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schestowitz[TR2]of course years later he deleted all his dents one by oneJul 24 00:00
schestowitz[TR2]not wanting to be "cancelled" himselfJul 24 00:00
schestowitz[TR2]I can no longer rermember what rubbed people the wrong wayJul 24 00:00
schestowitz[TR2]but it was over a decade agoJul 24 00:00
mateystallman: god doesnt existJul 24 00:01
mateykuhn: i do too!Jul 24 00:01
schestowitz[TR2]fan, too!Jul 24 00:01
schestowitz[TR2]*fan tooJul 24 00:01
schestowitz[TR2]>funtooJul 24 00:01
mateywantoo funtoo, doncha wantooJul 24 00:02
mateywhy are you on a funtoo kick this weekJul 24 00:02
mateydid you notice shuttleworth resigned from debian 2 days ago?Jul 24 00:02
mateyand i learned what "emeritus" meansJul 24 00:03
mateythough it probably should have been more obviousJul 24 00:03
techrights-newsNala - A Feature-rich Commandline Frontend For APT • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 00:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Nala - A Feature-rich Commandline Frontend For APT | Tux MachinesJul 24 00:03
mateyemeritus = everyone worth anything at the fsf, if they retain that evenJul 24 00:03
mateythe fsf is mostly people who can still vote but arent there anymoreJul 24 00:04
mateyi think even mjg can still vote thereJul 24 00:04
mateyfunnier still if kuhn canJul 24 00:04
mateythat would be fucking hilariousJul 24 00:04
matey"mr kuhn every year you say lets get merge the fsf UNDER sfc and every year, we tell you know"Jul 24 00:05
matey"but i voted!"Jul 24 00:05
matey"yes but so did we"Jul 24 00:05
matey"but mine should count more"Jul 24 00:05
techrights-newsTidal-hifi: Stream Music from Tidal on Linux System - TREND OCEANS ⚓ ䷉ Source: trendoceans | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 00:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Tidal-hifi: Stream Music from Tidal on Linux System - TREND OCEANSJul 24 00:05
matey"and you wonder why we voted against"Jul 24 00:06
mateyfor every person who gets a vote at sfcJul 24 00:06
mateykuhn gets to vote twiceJul 24 00:07
techrights-newsQ4OS 4.9 OFFICIAL announcement likely tomorrow in the site, but technically it's out alreadyJul 24 00:07
mateyhe runs the free software industry (yes its an oxymoron) like trump ran the usaJul 24 00:07
mateywith a similar level of entitlementJul 24 00:08
mateyand a similiar level of empathy and sense of equityJul 24 00:08
techrights-news"In my last post I told how Tobias helped me get cacheSpaceHierarchy() function working as expected. The fix was easy. That doesn't mean I'll take half a minute to code and commit." 24 00:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Be Careful With Signal Slots - GSoC'22 post #9Jul 24 00:08
mateysimiliar <- freudian slipJul 24 00:08
techrights-news"Following a similar sprint two month ago, we had another small KDE Eco meeting in Berlin a week ago. Joseph will probably write a more comprehensive summary like last time, here are just some of the things I looked at and/or worked on." 24 00:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | KDE Eco Sprint July 2022Jul 24 00:08
techrights-newsLimine Installer version 1.0 • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 00:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Limine Installer version 1.0 | Tux MachinesJul 24 00:09
mateywhen phipps gets older, he will look even more like palpatineJul 24 00:11
mateythen the relationship between he and his younger apprentice will that much more obviousJul 24 00:11
matey"but im not open source!"Jul 24 00:11
matey"my dear boy, when do you think you will command the dark side of the force, if you do not lie?"Jul 24 00:12
techrights-newsApache Beam users detail stream data processing applications ⚓ ䷉ Source: techtarget | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 00:12
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Apache Beam users detail stream data processing applicationsJul 24 00:12
techrights-news7 Myths About Linux That You Should Stop Believing • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 00:14
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 7 Myths About Linux That You Should Stop Believing | Tux MachinesJul 24 00:14
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techrights-newsWindow 10 EOL In 2025: Year Of The Linux Desktop? - Invidious ⚓ | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 00:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Window 10 EOL In 2025: Year Of The Linux Desktop? - InvidiousJul 24 00:16
techrights-newsMerge branch 'for-5.20/amd-sfh' into for-next 24 00:17
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | kernel/git/hid/hid.git - HID Group's fork of hid.gitJul 24 00:17
techrights-newsJust to upset Doktor Sixel 24 00:17
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-HarfBuzz 5.0 Released With Progress On Supporting The "Boring Expansion" Font Spec - PhoronixJul 24 00:17
techrights-newsPorting a Tiling Window Manager Extenstion to C++ (Bismuth): Part-1 :: Kushashwa Ravi Shrimali (Kush) — Learning never stops! ⚓ ䷉ Source: krshrimaliJul 24 00:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Porting a Tiling Window Manager Extenstion to C++ (Bismuth): Part-1 :: Kushashwa Ravi Shrimali (Kush) — Learning never stops!Jul 24 00:18
techrights-newsXinerama becomes hard requirement of KWin - Vlad Zahorodnii’s Blog ⚓ ䷉ Source: vladzahorodnii | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 00:19
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Xinerama becomes hard requirement of KWin – Vlad Zahorodnii's BlogJul 24 00:19
techrights-newsSecurity Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 00:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Security Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 00:21
DaemonFCSeaTab-X-2 was re-licensed from a non-commercial use license to the MPL 2.Jul 24 00:21
techrights-newsKDE Development: Xinerama, Bismuth, KDE Eco Sprint, and GSoC • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 00:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | KDE Development: Xinerama, Bismuth, KDE Eco Sprint, and GSoC | Tux MachinesJul 24 00:23
techrights-news"T2 SDE is not just a regular Linux distribution," reads the announcement. "It is a flexible Open Source System Development Environment or Distribution Build Kit (others might even name it Meta Distribution). T2 allows the creation of custom distributions with state of the art technology" 24 00:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | T2 SDE Linux 22.6 Released - and an AI Bot Contributed More Revisions Than Humans - SlashdotJul 24 00:25
techrights-newsWant to help make Rolling better? 24 00:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Want to help make Rolling better? - Support - OMA forumJul 24 00:26
techrights-news"While at GUADEC I finished a small script which uses the GitLab API to estimate the resource use of a project on GitLab. It looks at the CI pipeline job durations and artifact storage for the project and its forks over a given period, and totals things." 24 00:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Looking at project resource use and CI pipelines in GitLab | Philip WithnallJul 24 00:26
techrights-newsIntegrated Inconsistencies. | Saif [] ⚓ ䷉ Source: perl | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 00:27
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Integrated Inconsistencies. | Saif []Jul 24 00:27
techrights-newsPlanet Grep now running PtLink ⚓ ䷉ Source: grep | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 00:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Planet Grep now running PtLinkJul 24 00:28
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techrights-news"In my previous blog post, I mentioned using the GtkListView for the templates submenu. But, after a few discussions with my mentor @antoniof, we decided to use the GtkListBox to create the custom widget for the new documents creation feature" 24 00:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | GSOC 2022: Second UpdateJul 24 00:29
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techrights-newsToolbx — bypassing the immutability of OCI containers | Debarshi’s den ⚓ ䷉ Source: debarshiray | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 00:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Toolbx — bypassing the immutability of OCI containers | Debarshi's denJul 24 00:30
techrights-newsSUSE pushing containers as a vehicle for proprietary software and vendor lock-in 24 00:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-SUSE Rancher Manager EKS Hybrid Landscape | SUSE CommunitiesJul 24 00:31
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britneyI won't watch movies or tv shows unless the script is creative commonsJul 24 00:38
schestowitz[TR2]makes sensJul 24 00:38
schestowitz[TR2]but just CC?Jul 24 00:38
schestowitz[TR2]not public domain?Jul 24 00:38
schestowitz[TR2]IA has plenty of very old filmsJul 24 00:38
mateyi tried to promote only cc licensed stuffJul 24 00:38
schestowitz[TR2]public domainJul 24 00:38
britneypublic domain works tooJul 24 00:38
mateyand only the subset of cc thats freeJul 24 00:39
mateyby-sa, by, cc0Jul 24 00:39
mateymost things are ncJul 24 00:39
mateyor ndJul 24 00:39
mateyand nc-nd is basically "all rights reserved but we wont sue for downloading"Jul 24 00:40
mateystallman of course, says that its different for softwareJul 24 00:40
britneystallman can't be trusted because he drinks pepsiJul 24 00:40
mateyi get what hes saying-- usa copyright didnt even consider software copyrightable until 1980Jul 24 00:40
britneystallman should be drinking opencolaJul 24 00:40
mateyhis reasons for drinking pepsi is coca cola murders workersJul 24 00:41
mateyhe probably wont drink opencola because of the name :)Jul 24 00:41
britney 24 00:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | OpenCola (drink) - WikipediaJul 24 00:41
matey/me wont drink ubuntu cola because shuttleworth is an idiotJul 24 00:41
mateyeven though theres no actual connection!Jul 24 00:41
XRevan86 I saw this and I wondered: what did he say this time?Jul 24 00:42
mateyso what did he sayJul 24 00:42
XRevan86Apparently, this: 24 00:42
britneymatey, but you run openbsdJul 24 00:42
XRevan86Seems like he learnt nothing about Russia in the passing months.Jul 24 00:42
matey/me figures its either putin or kuhnJul 24 00:42
techrights-newsVideos: Vista 10, Kaisen Linux 2.1, and Packaging • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 00:42
mateybritney: yeah because openbsd is more free than freebsdJul 24 00:42
mateyand i mean 4 freedoms and moreJul 24 00:43
mateyfree driversJul 24 00:43
matey(not free firmware, thats why hyperbola exists)Jul 24 00:43
britneymatey, i finally got xfce working in openbsd via gnome boxes (qemu)Jul 24 00:43
mateycoolJul 24 00:43
mateyhowJul 24 00:43
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britneyi used xenodm and added startxfce4 to my .xsessionJul 24 00:44
mateyoh okJul 24 00:44
mateywhy gnome boxes over qemu?Jul 24 00:44
mateyi mean why not just qemuJul 24 00:44
techrights-newsSteam Deck: The Ratio of Verified Titles is Falling. What’s Happening? • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 00:44
britneygnome boxes is easyJul 24 00:44
mateysure, but theyll just kill it in a few yearsJul 24 00:45
mateytheyre worse than googleJul 24 00:45
matey(google plus, google wave, google-- everything else they got rid of)Jul 24 00:45
matey(google done be evil...)Jul 24 00:45
britneyill worry about it in a few yearsJul 24 00:45
mateyfair enoughJul 24 00:45
britneyif they kill it, ill use libvirtdJul 24 00:46
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XRevan86matey: GNOME Boxes seems like it's here to stay.Jul 24 00:46
XRevan86I don't think they'll drop it.Jul 24 00:47
techrights-newsBenchmarks: Ubuntu 22.04 on x86, Intel Linux Driver Patch • Tux Machines ⚓ ䷉ Source: tuxmachinesJul 24 00:49
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Benchmarks: Ubuntu 22.04 on x86, Intel Linux Driver Patch | Tux MachinesJul 24 00:49
matey <XRevan86> I don't think they'll drop it. <- if the soviet union fell, gnome too will fallJul 24 00:50
XRevan86matey: Everything eventually will.Jul 24 00:50
matey/me cant even the tell the difference anymoreJul 24 00:50
MinceRshaka, when the walls fellJul 24 00:50
britneyi don't think gnome is going anywhereJul 24 00:50
mateylibvirt: red hat/oftc (ew)Jul 24 00:50
XRevan86The year is 2258. IRC and GNOME are still going.Jul 24 00:51
mateythats a terrible thing to do to babylon 5Jul 24 00:51
XRevan86Humanity perished, computing went sentient.Jul 24 00:51
XRevan86Heated debates are ongoing about whether the term "HIG" really cuts it when no human is around.Jul 24 00:52
mateyif gnome is still around in 2258, im coming back to put an end to itJul 24 00:52
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mateyi dont know how, but ill think of somethingJul 24 00:52
mateyif possible ill bring stallman tooJul 24 00:54
britney   <--Duke Nukem 2 for linuxJul 24 00:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-GitHub - lethal-guitar/RigelEngine: A modern re-implementation of the classic DOS game Duke Nukem IIJul 24 00:54
britneysorry matey, u can't play Duke Nukem 2Jul 24 00:55
britneyits on githubJul 24 00:55
mateyitlabJul 24 00:55
mateylibvirtd is on gitlabJul 24 00:55
mateyat least libvirt isJul 24 00:56
britneyoh coolJul 24 00:56
mateylibvirrd will probably become systemd-libvirtdJul 24 00:56
britneyLOLJul 24 00:56
mateyi cant think of any reason why they wouldntJul 24 00:56
mateymaybe an "init system" needs to spawn other operating systemsJul 24 00:56
mateydocker needs systemd. systemd doesnt need docker.Jul 24 00:57
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mateyyo dawg, we herd you like emusJul 24 00:59
MinceR24 015502 < britney> sorry matey, u can't play Duke Nukem 2Jul 24 01:02
MinceRyou can run it in dosboxJul 24 01:02
britneyyou could but that would be the proprietary versionJul 24 01:04
britneyRigelEngine is free softwareJul 24 01:04
britneysupports widescreen tooJul 24 01:05
britneyis avoiding proprietary software worth downloading from github? thats the questionJul 24 01:06
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Games: Duke Nukem II on OpenPOWER, The Humble Deck Builder Bundle, and More | Tux MachinesJul 24 01:08
britneyI found out about Duke 2 by visiting Roy's tuxmachines articleJul 24 01:08
britneyDaemonFC, there is a pidgin plugin called 'purple-facebook' that lets you use pidgin with facebook messengerJul 24 01:14
DaemonFCYepJul 24 01:15
britneyim reading your article about SeaMonkey and you say you had problems with facebookJul 24 01:15
britneyi started using purple-discord and now im not wasting over 300mb ram on a chat programJul 24 01:21
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britneymatey, what do you use to edit text?Jul 24 01:24
techrights-newsLinks 23/07/2022: GNU Datamash 1.8, Gemipedia Supports All Languages Now | Techrights ⚓ | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 01:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Links 23/07/2022: GNU Datamash 1.8, Gemipedia Supports All Languages Now | TechrightsJul 24 01:26
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mateyi have my own text editorJul 24 01:28
mateyits also a shellJul 24 01:28
schestowitz[TR2]i have that installed too :-)Jul 24 01:28
schestowitz[TR2]maybe old versionJul 24 01:29
techrights-newsProgramming Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 01:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Programming Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 01:29
techrights-newsApache Beam users detail stream data processing applications • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 01:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Apache Beam users detail stream data processing applications | Tux MachinesJul 24 01:29
techrights-newsDevices: Arduino, Fairphone, and x86 Alternative to Raspberry Pi 4 • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 01:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Devices: Arduino, Fairphone, and x86 Alternative to Raspberry Pi 4 | Tux MachinesJul 24 01:29
techrights-newsDistributions: OpenMandriva Rolling, T2 SDE Linux 22.6, Zorin OS Editions • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 01:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Distributions: OpenMandriva Rolling, T2 SDE Linux 22.6, Zorin OS Editions | Tux MachinesJul 24 01:29
techrights-newsThe final epo part about the leaks to be released shortly.Jul 24 01:35
techrights-newsPlanning to record video around 3am about the latest epo series. background at 24 01:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | EPO - TechrightsJul 24 01:36
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DaemonFC_Oh for Christ's sakeJul 24 01:51
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techrights-newsSeries ETA 20 mins. The final epo part... a call for emergency re swpats in Europe :/Jul 24 02:18
techrights-newsThe EPO Bubble — Part XII — The Shape of Things to Come? | Techrights ⚓ | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 02:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The EPO Bubble — Part XII — The Shape of Things to Come? | TechrightsJul 24 02:25
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techrights-newsToday in #Techrights • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 02:45
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Today in Techrights | Tux MachinesJul 24 02:45
techrights-newsx86 ETERNALLY broken, no fix planned 24 02:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Re: RETBleed: WARNING: Spectre v2 mitigation leaves CPU vulnerable to RETBleed attacks, data leaks possible! - Greg Kroah-HartmanJul 24 02:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Re: RETBleed: WARNING: Spectre v2 mitigation leaves CPU vulnerable to RETBleed attacks, data leaks possible! - Pawan GuptaJul 24 02:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | kernel/git/tip/tip.git - Unnamed repository; edit this file 'description' to name the repository.Jul 24 02:47
techrights-news207: SCaLE 19x, RISC-V Laptop, Unreal Engine 5, Asahi Linux, System76 and more Linux news! 24 02:48
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-207: SCaLE 19x, RISC-V Laptop, Unreal Engine 5, Asahi Linux, System76 and more Linux news! - This Week in Linux - TuxDigitalJul 24 02:48
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techrights-newsThe crooks who have taken/cemented control of Europe’s largest patent office (and Europe’s second-largest institution) have placed managers without any background in computing in charge of software patenting, based solely on intent to violate the European Patent Convention (EPC) and fake ‘growth’ with bogus patents that harm Europe 24 02:53
techrights-newsIs this the way to run a patent office? 24 02:53
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights--> | Stuck In The Middle With You - InvidiousJul 24 03:09
mateyyou said itJul 24 03:10
phanesi need to convince my dog he's not being abandoned every time i give him outside timeJul 24 03:11
mateyrescue dog?Jul 24 03:13
phanesno he's just attached and spoiledJul 24 03:13
phanesi raised this one from a pupJul 24 03:13
phanesat like 6 weeksJul 24 03:13
mateymaybe get him an iphone so he can text youJul 24 03:13
phanesso he's never been more than like 5 feet away from me for more than a day at a timeJul 24 03:14
mateyor just set up him up on irc you wont hear from him for days except when he wants to eat or go outsideJul 24 03:14
phanesim never getting another dog until i get a fenced plot of landJul 24 03:15
mateygood thinkingJul 24 03:15
mateyi dont suppose theyll let you build oneJul 24 03:16
phanes 24 03:17
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights--> | The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald - InvidiousJul 24 03:17
mateyjust so you know, you came when its totally deadJul 24 03:22
mateygnumoon thought i was crazy for that even being a concept with meJul 24 03:22
mateybut while some people scrollback, others prefer when its liveJul 24 03:22
mateytheres a possibility of more people after an hour or twoJul 24 03:23
mateytechnically theres a possibility at any timeJul 24 03:23
mateyi just post whenever i have something to say. it doesnt even matter if it gets readJul 24 03:24
schestowitz[TR2]I'm still awakeJul 24 03:40
schestowitz[TR2]just recorded a very long videoJul 24 03:40
phanesdo you write out a list of talking points and topics beforehand?Jul 24 03:41
schestowitz[TR2]noJul 24 03:41
phanesi knowJul 24 03:41
schestowitz[TR2]only afterJul 24 03:41
phanesyou should consider doing it beforehandJul 24 03:42
bnchsmatey: imagine a dog on IRCJul 24 03:42
schestowitz[TR2]it ruins the video, it makes it seem scriptedJul 24 03:42
phanesand then having the list where you can see it during the videoJul 24 03:42
bnchscreepyJul 24 03:42
bnchsbut cool at the same timeJul 24 03:42
matey <bnchs> matey: imagine a dog on IRC <- consider an evolutionary timeframeJul 24 03:42
schestowitz[TR2]on irc, nobody knows you're a dog until you barkJul 24 03:42
*schestowitz[TR2] barksJul 24 03:43
mateyif dogs were dexterous and intelligent enough, they could use ircJul 24 03:43
phanesits all fun and games until someone spells w-a-l-kJul 24 03:43
mateythe only problem is that sniffing peoples butts (let alone humping legs) surely violates the code of conductJul 24 03:43
mateybut thats not an issue hereJul 24 03:43
bnchsvirtual hugging is badJul 24 03:44
mateyi mean the code of conduct partJul 24 03:44
phanesmatey, nah most dogs have been neutered or spayedJul 24 03:44
bnchsbut what about virtual sniffing peoples buttsJul 24 03:44
mateyso far theres been no butt sniffing hereJul 24 03:44
bnchsor virtual humping legs?Jul 24 03:44
phaneswith great sacrifice comes great rewardJul 24 03:44
mateywhats the great reward? im not against spaying and neutering but from the dogs perspective, whats in it for themJul 24 03:45
phanesmatey, none, its cruel and inhumaneJul 24 03:45
MinceR24 044319 < matey> if dogs were dexterous and intelligent enough, they could use ircJul 24 03:45
MinceRand they wouldn't be dogs :>Jul 24 03:45
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mateyif we are still apesJul 24 03:45
phanesluigi gets to keep his nuggetsJul 24 03:45
mateythey could still be dogsJul 24 03:45
mateymaybe not canis vulgarisJul 24 03:46
mateycanis sapiensJul 24 03:46
MinceRcanis anticanisJul 24 03:46
mateythis coming from homo anti-homoJul 24 03:47
mateymincer is homo(sapiens)phobicJul 24 03:47
schestowitz[TR2]self-hatingJul 24 03:47
schestowitz[TR2]afaik he's a sapienJul 24 03:48
schestowitz[TR2]heterosapienJul 24 03:48
mateyoh hes more sapien than average imoJul 24 03:48
schestowitz[TR2]MinceR ia slso dogphobicJul 24 03:48
schestowitz[TR2]he hates dogsJul 24 03:48
schestowitz[TR2]iirc, he did put a dog meme/photo a few days agoJul 24 03:48
mateymaybe he just thinks they shouldnt be bredJul 24 03:48
schestowitz[TR2]but forgot when or whatJul 24 03:48
schestowitz[TR2]he loves fox thoughJul 24 03:48
schestowitz[TR2]foxophileJul 24 03:48
mateynot firefoxJul 24 03:49
schestowitz[TR2]it's man-madeJul 24 03:49
mateyi believe he said all dog breeding is animal crueltyJul 24 03:49
schestowitz[TR2]bredJul 24 03:49
schestowitz[TR2]and many dogs sufferJul 24 03:49
schestowitz[TR2]chronic issues, due to bad breedingJul 24 03:49
mateyjust the act of breeding wolves into-- whatever the fuck that thing in a purse isJul 24 03:49
mateyits a tough stance to argue with reallyJul 24 03:49
schestowitz[TR2]I have a friend who complained about his small doh Jul 24 03:49
schestowitz[TR2]*dogJul 24 03:49
phanesblack labs are good dogsJul 24 03:50
schestowitz[TR2]and how it's cruel to breed theseJul 24 03:50
phaneswolves do not make good petsJul 24 03:50
mateyphanes: let me be sure about thisJul 24 03:50
mateyif you get a wolf as a pup, raise it like a dogJul 24 03:50
mateyand live on a very large property in the middle of nowhereJul 24 03:50
phanesmatey, it'll eventually eat you or maim youJul 24 03:50
mateyputting aside legal issuesJul 24 03:50
mateythat was basically my questionJul 24 03:51
schestowitz[TR2],c_limit,f_webp,q_auto:good,fl_progressive:steep/ 24 03:51
mateywhat a nice-looking urlJul 24 03:51
schestowitz[TR2],c_limit,f_webp,q_auto:good,fl_progressive:steep/ 24 03:51
mateythe thing i dont understand isJul 24 03:52
schestowitz[TR2],c_limit,f_webp,q_auto:good,fl_progressive:steep/ 24 03:52
mateyif wolves will eventually eat you or maim youJul 24 03:52
mateyhow / why did we domesticate them in the first placeJul 24 03:52
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mateyi presume we went on hunts with them, or vice versaJul 24 03:54
phanesmatey, they can be trained and tames with some degree of violence if taken as a pupJul 24 03:54
phanesyesJul 24 03:54
mateybut isnt that a bit stupidJul 24 03:54
phanesthey wouldve been useful on hunts like thatJul 24 03:54
phanesit wouldve taken hundreds of thousands of years of artificial selection for tamenessJul 24 03:55
schestowitz[TR2]phanes: dogs depend on youJul 24 03:55
mateysure sureJul 24 03:55
schestowitz[TR2]more than you depend on themJul 24 03:55
mateybut thats thousands of years of getting your arms and legs torn offJul 24 03:55
schestowitz[TR2]cats are even worse in that regardJul 24 03:55
schestowitz[TR2]but cats don't need to be walked outJul 24 03:55
mateyyoud think we would have learned better in that time and left them aloneJul 24 03:55
mateyi guess what im getting at isJul 24 03:56
mateywhat did we do then that we couldnt do nowJul 24 03:56
mateyand i dont figure there are books (from the time period) about itJul 24 03:56
phanesmatey, humans until the last 200 years or so were vicious and brutally violent, even more so a few thousand years backJul 24 03:56
schestowitz[TR2]if you want to kill (people), get a wolfJul 24 03:56
mateybut maybe someone has figured it out based on... archeological clues and shitJul 24 03:56
schestowitz[TR2]if you want to kill (time), get a wolfensteinJul 24 03:57
schestowitz[TR2]I was addicted to that gameJul 24 03:57
schestowitz[TR2]the internet versionsJul 24 03:57
MinceRpersumably there were some wolves that were more tolerant of humans to begin withJul 24 03:57
matey/me never thought germans would play wolfenstein, but sure i guessJul 24 03:57
MinceRor young that have lost their familyJul 24 03:57
MinceRas for cats depending on you, that depends on the catJul 24 03:57
mateycats dont really depend on youJul 24 03:58
MinceRbut afaik they're generally more wild than any other domestic animalJul 24 03:58
schestowitz[TR2]wolves that arer vicious to human and sheep don't survive longJul 24 03:58
mateythey let you think itJul 24 03:58
phanesthe only reason your cat doesn't eat you is because it thinks you're a bigger, stronger, dumber catJul 24 03:58
