The WebAssembly Pre-Initializer
Edge functions are typically run intermittently, with their runtime stopped to free up resources between runs. Therefore a big factor is startup and shutdown speed. Containers are pretty bad there. Deno is better, and WASM is unbeatable, especially with things like Wizer.
🚀 The leading WebAssembly Runtime supporting WASI and Emscripten
I fully agree with your take.
At Wasmer  we have been working actively working towards this future. Lately more companies have been also doing awesome work on these fronts: Lunatic, Suborbital, Cosmonic (WasmCloud) and Fermyon (Spin). However, each of us with a different take/vision on how to approach the future of Computation at the Edge.
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For reporting issues with Deno Deploy
Deno Deploy (https://deno.com/deploy) uses the same optimizations as CFW to achieve effectively 0ms cold starts.
Netlify Edge Functions are still in beta and don't have all of the same optimizations yet, but we're going to be working with Netlify over the next few months to enable these optimizations to Netlify Edge Functions too.
Repository for design and specification of the Component Model
What is the common spec for Knative? It seems like one runs an app as normal in a container and then the special scaling sauce is handled by Knative.
When I think of a portable spec for serverless, I think of something more like a Trait of an Interface that needs to be implemented, less a app hosting model. If you think about it like that, then Web Assembly component model  would be a great fit for defining an interface that could be implemented in a variety of languages.
sserver is a simple headless server for hosting blog/static content and selling courses from your private github repository
I built something that will take care of the publish part but not the static site generation part here https://github.com/newbeelearn/sserver. Right now it only has one user i.e. me :-)
What's the benefit of WASI support in Ruby 3.2?
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to run wasm and native hybrid code ... TEST SUITE ... binfmt_misc
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Wasmer takes WebAssembly libraries mainstream with WAI
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