci-issue) to additionally provide awareness of decentralized issues in CI systems, and when there is a post-merge failure, engineers on triage are automatically alerted of this with a bit of Slack bot magic.

Previously, our escalation process at this point was entirely manual for deploys. This meant we had a longer time-to-resolution (defined as post-merge failure state recovery), which increased the likelihood of bugs going out to our customers. When CI detected consecutive post-merge failures, we brought four liaisons to a single channel for escalation:

In the past, responses might be spread across many channels, and no one would be certain of which channel held the main thread: suite-owner channels, platform-owner channels, internal-tooling-teams channels, the deploys channel. Now, we invite engineers to a single channel and then let the engineers add other folks who might need to be involved. To do this, we changed our existing Slack bot to create channels based specifically on a certain post-merge failure. Our bot would dig through our alerts channel, and would then alert engineers on the triage schedule of this failure. Triage engineers then had the option to hit an escalation button which would create a brand new channel and add two of the corresponding liaisons into this channel, with the developer name exposed by the bot in case engineers needed to escalate further.

Adding this workflow for escalation in post-merge failures also allowed us to easily record time to resolution and time to triaging for failures in post-merge, and let us pinpoint suites that were failing often and get stakeholder attention on these. This workflow is important to escalate because a failure represents a customer problem which might require test engineers and product engineers to diagnose the failure from different perspectives.

We wanted to create a set of actionable escalation paths for humans that would minimize noise while also screening for false-positives. Since consecutive failures can be legitimate, we first ask test owners to verify the validity of the failure. For example, if there is an ongoing incident that affects CI infrastructure which then causes post-merge tests to fail, the platform engineer would quickly read failure logs and verify that the failure is not attributed to a bug in new code being shipped out to customers. During incidents, Slack stops all new code deployments until CI infrastructure is healthy again.

I tried multiple and various solutions to get this problem fixed (passing arrays, objects, strings etc.) until I turned to Google but it was really hard to find a good article that would help to fix this issue or explain how to pass Address field to MailChimp using merge_fields until I found a published email conversation that gave some explanation into how MailChimp is accepting Address field.

Coming to you from Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect, this video will show you how to use the Blend If feature in Photoshop to create more dramatic skies and bring out more detail in your landscape shots. The Blend If panel is often overlooked, but it's a tremendously powerful tool, as it allows you to merge different layers based on the luminosity of the total or individual channels. One can then taper the effect over a sub-range of values. In other words, for a high dynamic range area like a sky, where areas of sunlight occupy the same space as shadowy clouds, one can blend in colors and various effects and target the respective tonal ranges to create or amplify a desired look. It's a great technique to learn and one that'll serve you in a multitude of situations, not just working on skies.

A bug I ran across trying to get Mel out. Successfully hacked the terminal and activated the protectron, and...nothing. The pod didn't open, the protectron didn't move, hilarity did not ensue. Reloaded and tried it several times, no luck.

Most hackers' senses start tingling at this point. This 404 page indicates that no content is being served under the top-level directory and that we should attempt to add this subdomain to our personal GitHub repository. Please note that this does not indicate that a takeover is possible on all applications. Some application types require you to check both HTTP and HTTPS responses for takeovers and others may not be vulnerable at all.

Second-order subdomain takeovers, what I like to refer to as "broken link hijacking", are vulnerable subdomains which do not necessarily belong to the target but are used to serve content on the target's website. This means that a resource is being imported on the target page, for example, via a blob of JavaScript and the hacker can claim the subdomain from which the resource is being imported. Hijacking a host that is used somewhere on the page can ultimately lead to stored cross-site scripting, since the adversary can load arbitrary client-side code on the target page. The reason why I wanted to list this issue in this guide, is to highlight the fact that, as a hacker, I do not want to only restrict myself to subdomains on the target host. You can easily expand your scope by inspecting source code and mapping out all the hosts that the target relies on. 041b061a72


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