schestowitz[TR2]horned animals that are nonviolent are even bred by humansJul 24 03:58
schestowitz[TR2]like cowsJul 24 03:58
schestowitz[TR2]humans exterminated snakes hereJul 24 03:58
schestowitz[TR2]we can coexist with geese and ducks thoughJul 24 03:58
phanesmanJul 24 03:58
phanesfuck geeseJul 24 03:58
mateygeese will break your fucking armJul 24 03:58
MinceRno thanksJul 24 03:58
phanesgeese are arseholesJul 24 03:58
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matey/me got mugged by geese onceJul 24 03:59
mateythey took my wallet and gave me a black eyeJul 24 03:59
schestowitz[TR2]depends non the breedJul 24 04:00
schestowitz[TR2]and whether they have eggs and goslings aroundJul 24 04:00
matey/me waits for a goose in a purseJul 24 04:00
schestowitz[TR2]Toulouse geese are a big scary Jul 24 04:00
schestowitz[TR2]*bitJul 24 04:00
schestowitz[TR2]and bigJul 24 04:00
schestowitz[TR2]their 'voice' is also a bit scaryJul 24 04:01
schestowitz[TR2]don't f* with themJul 24 04:01
mateytheir 'voice' is also a bit scary <- obviously inspired henry fordJul 24 04:01
schestowitz[TR2]they make good pets here thoughJul 24 04:01
schestowitz[TR2]matey: casting for deepthroat?Jul 24 04:01
mateyi was thinking of the noise that the model t makes, but thanks for askingJul 24 04:01
MinceRlolJul 24 04:08
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mateystallmans biggest mistake ever was actually hurdJul 24 04:59
schestowitz[TR2]not talking at microsoft?Jul 24 04:59
mateynopeJul 24 05:00
mateythat was probably a big mistake tooJul 24 05:00
mateyhurd wasnt a bad idea for a projectJul 24 05:00
mateyit was a terrible idea for gnus FIRST kernelJul 24 05:00
mateyin hindsight obviously, gnu should have had a run-of-the-mill kernel, like linux Jul 24 05:00
mateybut not actually linuxJul 24 05:01
mateyrather one that gnu could work withJul 24 05:01
mateyby choosing a design that was far too complex to build in a sort of arms race with open sourceJul 24 05:01
mateywhich stallman did not see linux asJul 24 05:01
schestowitz[TR2]i think media interferences played a role... bear with meJul 24 05:01
mateybut linux WAS resisted within gnu for as long as possibleJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]in how linux turned outJul 24 05:02
mateymedia always plays a role, you dont have to convince meJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]and became a weapon against gnuJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]and the movem,entJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]so one way or another they'd try controlled opposition tacticsJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]sooner or laterJul 24 05:02
mateyopen source played a bigger roleJul 24 05:02
mateyand used the mediaJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]like they did antiwar activistJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]linus also was propped up by mediaJul 24 05:02
schestowitz[TR2]and torvalds played alongJul 24 05:02
mateylinus was a co-opter. linux was a counterrevolutionJul 24 05:02
mateyif stallman knew anything about the industry (and he should, he created the movement to stand against its tactics)Jul 24 05:03
schestowitz[TR2]linux will never be "anything professional like gnu"Jul 24 05:03
schestowitz[TR2]it'll be zemlinwareJul 24 05:03
mateyhe should have realised linux was bound to be weaponisedJul 24 05:03
schestowitz[TR2]badgewareJul 24 05:03
mateyyeah but that false modesty from linus became moot as soon as it was publically tradedJul 24 05:03
mateyhe stole an osJul 24 05:03
schestowitz[TR2]maybe the media would have called it kdeOSJul 24 05:03
schestowitz[TR2]and pretend that gnu was jus "some compiler"Jul 24 05:03
schestowitz[TR2]for kdeJul 24 05:03
mateykde is even less of an os than linux thoughJul 24 05:03
mateylinux at least, is a core part of an osJul 24 05:04
mateykde is iceingJul 24 05:04
schestowitz[TR2]systeeeeeeeeeemDOSJul 24 05:04
matey(at least compared to the linux kernel)Jul 24 05:04
mateymaybe kde is the smaller tier on a wedding cakeJul 24 05:04
mateybut whatever it is, the kernel is pretty key to an osJul 24 05:04
mateyhurd was a GREAT idea for SECOND kernelJul 24 05:05
mateybut by doing that first, they left gnu wide open for the usurpersJul 24 05:05
mateyim not saying that he should have foreseen all of thatJul 24 05:05
mateybut at some point, he maybe should have foreseen some of itJul 24 05:06
mateyit created such a rift for such a long timeJul 24 05:06
mateyhe thought he could fix that with an olive branchJul 24 05:06
mateythat was naive Jul 24 05:06
mateyim not saying hes dumb-- weve ALL been that naive beforeJul 24 05:06
mateyit was still naiveJul 24 05:06
mateyolive branches. with corporations. do. not. work.Jul 24 05:07
mateyonce linux became corporate, gnu/linux was Doomed.Jul 24 05:07
mateyits been corporate for a long timeJul 24 05:07
schestowitz[TR2]trueJul 24 05:07
schestowitz[TR2]but wasittttJul 24 05:07
mateyfurther proof he doesnt get this is signing over Jul 24 05:07
schestowitz[TR2]btwJul 24 05:07
mateyyou go aheadJul 24 05:07
schestowitz[TR2]the multi char thingJul 24 05:07
schestowitz[TR2]not iontentionalJul 24 05:07
schestowitz[TR2]terrible network lagJul 24 05:07
mateywhat multu char thingJul 24 05:08
schestowitz[TR2]and I use synergyJul 24 05:08
mateyoh thatJul 24 05:08
schestowitz[TR2]how do we tackle this issue?Jul 24 05:08
mateylol, i thought it was for effectJul 24 05:08
schestowitz[TR2]and go back to grassroots?Jul 24 05:08
mateybut waiiiiitJul 24 05:08
schestowitz[TR2]even debian seems more compromised than ever nowJul 24 05:08
schestowitz[TR2]run by lawyersJul 24 05:08
schestowitz[TR2]and corporations that muzzle criticsJul 24 05:08
mateyi mean you can do what you want. only grassroots will ever be controlled by users.Jul 24 05:08
mateyonly. grassroots.Jul 24 05:08
mateyhomemade softwareJul 24 05:08
schestowitz[TR2]yeah, but...Jul 24 05:09
mateyOUR OWN FORKS of corporate shit, at worseJul 24 05:09
schestowitz[TR2]we need more momentum in ttthe ggggrassrootsJul 24 05:09
schestowitz[TR2]for real encryptionJul 24 05:09
schestowitz[TR2]anddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd not centralisaition llllllllllllllllllllllike LF... here we go agaaaaaaaaain.... network issueeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesJul 24 05:09
mateythats trippyJul 24 05:09
schestowitz[TR2]I'll typeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee from my lllllocal machineJul 24 05:09
mateyits like youre typing in hyperspaceJul 24 05:09
schestowitzuntil the connection is stableJul 24 05:09
schestowitzit keeps sending the same signal many timesJul 24 05:10
schestowitzhappened for a little while yesterdayJul 24 05:10
schestowitznot a software bug, network latencyJul 24 05:10
mateyit would be more annoying if it were verticleJul 24 05:10
mateyverticalJul 24 05:10
mateyhorizontally im unphasedJul 24 05:11
schestowitzanyway, back on topicJul 24 05:11
schestowitzso arhc seems communityJul 24 05:11
schestowitzbut it is also tried to SPIJul 24 05:11
schestowitzwhich sponsors the dirty greedy lawyersJul 24 05:11
mateylinux is the same problem for arch it is for gnuJul 24 05:11
mateyin the short run they can work around itJul 24 05:11
mateybut really, stallman seems to never think of things likeJul 24 05:12
mateyoh, these problems can just be moved from software to hardwareJul 24 05:12
schestowitzbtw, the nwtwork is further dsloed down because of rsyncJul 24 05:12
mateyhese problems can just be moved from userspace to kernelJul 24 05:12
schestowitzuploading the next videoJul 24 05:12
mateyhes a we will cross that bridge when we get to it kind of guyJul 24 05:12
mateybut the problem is, we are thereJul 24 05:12
mateywe are at the bridgeJul 24 05:12
schestowitzyes, I mentioned patents moving from software to embeddedJul 24 05:12
schestowitzand how that bypasses rulesJul 24 05:13
schestowitzsome patents on "virtualisation"Jul 24 05:13
mateythats a reasonable point to makeJul 24 05:13
mateybut the fsf isnt equipped to do thatJul 24 05:13
mateythey focus on softwareJul 24 05:13
mateythat made sense onceJul 24 05:13
schestowitzthey focus on fundraising trbhJul 24 05:13
mateyno shitJul 24 05:13
schestowitzwithout doing much discernable activity this yearJul 24 05:13
mateyoh they handed over a lot of things to the coupJul 24 05:14
schestowitz*discernibleJul 24 05:14
mateyso there was that activityJul 24 05:14
mateythe fingerprints of the coup are all over everythingJul 24 05:14
mateythose people have never used soap, at least on their handsJul 24 05:14
schestowitzZoe did an interview with ICBM recentlyJul 24 05:14
schestowitza site called OpenSource.comJul 24 05:14
mateyoh godJul 24 05:14
mateyoh ffsJul 24 05:14
schestowitzFSF ED, in ICBMJul 24 05:14
schestowitzRed HatrJul 24 05:14
schestowitzthe same company that boycotts RMSJul 24 05:15
schestowitzthe founder of her employerJul 24 05:15
matey/me grows more arms to facepalm properlyJul 24 05:15
schestowitzunder the name "Open Source"Jul 24 05:15
mateymaybe zoe will go work for sfcJul 24 05:15
schestowitzcreated to destroy the rela movementJul 24 05:15
mateyim not saying shes as bad as "them"Jul 24 05:15
mateyim just saying, wtfJul 24 05:15
mateyshe seems innocent enoughJul 24 05:15
mateynot stupid... but... what, i dont knowJul 24 05:15
mateyi really dontJul 24 05:15
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mateychrist on a stickJul 24 05:16
schestowitz[TR2]she is conformist enough for themJul 24 05:16
mateyibm is taking over both debian and fsfJul 24 05:16
mateythey alread have gnu by the... gnutsJul 24 05:16
mateyIts Basically MicrosoftJul 24 05:16
schestowitz[TR2]me rewrites Meet Free Software Foundation Executive Director Zoë Kooyman | Opensource.comJul 24 05:16
mateyi consider the fsf only technically not fraudJul 24 05:17
schestowitz[TR2]as Meet Veterans for Peace chief Dick Cheney | Fox NewsJul 24 05:17
mateyim sure for legal purposes theyre doing whatever they have to Jul 24 05:17
mateyits a scamJul 24 05:17
mateyi knew some people from veterans for peaceJul 24 05:18
mateynothing makes people against war like actually seeing it for themselvesJul 24 05:18
schestowitz[TR2]and Fox is owned by those who both for invansionbJul 24 05:18
schestowitz[TR2]like ICBM invading FSFJul 24 05:18
schestowitz[TR2]and GCC etc.Jul 24 05:18
mateystallman talks about handcuffsJul 24 05:19
mateyhe thinks its about handcuffs or no handcuffsJul 24 05:19
mateybut he doesnt talk about escape much-- in practical termsJul 24 05:19
mateyhe doesnt talk about how software gets trapped (except by js and java)Jul 24 05:19
mateyand even if he does, he misses too muchJul 24 05:19
mateythese were invalid critiques onceJul 24 05:20
mateyold critiques-- unfair onesJul 24 05:20
mateynot unfair anymoreJul 24 05:20
mateythe ship went downJul 24 05:20
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mateygranted, I Blame MutinyJul 24 05:20
mateyand microsoftJul 24 05:20
mateybut where the fuck is the captains log?Jul 24 05:20
matey(or his first and second mates)Jul 24 05:21
schestowitz[TR2]under the ICBMJul 24 05:21
schestowitz[TR2]in the subJul 24 05:21
mateyi guessJul 24 05:21
phanesnobody who knows what war looks like wants warJul 24 05:21
phanesexcept for lunaticsJul 24 05:21
mateyunless there are no other optionsJul 24 05:21
mateysometimes there are no other options. USUALLY there are other optinosJul 24 05:21
schestowitz[TR2]there are usually alternaitvesJul 24 05:21
mateymost wars are bullshitJul 24 05:21
schestowitz[TR2]maybe not immediatelyJul 24 05:21
mateyaltnernatives that dont workJul 24 05:21
phanesyeah but even when there's not another option, nobody sane and informed -wants- itJul 24 05:21
mateydo what you want, if you get invaded, fight like hell.Jul 24 05:21
schestowitz[TR2]<techrights-news> Calling Putin ‘Hitler’ to Smear Diplomacy ☛ | Source: FAIRJul 24 05:22
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phanesit is only after a war has begun that the informed and sane should learn to enjoy itJul 24 05:22
mateyeven when there's not another option, nobody sane and informed -wants- it <- fair pointJul 24 05:22
phanesavoid it all costs Jul 24 05:22
phanesbutJul 24 05:22
phanesif you find yourself in oneJul 24 05:22
phanesfind a way to like itJul 24 05:22
mateysureJul 24 05:22
mateybig software projects are the easiest ones to take overJul 24 05:24
mateythey requires LOTS of care and feeding-- more than most people can manageJul 24 05:24
mateysomething big corporations are well equipped to "help" withJul 24 05:24
mateythats what happened-- everything got purchased Jul 24 05:24
mateywith servicesJul 24 05:24
mateysame as what happneed to little software companies: microsoft just buys them and kills themJul 24 05:25
mateystallman never understood microsoftJul 24 05:25
mateyunderestimated themJul 24 05:25
mateyeven downplayed the threat-- at a time when it didnt look as stupid as it does nowJul 24 05:25
mateyi blame the thieves of courseJul 24 05:26
mateybut the fsf didnt even lock their doorsJul 24 05:26
mateythey trusted a giant corporation (red hat) with the crown jewelsJul 24 05:26
mateythat was so stupidJul 24 05:26
mateya corporation can be bought! he knows thatJul 24 05:26
schestowitz[TR2]<matey> underestimated themJul 24 05:26
schestowitz[TR2]what year?Jul 24 05:26
mateytrusting a corporation with a ceo you trust--Jul 24 05:27
schestowitz[TR2]to be fair, in 1983 they were still a new companyJul 24 05:27
schestowitz[TR2]like 8 yearsJul 24 05:27
mateywith hosting gccJul 24 05:27
matey93 you meanJul 24 05:27
schestowitz[TR2]and without much momentttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttumJul 24 05:27
schestowitz[TR2]going back to       main PCJul 24 05:27
schestowitzwhat year was the ICBM-Microsoft deal?Jul 24 05:27
mateytrusting a corporation with a ceo you trust-- with something as key as gccJul 24 05:27
mateyis like trusting a government with a PRESIDENT you trust-- with something like mass surveillanceJul 24 05:27
mateyit doesnt matter if the president is okayJul 24 05:28
phanesdid roy just have a max headroom momentJul 24 05:28
mateysooner or later there will be one who isntJul 24 05:28
mateydont trust a for-profit with the crown jewels of a non-profit!Jul 24 05:28
mateyand i dont know when red hat took over thisJul 24 05:28
mateyyears ago to be sureJul 24 05:28
mateybut i didnt find out until one of my associates discovered itJul 24 05:29
schestowitzphanes: repeat keystroke is a network issueJul 24 05:29
schestowitztyping into that PC over LANJul 24 05:29
schestowitzwireless LanJul 24 05:29
mateybettterrrrrr wirelessssss than thisssssssssJul 24 05:29
mateyits like parceltongueJul 24 05:29
schestowitzusually it works OKJul 24 05:30
mateyim sureJul 24 05:30
schestowitzmaybe I should restart synergy just to be sureJul 24 05:30
matey/me wonders how synergy even adds characters to the stream Jul 24 05:30
schestowitz[TR2]still laggyJul 24 05:30
mateylike whats the mechanism? udp?Jul 24 05:30
mateytcp packets shouldnt do thatJul 24 05:30
mateyis it a network based kvm or something?Jul 24 05:31
mateywith udp packets for transmissionJul 24 05:31
schestowitz[TR2]kuiserver takes up 350 mb of ramJul 24 05:32
mateyyou could filter all double characters but then --wireless becomes -wirelesJul 24 05:32
mateySynergy - Share one mouse & keyboard across computersJul 24 05:33
mateySynergy works with anything from 2 computers, to 3 PCs and Macs, to as many as 15 devices of all types. macOS Windows Linux Raspberry Pi EffortlessJul 24 05:34
schestowitz[TR2]Barrier is betterJul 24 05:34
schestowitz[TR2]but some distros still use old synergyJul 24 05:34
schestowitz[TR2]I use both in tandemJul 24 05:34
schestowitz[TR2]ram wasted here, had to terminate some orphaned processesJul 24 05:35
schestowitz[TR2]noticed that in kde ksysguard (now renamed)Jul 24 05:35
schestowitz[TR2]they mention systemd by nameJul 24 05:35
schestowitz[TR2]foir finding parent processesJul 24 05:35
matey"synergy works reliably with no lag"Jul 24 05:35
mateythey mean as a requirement, not as an effect :)Jul 24 05:35
mateyif you have no lag, it works reliablyJul 24 05:36
mateyif you have lag, sssssstrrrraapppp innnnnnnnJul 24 05:36
mateystallman did not design things to make it easy for them to escape once captured by monopoliesJul 24 05:37
phanesi gave up on relying on an out of boix desktop environmentJul 24 05:37
mateyhe focused a license that he thought made it so companies couldnt monopolise the softwareJul 24 05:37
phanesmine is mostly i3 with pieces of other DEs ive mixed in and tied togetherJul 24 05:37
mateybut he never thought about organisations monopolising developmentJul 24 05:37
mateyor corporations infiltrating those organisations (the fsf included)Jul 24 05:38
mateyso now we have exactly thatJul 24 05:38
phaneshe'll adaptJul 24 05:38
mateyhe hasnt, he wontJul 24 05:38
mateyhes not even at the helmJul 24 05:38
mateyexiled in placeJul 24 05:38
mateythey even made him his own little lieplanet Jul 24 05:39
mateyas the separate but equal planetJul 24 05:39
phaneshuh?Jul 24 05:40
mateytwo lieplanetsJul 24 05:40
mateylibre - br = lieJul 24 05:40
mateythe first one, no stallmanJul 24 05:40
mateythe second one, stallman onlyJul 24 05:40
mateyboth said, unless im wrong "welcome to libreplanet"Jul 24 05:40
mateytwo different datesJul 24 05:40
mateythis was after people complained that he wasnt on the schedule to talk at the "real" oneJul 24 05:41
mateyand the organisers were a complete set of dicks about itJul 24 05:41
mateythis year, 2022Jul 24 05:41
mateytwo lieplanets-- one for stallman, one for everyone elseJul 24 05:41
phanesdo you have any links to their statements about thisJul 24 05:42
mateyone for coc-suckers, one for aspie troublemakersJul 24 05:42
mateyseparate but equalJul 24 05:42
mateythe fun never ends with the free software fuckeryJul 24 05:42
mateyfucktoryJul 24 05:43
mateyif your ship is boarded, and you have a fleet, and you cant stop them from boardingJul 24 05:44
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mateyyou can hit self destruct and move to another shipJul 24 05:44
mateyfsf cantJul 24 05:44
phanesno link, no interestJul 24 05:45
mateyi just tell the story. if you want a link, askJul 24 05:45
phanesdo you have any links to their statements about thisJul 24 05:45
mateyno interest, no problemJul 24 05:46
mateybad enough when people feign interest. when they really dont have it, at least theyre honestJul 24 05:46
matey <schestowitz[TR2]> noticed that in kde ksysguard (now renamed) | they mention systemd by name | foir finding parent processesJul 24 05:49
mateythats a shameJul 24 05:49
mateysystemd is a monopolyJul 24 05:49
mateypeople who want freedom should really use something elseJul 24 05:50
mateykde is open source thoughJul 24 05:50
mateyso fake freedomJul 24 05:50
DaemonFC 24 05:51
mateyThe KDE CommunityJul 24 05:51
mateyAn international team developing and distributing Open Source software.Jul 24 05:51
DaemonFCOpera is contributing a lot of security patches to Privoxy.Jul 24 05:51
mateyfront pageJul 24 05:51
mateythey do say "KDE supports the FEEP and BE4FOSS programs to help free and open source communities produce more environmentally friendly software."Jul 24 05:51
mateydeveloping and distributing Open Source softwar <- giant printJul 24 05:52
matey" supports the FEEP and BE4FOSS programs to help free and open source communities" <- print you scroll pastJul 24 05:52
mateykde is definitely open sourceJul 24 05:52
DaemonFCI have a Cyberpunk 2077 update from GOG I downloaded a while back that I haven't even played.Jul 24 05:52
DaemonFCThe game was so buggy I tried to play it and just couldn't then got bored.Jul 24 05:52
DaemonFCApparently, the QA was a lesson in how not to do QA.Jul 24 05:53
DaemonFCThey told the paid beta testers that they had a "quota" of bugs to report, so the development team got snowed under with unimportant bugs that were hardly worth fixing and did not effectively prioritize.Jul 24 05:53
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DaemonFCBug triage is like medical triage. You help the most serious cases and fix those first. The people who will live go to the back of the line in order of most severe to least.Jul 24 05:54
DaemonFCWell, that's how triage is supposed to work anyway.Jul 24 05:54
mateybad times aheadJul 24 05:55
matey2022/01/26 Ayush Singh will be working on a Rust wrapper for KConfig. With this wrapper, and the existing ones for qmetaobject and ki18n, it will be easier to develop KDE applications in Rust. Jul 24 05:55
DaemonFCIn Chicago, the hospitals are overwhelmed with homeless during the winter and they see people in a FIFO buffer unless you're like...shot or something.Jul 24 05:55
mateyrusty kde and the dirty sanchezJul 24 05:55
DaemonFCI'm told the Japanese actually like Rahm Emanuel.Jul 24 05:57
DaemonFCMaybe they can just...keep him, after Biden's term ends.Jul 24 05:57
mateyTUXEDO Computers, a company known for selling Linux-powered computers and notebooks, now joins us as a KDE Patron!Jul 24 05:57
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mateylinux poweredJul 24 05:57
mateyThe KDE community makes a vast array of apps which get shipped in Linux distros, on Linux app stores, for Windows and Mac and for Android too. Jul 24 05:58
mateyBrand new this week is the first stable release of MyGnuHealth.Jul 24 05:58
mateygnuhealth. for linux distros!Jul 24 05:59
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matey/me is looking for something, wont find itJul 24 06:00
mateykde has no fucking leader.Jul 24 06:00
mateyanarkyJul 24 06:00
phanes,%20Matthew/controversial/Reichwein,%20Sarah%20Michelle/Todd_v_Reichweinn/2019-17-13_Wilcox/Jul 24 06:01
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mateyim now curious Jul 24 06:03
mateyas mjg is going to bring it up anywayJul 24 06:03
mateywhether his fiancees new name is legally changed to that-- and if so, why you prefer to use the old one and put their name in "quotes"Jul 24 06:04
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mateyi can understand some arguments for using both namesJul 24 06:04
phanesmatey, the nearest i can tell, reichwein has not actually legally changed her name and is using the the deadname claim to avoid fallout from having the real legal name used in publicationsJul 24 06:05
mateythats the sort of answer i was looking for, cheerJul 24 06:05
mateycheersJul 24 06:05
mateyin some places-- i think new hampshire is one, not as sure about massJul 24 06:06
mateyyou can do business under any name you want as long as its not used for fraudJul 24 06:06
phanesif its a social situation, i dont mind calling anyone by even a preferred nickname as long as its not vulgar ("lovecruft" may meet that tbh) but its not insurmountable.  if its a publication meant to expose something the legal name is required, so, if i see documentation showing that it was legallu changed i will update to whatever is apparently the legal nameJul 24 06:06
mateyi think in most places its actually more complicated than thatJul 24 06:06
DaemonFC"- Make documentation slightly less "offensive" for some peopleJul 24 06:07
DaemonFC    by avoiding the word "hell"."Jul 24 06:07
DaemonFCLOLJul 24 06:07
mateyfirst definition when searching for cruftJul 24 06:07
mateyCruft is a jargon word for anything that is left over, redundant and getting in the way. It is used particularly for defective, superseded, useless, superfluous, or dysfunctional elements in computer software History.Jul 24 06:07
phanesthe cruft of love implies ejaculateJul 24 06:08
DaemonFCWhat about the word "hell" is offensive?Jul 24 06:08
mateyyeah if you interpret love as sex (lovin spoonful)Jul 24 06:08
phanesDaemonFC, idk man, people invent new ways to be offended every dayJul 24 06:08
mateyplenty of examples of that existJul 24 06:09
mateyReferring to any extraneous matter, either physical or ideological. First used in describing the portions of a grain that cannot be utilized for any particular purpose <- urban dictJul 24 06:09
mateya less raunchy interpretation (im not saying yours is less realistic) would beJul 24 06:09
mateyto speculateJul 24 06:09
matey"overlooked or rejected" for loveJul 24 06:09
mateysort of a torch songJul 24 06:09
mateyi wont pretend i can guess which one they had in mindJul 24 06:10
DaemonFCphanesmatey, the nearest i can tell, reichwein has not actually legally changed her name and is using the the deadname claim to avoid fallout from having the real legal name used in publicationsJul 24 06:10
DaemonFCIt's a good angle, though.Jul 24 06:10
phanesin any case, i dont care what this person's name is, i care about the truth and actions of this personJul 24 06:10
mateyand im not suggesting you have toJul 24 06:10
DaemonFCIf you can't call them anything that they have to take responsibility for somehow.Jul 24 06:10
matey i care about the truth and actions of this person <- that is clearly the focus of the pageJul 24 06:10
mateythanks for humouring me nonethelessJul 24 06:10
DaemonFCI can go by a different name every day of the year.Jul 24 06:10
mateyas i said, its bound to come upJul 24 06:11
DaemonFCThat's even better.Jul 24 06:11
DaemonFCThat way you're deadnaming me if you ever talk about me.Jul 24 06:11
mateyits annoying to deal with mjgs side of the story when its the only one volunteeredJul 24 06:11
phanesim sure it will come up again, ive been very clear to anyone who asks about what i'd need to clarify the name.  Jul 24 06:11
phanesthe legal name is what they getJul 24 06:11
DaemonFCIf you want someone to refer to you by anything other than what's on your driver's license, you really need to go to court and change it.Jul 24 06:11
DaemonFC(Going by your middle name is fine as long as you initialize your first name on signatures and customarily do this.)Jul 24 06:12
phanesmj has already tried to paint it as anti-trans microaggression, but, when he makes a stink about that, it will only feed into his mo publiclyJul 24 06:12
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DaemonFCIt's not improper to call someone by their legal name when you are referring to them.Jul 24 06:13
mateyi think it depends on the situation, which is why i ask about the situationJul 24 06:13
DaemonFCMy aunt's ex-husband, Keith, never legally changed his name.Jul 24 06:13
mateyby the way, do you know if this trip was related to a free (or open) software event, and if so which oneJul 24 06:13
mateyive seen the name bryce wilcox before, maybe a debian person, but not a signer.Jul 24 06:14
mateyat least not of the letterJul 24 06:14
DaemonFCIf something is not so important in your life that you can't go down to court and pay $10 to have it changed, then why can you complain about deadnaming?Jul 24 06:14
DaemonFC*canJul 24 06:14
DaemonFCI can go change my name tomorrow, legally, for $10.Jul 24 06:14
DaemonFCYou can file the petition yourself. It's one form.Jul 24 06:15
