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-TechBytesBot/ Linux Gets Official PS5 DualSense Controller Driver 28 05:55
-TechBytesBot/#techbytes--> | Games: Sony, Godot, Deals and FreeType | Tux MachinesDec 28 05:55
schestowitz"What, already?? I haven't even seen it in shops yet!"Dec 28 05:55
schestowitzRe: pleroma.siteDec 28 06:02
schestowitz> I saw that Fediverse server disappeared. I runDec 28 06:02
schestowitz> . We won't ban you or disappear. We do nightlyDec 28 06:02
-TechBytesBot/ | PleromaDec 28 06:02
schestowitz> offsite backups, funding is under no threat, and we have every intentionDec 28 06:02
schestowitz> of staying operating as long as possible.Dec 28 06:02
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schestowitz> Our branding is terrible and we're blocked by many servers, but manyDec 28 06:02
schestowitz> people have joined because we are reliable.Dec 28 06:02
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schestowitz> Just wanted to offer this suggestion.Dec 28 06:02
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schestowitz> Sincerely,Dec 28 06:02
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schestowitz> Moon ( 28 06:02
schestowitzHi,Dec 28 06:02
schestowitzThanks for reaching out.Dec 28 06:02
schestowitzNames matter and reputatation does too.Dec 28 06:02
schestowitzSo if one started with a domain that says "shit" in it, it'll most likely attract the more 'problematic' voice, which in turn harms reputation, not just the name.Dec 28 06:02 and are offline due to a hardware problem, but their maintainer told me last night that he's still working to bring them online by year's end. He needs to import hundreds of millions of objects.Dec 28 06:02
schestowitzHopefully I'll be back in my old account as soon as 2021 starts.Dec 28 06:02
schestowitzRegards and HNY,Dec 28 06:02
schestowitzThe size of wordpress backups in Techrights is getting a lot smaller, about 200MB lighter (compressed form). This isn't due to data loss or a bug. Yesterday I was really stressed for a while, waiting for the old redirection to be removed. Turns out it logs who is being redirected and over the past few years it logged 3.6 million redirections, causing unnecessary bloat in the DB. When I removed this it took ages, but at least it made theDec 28 06:05
schestowitzDB a lot lighter and it'll save disk space, shorten backup windows etc. All gain, no loss. :)Dec 28 06:05
schestowitzthe tuxmachines bot and the bot in "social" channel will hopefully be working again by year's end. The tuxmachines IRC logs, which are mostly but not limited to the bot stuff, were uploaded for 366 days yesterday, then linked to (first time I check my scripts and workflow for this since Dec 23rd 2019 28 06:28
-TechBytesBot/ | Tux Machines IRC Logs | Tux MachinesDec 28 06:28
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-TechBytesBot/ | Cyber Yuki 🏳️‍⚧️ 🇲🇽: " > What's new in …" - LGBT.ioDec 28 06:34
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schestowitz> What's new in this release (see below for details): - Bug fixes only, we are in code freeze.Dec 28 06:34
schestowitzBut it's Wine, every fix is a new featureDec 28 06:34
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schestowitz"@tuxmachines aaaand the next cyberdeck..."Dec 28 06:34
-TechBytesBot/ | scops: " aaaand the next …" - MastodonDec 28 06:34
schestowitz" Full ack... for me it will be linux but i have nearly the same reasons to switch."Dec 28 06:35
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-TechBytesBot/ | scops: " Full ack... for …" - MastodonDec 28 06:35
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-TechBytesBot/ | POUJOL-ROST Mathias ✅: "(boost) 🔗 https…" - mstdn.jpDec 28 06:35
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-TechBytesBot/ | Tux Machines: "Mageia 8 is on its way • 𝕋𝕦𝕩 𝕄𝕒𝕔𝕙𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕤 ☞ http://ww…" - Mastodon for Tech FolksDec 28 06:35
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schestowitzMageia 8 is on its way • 𝕋𝕦𝕩 𝕄𝕒𝕔𝕙𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕤 ☞ 28 06:35
-TechBytesBot/ | Mageia 8 is on its way | Tux MachinesDec 28 06:35
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schestowitz"Can't say i'm shocked. It's hard enough to get them to use Linux on their computers, asking for them to also use FOSS software may be pushing it."Dec 28 06:35
-TechBytesBot/ | PublicNuisance ( - FosstodonDec 28 06:35
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-TechBytesBot/ | Two new constitutional complaints in Germany against UPCA - Kluwer Patent BlogDec 28 06:36
