Rage-quit: Coder unpublished 17 lines of JavaScript and “broke the Internet” – Ars Technica


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Rage-quit: Coder unpublished 17 lines of JavaScript and “broke the Internet”
Ars Technica
It all started with a request from the developers of a messaging application to an open source developer to change the name of a library. It ended with JavaScript developers around the world crying out in frustration as hundreds of projects suddenly
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