DaemonFCThe judge only asks if your new name is spelled correctly and that you want to go through with it. In general, I think you can't make it something deliberately obscene.Jul 24 06:16
mateyBryce "Zooko" Wilcox, a cypherpunk known for creating cryptocurrency Zcash, told Forbes that he wanted the privacy-oriented coin to move away from the proof of work (PoW) consensus mechanism. Wilcox believes that Zcash has to undergo an Ethereum-like transition to proof of stake (PoS).Jul 24 06:16
DaemonFCIt's unbelievable how much code there was in SeaMonkey to deal with NPAPI plug-ins. I don't recall there being that much in Webkit.Jul 24 06:18
mateyit looks like wilcox is supporting peter todd Jul 24 06:18
mateyi must have read pocock telling of this or somethingJul 24 06:19
mateyi dont know where else i would have read this before, but ive read it somewhereJul 24 06:19
phaneswilcox was most certainly not there to support peter toddJul 24 06:19
mateythen the legalese is tripping meJul 24 06:20
matey"supportive motion" "defamation case" peter toddJul 24 06:20
mateyive been told (even by a lawyer) that id make a good lawyer, but i have my doubtsJul 24 06:20
mateyfortunately its not a career im pursuingJul 24 06:21
mateythe part about the switching seats is awfully familiar, i  know i read this one months / year agoJul 24 06:21
mateymaybe it was discussed in ircJul 24 06:22
mateyA says that S told A that Z had made aggressive and inappropriate sexual statements in front of others about S after being rejected by SJul 24 06:23
mateythats always a dick move if it happenedJul 24 06:23
phanesyeah definitely sounds like sexual harassment to meJul 24 06:23
phaneswant to be clear that i dont think that todd is not a dirtbagJul 24 06:23
mateyi dont know anything about him except this storyJul 24 06:24
mateyand something something cryptocurrencyJul 24 06:24
matey 24 06:24
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights- ( status 403 @ )Jul 24 06:24
mateyBob Saget raped and killed a girl 1990 Right so basically one of my favourite jokes is the title obviously not norm but gottfried. I was watching the Bob saget roast and saw comments outraged about why they were laughing and that he's a pedophile.Jul 24 06:25
phaneswow so apparently appelbaum made some appearances in this and actually submitted some testimony in support of todd's position in this caseJul 24 06:25
mateyi swear we talked about that the other dayJul 24 06:25
phanesmaybeJul 24 06:26
mateyor maybe you werent here-- i thought you wereJul 24 06:26
phanesim still ingesting all this content, it is a lot to go overJul 24 06:26
mateyi know the feeling, trulyJul 24 06:26
phanesits the fairest i can be given that mj is my primary marketing relayJul 24 06:27
mateymarketing?Jul 24 06:27
mateyyou mean he sells the websiteJul 24 06:28
phanesyeah i had him post links to the wikipedia edits all over twitter for weeks before setting up the site and relay from my ip to the AO siteJul 24 06:28
phanesno he doesn't sell it, he markets itJul 24 06:28
phanesso after he got ben white to repost it by request, it went from a 30k person audience to a 400k person audienceJul 24 06:28
phanes*ken whiteJul 24 06:29
mateygood lordJul 24 06:29
phanesyeah it was awesomeJul 24 06:29
phaneshe is super pissed about it tooJul 24 06:29
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phanes"stepping on every rake in sight with abandon"Jul 24 06:30
mateywait wait waitJul 24 06:31
mateyis the case actually called Jul 24 06:31
mateyTodd_v_ReichweinnJul 24 06:31
phanesI see references to both a Todd v. Lovecrutft as well as a Todd v. ReichweinJul 24 06:31
mateyokJul 24 06:31
mateyi meanJul 24 06:31
mateyits an argument to use their legal name if thats the name of the caseJul 24 06:31
phanesi am using their legal nameJul 24 06:32
mateyi get that partJul 24 06:32
phanes 24 06:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Todd v. Lovecruft, 4:19-cv-01751 – CourtListener.comJul 24 06:32
phanesthat one says lovecruft but all the court docs say reichweinJul 24 06:33
mateyrightJul 24 06:33
DaemonFC 24 06:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Monkeypox Vaccine Should Be Given to Gay Community First, Experts SayJul 24 06:34
DaemonFCI'm good. I don't need it.Jul 24 06:34
mateywas todd ever convicted of rape?Jul 24 06:35
mateyi ask because i suppose part of the defamation lawsuit was about a tweet that called him a rapistJul 24 06:35
mateyim not implying that you need to win a court case to call someone a rapist-- particularly by someone who raped youJul 24 06:35
DaemonFCAnother news article today was talking about 18 gay men with MonkeyPox, and most of them where complete hoebags. One of them was a University professor or something that took a trip to Europe and admitted that he was fucking random men all throughout like 7 countries. Then went to a bathhouse in Germany and said "Gee, I don't think they were wiping down that sex sling.".Jul 24 06:36
phanesmatey, no there weren't even chargesJul 24 06:36
DaemonFCIf you're not the village bicycle, there's like almost no chance of getting MonkeyPox.Jul 24 06:36
mateythis happened with cuba gooding jr too Jul 24 06:37
mateywho for all i know is guilty Jul 24 06:37
mateybut the attorney was saying how these things play out back and forthJul 24 06:37
mateynobody wins these things, everybody losesJul 24 06:37
phanesthis was a defamation case that Todd initiated against reichweinJul 24 06:38
phanesfor claiming that he was a rapistJul 24 06:38
mateyyeah the todd is first in todd vJul 24 06:38
mateyso its hisJul 24 06:38
phanesi had to update the url on that Jul 24 06:39
phanesthere was a typo in the dateJul 24 06:39
mateySettled. Material terms of settlement placed on the record.Jul 24 06:40
mateydo you know what the terms of settlement wereJul 24 06:40
phanesyeahJul 24 06:40
phanesoriginally i thought it was thrown out for anti-slapp and mjg did not correct when discussing itJul 24 06:41
phanesand he said that it was thrown out because it was protected speechJul 24 06:41
mateyi read that closelyJul 24 06:41
phanesbut what actually happened was it was settled in exchange for reichwein posting as lovecruft to state that she was never raped by himJul 24 06:41
phanesin terms of todd's statements on it, he claims that the process was expensive and was costing too much money, he was running out of money litigating the case and was open to settling to make it stopJul 24 06:42
mateywowJul 24 06:42
mateyso it was both "thrown out" and "settled"Jul 24 06:42
mateysomehowJul 24 06:43
phanesno it was settledJul 24 06:43
phanesmjg was just lyingJul 24 06:43
mateyi got itJul 24 06:43
phaneswhether by omission or directly, i'll let him argue that into an empty grocery bagJul 24 06:43
mateyim interested in the rebuttalJul 24 06:44
phanes"something something, im the real victim here"Jul 24 06:44
mateyi doubt he would say thatJul 24 06:44
phanesnot in those exact wordsJul 24 06:44
phanesbut he'll say it without saying itJul 24 06:45
phanes'''Defendant Sarah Michelle Reichwein (“Defendant”), who goes by theJul 24 06:46
phanesfictitious name Isis Agora Lovecruft, is a self-described “anarchist; hacker; once-upon-atime theoretical physicist.” Like Todd, Defendant regularly attends cryptographyJul 24 06:46
phanesconferences.'''Jul 24 06:46
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mateywhat are you quotingJul 24 06:46
phanesthe original filing for the caseJul 24 06:46
mateyoh because todd wrote the wordingJul 24 06:46
phanesthis is a statement from rosenfield (todd's attorney)Jul 24 06:47
mateyhi britneyJul 24 06:47
phanesnew word: domiciliaryJul 24 06:47
phaneswhat a great wordJul 24 06:48
britneyhey matey Jul 24 06:48
mateyof or related to the home?Jul 24 06:48
phanes 24 06:48
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matey Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans Program - VA Homeless ProgramsJul 24 06:48 24 06:48
matey/me shrugsJul 24 06:49
mateyDomiciliary care is care that is provided in the person's own home. Sometimes called "care at home" or "home care", domiciliary care is when a carer either visits you or lives in your own home, in order to be close at hand to support you. Domiciliary care can be appropriate if you require help with practical tasks or personal care but don't want to move to a care home.Jul 24 06:49
mateythey used to just say home healthcareJul 24 06:49
mateydomiciliary just sounds more expensive, no wonder they switchedJul 24 06:50
matey"well, we do offer home healthcare, but for 500 dollars more per month, we also have a domiciliary care programme"Jul 24 06:50
matey"we want that one!"Jul 24 06:50
matey"the home healthcare one sounds cheap"Jul 24 06:51
mateythey may have slightly different meanings-- i dont think they do howeverJul 24 06:51
mateyDomiciliary administration means the settlement and distribution of a decedent's estate in the state where the defendant was domiciled at death.Jul 24 06:51
mateyits used for all kinds of contextsJul 24 06:52
matey"housecalls"Jul 24 06:52
mateyeven with opthamalogyJul 24 06:52
mateyfor example, if you were that guy that weighed 600 lbsJul 24 06:53
mateyand you needed glassesJul 24 06:53
mateythey might bring the eye doctor to youJul 24 06:53
mateyat least one website confirms its the same damned thing as "home care"Jul 24 06:55
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mateybritney, where do you consider yourself on the political spectrum-- this is not an important question and you should ignore it if it pleases youJul 24 06:59
DaemonFCI'm writing an article about MonkeyPox.Jul 24 06:59
DaemonFCAnd why I won't be getting the vaccine.Jul 24 06:59
phanes"because I don't want to" should be a good enough reason tbhJul 24 07:03
phanesi was required to when they did the federal mandateJul 24 07:04
*phanes puts on his G-man sunglasses and trims his G-man mustache so he'll look good in his G-man suit.Jul 24 07:06
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phanesman this gets weirder the more i read itJul 24 07:17
mateyhowsoJul 24 07:17
matey 24 07:18
DaemonFCYeah, I don't feel I should need to explain myself to the doctor.Jul 24 07:21
DaemonFCMandy will probably just come out and say "They gave me a shot." I'll say, "Why?". "Oh they said I needed one.".Jul 24 07:21
DaemonFCThey get money for giving out shots, so everyone gets lots of shots.Jul 24 07:21
DaemonFCThe Health Department is very patriarchal and condescending to their patients. They don't inform you of your right to decline "treatments" and they don't respect it if you assert yourself.Jul 24 07:22
DaemonFCThey know if you had enough money, you would just go see a real doctor at an office with their name on the wall.Jul 24 07:22
DaemonFCI don't mean "literally controlled by men".Jul 24 07:24
DaemonFCWhat I mean is there's this "father knows best" mentality and "father" is the state.Jul 24 07:24
DaemonFCThat's how Illinois is in general. It's the nanny state.Jul 24 07:24
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DaemonFCI'm also working on a post about how bad the new Red Baron pizzas are.Jul 24 07:42
DaemonFCThey used to be really good.Jul 24 07:43
phanesmjg59_, who is Sarah Filley?Jul 24 07:44
mjg59_matey: Of 4 claims Todd made, 3 were thrown out for being protected speech (including the claim that he was a rapist), and the remaining claim was partially thrown outJul 24 07:45
phanes"partially thrown out"Jul 24 07:45
phanesanyway, can you use the last of your credibility to explain who sarah filley isJul 24 07:45
mjg59_phanes: If you'd prefer "partially dismissed", you can say that insteadJul 24 07:46
phanesmjg59_, so no comment on sarah filley?  these are opportunities for discretion so you might want to take advantage of themJul 24 07:47
mjg59_I'm not familiar with the nameJul 24 07:47
phanesokJul 24 07:47
phanes"partially dismissed"Jul 24 07:47
phanesmoving onJul 24 07:47
matey <mjg59_> matey: Of 4 claims Todd made, 3 were thrown out for being protected speech (including the claim that he was a rapist), and the remaining claim was partially thrown out <- noted mjgJul 24 07:50
mateythats a pretty good rebuttal, better than i anticipatedJul 24 07:50
mjg59_ is the relevant orderJul 24 07:53
mjg59_"For the foregoing reasons, Lovecruft’s motion to strike is granted as to all four StatementsJul 24 07:53
mjg59_to the extent they implicate Lovecruft’s accusations that Todd engaged in sexual misconduct againstJul 24 07:53
mjg59_someone other than Lovecruft, and as to the Second Statement to the extent it involves Lovecruft’sJul 24 07:53
mjg59_personal accusation against Todd. The motion is denied as to Lovecruft’s personal accusationJul 24 07:53
mjg59_against Todd in the Fourth Statement"Jul 24 07:53
phanesmatey, also bear in mind what he's referring to is an anti-slapp measure that bypasses contest of material facts of the case and establishes a likelihood for perseverance if it went to trial, so "partially dismissed" is a pretty misleading descriptor thereJul 24 07:53
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DaemonFCHyundai and KIA found working children as young as 12 in their factories in Alabama.Jul 24 07:54
mateyi DID feel mislead. a little more than usual.Jul 24 07:57
mateyi do think he has a damned good rebuttalJul 24 07:57
mateywhen this happens to columboJul 24 07:57
mateywho i dont model myself after btwJul 24 07:57
mateyrather i take cues from everyone i likeJul 24 07:57
mateyincluding columboJul 24 07:58
phanesyeah its clever, he is going to shift the litmus to judicial determinations in the case instead of the pattern of behaviourJul 24 07:58
mateyhe just nods his head and walks off to think about itJul 24 07:58
mateyand thats what i do tooJul 24 07:58
mateyin my experience, when i am dealing with ANY liarJul 24 07:58
mateyi find time to myself to be more reliable than hypervigilanceJul 24 07:58
mateythe latter just makes you jumpy. sometimes jumpy is useful-- its just as often notJul 24 07:59
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mateypoint being: these things take a bit of time to sort outJul 24 07:59
phanesyepJul 24 07:59
mateyfirst impressions: damned good rebuttalJul 24 07:59
mateylater on: who knowsJul 24 07:59
mateythe low points for me were the stallman letter-- which ive spent years looking into (its a bunch of crap)Jul 24 08:00
mateyand the tso entry, which i find extremely disapppointing, but not terribly surprisingJul 24 08:00
phanesonly happened like a year ago bubJul 24 08:00
mateythe tso entry really gets meJul 24 08:00
phanesyeah i haven't even started much on the tso entryJul 24 08:00
phanesit looks painfulJul 24 08:00
mateyi should be clearer about the stallman letterJul 24 08:00
mateyits a big part of the coupJul 24 08:00
mateythe coup has gone on for longerJul 24 08:01
mateyapart from that it feels like years, some of the claims in it ARE years old actuallyJul 24 08:01
mateyand on top of that theres a heatwave thats been robbing me of sleep this weekJul 24 08:01
mateynot too much-- just enoughJul 24 08:01
mateyso yeah, wait until august to get the stone tablets outJul 24 08:01
phanestheyre not stone tables they're bricks, and my name might be MontresorJul 24 08:03
phanes*tabletsJul 24 08:03
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matey 24 08:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Bob Dylan - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Official Audio) - InvidiousJul 24 08:05
matey 24 08:07
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Leonard Cohen - Anthem - InvidiousJul 24 08:07
mjg59_Also, is the testimony that Todd raped someone (not merely sexually harassed them)Jul 24 08:07
phaneswe'll get to that when it's up in the queueJul 24 08:08
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techrights-newsTop Data Structures That Every Programmer Must Know 24 08:14
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Top Data Structures That Every Programmer Must Know - GeeksforGeeksJul 24 08:14
phanesoh looks like there was some attempt to evade serviceJul 24 08:14
mateyevade service?Jul 24 08:15
mateyohJul 24 08:15
mateymilitaryJul 24 08:15
phanesno service of processJul 24 08:16
mateydont know what that isJul 24 08:16
techrights-newsThe Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 135: Co-Chair Emily Laidlaw on the Work of the Government’s Expert Advisory Group on Online Safety - Michael Geist ⚓ ䷉ Source: michaelgeist | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 08:16
phanesthere's a time limit to serve the defendant in a trialJul 24 08:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 135: Co-Chair Emily Laidlaw on the Work of the Government's Expert Advisory Group on Online Safety - Michael GeistJul 24 08:16
mateyoh thatJul 24 08:16
mateyand so they avoided it possiblyJul 24 08:16
phaneswhat some folks do to try to get out of being sued is bounce around and obfuscate service address and ways of being foundJul 24 08:16
mateyrightJul 24 08:17
phanesnothing says credible quite like constant action to avoid a material contestJul 24 08:17
techrights-newsLOL, "I engaged in a Twitter debate with Matthew Gray" Twitter is NOT a debate platform!!Jul 24 08:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Why The Government's "Policy Intentions" For Bill C-11 Don't Trump the Actual Text - Michael GeistJul 24 08:18
mjg59_phanes: You have evidence that there was an attempt to evade service?Jul 24 08:18
phanesmjg59_, do you have evidence that you're consciousJul 24 08:19
mjg59_Not that can be convincingly presented over this medium, noJul 24 08:19
mjg59_But consciousness is a complicated topic, evading service isn'tJul 24 08:19
mjg59_Failing to find someone's address is not evidence of them evading serviceJul 24 08:20
phanesits not a horribly relevant point to me if they did or did not, i just find it amusing and suspiciousJul 24 08:20
techrights-newsSupreme Court of Canada on Copyright: "Copyright Law Does Not Exist Solely for the Benefit of Authors" - Michael Geist ⚓ ䷉ Source: michaelgeistJul 24 08:20
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Supreme Court of Canada on Copyright: "Copyright Law Does Not Exist Solely for the Benefit of Authors" - Michael GeistJul 24 08:20
mateyconsciousness is a complicated topic <- :)Jul 24 08:21
techrights-news"EARL is Europe’s largest R community event dedicated to showcasing commercial applications of the R language." 24 08:22
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Why this is the year you should take the stage at EARL 2022… | R-bloggersJul 24 08:22
phanesman the houses in san fran are stupidly priced, i know how bad it is, but i still get shocked every time i see itJul 24 08:22
mateyi imagine in most contexts he would make that statement, thats a completely serious statementJul 24 08:22
mateythe way it was processed at a glance was as wry humourJul 24 08:23
mjg59_Penrose spent ages claiming that consciousness was a quantum phenomenon, using microtubules in E. coli as an example to explain how they appeared to have memory to engage in chemotaxisJul 24 08:23
techrights-news"To continue on the 80s tracks, I'll toss on "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds, and we can fill the parlor with hairspray and snap bubble gum in large, obnoxious bubbles when people try to grab our undivided attention." gemini:// 24 08:23
mateysadly, i then thought of instances where it wouldnt be. it was funnier because i dont know if ive ever spotted mjg making a jokeJul 24 08:24
phanesmatey, i want to see proof that he's not a complex stimulus response machineJul 24 08:24
mjg59_Turns out that it's actually just an adaptive response curve in the receptor pathwayJul 24 08:24
matey"consciousness is actually just an adaptive response curve in the receptor pathway. change my mind."Jul 24 08:25
techrights-news"We’re excited to announce that NIMBLE now supports automatic differentiation (AD), also known as algorithmic differentiation, in a beta version available on our website." 24 08:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Beta version of NIMBLE with automatic differentiation, including HMC sampling and Laplace approximation | R-bloggersJul 24 08:25
mateythat should make it a lot easier to simulate. when do teslas become self-aware?Jul 24 08:25
matey/me is not an ai expert. does not for one second pretend to beJul 24 08:25
phanesmatey, tesla's ARE known to self-immolateJul 24 08:26
mateyhell im not even a noviceJul 24 08:26
matey matey, tesla's ARE known to self-immolate <- i think the past few years, if nothing else, prove that activism does not require one to be fully self-awareJul 24 08:26
phaneslolJul 24 08:26
matey :)Jul 24 08:26
mateyalso ive tried initiating verbal commands to teslas before Jul 24 08:28
mateythey might just be following ordersJul 24 08:28
techrights-news"Linux (Pop!_OS v20.04) was installed on it and has been the more trusty workhorse since. Audio is great, replaced the HDD with an SSD, the touch screen works excellently, the battery properly charges again, dual screen and multi-finger track-pad also works fine" 24 08:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | You may now buy Windows 11 licenses directly from Microsoft (but shouldn't) - gHacks Tech NewsJul 24 08:28
mateyi dont know if they even have mics. they might be able to read lips.Jul 24 08:29
phanesmjg59_, btw, around what year did you and the defendant in the todd case meet?Jul 24 08:29
mjg59_2015, I think?Jul 24 08:30
phanesthanksJul 24 08:30
mjg59_I think we'd possibly been in the same place on occasion before then, but I don't remember us communicating before 2015Jul 24 08:31
phanesmjg59_, so what do you think the impact was on ts'o after you defamed him?Jul 24 08:34
techrights-newsWayland Core Protocol is Tailored Only for GNOME and That’s Not a Good Thing [Opinion] • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 08:35
schestowitz[TR2]matey: ibm at it again, crippling gnu/linux by making it less modularJul 24 08:35
mateymaybe they can stuff every function into a single binary blobJul 24 08:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Wayland Core Protocol is Tailored Only for GNOME and That's Not a Good Thing [Opinion] | Tux MachinesJul 24 08:36
mateylinux.sysJul 24 08:36
mateyhell, who needs 8.3Jul 24 08:36
mateysystemd-init.rdJul 24 08:36
techrights-newsSome final analysis and concluding words about the 12-part series regarding despicable attempts to create another patent bubble by artificially increasing grant rates in the area of algorithms/business methods 24 08:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | When Europe’s Largest Patent Office is Governed by Lawyers, Bankers, and Career-Climbing Opportunists Who Violate the European Patent Convention (EPC) for Them | TechrightsJul 24 08:37
techrights-newsToday’s #HowTos | #UNIX • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 08:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's howtos | Tux MachinesJul 24 08:37
mjg59_phanes: I disagree with the foundation of the questionJul 24 08:37
mateymatey: ibm at it again, crippling gnu/linux by making it less modula <- its funny becauseJul 24 08:37
mateyon the one hand, knowing ibm, its completely plausible.Jul 24 08:37
phanesmjg59_, you don't think your false words hurt him in any way?Jul 24 08:37
mateyon the other hand, when you said systemd is microsoft and "now its more obvious"Jul 24 08:38
mateyyou literally never came up with any specific reason it had changed or anything to justify the statementJul 24 08:38
mjg59_phanes: I don't believe there were any false wordsJul 24 08:38
techrights-newsGoogle #Android Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 08:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Android Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 08:38
mateyso im like, "really? howso?"Jul 24 08:38
mateyand i dont even expect a real answerJul 24 08:38
phanesmjg59_, interesting, so, i mean, how do you feel those words impacted him though?Jul 24 08:38
schestowitz[TR2]matey: I all along said sceptical stuff about waylandJul 24 08:39
schestowitz[TR2]if you saw who pushed that and on what premiseJul 24 08:39
schestowitz[TR2]we also klnow ICBM pushes GNOMEJul 24 08:39
mateyfair enoughJul 24 08:39
schestowitz[TR2]and ties everything to itJul 24 08:39
schestowitz[TR2]when ICBM bought Red Hat they quietly abannnndoned KDEJul 24 08:39
mateyi dont recall you ever being a wayland apologist.Jul 24 08:39
mjg59_phanes: I have literally no ideaJul 24 08:39
phanesmjg59_, never thought about it?Jul 24 08:39
mjg59_phanes: He was employed by Google beforehand, he's still employed by Google, so from a professional perspective my guess would be very littleJul 24 08:40
phanesmjg59_, can you recall a time when you caused emotional pain to someone either inadvertently or deliberately?Jul 24 08:40
matey/me personally thinks it helped to destroy any future the linux kernel hadJul 24 08:41
mateybut its just an opinionJul 24 08:41
mjg59_phanes: Oh, yesJul 24 08:41
techrights-newsOpenFlexure is an Open-source 3D-Printed Low-cost Microscope 24 08:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | OpenFlexure is an Open-source 3D-Printed Low-cost MicroscopeJul 24 08:41
techrights-newsMicroscope-PiCam: An Open-source Raspberry Pi Microscope 24 08:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Microscope-PiCam: An Open-source Raspberry Pi MicroscopeJul 24 08:42
phanesmjg59_, got an example, or is this just a blanket "no i have done this, since im not a sociopath" kinda dealJul 24 08:42
techrights-news"Lanchat is a free open-source messenger app for local network messaging (LAN), that works for Windows, Linux, and macOS. It features a built-in encryption, file transfer, automatic connection and terminal UI." 24 08:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Lanchat: The Open-source LAN/ Local Network Messenger is No longer maintainedJul 24 08:43
mjg59_phanes: Nothing that I'm going to discuss publicly, noJul 24 08:43
phanesif you'd like, i can offer you confidence in a private message dialogJul 24 08:43
phanessince, not being a dirtbag, i dont leak pm'Jul 24 08:43
mjg59_You're not my therapist, so I'm going to pass on thatJul 24 08:43
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phanesi assumed as much, just wanted to watch you flop around a bit Jul 24 08:44
phaneslow eq certainly, but, i can't rule out a full blown DSM-registered kind of situationJul 24 08:45
techrights-news"I finally decided to continue a Ph.D. after working as a practitioner for several years. I followed that path to develop expertise in critical thinking, project management, and writing. To date, I find that I’m awful at writing." 24 08:45
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Leaving a PhD Program | R-bloggersJul 24 08:45
techrights-newsHow quickly can you convert floats to doubles (and back)? - Daniel Lemire’s blog ⚓ ䷉ Source: lemire | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 08:46
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*phanes uses sed for that :PJul 24 08:46