schestowitz"Dec 28 06:36
schestowitzDear Attentive Observer,Dec 28 06:36
schestowitzthe conflict between the FCC and the ECJ about the last word in interpreting EU Law in respect of the protection of national constitutional rights dates lasts for more than half a century (BVerfGE 37, 271 – Solange I) and it will hardly be solved in the context of the ratification of the UPCA. The FCC appears to mention it as a memento in pt. 106 of decision on the first complaint against the ratification. It is worthwhile to noteDec 28 06:37
schestowitzthat this aspect is mentioned among the grounds of complaint held inadmissible. Neither your comment nor the reference therein does explain how the lack of substantiation stated by the FCC can be improved because any argumentation has to b based on a violation of the democratic principle laid down in Art. 38(1) of the German Constitution which the FCC in its prima facie assessment at pt. 106 does not see.Dec 28 06:37
schestowitzMy comments have nothing to do with pro UPC or anti UPC, they are solely intended to contribute to a realistic assessment of the present situation. Quite a different question is whether it is wise to start the unitary patent system before a number of legal uncertainties have been clarified. In this respect, the most obvious choice would be to wait until the FCC has rendered its decisions on the pending cases concerning the EPO Boards ofDec 28 06:37
schestowitzAppeal which may clarify the constitutional standards to be applied to international judges.Dec 28 06:37
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-TechBytesBot/ | IP Federation expresses concerns about Unified Patent Court - Kluwer Patent BlogDec 28 06:39
schestowitz"Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzEuropean Industry advocateDec 28 06:39
schestowitzDECEMBER 27, 2020 AT 11:10 AMDec 28 06:39
schestowitzIsn’t that a sad comment. It’s not a surprise that industry or law firms oppose Brexit: they have openly done so from the outset. Those who support it are mostly not employed in any industry affected by patents, or by trade. Schadenfreude is fun, but not if you are enjoying the discomfort of the wrong people.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzAs for whether the UPC might one day encompass all EPC member states: it is possible, desirable and not beyond the wit of man, even is certain (changeable) aspects of the UPLA may make need to be changed. There is nothing inherently unconstitutional about international dispute resolution: we arbitrate every day.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzThe real objection to a wider UPC seems to be narrow self interest of some private practice lawyers who think they personally benefit from a smaller UPC. It’s a mistake to think that the danger of broadening is that the UK firms will take the business: almost all of the UK firms who do patents are also German, French and Dutch: they will be there whatever happens. Keeping Bristows and Powell Gilbert out can’t really be thatDec 28 06:39
schestowitzsignificant. But the advantage of broadening is huge: it puts EPs above US patents as valuable assets.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzLets keep pushing for greater harmonisation.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzREPLYDec 28 06:39
schestowitzMaxDreiDec 28 06:39
schestowitzDECEMBER 27, 2020 AT 1:09 PMDec 28 06:39
schestowitzAgreed.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzJust in case there is any doubt, my criticism of the UPC is not to be taken as resistance to greater harmony in Europe. Quite the reverse.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzIn fact, now that the UK is out of the EU, the way is clear for the EU to harmonise not only its law on patent validity/patentability, but also its law on patent infringement. For validity, nothing the CJEU could do could improve on the established jurisprudence of the EPO. Leave it alone. Compared with the complexity of validity, trying infringement is a cakewalk. It should be quite easy, now, on the Mainland, with the help of Ireland,Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzto harmonize that.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzCoincidentally, there is a piece today in a US patent law blog (link below) where you can read how it was China, quite recently, that invented the Problem-Solution Approach to inventive step. Unless Europe (gets its act together” it will be eaten for breakfast by the Rest of the World.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzWake up Europe. EU Member States, marching in step is the way towards greater prosperity. Allow yourself to be divided and you will be picked off, one-by-one.Dec 28 06:39
