BPF in the browser or Wasm in the kernel, which will happen first?

I wish it was BPF in the browser but I know it's never gonna happen

@ayo Neither. Those tools complement each other and have different scopes—BPF is a way to go around copyleft in kernel Linux. WASM is a way to not comply with copyleft in general and provide everything as a service.

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