techrights-newsNegative incentives in academic research - Daniel Lemire’s blog ⚓ ䷉ Source: lemire | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 08:47
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phanesand poof, just like that, scuttles back to the shadowy corner of the room to stareJul 24 08:49
matey/me clicks on the backlog again, waiting for it to open to the publicJul 24 08:52
matey"letmein"Jul 24 08:52
matey"love"Jul 24 08:52
matey"god"Jul 24 08:52
matey"sesame"Jul 24 08:52
phanesbro are you running a john the ripper against a baptist church blog or somethingJul 24 08:53
matey"genesis"Jul 24 08:53
mateynoJul 24 08:53
mateydid you know that saying paswords out loud while clicking a link in a web browser DOESNT log you in?Jul 24 08:53
matey/me writes a patchJul 24 08:53
mateyin hackers they go over most common (stupid) passwordsJul 24 08:54
mateyincluding "love" and "god" (the latter of which gets them into the mainframe)Jul 24 08:55
mateyyou know youre in the mainframe because it looks like a 3d animated postscript buffer overflowJul 24 08:55
matey"this must be what einstein saw when he dropped acid"Jul 24 08:55
phaneswhenever i hear "mainframe" i think of the shitty abomination called z/OS Jul 24 08:55
mateyif i have to take acid AND study advanced calculus, thats too much effort to get highJul 24 08:56
mateythe mainframe is the computer thats so awesome fisher stevens can ride a skateboard through itJul 24 08:56
mateyi like that movie, even though its basically the technical equivalent of "smurfs"Jul 24 08:57
mateyive never tried the simulating a rotary dial with the cradle switch though, and ive always wanted toJul 24 08:58
techrights-ipfs-bot ▕  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: ▅▅▅▃▆▁█▁▃▂▆▅▆▆▅▇▇▅▅▆▇▆▆▅▆▆▄▅▆▇▅▅▁ avg(k/sec) 34.50 ▕  IPFS upstream: ▁▁▁▁▁██▁▁▁▆▇▁▁▂▁▁▂▁▂▁▁▁▂▁▂▁▂▁▂▁▂▁▂▂▂▁▂▁▂▁▁ avg(k/sec) 26.06▕ swarm size (avg): 0  ⟲Jul 24 08:59
mateybefore they finally scrap pots for the copperJul 24 08:59
techrights-news"For a long time, Linux has perhaps been in a transition from the venerable iptables" ☛ | Source: uni TorontoJul 24 09:00
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Chris's Wiki :: blog/linux/NFTablesInoffensiveJul 24 09:00
techrights-news"Fortunately, with the correct combination of flags, this is actually achievable." ☛ | Source: Data SwampJul 24 09:00
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Solene'% : How to use sshfs on OpenBSDJul 24 09:01
phanes 24 09:01
techrights-news"Docking stations come in many forms with many different purposes" ☛ | Source: ArduinoJul 24 09:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Converting a Commodore PET into a USB docking station | Arduino BlogJul 24 09:01
techrights-news"Thus, the all-SSD high-performance edit NAS—on a budget." ☛ | Source: Jeff GeerlingJul 24 09:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Building a fast all-SSD NAS (on a budget) | Jeff GeerlingJul 24 09:01
techrights-news"Modern web services build their entire businesses on being available and their customers come to expect it." ☛ | Source: Björn WärmedalJul 24 09:02
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Modern Web's Many Single Points of Failure - Björn WärmedalJul 24 09:02
techrights-news"The ICFP Programming Competition is an international programming competition" ☛ | Source: Geeks For GeeksJul 24 09:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How to prepare for ICFP or International Conference on Functional Programming? - GeeksforGeeksJul 24 09:03
techrights-news"Live streaming: Keynotes and talks will be livestreamed on the rstudio::conf website" ☛ | Source: RlangJul 24 09:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Join rstudio::conf(2022) Virtually | R-bloggersJul 24 09:03
techrights-news"CHERITech22 is free; PLISS does have a registration fee" ☛ | Source: Lawrence TrattJul 24 09:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Cannot communicate securely with peer: no common encryption algorithm(s). ( status 0 @ )Jul 24 09:03
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techrights-news"In this blog post, we will perform a deep analysis into GootLoader" ☛ | Source: NVISO LabsJul 24 09:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Analysis of a trojanized jQuery script: GootLoader unleashed – NVISO LabsJul 24 09:05
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techrights-news"The XML is a metafile which represents three different “actual” files." ☛ | Source: ButtondownJul 24 09:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | On Metafiles • ButtondownJul 24 09:05
techrights-news"Despite its pervasiveness, the technology is still prone to headache-inducing issues" ☛ | Source: CNNJul 24 09:07
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Why Bluetooth remains an 'unusually painful' technology after two decades - CNNJul 24 09:07
techrights-news"Well, turns out it's not quite as arbitrary as it may seem." ☛ | Source: Jan SchaumannJul 24 09:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | DNS Response SizeJul 24 09:08
techrights-newsIRC Proceedings: Saturday, July 23, 2022 | Techrights ⚓ | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 09:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IRC Proceedings: Saturday, July 23, 2022 | TechrightsJul 24 09:09
matey 24 09:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | There’s Apparently a New Boss (or Policy) at Red Hat/IBM | TechrightsJul 24 09:10
matey 24 09:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Scientology - What are your crimes? - InvidiousJul 24 09:13
phanesmatey, that's interesting news about kofler.Jul 24 09:14
mateyi honestly assumed you were aware of it alreadyJul 24 09:14
phanesmatey, in all fairness he kind of had it coming.  so does ben cotten.  they both needed replaced because they turn too many blind eyes to what happens in those communities.Jul 24 09:14
mateyhowever, theres so much of this shitJul 24 09:14
mateyi personally cant keep track of it allJul 24 09:14
phanesmatey, im more confused that this isn't about ben cotton than that it's about kevin kofler tbhJul 24 09:15
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mateyi read the tweet about kofler from the link you providedJul 24 09:16
mateythen i was trying to figure out why the name was familiarJul 24 09:16
mateyi read the 2020 page at the link i just provided, in 2020Jul 24 09:16
mateyso clearly his ban was the reason i know the nameJul 24 09:16
phanesmatey, yep he was recently targeted by mjg59_ in a TAODB listed entryJul 24 09:16
mateyi dont know the context of that-- but i presume the two are one in the sameJul 24 09:17
techrights-news12 minutes with a City shirt, already a goal for Haaland 24 09:17
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Bayern Munich 0-1 City: Extended highlightsJul 24 09:17
mateycancel culture is a cult tacticJul 24 09:17
phanesmatey, i haven't done the writeup yet:,%20Matthew/2022-07-08/Jul 24 09:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | TAODBJul 24 09:18
mateyits one thing when its honestJul 24 09:18
mateywhen the motivations and accusations are honestJul 24 09:18
mateywhen its weaponised it usually isnt honestJul 24 09:18
phaneskevin actually wasn't a particularly toxic person, he just had horseblinders on when it came to the issues i harp aboutJul 24 09:19
mateyits pretty difficult to say "youre abusing honesty as a weapon"Jul 24 09:19
mateythough fake honesty is more than commonJul 24 09:20
matey i haven't done the writeup yet <- yeah, this is what i was referring to when i said "i read the tweet about kofler from the link you provided"Jul 24 09:21
mateyim more confused that this isn't about ben cotton <- coupJul 24 09:21
mateythe thing about kevin kofler is i dont know anything about him except that he was bannedJul 24 09:22
mateyand i guess hes a kde guyJul 24 09:22
mateywhich was inevitable i guess, when your name is "kevin kofler"Jul 24 09:22
mateymaybe they decided to go zero tolerance on "kde kevin kofler"Jul 24 09:23 24 09:24
mateyKevin Kofler's open letter about why he was not going to run again for a seat on the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo) was the starting point of the problem thread. But the focus of the discussion was mostly on the update process for Fedora, something which has been roiling the Fedora waters for several months now.Jul 24 09:24
phanesdo you have a link to that open letterJul 24 09:25
techrights-news"The recipe is simple, but quite effective." ☛ | Source: Bozhidar BatsovJul 24 09:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Dealing with Unwanted Email - (think)Jul 24 09:26
mateyi can try to find itJul 24 09:27
techrights-news"Prior to 1960, there was hardly any formal research funding competitions" ☛ | Source: Daniel LemireJul 24 09:27
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techrights-news"Makers Lab will focus on the effect of quantum on image optimisation for satellites etc" ☛ | Source: India TimesJul 24 09:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | quantum: TechM, Mahindra University to set up lab for Metaverse, quantum computing, CIO News, ET CIOJul 24 09:28
techrights-news"Automotive chip order times remain long around the world" ☛ | Source: VOA NewsJul 24 09:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How China Became Ground Zero for the Auto Chip ShortageJul 24 09:28
mateyphanes: <- the open letterJul 24 09:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Open Letter: Why I, Kevin Kofler, am not rerunning for FESCo []Jul 24 09:29
mateyDate:    Mon, 03 May 2010 02:20:51 +0200Jul 24 09:29
techrights-ipfs-bot(ℹ) Planet Gemini updated. Latest complete date at gemini:// and so far today at gemini:// with 3-day aggregate at gemini:// 24 09:30
mateyBasically any proposal I filed was systematically shot down. Even thingsJul 24 09:30
matey    which should be obvious such as:Jul 24 09:30
matey    . calling GNOME by its name rather than the generic "Desktop" orJul 24 09:30
matey    . eliminating the useless bureaucratic red tape of FESCo ratification forJul 24 09:30
matey      FPC guidelines which just wastes everyone's time and constitutes pureJul 24 09:30
matey      process inefficiencyJul 24 09:30
matey    got only incomprehension.Jul 24 09:30
matey  I have come to the conclusion that it is just plain impossible for a singleJul 24 09:30
matey  person to change FESCo's ways and that therefore I am just wasting my timeJul 24 09:30
matey  there.Jul 24 09:30
mateyi dont plan to post the whole thingJul 24 09:30
schestowitz[TR2]koffler: 24 09:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | There’s Apparently a New Boss (or Policy) at Red Hat/IBM | TechrightsJul 24 09:30
mateyalready posted that urlJul 24 09:30
matey08:10 <matey> 24 09:31
mateystill wonder why he was bannedJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]"- Basically any proposal I filed was systematically shot down. Even thingsJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]    which should be obvious such as:Jul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]    . calling GNOME by its name rather than the generic "Desktop" orJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]    . eliminating the useless bureaucratic red tape of FESCo ratification forJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]      FPC guidelines which just wastes everyone's time and constitutes pureJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]      process inefficiencyJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]    got only incomprehension."Jul 24 09:31
mateythe open letter is from a decade priorJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]matey: daemon knows moreJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]he said he had criticise come corporationsJul 24 09:31
schestowitz[TR2]ONLY RED HAT STAFF CAN DO THISJul 24 09:32
schestowitz[TR2]like bashing []sic] NVIDIAJul 24 09:32
mateyIf you would like a KDE SIGJul 24 09:32
mateyperson in FESCo, vote for Steven M. Parrish (and vote for Rex Dieter for theJul 24 09:32
mateyBoard). Jul 24 09:32
schestowitz[TR2]"vote for Steven M. Parrish (and vote for Rex Dieter for theJul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]Board)"Jul 24 09:33
mateyso he suggested people elect (in 2010) the same person who banned him (in 2020)Jul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]ohJul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]you noticed the sae!!Jul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]I was about the quote that tooJul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]he tried to open support ticketsJul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]to get unbannedJul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]i mailed himJul 24 09:33
schestowitz[TR2]he did not replyJul 24 09:34
mateyCommon sense is just generally lacking, see e.g. the decision that the GNOMEJul 24 09:34
matey    spin should continue being called "Desktop Spin", despite evidence that thisJul 24 09:34
matey    is confusing many usersJul 24 09:34
mateythis is what i did when esr got bannedJul 24 09:34
mateyi tried to find what pissed people off so muchJul 24 09:34
techrights-news"The researchers behind the "pioneering" Luxembourgish study" ☛ | Source: RTLJul 24 09:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | RTL Today - Luxembourg Institute of Health: Researchers find up to 88 different pollutants in children's hairJul 24 09:34
mateyof course today i would just say "i mean, its esr"Jul 24 09:34
techrights-news"Healthy" censorship ☛ | Source: Hollywood ReporterJul 24 09:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | YouTube Says It Will Remove Videos Showing Abortion Misinformation – The Hollywood ReporterJul 24 09:34
mateybut at the time i was really curiousJul 24 09:34
mateybanning founders is USUALLY sillyJul 24 09:35
mateyeven banning esr is probably sillyJul 24 09:35
schestowitz[TR2]he got markedJul 24 09:35
schestowitz[TR2]like preiningJul 24 09:35
schestowitz[TR2]then they just needed some groundsJul 24 09:35
schestowitz[TR2]to make it seem like a legit grievanceJul 24 09:35
mateyAll the power in Fedora is being centralized into 2 major committees: theJul 24 09:36
matey    Board and FESCo. FESCo is responsible for a lot of things all taking upJul 24 09:36
matey    meeting time, leading to lengthy meetings and little time for discussion.Jul 24 09:36
matey    Many of those things could be handled better in a more decentralized way.Jul 24 09:36
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techrights-newsGulag sent him to the gulag ☛ | Source: Dawn MediaJul 24 09:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Google fires software engineer who claimed its AI chatbot is sentient - Tech - DAWN.COMJul 24 09:36
mateyMaintainers are continuously being distrusted. It all started with theJul 24 09:36
matey    provenpackager policy, where every single provenpackager has to be voted inJul 24 09:36
matey    by a FESCo majority vote, as opposed to letting any sponsor approve peopleJul 24 09:36
matey    as provenpackagers as originally planned, or just opening all our packagesJul 24 09:36
matey    to everyone as was the case in the old ExtrasJul 24 09:36
mateyyeah really, fuck this guyJul 24 09:36
techrights-newsMicrosoft Windows TCO ☛ | Source: India TimesJul 24 09:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Albania resumes public online services, probes cyberattack, CIO News, ET CIOJul 24 09:36
mateymaking suggestions-- who does thatJul 24 09:36
mateysaying where bottlenecks existJul 24 09:37
mateyhaving the nerve to say bureacracy is stubborn and unhelpfulJul 24 09:37
mateyLETS GET HIMJul 24 09:37
mateythough im sure im missing something hereJul 24 09:37
techrights-newsSurveillance with fonts ☛ | Source: Daniel AleksandersenJul 24 09:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | TeamViewer installs suspicious font only useful for web fingerprinting | Ctrl blogJul 24 09:38
mateyROFLJul 24 09:38
mateythe policy for overzealous hall monitors in fedoraJul 24 09:38
mateyis ACTUALLY CALLED the "hall monitor policy"Jul 24 09:38
techrights-newsSurveillance of medical data... by Bezos ☛ | Source: India TimesJul 24 09:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | amazon: Amazon spending $3.9 bn in expanding health care push, CIO News, ET CIOJul 24 09:38
mateyi guess calling it the busybody douchebag policy sounded unprofessionalJul 24 09:39
techrights-newsBill Gates propaganda network 'guardian': "A recent article in The Guardian parroted evidence-free allegations that The Grayzone’s Aaron Maté is "the most prolific spreader of disinformation" about Syria among a "network" of "conspiracy theorists."" ☛ | Source: ScheerpostJul 24 09:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-VIDEO: Aaron Maté Challenges Guardian on Syria – scheerpost.comJul 24 09:40
mateyVidal quoted a blanket provision in the policy that allows thread closure posts for ""aggressive or problematic mailing list threads"" as the reason the action was taken. That didn't sit well with a number of folks. Kofler complained: ""This vague paragraph can be abused to justify censoring pretty much everything.""Jul 24 09:41
techrights-newsRockchip ☛ | Source: Linux GizmosJul 24 09:41
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techrights-news"This is the seventh part of Calc Basics and in this chance we will learn about VLOOKUP formula." ☛ | Source: UbuntubuzzJul 24 09:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | LibreOffice Calc Basics VII: VLOOKUPJul 24 09:41
techrights-news"Russia's entire cinema industry is on the brink of collapse." ☛ | Source: Torrent FreakJul 24 09:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-127 Russian Cinemas Resort to Piracy, Movie Boss Says: "I Don't Blame Them" * TorrentFreakJul 24 09:42
mateyMcGrath is firmly in the camp that Fedora should first decide what it is and what its goals are, and then ask those who are ""chronically unhappy"" with that direction to leave the project. That would lead to less contentious mailing list threads among other things. It's a hard problem, he said, and ""we don't want everyone who's unhappy with Fedora to leave"" Jul 24 09:42
matey 24 09:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Of hall monitors and slippery slopes []Jul 24 09:42
mateyWhile the goals of the hall monitor policy are generally good, it isn't clear that making decisions on specific threads to try to stop discussions getting "out of hand" is a good way forward. It is something of a "slippery slope". There are too many fine lines that need to be drawn—and then challenged by dissenters—that it may just be an exercise in futility. Jul 24 09:43
mateyFor the current problem thread, at least, the real underlying issues have yet to be completely addressed. As Fedora moves toward implementing the new packaging rules, which may slow down the usual Fedora update stream, the decline in users and contributors that Kofler envisions may occur.Jul 24 09:44
mateyincluding kofler i guessJul 24 09:44
techrights-newsSoftware Patents: "Mr. Bessen then got in touch with his former roommate at Harvard University, Eric Maskin, who had become an economics professor at their alma mater." ☛ | Source: New York TimesJul 24 09:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How Software Is Stifling Competition and Slowing Innovation - The New York TimesJul 24 09:44
techrights-newsPatents ☛ | Source: Mexico News DailyJul 24 09:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | A song to dance the USMCA: the week's news conferencesJul 24 09:44
phanesshit it's almost 5amJul 24 09:45
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mateyits 5am somewhereJul 24 09:46
mateygrenada, apparentlyJul 24 09:49
mateynearly 6Jul 24 09:49
schestowitz[TR2]boston area..Jul 24 09:49
mateynearly 5Jul 24 09:50
schestowitz[TR2]ETJul 24 09:50
mateybut in grenada its already 5Jul 24 09:50
phanes"""...move the Court to strike Plaintiff Peter Todd’s (“Todd”) complaint pursuant to California’s anti-SLAPP statute...complaint should be stricken because the sole cause of action, for defamation, raises a matter of public concern, and Todd cannot produce evidence sufficient to meet his burden under section 425.16 of the California Code of Civil Procedure"""Jul 24 09:51
mateyhere is where its already 5amJul 24 09:51
techrights-newsSandbag and Zuckerface attacked democracy, profited from it ☛ | Source: The VergeJul 24 09:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg are set to be deposed about Cambridge Analytica - The VergeJul 24 09:51
matey,_QJul 24 09:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | List of UTC offsets - WikipediaJul 24 09:51
phanesthis defense doesn't rest on grounds of truth but abuse of anti-slapp precedents and "can't prove it bub" Jul 24 09:52
techrights-news"Caledonian Sleeper did in fact let passengers know the service was cancelled" ☛ "tweeting at seven minutes"... TWITTER IS NOT A COMMUNICATION PLATFORM, it's a Saudi-owned censorship machineJul 24 09:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | RTL Today - Scotland: Man spends night on sleeper train, wakes to find it never left the stationJul 24 09:54
techrights-news"Alan MacLeod, who published a piece last week about ex-CIA agents working at Facebook" ☛ | Source: The HillJul 24 09:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Reporter: Facebook using ex-CIA to decide misinformation policy is ‘very, very worrying’ | The HillJul 24 09:54
matey/me doesnt know if roy gets the reference (probably)Jul 24 09:55
techrights-news">In previous investigations, this author has detailed how TikTok is flooded with NATO officials" ☛ | Source: Mint Press NewsJul 24 09:55
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Meet the Ex-CIA Agents Deciding Facebook's Content PolicyJul 24 09:55
techrights-news"American Data Privacy and Protection Act" ☛ | Source: Broadband BreakfastJul 24 09:55
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Positive and Negative Responses to Committee's Action on American Data Privacy and Protection Act : Broadband BreakfastJul 24 09:55
mateytheres a song (and im sure a phrase that predates it) that goes "its 5 oclock somewhere"Jul 24 09:55
schestowitz[TR2]i didn't knowJul 24 09:56
schestowitz[TR2]camp grenada I know...Jul 24 09:56
mateymeaning that non-drunks dont go to get drunk until 5pm or somethingJul 24 09:56
schestowitz[TR2]there's thaqt tooJul 24 09:56
mateyor, that youre still at workJul 24 09:56
schestowitz[TR2]same artistJul 24 09:56
schestowitz[TR2]camp grenadaJul 24 09:56
schestowitz[TR2]and drinking man's dietJul 24 09:56
mateycamp grenada is olderJul 24 09:56
schestowitz[TR2]boose in the cerealJul 24 09:56
mateythis is jimmy buffet and alan jackson, i thinkJul 24 09:57
schestowitz[TR2]I have those on diskJul 24 09:57
schestowitz[TR2] 24 09:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (Camp Granada Song) with Lyrics Sing-Along, Allan Sherman, 1963, updated - InvidiousJul 24 09:57
schestowitz[TR2] 24 09:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Allan Sherman - The Drinking Man's Diet (1965) - InvidiousJul 24 09:57
techrights-news"Since the unlawful processing of personal data for political advertising" ☛ | Source: Patrick BreyerJul 24 09:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | New Rules on political advertising to stop voter manipulation! – Patrick BreyerJul 24 09:58
techrights-newsMicrosoft Windows TCO ☛ | Source: Security WeekJul 24 09:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Understanding the Evolution of Cybercrime to Predict its Future | SecurityWeek.ComJul 24 09:59
mateyincidentally i abhor country music as a genreJul 24 09:59
mateyi think jimmy buffet is lovely but i dont generally consider him "country music"Jul 24 09:59
phanesleave the jimmy, take the warrenJul 24 09:59
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mateynot all southern musicians are country music artists. hes from alabama i thinkJul 24 09:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Headaches - InvidiousJul 24 09:59
schestowitz[TR2]his voice is terrible btwJul 24 09:59
phanes</italian accent>Jul 24 09:59
mateywhat does warren buffet singJul 24 10:00
matey/me bets a canole can sing better than warren buffetJul 24 10:00
phanesmatey, the money songJul 24 10:00
schestowitz[TR2]gates was into "my way"Jul 24 10:00
schestowitz[TR2]his wayJul 24 10:00
schestowitz[TR2]flying with epsteinJul 24 10:00
schestowitz[TR2]in the lolita expressJul 24 10:00
schestowitz[TR2]there was an article about how he was into that songJul 24 10:00
matey/me imagines warren buffet singing "money money money, money! MONNNEEEYYY!"Jul 24 10:00
schestowitz[TR2]I guess his way and his thinking... he doesn't think like the rest of usJul 24 10:01
techrights-news"The award extends the ANES, a widely used research data series at the U-M Institute for Social Research" ☛ | Source: uni MichiganJul 24 10:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | U-M research data series awarded $14M to study 2024 elections | The University RecordJul 24 10:01
techrights-newsNational Science Foundation (NSF) ☛ | Source: ForbesJul 24 10:02
matey"you sang a song called 'my way' but someone else wrote it" epic rap battles of history: freddie mercury vs frank sinatraJul 24 10:02
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | National Science Foundation Awards $14 Million Grant For The Study Of National 2024 ElectionJul 24 10:02
techrights-news"The Accountable Institutions and Behavior Program in the Directorate for Social" ☛ |Jul 24 10:02
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 2024 American National Election Study Competition (ANES) (nsf21601) | NSF - National Science FoundationJul 24 10:02
schestowitz[TR2]matey: real one?Jul 24 10:02
matey"easy, jaws of life, i cant stand a racist! i love the coloreds and the queers, just ask sammy davis!"Jul 24 10:02
schestowitz[TR2]I did not see itJul 24 10:02
mateyno, erb is epic lloyd and nicepeter Jul 24 10:03
techrights-news"Linux myths have been floating around on the [Internet] for a very long time." ☛ | Source: Make Use OfJul 24 10:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 7 Myths About Linux That You Should Stop BelievingJul 24 10:04
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Gordon Ramsay vs Julia Child. Epic Rap Battles of History - InvidiousJul 24 10:06
techrights-newsI see that clickfraud spamnil has taken the fraud up another notch. Linux Foundation subsides fraud.Jul 24 10:07
techrights-newsNarendra Modi, puppet of Bill Gates and other high-profile criminals ☛ | Source: Times Higher EducationJul 24 10:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Indian scholars report intimidation and harassment | Times Higher Education (THE)Jul 24 10:10
techrights-news</li>Jul 24 10:12
techrights-newsLinux Foundation defrauds people. It damages the "Linux" brand. 24 10:12