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-TechBytesBot/ | The Inventive Step in Chinese Patent Law Compared With the U.S. Non-Obviousness StandardDec 28 06:39
schestowitzREPLYDec 28 06:39
schestowitzMaxDreiDec 28 06:39
schestowitzDECEMBER 27, 2020 AT 12:00 PMDec 28 06:39
schestowitzAttentive, I’m worried about the balance of forces, between those who wish to see stability in Europe, and those who wish actively to de-stabilise it. Those in the latter camp must be rubbing their hands with glee, at the way in which Europe is so busy de-stabilizing its own patent law, all by itself.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzFor the USA and China, for example, a stable Europe is a nuisance. For all those States lying along the eastern borders of Europe, States with no experience of representative democracy or the Rule of Law, a stable Europe insisting upon those basics of human rights is a constant irritation. For the UK, now fully “open for business” from the world’s worst regimes, their tax-evading citizens and their progeny in need of a “world-Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzbeating” education, the rival attraction of a stable Europe is a nuisance. If Europe’s patent law falls into disarray, this is all grist for their mill, to show how, quite simply, mainland Europe is a Trumpian LOSER.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzThinking back to what has been achieved since 1973, the triumph of the EPC, it makes me sad to see the present decline. The lobbyists are expert at presenting the interests of their sociopathic corporate clients as being in the interests of society’s “general welfare” (to use the splendid expression found in the Constitution of the USA). Sadly, today, none of the three branches of The State (legislative, adjudicate, administrativeDec 28 06:39
schestowitz is any longer wise enough, or well-informed enough, to see through the blandishments and wiles (and bribes) of the lobbying industry. There is no longer any urge to resist. Instead, there seems to be a race, who can be of most service to the sociopathic moneybags clients of the lobbyists.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzREPLYDec 28 06:39
schestowitzAttentive ObserverDec 28 06:39
schestowitzDECEMBER 27, 2020 AT 7:27 PMDec 28 06:39
schestowitzI am the last to be against harmonisation in IP matters over the whole of the EU and of Europe in general. But a revived EPLA is not on the table. One might regret it, like Brexit, but the CJEU made clear that it is not compatible with Union law. Although I fully understand “European Industry advocate”, I do not see a possibility to revive the EPLA.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzDear Max Drei, with the UPC in its present cladding, the way is by no ways “clear for the EU to harmonise its law on patent validity/patentability”. And this is for two reasons: the UPC does not apply to the whole of the EU and there is another instance which is able to decide upon validity of patents having effects within the EU, i.e. the EPO, albeit only during oppositions, but at the fraction of the cost of an action before theDec 28 06:39
schestowitzpresent UPC. Whether UK has left the EU is irrelevant in this matter.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzThe problem is that by separating the grant of the title with the exploitation of it, the fathers of the EPC made it nearly impossible to unite the granting system under the EPC, which is a convention open to non-EU member states, with the specificity of Union law and its necessary adherence to CJEU rulings valid exclusively within EU member states. The juxtaposition of two instances deciding on validity/patentability is the originalDec 28 06:39
schestowitzsin of the UPC.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzA real unification could be reached as far infringement is concerned by for instance installing a general bifurcation. A court like the UPC could decide on infringement and issue judgements valid over the whole of the EU, whereby the EPO would decide on validity for all EPC member states, i.e. covering not only EU member states but many more European states.Dec 28 06:39
