yeah, absolutely. In-person meetups is a much richer experience. I'm planning to host the next event somewhere in spring, hopefully they will allow offline events again.
Usually we are looking for one talk about some web platform technology, and one talk oriented on web developers. Since you guys are so much into the wasm compilers, would be cool to hear some insights from your experience. Please feel free to reach out to me or just fill the form on our website 🙏🏻
On a side note, it seems like there might be some interesting opportunities with my current employer Surfly. We're sort of also doing virtualization, but on the higher level (HTTP/JS sandbox): 1 and 2. We don't virtualize WASM modules yet, but it could be interesting to explore together ;)
Hello! I am really digging this, as I really have an emphasis in my work environment to develop and run things on the browser and I find so many limitations. For example audio and video processing, image processing, compile apps from source, none of this can be properly done on the browser.
So, well, as a web developer (JS and serverless Node), could I then compile a program from source in the browser using the debian vm product?
I mean, can I input something to it from my normal JS browser environment, run things, like image processing, and then grab that output back into my normal JS browser flow?
It would be great because even in serverless Node environments I cannot do all that would benefit from doing due to base OS restriction, memory restriction, timeout restriction etc.
Got it, I looked again in the code now looking for what you said, hmm, in the future if I get space for it, I will see if I can tinker with it and run other commands as well, for example to compile an app from source. It definitely requires some learning time (:
Glad to know it can run virtually anything! Sounds super promising!
pingdoesn't work, you could look at https://github.com/copy/v86 for ideas on how to implement ICMP packet sending.