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | New Lows: Linux Foundation Defrauding Clients | TechrightsJul 24 10:12
techrights-news"[...] work being sabotaged last one year" ☛ | Source: India TimesJul 24 10:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ‘Harassed and targeted’ Tanushree Dutta says she will not resort to suicide but will fight | Hindi Movie News - Times of IndiaJul 24 10:13
techrights-news"actress Tanushree Dutta has spoken out yet again about being harassed by #metoo perpetrators." ☛ | Source: Essel GroupJul 24 10:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Tanushree Dutta claims 'harassment by Bollywood mafia' in an Instagram post, says 'will not commit suicide' - Entertainment NewsJul 24 10:13
techrights-news"Tweet an apology or go to jail" ☛ | Source: India TodayJul 24 10:14
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 'Tweet apology or go to jail': Foreign journo says she was threatened by Taliban - World NewsJul 24 10:14
mateydistro is to free software as internet explorer is to windowsJul 24 10:14
techrights-news[Old] "IWMF announces Courage in Journalism Awards. Women journalists from Ukraine..." ☛ | Source: Morningstar USJul 24 10:14
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-IWMF Announces 2022 Courage in Journalism Award Winners | MorningstarJul 24 10:14
techrights-newsIBASE... Back doors again: "A few days ago, IBASE unveiled an ATX motherboard debuting the 12th Gen Intel Core processors." ☛ | Source: Linux GizmosJul 24 10:17
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techrights-newsViral Video: Goat Cries and Hugs Owner as He Sells It to Butcher For Bakra Eid. Watch ⚓ 24 10:22
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | RTL Today - Scotland: Man spends night on sleeper train, wakes to find it never left the stationJul 24 10:23
techrights-newsiophk: the press is still helping Microsoft conflate attacks with successful breachesJul 24 10:24
techrights-news"mjg already killed linux anyway" 24 10:25
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techrights-news"You can deal with Security Theater Boot by turning it off in the firmware setup and then never worrying about it fucking up your system again." ... for now ... 24 10:26
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techrights-news"linus torvalds said he uses webmail now" iophk: :( :( :( no wonder he can't get work doneJul 24 10:27
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techrights-newsMurderers running the world. Hey, how's Jamal Khashoggi? "Well, he's dead..." 24 10:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Saudi crown prince to visit Greece to sign energy, telecoms deals, CIO News, ET CIOJul 24 10:29
techrights-newsStarbucks ☛ | Source: Common DreamsJul 24 10:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 'Historic Moment in American Labor': Starbucks Workers Notch 200th Union WinJul 24 10:31
schestowitz[TR2]matey: can you elaboate?Jul 24 10:32
schestowitz[TR2]windows is an OSJul 24 10:32
schestowitz[TR2]free software is a conceptJul 24 10:32
schestowitz[TR2]distro is a an OSJul 24 10:32
schestowitz[TR2]IE is malwareJul 24 10:33
schestowitz[TR2]so I don't get the analogy, in that orderJul 24 10:33
schestowitz[TR2]unless:Jul 24 10:33
schestowitz[TR2]distro is to free software Jul 24 10:33
mateyinternet explorer is the shit you cant remove from windowsJul 24 10:33
schestowitz[TR2]is freedom to free softwareJul 24 10:33
mateyso is everything else for the most partJul 24 10:33
schestowitz[TR2]and at Microsoft, malware it to malwareOSJul 24 10:33
mateya distro is the shit you cant remove from free softwareJul 24 10:33
mateyin theory this is completely untrue of courseJul 24 10:34
mateyyou can remove basically anythingJul 24 10:34
schestowitz[TR2]yeahJul 24 10:34
mateyin practice... less soJul 24 10:34
schestowitz[TR2]or roll out your ownJul 24 10:34
mateygetting harder and harder to do, thats the pointJul 24 10:34
schestowitz[TR2]or reuse existing prototypesJul 24 10:34
mateydistro = bundlingJul 24 10:34
schestowitz[TR2]some do not have wayland, pulseaudio, microsoft systemdJul 24 10:34
mateythe harder they make it to unbundle, the more its like internet explorer in windowsJul 24 10:34
mateydistros dont technically have to bundle anythingJul 24 10:35
mateythey usually doJul 24 10:35
mateythey dont have to make it harder to unbundleJul 24 10:35
mateybut its a big trendJul 24 10:35
mateyand its not just the distros fault (but sometimes it is)Jul 24 10:36
mateysoftware can be designed that way-- for example, systemd is like that no matter what distro you use, almostJul 24 10:36
mateybut thats the thingJul 24 10:36
mateysystemd is a distro disguised as a component (or components) of a distroJul 24 10:37
mateyits basically the beginning of an osJul 24 10:37
mateywho knows what basic features it will suck up nextJul 24 10:37
mateydns, home folders, firewall, emulatorJul 24 10:38
mateywhatever ibm wantsJul 24 10:38
mateyif you look at some of the shit putin has rolled outJul 24 10:38
mateyand you look at systemdJul 24 10:38
mateyits almost like the gnu replacement putin builtJul 24 10:38
mateythis being a sidepoint, albeit a funny oneJul 24 10:39
mateyits kind of a mr potato head designJul 24 10:39
mateyyou have this giant unweilding thingJul 24 10:40
mateythen you poke a bunch of other unwieldy things into itJul 24 10:40
mateyto make a sort of monster/toy/whatever the fuck it isJul 24 10:40
mateybut all of it is designed to take over something it has no business invadingJul 24 10:41
mateyi would prefer if distros were so modular you could just mix and match themJul 24 10:42
mateyim aware of technical reasons why thats either difficult or impossibleJul 24 10:42
mateybut thats the level of modularity we would be seeking. instead, every distro wants to be the "boss"Jul 24 10:42
mateyto be sure, a lot of it is incidental, de facto, even hard to get past if you want toJul 24 10:43
mateyused to be installers were mostly distro specificJul 24 10:43
mateythats changed, theyre becoming more genericJul 24 10:43
mateydebian using ubuntus installer, many distros using a 3rd party installerJul 24 10:43
mateyrefracta-tools is another exampleJul 24 10:43
mateyrather refracta installerJul 24 10:44
mateypackage managers used to be distro specific-- still are, mostlyJul 24 10:44
mateyguix is an exception. i dont like it, wouldnt use it, but we need to think about that as a conceptJul 24 10:44
mateyguix is a 3rd party package manager for more than one distroJul 24 10:45
mateynow, what if you could build a "distro" solely out of 3rd party components?Jul 24 10:45
mateythat would be amazingJul 24 10:45
mateyits like it wouldnt even be a distro Jul 24 10:46
mateyin the sense of a distro being a central point of bundlingJul 24 10:46
mateythe evils of debian would not existJul 24 10:46
mateythings like systemd mightJul 24 10:46
mateythis wouldnt cure all illsJul 24 10:46
mateyit would cure one illJul 24 10:46
mateyothers would still existJul 24 10:46
mateyim not even saying that in a world like that, no one should ever build an old-fashioned "integrated" distroJul 24 10:47
mateyonly that if we had the option of putting together our own from 3rd party componentsJul 24 10:47
techrights-newsStarbucks ☛ | Source: TruthOutJul 24 10:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Starbucks Workers Officially Reach 200 Union Election VictoriesJul 24 10:47
mateyready to install, using some tool to bake those things into an image...Jul 24 10:47
techrights-news"Newborn babies can be tricky to figure out, especially for first-time parents." ☛ | Source: HackadayJul 24 10:48
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Machine Learning Baby Monitor Prevents The Hunger Games | HackadayJul 24 10:48
mateythats way better than a committee telling you sorry, thats not available for debian anymore because we just dont like it and fuck what users wantJul 24 10:48
mateythe distro is a bottleneck for users controlling their computingJul 24 10:48
techrights-news<li>Jul 24 10:48
mateyit limits what they can doJul 24 10:48
techrights-newsPatents ☛ | Source: HackadayJul 24 10:48
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Patents And The Missing Museum | HackadayJul 24 10:49
mateyand for most of its history that was de facto and more innocentJul 24 10:49
mateynow its by design more and moreJul 24 10:49
mateyeither way-- its something worth fixing imoJul 24 10:49
mateythe best part is, it means instead of distro maintainers doing all the workJul 24 10:49
mateyeach software developer does a piece of somethingJul 24 10:49
mateytheres no need for a "big distro" in theoryJul 24 10:50
mateyeasier said than done? sure. probably take 15 years? who knowsJul 24 10:50
mateya direction worth going in for free software? probablyJul 24 10:50
mateyeven if it took 25 yearsJul 24 10:50
mateyless distro. more software.Jul 24 10:50
mateyand for these intents and purposes, systemd is absolutely a distroJul 24 10:51
mateyyou want to be able to swap things outJul 24 10:51
mateysystemd really isnt like thatJul 24 10:51
mateyi am stretching the meaning of the word a bit to explain thisJul 24 10:52
mateythe idea still works if you define distro properly / conventionallyJul 24 10:52
mateyonly then it takes longer to explain the conceptJul 24 10:52
mateyfor the most part, when i say distro i mean exactly what everyone else means when they say distroJul 24 10:53
techrights-news"SongBird turntable" ☛ | Source: HackadayJul 24 10:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Is 3D Printing Up To A Turntable? | HackadayJul 24 10:54
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techrights-newsAmid inflation ☛ | Source: Common DreamsJul 24 10:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Right-Wing Judge Bars $18 Minimum Wage From California's 2022 BallotJul 24 10:59
techrights-news"Perhaps the weakest point in modern electronics when it comes to user servicability is the lifecycle of the batteries" ☛ | Source: HackadayJul 24 11:02
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Adding A Battery To Extend Speaker Life | HackadayJul 24 11:02
techrights-newsPlotter ☛ | Source: HackadayJul 24 11:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Purpose-Built Plotter Pitches In To Solve Wordblitz On Your Phone | HackadayJul 24 11:03
techrights-newsAnother patent racket? ☛ | Source: Common DreamsJul 24 11:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | WHO Declares Monkeypox a Global Public Health EmergencyJul 24 11:04
techrights-news"Whitney discusses the parallels between the “rescue” of Emergent Biosolutions with anthrax (and potentially now monkeypox) and the “rescue” of Moderna and BioNTech with Covid." 24 11:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Monkeypox Fears May Rescue Endangered CorporationsJul 24 11:05
techrights-news"Improve a mechanical device, and you may double productivity." ☛ | Source: HackadayJul 24 11:06
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Hack Your Brain: Bionic Reading — Panacea Or Placebo? | HackadayJul 24 11:06
mateydurkheim may have recommended civil disobedience before thoreauJul 24 11:06
mateyhe said that crime was essentially necessary, and that one route to changing (unjust laws in) society was to break (unjust) lawsJul 24 11:07
mateyi think thoreau was more influential (on this topic) so he gets more creditJul 24 11:08
mateyjobs didnt invent mp3 players, but he sold more of them to more peopleJul 24 11:08
matey"it would never have been possible to establish the freedom of thought we now enjoy if the regulations prohibiting it had not been violated before being solemnly abrogated."Jul 24 11:10
mateybreaking stupid rules = freedomJul 24 11:11
mateyfollowing GOOD rules = sometimes goodJul 24 11:11
mateybreaking stupid rules = also goodJul 24 11:11
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mateycoc-masters cant tell the difference (or simply DONT tell the difference) between good ideals and good rulesJul 24 11:12
mateya terrible rule takes you towards an ideal the same way a terrible road takes you to a place you want to beJul 24 11:12
mateymaybe it just destroys your car on the way there and leaves you strandedJul 24 11:13
mateyi certainly cant think of how thats happened to the free software movementJul 24 11:13
mateyeverything is fucking GREAT nowJul 24 11:13
mateyeveryones happy, and weve destroyed anyone who disagreesJul 24 11:13
mateysounds goodJul 24 11:14
mateythe next step is mandatory happiness. this acheives two goalsJul 24 11:14
phanesdurkheim++Jul 24 11:14
mateyfirst, making happiness mandatory means MORE PEOPLE WILL BE HAPPYJul 24 11:15
mateythat alone is an excellent argument for mandatory happinessJul 24 11:15
mateybut another thing to consider, is that if happiness is mandatory, it will be harder for anyone to say that our brilliant plans were unsuccessfulJul 24 11:15
phanessounds like the corporate lifeJul 24 11:15
mateyin theory at least, it will be impossibleJul 24 11:15
phanesin corporate settings god forbid you not be happyJul 24 11:16
matey<phanes> sounds like the corporate life <- is there any other?Jul 24 11:16
mateyi shudder to think of the poor unwashed souls who never knew the love of a corporationJul 24 11:16
phanesnevermind the fact that these grey cubicle walls have claimed the souls of 2 generations of scholars and champions, if you so much as acknowledge the shallow, broken consciousnesses that perpetuate this bland hellscape you had better have an offer on standbyJul 24 11:17
mateyone of these days we may even find a way to break poes lawJul 24 11:17
mateynevermind the fact that these grey cubicle walls have claimed the souls of 2 generations of scholars and championsJul 24 11:17
mateysure but you cant make an omelette, etc etcJul 24 11:17
phanesa tin sardine can packed to the brim with people who desperately hate each other after the first year of their coexistence attemptJul 24 11:18
techrights-newsRaspberry Pi Tracks Airport Arrivals and Departures | Tom's Hardware ⚓ ䷉ Source: tomshardware | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 11:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Raspberry Pi Tracks Airport Arrivals and Departures | Tom's HardwareJul 24 11:18
techrights-newsDevices that represents some freedom connected to malicious, oppressive listening device controlled by thugs 24 11:19
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Amazon Alexa Controls Raspberry Pi Pico Door Lock | Tom's HardwareJul 24 11:19
techrights-newsRaspberry Pi Powers Machine Learning Terminator | Tom's Hardware ⚓ ䷉ Source: tomshardware | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 11:19
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Raspberry Pi Powers Machine Learning Terminator | Tom's HardwareJul 24 11:19
phanesit always surprises me too becuse there can be no sane motiviation to suppress acknowledging it that i have found, as the reason they hate the cubicles, the walls, each other, is because they recognize that they are surrounded by the breaking and the broken, and see the blkeak depravity forming in everyone around them, promising to consume them nextJul 24 11:20
phanesnot talking about it doesn't preserve some cultural secretJul 24 11:20
phanesthey all knowJul 24 11:20
techrights-newsRaspberry Pi Zero 2 W Lego-Powered Submarine Makes a Splash | Tom's Hardware ⚓ ䷉ Source: tomshardware | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 11:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Lego-Powered Submarine Makes a Splash | Tom's HardwareJul 24 11:21
mateydifferent wards, same prisonJul 24 11:21
phanesthis is reinforced so heavily, to go against their humanity that by the time they have the weight to say something they no longer want to, because they've grown into the wallsJul 24 11:21
mateyoffice buildings used to be minimum security wardsJul 24 11:21
mateynow theyre mediumJul 24 11:21
mateyminimum just wasnt working outJul 24 11:21
techrights-newsRaspberry Pi Backpack Is Ready for Hacking on the Go | Tom's Hardware ⚓ ䷉ Source: tomshardware | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 11:22
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Raspberry Pi Backpack Is Ready for Hacking on the Go | Tom's HardwareJul 24 11:22
matey"you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave"Jul 24 11:22
techrights-news"To make the mirror worth staring at even for those who aren’t vain, the Cellar Nerd replaced the sensors in the center of the Webb Space Telescope’s mirror array with a salvaged 15.6-inch laptop screen connected to a Raspberry Pi 2 that holds actual images captured by the real telescope" 24 11:22
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | This James Webb Space Telescope Mirror Displays Real JWST ImagesJul 24 11:22
techrights-newsFailing to disclose that Red Hat is paying them for these puff pieces, or selective disclosing that, sometimes... 24 11:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-How Red Hat’s new CEO Matt Hicks revealed his view of IT through interviews with theCUBE - SiliconANGLEJul 24 11:26
techrights-newsThis only works if you've already taken over the machine 24 11:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-New Cross-Platform 'Luna' Ransomware Only Offered to Russian Affiliates | SecurityWeek.ComJul 24 11:28
techrights-newsWith Windows, there are back doors. With Linux, however, you need to first get in somehow. The media fails to mention this. 24 11:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Intezer Documents Powerful 'Lightning Framework' Linux Malware | SecurityWeek.ComJul 24 11:29
techrights-newsFreeBSD Foundation: FreeBSD in Science • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 11:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | FreeBSD Foundation: FreeBSD in Science | Tux MachinesJul 24 11:30
techrights-newsSo don't run this script. Nobody forces you to. 24 11:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - SANS Internet Storm CenterJul 24 11:31
mateyif ross from friends played a marxist caricature henchman working for dr evil, who was then asked to explain true crime (note ross worked in a museum of history and gave tours, and went to the william shatner school of acting) 24 11:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | What is the Purpose of True Crime? | We're In Hell - InvidiousJul 24 11:33
techrights-newsUsing Microsoft backdoorsware to do "research" into security is a gas! 24 11:33
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - SANS Internet Storm CenterJul 24 11:33
techrights-newsMicrosofters @ sans dot edu :-) ... about the cult, about the back doors, not about securityJul 24 11:34
mateyi dont understand the costumes and they really really distract from the rest of the thingJul 24 11:35
mateytheyve got to be an in joke of some kindJul 24 11:35
techrights-newsSANS: let's use back doors OS in WINDOWS to "prove" SSH is 'dangerous'...Jul 24 11:36
phanesreichwein's account from the case has what i view as a continuity defect in it.  im too tired to process it.  will come back to this later.Jul 24 11:36
techrights-newsA disturbing proportion of people in the US seem to have adopted the mindset of incest apologism 24 11:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Rape and incest exceptions in abortion bans aren’t common - VoxJul 24 11:38
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techrights-news"I mentioned a new committer for DragonFly, Sergey Zigachev, recently. He hasn’t shown in the commit logs for DragonFly directly – cause he’s fixing up dports. I’m mentioning that because the amount of work that goes into dports to keep all those ports working on DragonFly is separate and unseen – but necessary." 24 11:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Where the (dports) action is – DragonFly BSD DigestJul 24 11:41
techrights-newsContributing to Open Source Beyond Software Development • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 11:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Contributing to Open Source Beyond Software Development | Tux MachinesJul 24 11:44
techrights-newsGlenn Greenwald on Tucker Carlson, Left-Wing Authoritarians, and Identity Politics ⚓ ䷉ Source: reason | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 11:45
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Glenn Greenwald on Tucker Carlson, Left-Wing Authoritarians, and Identity PoliticsJul 24 11:45
techrights-newsAnd why didn't BillBC mention Bill Gates' ties (very strong ties!) to Jeffrey Epstein? Because Famous Criminal Gates bribes BBC and it takes the bribes 24 11:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Sam McAlister on booking Prince Andrew and the BBC's class issueJul 24 11:47
techrights-newsParagraph REMOVED! "López Obrador has repeatedly criticized the Biden administration, including decrying U.S. efforts to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from the U.K. for prosecution. He has vowed to bring up the topic during Tuesday’s meeting, and Biden officials say they are ready to discuss it." 24 11:50
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Mexico agrees to invest $1.5B in ‘smart’ border technology | Federal News NetworkJul 24 11:50
techrights-newsMexican President Renewed Asylum Offer for Assange in Letter to Biden 24 11:50
techrights-news"Mr. López Obrador vowed to “start a campaign to tear down the Statue of Liberty” if Mr. Assange is “sentenced to the maximum penalty” in the United States." 24 11:51
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techrights-newsLiz Truss was mentioned in Techrights last year, in a good way see 24 11:54
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The EPO’s War on Justice and Assault on the Law — Part 17: The External Members: Evangelos Chatzikos and Richard Arnold | TechrightsJul 24 11:55
techrights-news"He has also offered asylum to jailed whistleblower Julian Assange and recently suggested that the Statue of Liberty should be dismantled and returned to France if Assange is extradited and imprisoned in the United States." 24 11:55
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | AMLO Is Trying to Free Mexico and Latin America From the US’s Imperial GripJul 24 11:56
techrights-newsnodeJul 24 11:56
techrights-newsDragonFly BSD Updates: dports and miscellany • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 11:56
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | DragonFly BSD Updates: dports and miscellany | Tux MachinesJul 24 11:56
techrights-newsConflating targets with infects. Just because someone wishes to infect "Linux" with this thing doesn't mean it'll be feasible; with Windows there are back doors 24 12:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Linux hit by a rather nasty persistent virusJul 24 12:02
techrights-newsThis is not security but Linux (Microsoft) Foundation propaganda and stigmatisation that distracts from the back doors 24 12:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | All about SBOMs: the latest moves to secure the software supply chainJul 24 12:04
techrights-newsProprietary software and sensationalising headlines, the usual from Gordon Kelly, basically naming how many people are estimated to use the software 24 12:06
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Google Update Warning Issued For 3 Billion Chrome UsersJul 24 12:06
techrights-newsForbes employs dishonest hacks, not journalists. Many of them are Microsoft/Bill Gates operatives, sans disclosure...Jul 24 12:07
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techrights-newsThis is not real security, this is bureaucracy and paperwork 24 12:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | CNCF, CISA address hurdles to SBOM for cloud securityJul 24 12:08
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techrights-news"Docker and Podman offer similar capabilities to manage containers, but Docker's security vulnerabilities might make Podman more appealing for some admins." 24 12:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Compare Docker vs. Podman for container managementJul 24 12:09
techrights-news"Since C hit the scene in 1972, the language has continuously evolved to stay relevant in modern development. We examine C's history and why it's still relevant." 24 12:11
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | A quick glance at the history of C programming languagesJul 24 12:11
techrights-newsThe Matrix Interoperated: Element fuses growth in open source messaging protocol • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 12:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Matrix Interoperated: Element fuses growth in open source messaging protocol | Tux MachinesJul 24 12:18
matey"im not gonna do it by pretending that the enemies are on the same team as me"-- guy from tmz talking to kanye west, in response toJul 24 12:21
matey"400 years of slavery? that sounds liks a CHOICE"Jul 24 12:21
schestowitz[TR2]coming soon, IBM marketing blitzJul 24 12:29
schestowitz[TR2]featuring kanye westJul 24 12:29
schestowitz[TR2]"we are not raysist"-ibmJul 24 12:29
schestowitz[TR2]they already coopeted the jamaican flagJul 24 12:29
schestowitz[TR2]after doing soime exploratory eugenics projects thereJul 24 12:29
schestowitz[TR2]maybe that can hep game gulag search resulktsJul 24 12:29
schestowitz[TR2]icbm.. the champion of "wokeness"Jul 24 12:29
techrights-ipfs-bot(ℹ) Planet Gemini updated. Latest complete date at gemini:// and so far today at gemini:// with 3-day aggregate at gemini:// 24 12:30
schestowitz[TR2]\microsoft: the company                      of ETHICSJul 24 12:30
mateySIX MILLION dead? that sounds likes a CHOICE!-- ibmJul 24 12:30
mateyyou couldnt kill that many unless SOME of them were VOLUNTEERINGJul 24 12:30
mateyyknow?Jul 24 12:31
mateyi mean, its a sure path to misery in life to focus on the lives you DONT haveJul 24 12:31
techrights-news"I read yesterday that there is a new release of Apache OpenOffice (4.1.13). Despite the news release, the new release is less than exciting - it mostly consists of minor bug fixes." gemini:// 24 12:32
mateyi dont want to pour gasoline. lets focus on the POSITIVES.Jul 24 12:32
techrights-newsReligious content in Gemini gemini:// 24 12:33
schestowitz[TR2]Novell CEO, to me:Jul 24 12:36
schestowitz[TR2](via his attorney)Jul 24 12:36
schestowitz[TR2]these articles are oldJul 24 12:36
schestowitz[TR2]let's remove themJul 24 12:36
schestowitz[TR2]for being oldJul 24 12:36
schestowitz[TR2]that's what "Right to be forgotten" is aboutJul 24 12:37
mateywhat are the positives of red hat?Jul 24 12:39
schestowitz[TR2]it pays "journalists"Jul 24 12:39
schestowitz[TR2]to lie for themJul 24 12:39
schestowitz[TR2]you know some of their namesJul 24 12:39
mateythose are positives?Jul 24 12:40
techrights-newsWhy on Earth does Jack Wallen help Microsoft? TypeScript is vendor lock-in. Link omitted.Jul 24 12:40