schestowitzThis would not only need a revision of Art 99 EPC, but also to guarantee the independence of the Boards of Appeal. This is not the case presently under R 12c and 12d. As the judges sitting at the UPC are as well to be re-appointed, their independence is also at stake.Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzFor non-EU members, infringement would still remain a national issue as EPLA is dead.Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzSuch a solution would however not be of liking of all the lawyers firms, and not only in the UK, as they would only be dealing with infringement as is presently the case, and not any longer on validity. It is therefore necessary to highlight “the narrow self-interest of some private practice lawyers who think they personally benefit from a smaller UPC”.Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzThose people claim that the UPC is compatible with EU law, but it has never been tested beforehand. I wonder why the UPC has not be sent to the CJEU for opinion as it was the case for the EPLA.Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzIt has occurred in the past that the Implementing Rules of the EPC were amended after issuance of legislation only valid within the EU, cf. Directive 98/44/EC and the following “Brüstle” decision of the CJEU, cf. R 28(1). Art 28(1) clarified the issues under Art 53(a).Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzR 28(2) was adopted by the Administrative Council of the EPO following a Notice issued by the EU Commission that the EU legislator’s intention when adopting Directive 98/44/EC, was to exclude from patentability products (plants/animals and plant/animal parts) that are obtained by means of essentially biological processes. Art 28(2) clarified the issues under Art 53(b) which was however in contradiction with decisions G 2/12 and G 2/13Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzof the EBA. G 3/19 is the result of the unwillingness of the member states of the EPC to amend Art 53(b) accordingly.Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzIn both cases there was a consensus going further than just the EU member states and including all EPC member states.Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzIt is however not guaranteed that such a consensus will be reached in all questions and following any decision of the CJEU or the UPC. Such decisions are not directly applicable with full effect at the EPO, especially now after the Brexit is becoming effective and UK being still a member state of the EPC.Dec 28 06:40
schestowitzHere again the fundamental discrepancy between the grant and the exploitation of the EP is a hurdle which cannot be overcome with Art 142-149 EPC.Dec 28 06:40
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-TechBytesBot/ reshared: One last act of #classWarfare and #cruelty by the man who pardons dangerous, violent criminals 28 07:28
-TechBytesBot/#techbytes--> | Trump Allows Jobless Benefits to Expire for Millions - Rolling StoneDec 28 07:28
schestowitz"This kind of criminal indifference – this refusing to do his job even though because he knows it will result in millions of deaths – is murder on such a massive scale that he should be charged with genocide. How is Trump any better than Pol Pot?"Dec 28 07:28
schestowitzVictors tell historyDec 28 07:28
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-TechBytesBot/ reshared: ● NEWS ● #CommonDreams ☞ Relatives, Activists, and Attorneys Demand Justice for Andre' Hill, Unarmed Black Man Killed by Columbus Police 28 07:29
schestowitz"Charge with murder. No other course of action acceptable. And no secret grand jury! Public!"Dec 28 07:29
-TechBytesBot/#techbytes--> | Relatives, Activists, and Attorneys Demand Justice for Andre' Hill, Unarmed Black Man Killed by Columbus Police | Common Dreams NewsDec 28 07:29
Techrights-sec2 28 08:56
Techrights-sec2:(Dec 28 08:56
Techrights-sec2Using purchase of the LF as a fascadeDec 28 08:56
Techrights-sec2so M$ spam made it to their news feedDec 28 08:56
-TechBytesBot/ | What is Microsoft Doing With Linux? Everything You Need to Know About Its Plans for Open Source - SoylentNewsDec 28 08:56
schestowitzThis is spam. No need to even mention it. At all.Dec 28 08:57
schestowitz#SoylentNews has just been tricked into posting #microsoft anti-Linux spam. If SoylentNews isn't careful, it'll end up like Slashdot. People inside Slashdot (DiBona) told me about what happened.Dec 28 08:58
Techrights-sec2Agreed, techrepublic screwed up but SN editors did worse by promoting itDec 28 09:00
Techrights-sec2I could guess what happened at Slashdot but could it be covered in a review?Dec 28 09:00
Techrights-sec2or retrospective.  However, it might not be good to bring attention toDec 28 09:00
Techrights-sec2Slashdot or for that matter Reddit.  Reddit started out bullshit and gotDec 28 09:00
Techrights-sec2worse over time.Dec 28 09:00
