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Hello Future

On February 2, 2020, GitHub will capture a snapshot of every active public repository, to be preserved in the GitHub Arctic Code Vault. This data will be stored on 3,500-foot film reels, provided and encoded by Piql, a Norwegian company that specializes in very-long-term data storage. The film technology relies on silver halides on polyester. This medium has a lifespan of 500 years as measured by the ISO; simulated aging tests indicate Piql’s film will last twice as long.

What ?

This is just a dumb repository to store what future generation may remember or want to forget :D

If you had one last piece of code to share, what would it be ? If you had one last word, what would it be ?

Fill free to star ✨ and fork 🍴 this repository before February 2, 2020 and create your own public version for posterity.

See you in 500 years

Code for posterity

In 2020, computer still don't know how to use floating numbers :D

0.1 + 0.2 === 0.3 // false

One last word

"You can't have runtime errors if your code doesn't compile"

More (if internet is still a thing)


Things to store in the GitHub Arctic Code Vault






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