mateyi guess journalists getting paid is technically a positive, when its out of context hereJul 24 12:40
mateybut i mean are there any real positives of red hatJul 24 12:41
techrights-newsx86 defects prevent Linux from being released with sufficient time for proper testing 24 12:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | [GIT PULL] x86/urgent for v5.19-rc8 - Borislav PetkovJul 24 12:41
mateythat should make us say "man, im so glad red hat is a thing in 2022"Jul 24 12:41
techrights-newsSecurity Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 12:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Security Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 12:43
techrights-newsGNU Parallel 20220722 (’Roe vs Wade’) released • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 12:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | GNU Parallel 20220722 ('Roe vs Wade') released | Tux MachinesJul 24 12:43
mateyprobably not many positives to focus on thereJul 24 12:43
mateymaybe focusing on the positives would be like trying to think of a reason what they did isnt really their faultJul 24 12:43
techrights-newsNanoPi R4SE dual Gigabit Ethernet router adds 32GB eMMC flash - CNX Software ⚓ ䷉ Source: Linux | GNU | Hardware | cnxsoftware |Jul 24 12:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | NanoPi R4SE dual Gigabit Ethernet router adds 32GB eMMC flash - CNX SoftwareJul 24 12:44
techrights-newsWhat is the fastest ARM SoC? 24 12:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-» What is the fastest ARM SoC? – GeekBench results Samsung S21 Ultra & how to send Android Apps over Bluetooth (or E-Mail) & how to backup an Android App to file | dwaves.deJul 24 12:46
techrights-newsMicrosoft, like IBM, publishers a lot of lies about itself using complicit, BRIBED 'journalists'... I reckon IBM did this much earlier than Microsoft didJul 24 12:47
techrights-newsIBM/ICBM is a company in rapid decline, but the corrupt media refuses to say so or has been too busy drowning out the few who do say so. And yes, the bribes from ICBM are easily provable. Microsoftis the same.Jul 24 12:48
techrights-newsA truth-teller surrounded by 99 liars would seem outlandish, out of touch, irrational. Democracy too isn't a popularity content when election are put on sale/auction for oligarchs. Nominations too.Jul 24 12:50
techrights-newsSJVN is not a journalism. Maybe he was until a decade ago. Now he's a coin-operated PR rep and ZDNet as well as Linux Foundation (yes, connection) are his "fixers"...Jul 24 12:51
techrights-newsJames Zemlin and his wife Sheela Microsoft have probably done far more damage to GNU/Linux than any single person or couple at Microsoft, including Bill and Lolita GatesJul 24 12:52
techrights-newsNotice the wording. Greg K-H (LF) is a slave of Intel. follow the money...Jul 24 12:53
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Re: RETBleed: WARNING: Spectre v2 mitigation leaves CPU vulnerable to RETBleed attacks, data leaks possible! - Greg Kroah-HartmanJul 24 12:53
techrights-newsLF is like US elections. Zero monetary contribution? ZERO influence on code, policy etc. LF is a briber's laundry machine... a middleman between geeks who are meant to work on Linux... and the GPL infringer who abuse their workJul 24 12:55
techrights-newsOSI is also a 'laundry machine' of Microsoft bribes 24 12:55
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | In the Latest OSI Tax Filing (From the IRS), Filed 13 Months Ago, Only 4% of the Revenue Comes From Members (People, Not Corporations) and $252,702 Goes to Microsoft Projects (Propping Up Proprietary Software Monopoly) | TechrightsJul 24 12:55
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mateytrumps pastor was norman vincent peale, the author of the power of positive thinking?Jul 24 13:09
techrights-newsThe performance impact of various debug options on Fedora Rawhide debug kernels 24 13:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The performance impact of various debug options on Fedora Rawhide debug kernels - devel - Fedora Mailing-ListsJul 24 13:09
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techrights-newsLinux Foundation does not work for Linux. Linux Foundation works for the Linux Foundation. Who is the Linux Foundation? Many companies that dislike Linux, barely tolerate the licence of Linux, and exercise control over this "threat" using the so-called 'Linux' Foundation. Check the board, Those seats are ON SALE.Jul 24 13:23
psydroid2what is happening with windows in norway and other countries?Jul 24 13:24
psydroid2 24 13:24
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Operating System Market Share Norway | Statcounter Global StatsJul 24 13:24
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Operating System Market Share Turkey | Statcounter Global StatsJul 24 13:26
matey#brokenwindowstheoryJul 24 13:28
psydroid2I wonder if it's just holiday season or some kind of marketing/bribery is going onJul 24 13:29
mateymaybe, just possiblyJul 24 13:33
mateythe earth has flipped overJul 24 13:33
mateynot in a bad way necessarilyJul 24 13:33
mateydefinitely NOT in a good wayJul 24 13:33
mateyjust... completelyJul 24 13:34
mateysort of like a parallel universeJul 24 13:34
mateyexcept (slightly) less weird Jul 24 13:34
mateythats my theory, let me know what you find outJul 24 13:34
mateyworld has flipped-- explains everything pretty muchJul 24 13:35
mateythis year. or 2021. one of those.Jul 24 13:35
mateysecond theory, different from the firstJul 24 13:35
mateyfirst theory (which was intended as tongue in cheek anyway) is actually result of Jul 24 13:35
matey1. heat waveJul 24 13:36
matey2. lack of sleepJul 24 13:36
matey3. instant coffee (too tired to make tea. whats tea? ohhh, caffiene. hi...)Jul 24 13:36
mateyso thats another theoryJul 24 13:36
mateybut i still like the first one. it could be that.Jul 24 13:36
mateyhow much coffee do you have to drink before its basically the same as snorting coke? i dont knowJul 24 13:37
matey/me considers standing on a coffee table, but then thats kanye. no, its tom. better leave the table alone.Jul 24 13:38
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matey"i also dont wanna be too mean to her, since i believe she was cursed by a vengeful spirit, so that everything she touches takes on a hideous pinterest aesthetic"Jul 24 13:51
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matey"kind of a 'king midas, if he was a quirky aunt' situation"Jul 24 13:53
mateypaint the outside black and the inside white and put some native american shit on itJul 24 13:55
mateythen wait for the money to roll inJul 24 13:55
matey(what does this have to do with tech? ffs, this has GNOME written all the fuck over it)Jul 24 13:55
mateygnome: kind of a ruthless get-rich-quick scam artist if they were quirky aunts who develop software and only care about big companies liking what they doJul 24 13:56
matey slash / ibm Jul 24 13:57
mateyor plus + ibmJul 24 13:57
matey2 terabytes of icons? that sounds like a CHOICEJul 24 13:57
mateybut if you try to uninstall them your applications go withJul 24 13:57
mateyeveryone knows that without iconsJul 24 13:58
mateyapplications Will D-I-EJul 24 13:58
schestowitz[TR2]systemd-oodJul 24 13:58
schestowitz[TR2]syemedie-hardJul 24 13:59
schestowitz[TR2]buggy as hellJul 24 13:59
schestowitz[TR2]after 40 years (next year) of gnuJul 24 13:59
schestowitz[TR2]we cannot even do some basics rightJul 24 13:59
mateysystemdie-hard-2-cancel-stallman-with-a-vengeanceJul 24 13:59
schestowitz[TR2]but Microsoft Lennart is working on itJul 24 13:59
schestowitz[TR2]for Microsoft salariesJul 24 13:59
schestowitz[TR2]no incentive to make it work wellJul 24 13:59
schestowitz[TR2]his boss is selling WINDOWSJul 24 13:59
mateyi guess youre going ot tease the microsoft lennart thing a bit longer before telling anyone what that is hmmJul 24 13:59
mateywe cannot even do some basics right <- you mean like not hosting gnu projects on github?Jul 24 14:00
mateyukraine: we have weapons to use against putlin! where should we put them to keep them safeJul 24 14:01
mateyi dunno, how about the kremlinJul 24 14:01
mateygreat idea! Jul 24 14:01
mateyhttps://github.comJul 24 14:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-GitHub: Where the world builds software · GitHubJul 24 14:01
schestowitz[TR2]builds for MicrosoftJul 24 14:01
schestowitz[TR2]btw, gemini has a github proxyJul 24 14:02
schestowitz[TR2]afaik, the web lacks thatJul 24 14:02
schestowitz[TR2]so farJul 24 14:02
schestowitz[TR2]linkedin shows mirosoft takles you to court over xcopiesJul 24 14:02
mateyive been openly against a github proxyJul 24 14:02
schestowitz[TR2]after harvesting the data from the usedsJul 24 14:02
mateybecause it doesnt mirror, so microsoft retains exactly the same amount of control (a proxy doesnt solve this problem)Jul 24 14:02
schestowitz[TR2]matey: sometimes you have no choiceJul 24 14:02
schestowitz[TR2]like with invidiousJul 24 14:02
mateythis isnt one of thoseJul 24 14:02
mateyno, with video you cant mirror the massive massive contentJul 24 14:03
mateywith most github projects the real problem is people need to moveJul 24 14:03
schestowitz[TR2]btw: 24 14:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Halloween Documents in Gemini Space | TechrightsJul 24 14:03
matey10 months old, soJul 24 14:03
schestowitz[TR2]matey: that's not a mirrorJul 24 14:04
schestowitz[TR2]it's converted on the flyJul 24 14:04
schestowitz[TR2]like wtih newsswaffleJul 24 14:04
mateythat. is. my. point.Jul 24 14:04
schestowitz[TR2]or the youtube gemini proxyJul 24 14:04
mateya proxy doesnt solve anything with githubJul 24 14:04
mateyyou need mirrors.Jul 24 14:04
mateythe problem is microsoft controls the projectJul 24 14:04
mateya proxy doesnt fix thatJul 24 14:05
mateya mirror at least provides a copy they dont controlJul 24 14:05
mateya proxy solves nothing hereJul 24 14:05
mateyright solution TO A DIFFERENT PROBLEMJul 24 14:05
mateythats why im against github proxiesJul 24 14:05
techrights-newsLinks 24/07/2022: GNU Parallel 20220722 (’Roe vs Wade’) and Many SBC Projects | Techrights ⚓ | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 14:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Links 24/07/2022: GNU Parallel 20220722 (‘Roe vs Wade’) and Many SBC Projects | TechrightsJul 24 14:05
schestowitz[TR2]it's not the solutioJul 24 14:05
mateybecause they make idiots think something improved (when nothing did)Jul 24 14:05
mateyits not any kind of solutionJul 24 14:05
schestowitz[TR2]but it can miigate a bitJul 24 14:06
mateymitigate WHATJul 24 14:06
techrights-newsLinks 24/07/2022: GNU Parallel 20220722 (’Roe vs Wade’) and Many SBC Projects | Techrights ⚓ | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 14:06
schestowitz[TR2]matey: you not touching a Microsoft serverJul 24 14:06
schestowitz[TR2]when there is no other optionJul 24 14:06
mateythats not the problem with githubJul 24 14:06
schestowitz[TR2]as some project decided to be just on thereJul 24 14:06
mateythe problem is the code is thereJul 24 14:06
mateythats the problemJul 24 14:06
schestowitz[TR2]same for nitterJul 24 14:06
mateynitter is a different problemJul 24 14:06
mateynitter solves a different problemJul 24 14:07
schestowitz[TR2]niter is peopleJul 24 14:07
schestowitz[TR2]and with shithub it is people AND projectsJul 24 14:07
mateywith shithub its microsoft controlling the hosting of projectsJul 24 14:07
mateywith a proxy the same problem exists, but now theres a layer on topJul 24 14:08
mateybut the problem is still thereJul 24 14:08
techrights-newsToday’s #HowTos | #UNIX • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 14:08
mateyonly now it feels like something has changedJul 24 14:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's howtos | Tux MachinesJul 24 14:08
mateywhats the proxy calledJul 24 14:08
mateygemhub?Jul 24 14:08
techrights-newsToday’s 𝘛𝘶𝘹 𝘔𝘢𝘤𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘦𝘴 Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 14:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 14:08
mateygitgem? gitini?Jul 24 14:09
techrights-newsBrowsers and Standards • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 14:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Browsers and Standards | Tux MachinesJul 24 14:09
techrights-newsFedora Rawhide Performance / Red Hat • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 14:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Fedora Rawhide Performance / Red Hat | Tux MachinesJul 24 14:09
mateydid they even name itJul 24 14:09
techrights-newsProgramming Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 14:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Programming Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 14:09
techrights-newsOpen Hardware/Modding: Raspberry Pi, NanoPi, and Lots More • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 14:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Open Hardware/Modding: Raspberry Pi, NanoPi, and Lots More | Tux MachinesJul 24 14:09
XRevan86 "Russia confirms strike on Odessa port"Jul 24 14:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Новая газета. ЕвропаJul 24 14:09
schestowitz[TR2] 24 14:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Checking and Downloading Projects Hosted in Microsoft’s Proprietary Code Prison (GitHub) Without Touching Microsoft Servers | TechrightsJul 24 14:10
matey 24 14:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights- ( status 404 @ )Jul 24 14:10
mateynothing more than thatJul 24 14:10
mateyreally you could just colour one of your monitors with a pink marker penJul 24 14:11
schestowitz[TR2]you can read the text and listen to the audioJul 24 14:12
schestowitz[TR2]but I did not call it "the" solutionJul 24 14:12
schestowitz[TR2]the final solution is when github shuts downJul 24 14:12
schestowitz[TR2]and ballmer blows his brains outJul 24 14:12
schestowitz[TR2]and herr sixel criesJul 24 14:13
mateyhe doesnt strike me as being that much in favour of githubJul 24 14:13
mateyjust completely neutral about itJul 24 14:13
mateywhich is still a bad thing imoJul 24 14:13
mateythe final solution is when github shuts down <- so far thats the only solutionJul 24 14:14
schestowitz[TR2]self-hosting is betterJul 24 14:14
mateywhich means its not really a solution, its just waiting for a day when the problem magically fixes itselfJul 24 14:14
schestowitz[TR2]but microsoft and other over-complicate gitJul 24 14:14
schestowitz[TR2]having taken over key developersJul 24 14:15
matey self-hosting is better <- any hosting is betterJul 24 14:15
schestowitz[TR2]and their salareiesJul 24 14:15
schestowitz[TR2]or viaJul 24 14:15
schestowitz[TR2]so self-hosting can becomne harderJul 24 14:15
mateyeven gitlab is better... its barely noticeable, sure, but technically its betterJul 24 14:15
mateysort ofJul 24 14:15
mateyeverybody needs as many git features as microsoft wordJul 24 14:15
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mateytherefore gitlab is the only real alternative, even though no sane person would opt for itJul 24 14:16
mateyso while really, most things are better optionsJul 24 14:16
mateygitlab is the only "real" oneJul 24 14:16
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schestowitz[TR2]don't think soJul 24 14:16
schestowitz[TR2]linux doens't use itJul 24 14:16
mateyor you could just host your project up the arse of a 100-foot rabid badgerJul 24 14:16
schestowitz[TR2]gnome and kde use it a bitJul 24 14:16
mateyat least its not microsoftJul 24 14:16
schestowitz[TR2]but don't have toJul 24 14:16
mateygitbadger is gonna be so epicJul 24 14:17
mateyobviously security is built inJul 24 14:17
mateyplus it has a special url featureJul 24 14:18
mateywhat it does is-- you have a gitbadger url for each projectJul 24 14:18
schestowitz[TR2]"Gitea is the software we’ve decided to put our faith into" ☛ |Jul 24 14:19
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mateybut when you go, it redirects to the github repo so you dont have to type in the github urlJul 24 14:19
mateyits not the solution, but it mitigates itJul 24 14:19
mateythe first step of course is no one types in any more github urlsJul 24 14:19
mateylittle by little... we get thereJul 24 14:19
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mateythe future: no car, no bus, no hotel, and no home-- only airbnb and uberJul 24 15:01
mateyheres why 24 15:01
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matey"while i do absolutely appreciate all the suggestions that i get, the problem with this is that... theres not really any commentary i can add about a show that the u.n. would unambiguouslyy classify as a war crime"Jul 24 15:07
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matey"as you may or may not know, anti-freeze is not good for you"Jul 24 16:03
Ariadnereason 9000000000 that amazon sucks, they let counterfeit books onto their market: 24 16:14
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XRevan86Ariadne: One would think a company as big as Amazon would have this sorted out.Jul 24 16:22
XRevan86What is this, Wildberries, Ltd.?Jul 24 16:22
mateyamazon has zero fucks to giveJul 24 16:23
mateythey pass the savings onto bezos, the costs onto authors and share the profits with the cottage industry fraudsJul 24 16:24
mateyi LOVE book piracy. dont do very much of it. but this is just nasty, for-profit scamming (and amazon of course, still profits from it)Jul 24 16:24
mateyi LOVE book piracy <- you know, "sharing"Jul 24 16:25
mateythats not what this isJul 24 16:25
mateythis is you buy a book from scam artists, for the retail price, you get shit, and the author gets nothing, and only frauds get paidJul 24 16:26
mateyi cant think of a single good thing about itJul 24 16:26
mateyPLUS amazonJul 24 16:26
Ariadnebook piracy is fine, not everyone has the ability to pay for booksJul 24 16:27
Ariadnethis is just scamming thoughJul 24 16:27
mateyyepJul 24 16:27
Ariadneand it disincentivizes releasing books under libreJul 24 16:28
mateyand amazon doesnt care because its cheaper or even (short term) profitable to let the scammers just do whateverJul 24 16:28
Ariadnethere’s a lot of books where the book itself is under creative commons or GFDL or whateverJul 24 16:28
matey and it disincentivizes releasing books under libre <- maybe amazon is banking on it helping drm tooJul 24 16:28
Ariadnebut if the author gets fucked over on sales due to this shitJul 24 16:28
mateyi mean theyre the ones that made drm on BOOKS an everyday thingJul 24 16:28
mateywhich is exactly why i stoppped being an amazon customer 16 years ago when that bullshit startedJul 24 16:29
Ariadnethen they might rethink that for future booksJul 24 16:29
Ariadneyeah i don’t buy books from amazonJul 24 16:29
mateyamazon does nothing they arent forced to do. the unions will have to care about this for it to changeJul 24 16:29
mateyi don’t buy books from amazon <- good ideaJul 24 16:29
Ariadnethere is a shop in seattle called ada’s technical books which has better pricing tbhJul 24 16:29
mateyyeah they play games with prices that dont really help the authors or customersJul 24 16:30
mateyw3hich isnt surprising, because amazon is all about exploiting bothJul 24 16:30
mateyi should say all threeJul 24 16:30
Ariadnei’d be mad if i paid 150 bucks for a book and got some counterfeit bullshit version thoJul 24 16:30
mateyamazon is all about exploiting workers, authors and customersJul 24 16:30
mateyi’d be mad if i paid 150 bucks for a book and got some counterfeit bullshit version tho <- even bezos himself might think "wow, thats like what i make in 0.0000-- OH! back to making money!"Jul 24 16:31
mateymaybe authors will band together to tell people not to buy any books from amazonJul 24 16:32
mateyit probably wont be that epic, but it would be cool if they didJul 24 16:32
mateyone of the main reasons weird al offered "dont download this song" as a free download was to call attention to the fact that the customer-demonising labels werent even paying artists ANYTHING for streaming revenueJul 24 16:33
mateywhile moving so many things to streaming-- for which artists get exactly 0 (depending on whatever factors etc etc etc)Jul 24 16:34
mateyso theyre like "customers are denying revenue to artists!"Jul 24 16:34
mateyweird al: "WHAT revenue?"Jul 24 16:34
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XRevan86MinceR: Simplified.Jul 24 16:37
XRevan86It implies that Russia holds one position at a time, which is almost never true.Jul 24 16:38
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MinceR:>Jul 24 16:41
psydroid2oops, they did it againJul 24 16:42
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XRevan86"In case you come across a Westerner claiming that Russia wants to negotiate a peaceful resolution of their invasion and we just don't know about it, here is the head of Russia's biggest state media group and a head of State Duma's Defense Committee to tell you otherwise. #Chomsky"Jul 24 16:44
matey It implies that Russia holds one position at a time <- putin is doing downward dog in a bunker, while everyone else is doing stretch up on your toes to see over the iron curtainJul 24 16:45
XRevan86I meant a different thing: that Russian propaganda doesn't care about internal consistency, it only cares about poking holes in what everyone else is saying.Jul 24 16:47
matey I meant a different thing: that Russian propaganda doesn't care about internal consistency, it only cares about poking holes in what everyone else is saying. <- that sounds a LOT like this website that i go to a lotJul 24 16:48
mateyof course people (being organic) are rarely 100% consistentJul 24 16:52
mateywe paint with the all the colours of the wind, you knowJul 24 16:52
mateybut honest people have a certainly level of consistencyJul 24 16:52
mateyand bullshit... doesnt have toJul 24 16:52
XRevan86matey: Honesty hooks to the objective world, so it has to resemble it at least somehow.Jul 24 16:53
mateypeople do impressions thoughJul 24 16:54
XRevan86Bullshit is like fiction, and that is hard to keep the record straight of.Jul 24 16:54
mateyyepJul 24 16:54
mateywhich is why people who integrate science fiction into their lives like its not fiction get so irritated when youre like "midichlorians"Jul 24 16:55
matey"what?"Jul 24 16:55
matey"midichlorians"Jul 24 16:55
matey"fuck you!"Jul 24 16:55
XRevan86Is Bible science fiction?Jul 24 16:56
mateyits got a dude who can fly and hes immortal and he can talk to invisible peopleJul 24 16:56
XRevan86But maybe it's more like a fantasy.Jul 24 16:56
mateysounds more like fantasy genre, but a lot of stores lump them together (or make them neighbours)Jul 24 16:56
mateyyepJul 24 16:57
XRevan86s/a (fantasy)/\1/Jul 24 16:57
mateyif they do it again, jesus should have a unicorn named holiahJul 24 16:57
mateyand they can go on quests to heal the sick and make people feel bad for being stupid douchebagsJul 24 16:58
matey"behold! you have been stupid and a douche. repent! and try not to be a cunt all the time"Jul 24 16:58
matey"thank you jesus!"Jul 24 16:58
matey"holiah... away!!"Jul 24 16:58
XRevan86matey: 24 16:58
XRevan86At least they have that.Jul 24 16:58
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XRevan86> The late 10th century German bishop and poet Walter of Speyer portrayed St. Christopher as a giant of a cynocephalic species in the land of the Chananeans (Canaan in the New Testament) who ate human flesh and barked. Eventually, Christopher met the Christ child, regretted his former behavior, and received baptism. He, too, was rewarded with a human appearance, whereupon he devoted his life to ChristJul 24 16:59
XRevan86ian service and became an Athleta Christi, one of the military saints.Jul 24 16:59
mateyjesus might be a superhero, but if he is he  shirks a bitJul 24 17:00
mateyit could also be a murder mysteryJul 24 17:00
mateythe romans did it, but everyone thinks it was the jewsJul 24 17:01
XRevan86"rewarded with a human appearance" <- That's speciesism.Jul 24 17:01
XRevan86matey: No, they say that Jews are enablers.Jul 24 17:01
XRevan86For some reason that's worse.Jul 24 17:01
mateythen jesus is like "but im a jew!" and everyone else is like "really?"Jul 24 17:02
matey"you always seemed a bit new agey to me"Jul 24 17:02
mateywe could all be singing together and holding hands, and the adl would find something wrong with itJul 24 17:02
XRevan86matey: I'm pretty sure Anti-Semitism is the root cause of the blame, not the other way around.Jul 24 17:04
XRevan86If more people were Anti-Italian, then Romans would've been to blame.Jul 24 17:04
XRevan86But Romans are highly regarded, so they're off the hook.Jul 24 17:04
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matey matey: I'm pretty sure Anti-Semitism is the root cause of the blame, not the other way around. <- that may very well beJul 24 17:23
mateyim only suggesting the adl is insane about an issue that would matter either wayJul 24 17:24
mateytheyre sort of like the peta of racial justiceJul 24 17:24
mateywhen people talk about peta im like fuck that, support a real organisation like the aspca or the international-- i believe they have international chaptersJul 24 17:25
mateypeta is nuts-- i dont hate animalsJul 24 17:25
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techrights-newsDecrypting MIME multipart messages in Rmail gemini:// 24 17:31
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techrights-news"We are pleased to announce a new release of sq, our command line tool for OpenPGP operations. This release brings some more functionality, as well as some bug fixes." 24 17:44
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techuserI know a person with a nickname sq on IRCJul 24 17:46
techrights-news"This week the BMP581 Pressure Sensor and ISM330DHCX 6DoF IMU get the Qwiic treatment!" 24 17:46
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schestowitz[TR2]techuser: that can mean loads of ttttttttttttttttttttttthingsJul 24 17:47
schestowitz[TR2]I should use the other computerJul 24 17:47
schestowitz[TR2]it multiplies keystrokesJul 24 17:47
techuserseroquel drug I thinkJul 24 17:47
schestowitz[TR2]hmm... maybe restarting barrier can helpJul 24 17:49
techrights-news"Qwiic Micro reduces the size of a normal Qwiic board by more than a third, creating a new standard of 0.75in. x 0.30in. / 24.65mm x 7.62mm." 24 17:50
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techrights-newsWhat is the SAFEWhat is the SAFE submarine cable? ⚓ 24 17:55
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techuserI think there were some discussions about having children on this channelJul 24 17:56
techusersomeone find them and send links to cuddlybear66Jul 24 17:57
cuddlybear66haiiJul 24 17:57
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techuserhiJul 24 17:58
techuserthere should be pages with logsJul 24 17:58
techuserwill try to find themJul 24 17:58