schestowitztechrepublic and zdnet are the same thing (same company). Let's change subject. Waste of time. I'll just mention it without linking.Dec 28 09:00
Techrights-sec2I could see Slashdot getting killed and then I suspect they eventuallyDec 28 09:01
Techrights-sec2ended up with some microsofters on the staffDec 28 09:01
Techrights-sec2Ok, thanks, I need to remember better what owns what.Dec 28 09:01
schestowitzI can do a video about it without linking? To debunk, point by point, and shame/name SN for promoting it?Dec 28 09:01
Techrights-sec2Nah.  Not worth the time, even as a video.  By the way the videos are veryDec 28 09:10
Techrights-sec2slow way to transfer information so they ought to be reserved forDec 28 09:10
Techrights-sec2only a few topics.  Even then as a supplement or review of the textual information.Dec 28 09:10
schestowitzPocock told me the other day he wants to do "TuxVideo"Dec 28 09:10
schestowitzBTW, I am not sure why we got techrights downtime alerts, inc. for times I was monitoring the site and saw no incident. I am assuming false positives, but.... who knows....Dec 28 09:12
Techrights-sec2I think that is good.  But I notice that because of the slowness ofDec 28 09:13
Techrights-sec2speech versus text that focus is probably a big advantage.Dec 28 09:13
Techrights-sec2So I might suggfest considering sketching a simple outline before each session.Dec 28 09:13
Techrights-sec2Pocock has a lot of important experience to relate to the public.Dec 28 09:13
Techrights-sec2I saw one early this morning but when I checked the site in a browser, itDec 28 09:13
Techrights-sec2was available, just slow to respond.Dec 28 09:13
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schestowitzI decided to mention it (allusion) without linking later. apropos: 28 09:56
schestowitzany further personal comment on the matter can be added. I wait for the video to finish uploading, am going downstairs now to do exercise, back later...Dec 28 09:57
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Techrights-sec2Ok, good not to link to it.Dec 28 10:31
Techrights-sec2However, there are a lot of people who do not realize that so much of whatDec 28 10:31
Techrights-sec2is left of the trade press is actually owned by mass marketing media companiesDec 28 10:31
Techrights-sec2like Red Ventures.  Thus they aren't really reliable trade press any more.Dec 28 10:31
schestowitz#ibm – like #microsoft – thinks like govt. #monopolies and does not wish to really innovate, just amass an endless pile of worthless #swpats with help with the legal department (same people, e.g. Phelps), then sue and extort those who actually innovate and make products people ACTUALLY wantDec 28 11:02
schestowitzPublic – Like · CommentDec 28 11:02
schestowitzDr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊)Dec 28 11:02
schestowitzDr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊) - about an hour agoDec 28 11:02
schestowitzEven after buying #redhat #ibm continues to act a lot like a #patentTroll shaking down every company imaginable. Settlement announced when nobody will notice (PR). @zoobab 28 11:02
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Techrights-sec2Even SSH is slowDec 28 11:28
schestowitzUncommented a block of three lines with "RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} ^.*(/category/news)........"   in .htaccessDec 28 11:29
Techrights-sec2Load average has dropped from over 50 to 1.0 nowDec 28 11:31
schestowitzin apachetop it'll show as some old pages with news picks, I assume targeted for bandwidth. They give up as soon as blocked (for that pattern). I wondered if that's what happened last night... for 7-8pm it was reported as down but I was here and saw no issue.Dec 28 11:32
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-TechBytesBot/ | 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: December 27th, 2020 - 9to5LinuxDec 28 16:51
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-TechBytesBot/ | Unwired Planet v Huawei And Conversant v Huawei & ZTE – Supreme Court Judgment 2020 - Intellectual Property - UKDec 28 16:55
schestowitzwe've just lost power due to the dryer not being properly connected, the IP address has changed and I still try to bring back all the servicesDec 28 17:01
Techrights-secI was on the xxxxx in the other room.  Couln't hear if there was a notification.Dec 28 17:01
Techrights-secOk.  New IPv4 addrDec 28 17:01
Techrights-secFWIW the ip addr has not changed.Dec 28 17:08
Techrights-secPower hits are not good.  UPS for key hardware components.Dec 28 17:08
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