This week has been about brute-force access to ZIP files, distributed SQLite solutions, Git garbage collection and neovim UI for messages.
An article on the mechanics of Git's garbage collection and the idea of cruft packs to improve it.
An open source, open contribution fork of SQLite aiming to evolve it to suit use cases beyond what SQLite was originally designed for.
SQLite: QEMU all over again? gives a bit more context on the whys for this initiative.
An embeddable, distributed SQLite for Rust, powered by Little Raft.
A fast, embedded, persistent SQL database with Raft consensus that is perfect for fault-tolerant IoT and Edge devices.
A highly experimental plugin that completely replaces the UI for messages, cmdline and the popupmenu.
An article walking through the architecture of a command line interface to access the contents of a password protected ZIP archive.