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schestowitz[TR2]techuser: there are logs for these channels going back to 2008Jul 24 18:00
schestowitz[TR2]complete logsJul 24 18:00
schestowitz[TR2]onlineJul 24 18:00
schestowitz[TR2]when you were a toddlerJul 24 18:00
techusercuddlybear66: I guessJul 24 18:00
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IRC Logs | TechrightsJul 24 18:00
techuserignore the "bad" certificateJul 24 18:00
schestowitz[TR2]yeahJul 24 18:00
schestowitz[TR2]or use httpJul 24 18:01
techusercuddlybear66 is 16 I thinkJul 24 18:01
schestowitz[TR2]the logs since 2020 are in gemini:// alsoJul 24 18:01
schestowitz[TR2]techuser: techrights turns   16 in NovemberJul 24 18:01
techusershe probably has no idea about GeminiJul 24 18:01
techuserwhy do you say Mibbit may have "privacy risks", but KiwiIRC not?Jul 24 18:02
techrights-newsLies, damned lies and survey results - Michael West ⚓ ䷉ Source: michaelwest | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Lies, damned lies and survey results - Michael WestJul 24 18:03
techuser> Ensure JavaScript is enabled to use the embedded facility above. | and ensure you pass the Cloudflare CAPTCHAJul 24 18:03
schestowitz[TR2]iirc, mibbit sold some dataJul 24 18:03
schestowitz[TR2]so then freenode dumped themJul 24 18:03
schestowitz[TR2]wikiic is two thingsJul 24 18:03
schestowitz[TR2]the softwareJul 24 18:03
schestowitz[TR2]and the siteJul 24 18:03
schestowitz[TR2]if you self-host it, you are in controlJul 24 18:03
schestowitz[TR2]but it has some ugly depsJul 24 18:03
techuserwere there bigger log files?Jul 24 18:04
schestowitz[TR2]it's vue.jsJul 24 18:04
techuserlike monthly logs?Jul 24 18:04
schestowitz[TR2]noJul 24 18:04
schestowitz[TR2]monthly would be too largeJul 24 18:04
schestowitz[TR2]in 2022 the #techrights logsd alone are about 15 MB a month for htmlJul 24 18:04
schestowitz[TR2]maybe 7mb for plain textJul 24 18:04
schestowitz[TR2]similar for .gmi versionsJul 24 18:04
techuserI don't remember when exactly there children talks happened hereJul 24 18:05
schestowitz[TR2]I cannot recall what you allude toJul 24 18:05
schestowitz[TR2]some people use srong words hereJul 24 18:05
schestowitz[TR2]but there is no pr0n or gore hereJul 24 18:05
techusersomeone did say about giving birth to children, then having it taken away and one imprisoned for "not providing good living conditions for it"Jul 24 18:06
techuseriirc it was here and not elsewhereJul 24 18:06
schestowitz[TR2]I can imagine who said itJul 24 18:06
schestowitz[TR2]in some states it is the lawJul 24 18:06
schestowitz[TR2]I know online people who lost custody of their kidsJul 24 18:07
schestowitz[TR2]for bogus reasons, not neglectJul 24 18:07
schestowitz[TR2]or denied visitationsJul 24 18:07
schestowitz[TR2]"thank you for the sperm, not stay away from your own child or I call the cops"Jul 24 18:07
techuserand I don't remember if it was me or someone else saying that one's life is becoming more difficult/less freedom once kids appearJul 24 18:07
schestowitz[TR2] /not/now/Jul 24 18:07
techusercuddlybear66: I guess you can now say something on itJul 24 18:08
schestowitz[TR2]techuser: I'm surprise you cannot remember if it was something you said or someone elseJul 24 18:08
schestowitz[TR2]life always gets harder once kids arrive at the home (as in born)Jul 24 18:08
schestowitz[TR2]toddlers cannot help around the houseJul 24 18:08
techuserI have bad memory, maybe because COVID-19 or something elseJul 24 18:09
techuserit may have hit my memory back thenJul 24 18:09
schestowitz[TR2]you grew up in tough timesJul 24 18:09
schestowitz[TR2]war in ukraine, lockdowns, inflation, food availability perilsJul 24 18:09
schestowitz[TR2]some parents make kids like trophiesJul 24 18:09
schestowitz[TR2]and quit caring once the kids are bornJul 24 18:09
techusergiving birth to children for this... and then die in a warJul 24 18:10
schestowitz[TR2]or when the head/body ratio is no longer "cute"Jul 24 18:10
schestowitz[TR2]so they neglect themJul 24 18:10
schestowitz[TR2]some animals let the offspring off the nest too at a young ageJul 24 18:10
schestowitz[TR2]I think I solved the issue with the multi-clickingJul 24 18:10
schestowitz[TR2]barrier was running off too much swapJul 24 18:11
techrights-newsSea of buzzworsd, FB SPAM in a respected (used to be!) journal 24 18:12
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Yann LeCun’s big bet for building intelligent machines | MIT Technology ReviewJul 24 18:12
techuserIRC is better than childrenJul 24 18:12
techrights-newsThe Fight Over Which Uses of [computer programs] Europe Should Outlaw see 24 18:13
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schestowitz[TR2]techuser:  irc is safe for childrenJul 24 18:13
schestowitz[TR2]because you cannot have creeps sending you pics and stuffJul 24 18:13
schestowitz[TR2]I started using irc at age 13, IIRCJul 24 18:13
schestowitz[TR2]chatted with other kids around thr worldJul 24 18:13
techusersending links still works thoughJul 24 18:14
schestowitz[TR2]if they clickJul 24 18:14
techuser"protect the children" is an excuse for censorship and reducing children's rightsJul 24 18:14
schestowitz[TR2]in the 1990s these issues were "niche"Jul 24 18:14
schestowitz[TR2]and parents did not worry about that sort of thingJul 24 18:15
schestowitz[TR2]not sure if that atually got worseJul 24 18:15
schestowitz[TR2]or the panic itself got worseJul 24 18:15
schestowitz[TR2]even in the 1990s there were perverts onlineJul 24 18:15
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schestowitz[TR2]benefit of the doubt: I'd say it DID get worseJul 24 18:15
techuserI think it would cause some issues when the children see the real world for the first timeJul 24 18:16
schestowitz[TR2]and now parents can lose custody of kisds for just asking them to go to the shop nearby on their ownJul 24 18:16
schestowitz[TR2]when I was 13 I took a taxi on my ownJul 24 18:16
schestowitz[TR2]cause I missed the busJul 24 18:16
schestowitz[TR2]in 2022 it's unthinkable and shockingJul 24 18:16
techuserthese children will have issues growing up, and may have mental health issuesJul 24 18:16
techrights-newsFacebook as espionage operation of the US government 24 18:18
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schestowitz[TR2]techuser: I think we chatted about this a couple of years agoJul 24 18:18
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schestowitz[TR2]how overprotective regimes and parents do thisJul 24 18:18
schestowitz[TR2]making the kids unable to matureJul 24 18:18
techrights-newsSoon 2022 capsules online that Lupa knows of.. gemini:// 24 18:20
techuser"we" didn't include me anywayJul 24 18:20
techuserI appeared on techrights IRC no earlier than somewhere in 2021Jul 24 18:20
techrights-newsSybil Attacks on Airdrops ⚓ ䷉ Source: matt-rickard | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Sybil Attacks on AirdropsJul 24 18:21
schestowitz[TR2]techuser: rightJul 24 18:21
schestowitz[TR2]but therer is a broadly spread age group hereJul 24 18:22
schestowitz[TR2]always wasJul 24 18:22
schestowitz[TR2]some people here died of old ageJul 24 18:22
schestowitz[TR2]to tech rights/civil rights issues, kids arwe a "nuisance"Jul 24 18:22
schestowitz[TR2]because politicians exploit themJul 24 18:22
schestowitz[TR2]and pass bullshit laws that aren't even meant to protect kidsJul 24 18:23
schestowitz[TR2]and some of those kids are not even kidsJul 24 18:23
schestowitz[TR2]a lot of Internet and Web filters are sold this wayJul 24 18:23
techusermay cause depopulation I think. The kids who never seen a real world, will they be able to marry and reproduce?Jul 24 18:23
schestowitz[TR2]while the mainstream bullshit pushes stuff that's actually proven to hurt kidsJul 24 18:24
schestowitz[TR2]like FacebookJul 24 18:24
techuserpeople talk about "incels" these daysJul 24 18:24
schestowitz[TR2]there is also fertility aspectJul 24 18:24
schestowitz[TR2]set aside affording to raise kidsJul 24 18:24
techusermaybe the world government wants to reduce the amount of humans on EarthJul 24 18:24
schestowitz[TR2]incels is an excuseJul 24 18:24
schestowitz[TR2]it's like the way they call terrorists people with "mental issues"Jul 24 18:25
schestowitz[TR2]like they are "rotten apples"Jul 24 18:25
schestowitz[TR2]some of them are just devour religiousJul 24 18:25
schestowitz[TR2]that's their actual mental issueJul 24 18:25
schestowitz[TR2]capitalists don't want fewer peopleJul 24 18:25
schestowitz[TR2]more people, more workers, m debt,. more consumptionJul 24 18:26
schestowitz[TR2]they want                                controlJul 24 18:26
schestowitz[TR2]social controlJul 24 18:26
schestowitz[TR2]at scaleJul 24 18:26
schestowitz[TR2]surveillance, curfews, military drafting, obligatory "school"..Jul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]when I gre up kids did not have mobile phonesJul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]they existed Jul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]but not for kidsJul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]now they are leashes on the neck of every teenJul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]tracked and mentally farmed fJul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]for mental signalsJul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]and brainwashedJul 24 18:27
schestowitz[TR2]mostly studied, then programmedJul 24 18:28
schestowitz[TR2]via devicesJul 24 18:28
techrights-newsWhy Open Access To The ACM Digital Library Matters | Associations Now ⚓ ䷉ Source: associationsnow | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Why Open Access To The ACM Digital Library Matters | Associations NowJul 24 18:28
techrights-ipfs-bot(ℹ) Planet Gemini updated. Latest complete date at gemini:// and so far today at gemini:// with 3-day aggregate at gemini:// 24 18:30
techrights-newsD-Wave’s 500-Qubit Machine Hits the Clown - IEEE Spectrum ⚓ ䷉ Source: spectrum | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | D-Wave’s 500-Qubit Machine Hits the Cloud - IEEE SpectrumJul 24 18:30
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techrights-newsScan QR codes right from your Linux Terminal ⚓ ䷉ Source: lunduke | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Scan QR codes right from your Linux TerminalJul 24 18:31
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techrights-newsOld Vintage Computing Research: Crypto Ancienne 2.0 now brings TLS 1.3 to the Internet of Old Things (except BeOS) ⚓ ䷉ Source: oldvcr | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Old Vintage Computing Research: Crypto Ancienne 2.0 now brings TLS 1.3 to the Internet of Old Things (except BeOS)Jul 24 18:32
techrights-news"Cynics point out that philanthropy is just public relations, but there are people who do believe they’re helping the world. My concern is that even if that’s true, they’d do so much more by directing their funding and action towards systemic change." 24 18:33
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Rubenerd: Philanthropy only attacks the symptomsJul 24 18:33
techrights-newsRaptor says the Blackbird crunch ends in August (and maybe Arctic Terns too) ⚓ ䷉ Source: talospace | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Raptor says the Blackbird crunch ends in August (and maybe Arctic Terns too)Jul 24 18:34
techrights-newsBunch of clowns, buzzwords, hype and cryptic acronyms that refer to something very, vewwwwwwy owwwwlddd... 24 18:35
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IaC: Strength or Weakness for Cloud Providers?Jul 24 18:35
techrights-newsLimine bootloader introduction page 24 18:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Limine Installer version 1.0 | Tux MachinesJul 24 18:38
techrights-newsSteinar H. Gunderson on AV1 live streaming: Exploring SVT-AV1 rate control ⚓ ䷉ Source: sesse | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Steinar H. GundersonJul 24 18:39
techrights-news"How The Fuck Did Feynman Get Here !? I’ve been re-rereading stories about Feynman again. People decry that no such geniuses exist today, they oft seem to decry the fact that no physicists since has developed such a thirst for understanding and beautiful ability to abstract for others." 24 18:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How The Fuck Did Feynman Get Here !? - by GeorgeJul 24 18:40
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techrights-newsBanksters exploiting scientists to seem legit 24 18:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Shannon's DemonJul 24 18:41
techrights-newsRobots were in warehouses for many years already 24 18:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Robots Aren’t Done Reshaping Warehouses - The New York TimesJul 24 18:42
techrights-news"With modular components and an easy-to-use 3D interface, this interactive design pipeline enables anyone to create their own customized robotic hand" 24 18:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | A helping hand for robotic manipulator design | MIT News | Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyJul 24 18:43
techrights-news"GMail, before I gave up on its frankly appalling spam filter, used to pull the same trick on me. I have a lot of email folders, and this requires a scrollbar, which apparently would give me cancer if I saw it before I went ‘hunt the scrollbar’ with my mouse in its general direction." 24 18:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Modern Technology: Please stop trying to be helpful – Cliffski's BlogJul 24 18:44
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techrights-newsRobbing Australia: profits soar for gas giants, royalties and tax languish - Michael West ⚓ ䷉ Source: michaelwest | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Robbing Australia: profits soar for gas giants, royalties and tax languish - Michael WestJul 24 18:47
techrights-newsSo what, so NetBSD users too can become SLAVES of criminals from Microsoft? 24 18:48
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Rubenerd: NetBSD can also run a Minecraft serverJul 24 18:48
techrights-news"I am typing this text in Emacs running on the Raspberry Pi B, logged on from my Acer Aspire." 24 18:49
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-The Old Computer Challenge 2022 - box.matto.nlJul 24 18:49
techrights-news"The SAFE Submarine Cable Landing Station at Baie Jacotet was declared a restricted area through Government Notice 183 of 2004. The decision was taken by the cabinet on 8 October 2004 and the SAFE SCLS at Baie Jacotet has been a restricted area since 11 November 2004 in accordance with Section 13B of the Police Act." 24 18:50
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Baie Jacotet SCLS, a restricted areaJul 24 18:50
techrights-news“Military-First Approach”.. proxy war with "outsourced" cannon fodder 24 18:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | $1B More in U.S. Military Aid to Ukraine: Weapons Expert Urges Negotiation vs. “Military-First Approach” | Democracy Now!Jul 24 18:51
techrights-news"Juneteenth (“Emancipation Day” or “Jubilee Day,” as it was called in most early accounts) is a celebration of the news that informed Black people throughout Texas that the institution of slavery had been abolished" 24 18:52
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | From Juneteenth to Reparations: Reclaiming Our Stolen Stories - YES! MagazineJul 24 18:52
techrights-newsAadhaar advisory: the continuing saga of UIDAI’s breach of privacy rights – The Leaflet ⚓ ䷉ Source: theleaflet | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 18:53
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Aadhaar advisory: the continuing saga of UIDAI’s breach of privacy rights – The LeafletJul 24 18:53
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techrights-newsSounds like a fantasy: "I turned around, and both my sister and my smartphone were gone." these devices do more harm than they help, on many levelsJul 24 18:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Rubenerd: A dream without a phoneJul 24 18:58
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psydroid2Velociraptor Mortuus will be selling DeadPOWER again Soon(TM)Jul 24 19:00
schestowitz[TR2]ICBMachineJul 24 19:04
schestowitz[TR2]threee, two, one... ignitionJul 24 19:04
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techrights-news"Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he is open to “sensible” changes to the government’s climate reform, but will not buckle under pressure from the Greens to increase the 43% emissions reduction target. Michael West on Albo’s first two months in office and the looming climate clash." 24 19:07
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Albanese returns from his honeymoon, bumps into Adam Bandt - Michael WestJul 24 19:07
techrights-newsDoes Troy Hunt talk about bribes from Microsoft? 24 19:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Troy Hunt: If You're Not Paying for the Product, You Are... Possibly Just Consuming Goodwill for FreeJul 24 19:08
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techrights-newsVerifone POS hacking - ⚓ ䷉ Source: th0mas | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 19:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Verifone POS hacking - th0mas.nlJul 24 19:09
techrights-news"Raku is a great software language that draws on the scripting heritage of perl. The newly minted raku Dan modules provide Data ANalytics (geddit?) capabilities to raku for data science and engineering use cases. (Intro slides & demo video here). This is one in an occasional series of blog posts that seek to explore the whys & wherefores of raku Dan." 24 19:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Is raku Dan RubberSonic? – Physics::JourneyJul 24 19:10
techrights-newsSlackware LibreOffice 7.3.5 and updates for Chromium 103 (also -ungoogled) 24 19:12
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Libre Office 7.3.5 and updates for Chromium 103 (also -ungoogled) | Alien PasturesJul 24 19:12
techrights-newsGNOME Radio 16 on GNOME 42 Presentation at GUADEC 2022 • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 19:12
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | GNOME Radio 16 on GNOME 42 Presentation at GUADEC 2022 | Tux MachinesJul 24 19:12
techrights-newsDNA Typewriter Taps Out a Record Inside Cells | HHMI ⚓ ䷉ Source: hhmi | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 19:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | DNA Typewriter Taps Out a Record Inside Cells | HHMIJul 24 19:13
techrights-newsServers, now clown 24 19:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Quick Uptake of ARM on CloudJul 24 19:13
techrights-newsSmart this, smart that. Usually means mass surveillance 24 19:14
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Want a connected home without a cloud? Get smarter sensors. - Stacey on IoT | Internet of Things news and analysisJul 24 19:14
techrights-newsEven "self-hosted" smart [sic] home occasionally helps spy on you if connected to a device like a "phone" that sends some data upstream, maybe without you even being notifiedJul 24 19:15
techrights-news"HEY HI" BS everywhere, even IEEE Spectrum. They call everything "HEY HI" now 24 19:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Eponymous Pickle: Will AI Remove Submarine Stealth?Jul 24 19:16
techrights-news"Scott Morrison has is already enjoying the perks of life as an ex-prime minister, turning up in Seoul last week to hobnob with other has-beens such as [far right] Mike Pence" 24 19:17
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Ex-Files: where is the life for discards of the parliamentary bubble? - Michael WestJul 24 19:17
techrights-newsAnalyze Your Amazon Data with Python - Earthly Blog <p><img src="" border="0" align="left" width="160" hspace="20" vspace="20" style="padding: 17px 17px 17px 17px; box-shadow: 5px 5px 5px #222;" /> <p class="dropcap-first"> <a href=""><img src="/files/read-on-white.png" alt="Read more" title="Read the rest of this article" /></a>Jul 24 19:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Analyze Your Amazon Data with Python - Earthly BlogJul 24 19:18
techrights-newsGrafana Loki and what can go wrong with label cardinality 24 19:19
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Chris's Wiki :: blog/sysadmin/GrafanaLokiCardinalityProblemJul 24 19:19
techrights-newsGood Bye Peugeot --- Hello Alfa MiTo and 75 gemini:// 24 19:22
techrights-newsI think the number of unique IPs in Techrights Gemini capsule doubled since last year, but don't track this closely. Sure thing is, number of Gemini users keeps growing.Jul 24 19:24
techrights-newsGemini is a big middle finger to the few companies which treat WWW (EME etc.) as merely a transport layer for their array of malwareJul 24 19:25
techrights-news"Humans are social animals, and it seems reasonable to assume that any transhuman condition we can wrap our minds around will also be a social one for most of its participants." 24 19:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Crimes against Transhumanity - Charlie's DiaryJul 24 19:26
techrights-newsOligarchs who say we should 'colonise' other planets dwell in luxuries they know only THEY can afford instead of fixing this planet (they don't mind if the rest are left to burn or starve here). Not too shockingly, the same sociopathic people who hop from one wife to the next without trying to repair what they already had.Jul 24 19:28
techrights-newsCode Breaker: Meet the Man Who Virtually Invented Computer Art - ELEPHANT ⚓ ䷉ Source: elephant | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 19:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Code Breaker: Meet the Man Who Virtually Invented Computer Art - ELEPHANTJul 24 19:29
techrights-newsIn a Post-Roe World, the Future of Digital Privacy Looks Even Grimmer - The New York Times ⚓ ䷉ Source: nytimes | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 19:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | In a Post-Roe World, the Future of Digital Privacy Looks Even Grimmer - The New York TimesJul 24 19:30
techrights-newsHumans are cruel, very selfish animals 24 19:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Automated drones could scare birds off agricultural fields – WSU InsiderJul 24 19:31
techrights-newsThis is an interesting quote: "i dont support any sectarian ideology including LGBTQ." "sectarian ideology" is the wrong term though, conflating militant elements with a conditionJul 24 19:33
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | White Supremacists Violently Target Pride Events – neritamJul 24 19:33
techrights-newsFor Indigenous Peoples, Abortion Is a Religious Right - YES! Magazine ⚓ ䷉ Source: yesmagazine | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 19:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | For Indigenous Peoples, Abortion Is a Religious Right - YES! MagazineJul 24 19:34
techrights-newsSurveillance inside homes 24 19:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Did the IoT doom connected devices in the home? - Stacey on IoT | Internet of Things news and analysisJul 24 19:34
techrights-newsICBM has basically 'donated' its code to Microsoft's proprietary software prison 24 19:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IBM Research Open-Sources Deep Search ToolsJul 24 19:36
techrights-newsProprietary voting machines ought not be used in the first place 24 19:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Transcript: The fourth Jan. 6 committee hearing on its investigation : NPRJul 24 19:37
techrights-newsPatents and patent greed 24 19:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Global Access to COVID-19 Vaccines & Tests Limited by WTO Deal Pushed by Rich Countries & Big Pharma | Democracy Now!Jul 24 19:37
techrights-newsMarketing predators try to paint their sinister agenda as a science 24 19:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Modeling Marketing Mix Using Smoothing Splines | by Slava Kisilevich | Jul, 2022 | Towards Data ScienceJul 24 19:39
techrights-news"Anyone who’s read one or two of my Long Links curations knows that I’m fascinated by the ongoing conundra in Astrophysics and Cosmology on the subject of Dark Matter. There are a couple of recent developments that are worth noting." 24 19:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ongoing by Tim Bray · Dark Matter FunJul 24 19:41
techrights-news"Employees who switched jobs during the pandemic received salary bumps and permission to work remotely. Those perks are now under threat." 24 19:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Tech Workers Long Got What They Wanted. That’s Over. - WSJJul 24 19:42
techrights-news"43% of this nation, 52% of the children, 68% — 60% of Black people, 33% of — 30% of white people, 68% of Latinos, and so forth and so on, 87 million people who are uninsured or underinsured" 24 19:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Poor People’s March on Washington Saturday Demands “Moral Reset” on Poverty, Voting Rights, Climate | Democracy Now!Jul 24 19:43
techrights-news"I don’t know if this would work well in a team setting. My metafile examples all fall into two categories: metafiles that represent different possibilities for the same file (debug, profiling, optimization), and ones which represent a set of different files (versions, compilation targets)." 24 19:45
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | On Metafiles • ButtondownJul 24 19:45
techrights-news"In Germany, there have been repeated cases of contradictory election target group" 24 19:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | New Rules on political advertising to stop voter manipulation! – Patrick BreyerJul 24 19:46
techrights-news"Every time someone tried to connect, it tried to do its job, but because there was nothing to back it, it could not. I felt sorry for the little Dyno. I did not have the heart to simply turn it off." 24 19:55
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The story of Byr - AsylumJul 24 19:55
techrights-news"I wonder how many other colour photos from the turn of the century are out there? I’d love to see them." 24 19:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Rubenerd: Autochrome Lumière MauretaniaJul 24 19:57
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techrights-newsCoalition cowardice over environment report - Michael West ⚓ ䷉ Source: michaelwest | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 19:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Coalition cowardice over environment report - Michael WestJul 24 19:58
techrights-newsStable Kernels: 5.18.14 and 5.15.57 ? Tux Machines ? 24 19:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Stable Kernels: 5.18.14 and 5.15.57 | Tux MachinesJul 24 19:59
techrights-news[PATCH 5.10 000/148] 5.10.133-rc1 review 24 20:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-[PATCH 5.10 000/148] 5.10.133-rc1 review []Jul 24 20:01
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techrights-news"In his book On Writing, Steven King talks about where he gets ideas. It’s a common question, I think, for anyone who writes steadily. I know people have asked me, “How do you find stuff to write about?” What King says resonates with me: I don’t go out seeking ideas, they whiz by me all day; I’ve just gotten better at recognizing them." 24 20:02
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Finding Stuff to Write About - Jim Nielsen’s BlogJul 24 20:02
techrights-newsWhen courts become political offices with endless terms and no elections 24 20:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Supreme Court’s Crisis of Legitimacy - YES! MagazineJul 24 20:03
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techrights-news"Funny to see what kind of head-banging creating concoction of talk Zini delivered to DebConf 2022. Obviously, no lesson learned, no reflection on their own failures to act properly. Always putting forth their private animosities over objective reasoning." 24 20:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Enrico Zini on DAM and "responsability" | There and back againJul 24 20:05
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techrights-newsGoogle #Android Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 20:11
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Android Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 20:11
techrights-newsToday’s #HowTos | #UNIX • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 20:11
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's howtos | Tux MachinesJul 24 20:11
techrights-newsSoftware: sq, InfCloud, dicom, 3DimViewer, and More • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 20:11
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Software: sq, InfCloud, dicom, 3DimViewer, and More | Tux MachinesJul 24 20:11
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techrights-newsLinks 24/07/2022: sq 0.27.0 Released | Techrights ⚓ | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 20:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Links 24/07/2022: sq 0.27.0 Released | TechrightsJul 24 20:37
techrights-newsSecurity Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 20:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Security Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 20:37
techrights-newsProgramming Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 20:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Programming Leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 20:37
techrights-newsHardware Hacking and Modding • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 20:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Hardware Hacking and Modding | Tux MachinesJul 24 20:37
techrights-newsToday’s 𝘛𝘶𝘹 𝘔𝘢𝘤𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘦𝘴 Leftovers • Tux Machines ⇨ 24 20:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's leftovers | Tux MachinesJul 24 20:38
schestowitzsome company trying to bribe me:Jul 24 20:39
schestowitz"Jul 24 20:39
schestowitzHi Roy,Jul 24 20:39
schestowitzHope you had a nice weekend. Just checking in to see if you've got any interest in reviewing the super-smart self-emptying Dreame D10 Plus robot vacuum/mop. Jul 24 20:39
schestowitz"Jul 24 20:40
schestowitz[TR2]The same person also offered a laptop for "review"Jul 24 20:41
schestowitz[TR2]sad thing is,Jul 24 20:41
schestowitz[TR2]a lot of reviews you find online are fakeJul 24 20:41
schestowitz[TR2]by people who accept these bribesJul 24 20:42
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techrights-newsThis is inane, mindless jingoism from John Gruber 24 20:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Daring Fireball: Apple Silicon Is an Inconvenient TruthJul 24 20:51
techrights-newsLOL. "Apple silicon is a profoundly inconvenient truth for many computer enthusiasts who do not like Macs, so they’ve gone into denial, like Fox News cultists and climate change. It’s that simple"... what next? Calling people who aren't Apple customers "Apple deniers"?Jul 24 20:51
techrights-news"Bluetooth is an open industry standard"... err, no, John Gruber. It's a bloody PATENT CARTEL and it introduces security problems. Hype for gimmicks. 24 20:52
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Daring Fireball: CNN: ‘Why Bluetooth Remains an “Unusually Painful” Technology After Two Decades’Jul 24 20:52
techrights-newsJohn Gruber = Apple clergy. If you don't buy Apple, you are an infidel and on par with climate science deniers!Jul 24 20:54
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techrights-news"It's been a long time since the altruistic early web—putting content out there for the its own sake. The web doesn't feel transactional anymore, either. If I could put a label on the current state of things, it feels extractive." 24 20:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Saying thank you – Eric BaileyJul 24 20:57
DaemonFCThe fact that Debian went to WIPO to get the name instead of to an American court of law is.....unsettling.Jul 24 20:58
techrights-newsI wrote a new track... Finally! gemini:// 24 20:58
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DaemonFCUS-based domains shouldn't be subject to some "international organization". It should have to be argued in an American court using American trademark laws.Jul 24 20:59
techrights-news"Thank you, team Ardour, I really love this DAW. (Compiling it required a dirty hack. If you try to compile version 6.9.0 and it fails, let me know, I will share my dirty hack.)" gemini:// 24 20:59
DaemonFCI actually looked into why WIPO claims to have jurisdiction over Americans, and of course it was Bill Clinton.Jul 24 20:59
schestowitz[TR2]bruce perens said the debian trademark should be in the public domainJul 24 21:00
DaemonFCAre there any top-level domains that are beyond WIPO?Jul 24 21:00
DaemonFCMaybe we should provide a list about that.Jul 24 21:00
schestowitz[TR2]WIOPO is corruptJul 24 21:00
schestowitz[TR2]iirc, they also went after mjg at one pointJul 24 21:00
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | WIPO - TechrightsJul 24 21:00
schestowitz[TR2]WIPO just works for oligarchyJul 24 21:00
schestowitz[TR2]more so than typical tribunalsJul 24 21:01
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Francis Gurry - TechrightsJul 24 21:01
DaemonFCYes, but like patent trolls going after Microsoft, that doesn't necessarily mean the concept of patent trolls is a good thing just because it blows up on the bad guys sometimes.Jul 24 21:01
DaemonFCIt benefits them more often than it blows up in their face, so they continue pushing it.Jul 24 21:01
schestowitz[TR2]blow up in their fake?Jul 24 21:01
schestowitz[TR2]does it bankrupt them>?Jul 24 21:01
schestowitz[TR2]noJul 24 21:01
schestowitz[TR2]it bankrupts the small guysJul 24 21:02
schestowitz[TR2]Biden and Trump BAIL OUT MicrosoftJul 24 21:02
schestowitz[TR2]so even if they "lose" they just enrich some lawyersJul 24 21:02
schestowitz[TR2]and keep on goingJul 24 21:02
DaemonFCIt hits them for millions of dollars sometimes, but that's small potatoes compared to how it benefits them overall.Jul 24 21:02
schestowitz[TR2]yesJul 24 21:02
schestowitz[TR2]like the patent systemJul 24 21:02
DaemonFCThey can just pass on the loss to people who don't even want to be their "customer" such as forcing them to buy Windows licenses whether they want to or not, or ever use it, and jacking up the price to reflect the losses to patent trolls.Jul 24 21:02
schestowitz[TR2]anyway, bill clinton did nafta iircJul 24 21:02
schestowitz[TR2]he also spent some time in no-man\'s landJul 24 21:03
schestowitz[TR2]lolita expressJul 24 21:03
schestowitz[TR2]maybe with that other bill too at some pointJul 24 21:03
schestowitz[TR2]uncle bilJul 24 21:03
schestowitz[TR2]aka "creepy"Jul 24 21:03
schestowitz[TR2]bblJul 24 21:03
DaemonFCNAFTA was "bipartisan". When they say something is "bipartisan" it means they've found something that everyone agrees is horrible to pass unanimously. Jul 24 21:03
DaemonFCIt means really watch out.Jul 24 21:03
DaemonFCWhat's going to be hilarious.....I was considering this in the car, is when all of these white male tech workers finally get what they "want" and women, like immigrants, start flooding into the tech sector too.Jul 24 21:04
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DaemonFCAnd they can finally figure out what it's like to get laid off en masse or watch their wages flatline for decades until they're like auto mechanics or factory workers.Jul 24 21:05
DaemonFCMaking $15-20 an hour, like they were 10-15-20 years ago.Jul 24 21:05
DaemonFCThe corporate types always want MORE of a labor pool to draw from because it gives the workers less negotiating power.Jul 24 21:06
DaemonFCWhen there are double the amount of people who can do that job, why should they give you a fair paycheck, lots of vacation time, good health insurance, huge retirement plan match, and a free cafeteria and childcare center?Jul 24 21:07
DaemonFCThere's going to be 10 people just like you whether it's H1-B or "women" or something.Jul 24 21:07
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DaemonFCSo they can hide their assault on labor power under the guise of "diversity and inclusion".Jul 24 21:07
DaemonFCAnd the fact that Debian is doing these tells you they're being "controlled".Jul 24 21:07
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DaemonFCSuddenly those men who were getting all these great job perks and their spouse didn't have to work at all will end up with shitty wages and their spouse is forced into the jobs market, they'll have health insurance where the deductible goes up another $1,000 a year just like everybody else, and both their employers will say childcare is "not our problem". Go figure it out on what your job...Jul 24 21:09
DaemonFC...paid 15 years ago.Jul 24 21:09
DaemonFCThey're promoting something that will hurt themselves terribly. They learned nothing from watching it happen to, say, automotive workers.Jul 24 21:10
DaemonFCschestowitz It's Corporate America that always wants something for nothing. Take the birth rate for example. They're super pissed nobody is having kids, but they don't pay enough to even entertain the idea, and they're saying they'll pay your travel expenses to get an abortion.Jul 24 21:11
DaemonFCSo they create the problem, then they complain about it.Jul 24 21:11
DaemonFCPeople aren't happy with the way their lives are going. They're not happy that their family lineage comes to an unceremonious dead-end while Bill Gates considers human life to be viruses with legs that should be sterilized and driven into such poverty that the only way to keep anything is to not reproduce.Jul 24 21:13
DaemonFCBut at the same time, they do nothing to fight it.Jul 24 21:13
*psydroid2 is surprised no one has tried to take out Bill Gates yetJul 24 21:13
DaemonFCThe Gates Foundation hasn't improved a single human life in a single country it has operated in. More often than not, it does unethical experiments on millions of people who go to the news later and say how sad they are that they bought into it.Jul 24 21:14
DaemonFCThe Gates Foundation lies worse than Trump. Going to Africa and telling them circumcision would make them totally immune to HIV.Jul 24 21:14
DaemonFC98% of men in the US are circumcised and the 8 or so men I know with HIV are all circumcised.Jul 24 21:15
DaemonFCAnd those African men that got snipped said that they threw caution to the wind because the Gates Foundation said "totally immune" and many of them have HIV now, and it's caused an explosion of other diseases.Jul 24 21:15
DaemonFCAnd where is Saint Bill of Gates? Not talking about it. That's where he is.Jul 24 21:16
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DaemonFCSomehow, millions of people, a large number of which can't read at all, manage to sign consent forms that are written by attorneys from the Gates Foundation.Jul 24 21:17
DaemonFCpsydroid2is surprised no one has tried to take out Bill Gates yetJul 24 21:17
DaemonFCHe's not well liked even in the United States where his corrupt media presence is worse than it is anywhere else.Jul 24 21:17
DaemonFCAt least from what I've managed to ascertain.Jul 24 21:18
DaemonFCHe focuses most of the media corruption on the English-speaking world. Maybe that's just because he doesn't need it elsewhere.Jul 24 21:19
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DaemonFCIt costs almost nothing to corrupt officials in developing countries.Jul 24 21:19
DaemonFCIn Mexico, if you have twenty bucks, most cops will look the other way and take a cigarette break.Jul 24 21:19
DaemonFCSo you can imagine what their politicians are like.Jul 24 21:19
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DaemonFCMexico is not a safe place for Americans to be. The kidnappings are really the least of it.Jul 24 21:20
DaemonFCThe police are usually in on it, whatever "it" is.Jul 24 21:20
DaemonFCThey can be "bad" in America, it's not unheard of for cops to be "on the take", but it's not so out of control that the military often has to come in and disarm the entire police force so they can take over law enforcement without being shot in the back.Jul 24 21:22
DaemonFCThe problems going on that are pouring over the border with Mexico are incidental lately.Jul 24 21:22
DaemonFCIt's China by proxy.Jul 24 21:22
DaemonFCThey want to poison Americans with fentanyl and get the money back without having to admit that it's where it's all coming from.Jul 24 21:23
DaemonFCI honestly believe that the fentanyl trafficking has the backing of the Communist Party in China. There's not much that goes on in China unless they're allowing it.Jul 24 21:24
DaemonFCWhoever wrote the latest DEA report on this problem was saying that Xi has plans to "crack down" on it, which just means that the DEA is repeating Communist propaganda. The Chinese government has no intention of shutting that down. Too much money.Jul 24 21:25
DaemonFCThe worst part about Biden's presidency is that things are actually getting so bad in this country it's like something out of the Old Testament unfolding on Sodom and Gomorrah, and where is the President?Jul 24 21:26
DaemonFCOff eating ice cream cones.Jul 24 21:26
MinceRinstead, you could have a president who is _causing_ the problems :>Jul 24 21:27
DaemonFCThe Democrats and Republicans have turned this place into "Sodom and Gomorrah". If you look, actually read what kind of moral corruption was at work there in Leviticus, it wasn't about homosexuality. It was exactly what Democrats and Republicans are up to here.Jul 24 21:28
DaemonFCBeing uncharitable to strangers was actually the worst of it, apparently. Okay, the Republicans have nailed that. It's called Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Border Patrol. Jul 24 21:29
DaemonFCThen moving on, you had all sorts of sexual perversions. Too many to list, just every kind of perversion. Democrats. To top it all off, if you get pregnant, just kill it. Right up to the time of birth.Jul 24 21:29
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DaemonFCA person who says they are a biblical person could not support any of this, yet still 78% of Americans say they are Christians, and this happens.Jul 24 21:30
DaemonFCSomeone's electing them!Jul 24 21:30
DaemonFCThere's never really a mention of homosexuality as such in the account of God destroying Sodom and Gomorrah. It was being uncharitable to foreigners and "general sexual perversion" where the last straw was the villagers attempting to rape the angels sent to Lot's house.Jul 24 21:32
DaemonFCAnd so it was really just this "general corruption". It got beaten into an anti-gay narrative just by people who are morally corrupt themselves and don't like gays.Jul 24 21:33
DaemonFCMinceRinstead, you could have a president who is _causing_ the problems :>Jul 24 21:33
DaemonFCOh but he is!Jul 24 21:33
DaemonFCI have a post about ready to go up about how disgusting some gay men are.Jul 24 21:34
DaemonFCWith the whole Monkeypox outbreak.Jul 24 21:34
DaemonFCLike, 95% of the problem is gay men on Grindr fucking their way across Europe and Thailand, just like AIDS.Jul 24 21:34
DaemonFCGoing "Don't blame us! Anyone can get it! Theoretically! I knew there was something off about that one guy's dick! Maybe that's where I got Monkeypox!"Jul 24 21:35
DaemonFC"Or maybe they weren't bleaching the sex swing at that bathhouse in Hamburg."Jul 24 21:35
DaemonFCHow is anyone supposed to react to stories like this where the "news", NBC in this case, interviews 18 gay men with Monkeypox, and it's all things like this, and  at least one of them freely admits he already had HIV?Jul 24 21:36
DaemonFCNobody knows what to tell the contact tracers, because they didn't know any of those men well enough to get even their first name.Jul 24 21:37
DaemonFCAnd if you say anything at all about how nasty this Grindr thing is and how disgusting the majority of the people on it are, you're a homophobe. Even if you're gay.Jul 24 21:37
DaemonFCIn my opinion, men like this are like NAMBLA. At least the majority of gay men knew what to do with NAMBLA when they were trying to crash PRIDE events. Punch them in the face and drag them out by the collar. Jul 24 21:38
DaemonFCOnly with these people, you don't want to touch them. It's like the Borg, only with Monkeypox.Jul 24 21:39
DaemonFC:)Jul 24 21:39
DaemonFCOf course Chicago is an epicenter of the Monkeypox pandemic in the United States. It's gross. It's just so gross. To say nothing about there being a bathhouse there.Jul 24 21:39
DaemonFCI have never been to a bathhouse in my life. I know what goes on in there. People sniffing "poppers" and letting 20 men they don't know fuck them until they're so loose that it's probably like throwing a hotdog through a football stadium.Jul 24 21:40
DaemonFCThen they're on NBC going "I can't believe all these lesions on my asshole! Can you!?" How did it happen? Who "nose"? Too soon? :)Jul 24 21:41
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DaemonFCBut how did Biden add to this problem? Despite all of these nasty fucks who are just never going to go away, there's a Smallpox vaccine stockpile in the US with enough doses for everyone.Jul 24 21:43
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DaemonFCRotting away in government warehouses while Biden, Chuck, and Nancy invest in a company that has a patented vaccine that nobody has ever used before. Then they buy those.Jul 24 21:43
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DaemonFCAnd then you have these idiot "public health officials" in Chicago saying "Do you have skin? You can get Monkeypox!". Okay, well, that's not untrue, but I'm also not rubbing up against random strangers from Grindr and then surprised later if I'm covered in lesions. I'm not doing that.Jul 24 21:45
DaemonFCSo there's like almost no risk.Jul 24 21:45
DaemonFC"When AIDS was new, public health experts that asks for the bathhouses in San Francisco to be shut down, where gay men went as the "Grindr" of the time (some still do), mainly to do drugs and each other, those people got booed off the stage.Jul 24 21:52
DaemonFCWorse, many gay men accused AIDS of being "trumped up" by the Reagan Administration to "put gay men back in the closet".Jul 24 21:52
DaemonFCYes, the first AIDS deniers were gay men who didn't want to cope with the mess they got themselves into, and later came the people who wanted to sell worthless supplements. Many of the AIDS deniers who got AIDS were the first to die, since you can't treat a disease you won't even admit you have. Jul 24 21:52
DaemonFCInstead, the gay men in the 1980s blamed a Republican President that they just didn't happen to like already, and said that anyone who told them to stop having unprotected sex and wear a condom, and shut down the bathhouses was being "sex negative" and "homophobic", and they didn't spare gay men who just wanted to put a lid on the AIDS crisis and save lives."Jul 24 21:52
DaemonFC"There's absolutely no reason to expect that to change now that the new pandemic is Monkeypox."Jul 24 21:53
DaemonFC"There will be victims of Monkeypox who didn't bring it on themselves."Jul 24 21:54
DaemonFC"The media is drawing attention away from the people who should get the vaccine first. Healthcare professionals, school children (shared playground equipment, toys, etc.), not people who go on sex vacations across Europe, Thailand, and the Philippines, and use Grindr."Jul 24 21:54
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DaemonFC"The "gay community" has known that there were way worse things out there than Monkeypox since the AIDS crisis, 40 years ago, and I'll bet you most or all of the men in the NBC article didn't wear a condom."Jul 24 21:55
DaemonFC"Not that they bothered to report such, because it would just confirm that these people are as gross as you suspected already."Jul 24 21:55
DaemonFC"Monkeypox is just going to be another animal at the zoo by the time our idiot President is finished eating ice cream cones while it spreads across the United States. "Jul 24 21:56
DaemonFC"If they cared about this being a "global emergency", Biden, Chuck, and Nancy would open up the government warehouses and get the forklifts rolling and get the Smallpox vaccine rolling out. We know it's safe. My mom had to take it in 1963 when it was a routine childhood vaccination."Jul 24 21:57
DaemonFC"Another upside would be, if Putin and Xi decide to throw the United States into further chaos by releasing a Smallpox pandemic onto us, we'll already be vaccinated. "Jul 24 21:58
DaemonFC"(Although I believe such a situation is unlikely. Diseases are hard to control. The Chinese couldn't stop COVID-19 even with all the options of having a brutal Communist dictatorship on the table. It was far easier for them to control the narrative by throwing out journalists from free countries.)"Jul 24 21:58
DaemonFC"Something that is mostly going around among a bunch of slobs that the media digs up that are all on a gay f**k app, and the healthcare professionals unlucky enough to have to take care of them when they show up and want their lesions tended to, just doesn't sound like a me problem at this point in my life."Jul 24 22:00
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Massive Losses Define Epidemic of ‘Pig Butchering’ – Krebs on SecurityJul 24 22:10
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | AI gone wrong? Chess robot breaks child's finger at Russia tournament | MintJul 24 22:29
MinceR"A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing."Jul 24 22:31
MinceRnot for long!Jul 24 22:31
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AdmFubarwookies aren't the only thing that will tear your arm off if they loseJul 24 22:39
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phanesim not passed doing thatJul 24 22:44
MinceRwar droid vs wookiee "chess" matchJul 24 22:48
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mateyhiJul 24 22:52
mateyi assume youve seen this by now: 24 22:52
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mateythe thing phanes is working onJul 24 22:53
techuserdon't remember such websiteJul 24 22:53
mateyoh its one of the people in hereJul 24 22:53
techuserI don't actively read logsJul 24 22:53
mateyidk how long its been online, fairly new thoughJul 24 22:53
mateybasically tracking cancel cultureJul 24 22:53
mateylike cancelculturepediaJul 24 22:54
mateythats what it looks like so far at leastJul 24 22:54
phanesnot quiteJul 24 22:54
mateyno?Jul 24 22:54
phanesits to address specifically serial defamers in fossJul 24 22:54
mateyoh okJul 24 22:54
mateyso more limited in scopeJul 24 22:54
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phanesif someone actually did something and it winds up on the site it doesn't deserve an entry unless its listed as a pattern of behaviour that invovles defamation or is linked to defamation in other places on a timelineJul 24 22:56
phaneslikeJul 24 22:57
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - GrandmAIJul 24 22:57
phaneslets say matey is killing homeless people in his free time and someone publishes a video of it -- that wouldn't get an entry unless its an action by someone involved in acts of defamation elsewhere, and it is listed as a controversial associationJul 24 22:58
phanesthat saidJul 24 22:58
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phanesit will probably not be unheard of for "controversial associations" to later get moved to serial defamation categories as details unfold, this happens sometimes, we think its a legitimate action that later turns out to be defamationJul 24 22:59
mateyand how does that shift happen Jul 24 23:00
mateylike what does it look like when you go "oh, hmm. actually..."Jul 24 23:00
mateybecause ive rarely seen that firsthandJul 24 23:00
phanesmv $action_listing_parent $defamation_directoryJul 24 23:00
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mateyoh sureJul 24 23:00
mateyyeahJul 24 23:00
mateyi meant in a more observational sense, but that worksJul 24 23:01
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mateycan you think of an exampleJul 24 23:01
phanesmatey, so as im going through some events, i am looking at one that the details just don't add up and its looking more and more like systematic defamation by one person cast as a collaborative effort.  I keep it as a linked controversy for the time being, but, when I have enough credible documentation to assert that it is defamation -- if it gets to that point -- I will move it to the parent dir and write a summary linking to the sourcesJul 24 23:02
mateythats pretty straightforwardJul 24 23:03
phanesthat eventually evolves to a body of documentation that systematically breaks down the whole thing and exposes the problemsJul 24 23:04
DaemonFCschestowitz Is there a way I could easily transfer my blogging to Gemini?Jul 24 23:06
phanesin some cases we may not be able to say "this is defamation" but when it's clear that it is we can do a credibility ratingJul 24 23:06
mateythat should be interestingJul 24 23:07
phanesim sure the retaliation will provide additional content :)Jul 24 23:07
schestowitz[TR2]DaemonFC: you can host it from your laptopJul 24 23:07
mateywin winJul 24 23:08
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Thoughts on Monkeypox as “experts” recommend vaccination to gay men first. Plus: Why Monkeypox is in the media in the first place. – BaronHK's RantsJul 24 23:27
DaemonFC"The states could just buy all of the contact tracing data from Grindr about who you’ve been having sex with. No warrant. Grindr does sell it. To anyone. The state doesn’t want to spook people by admitting it can contact trace that way, I guess.Jul 24 23:27
DaemonFCImmigration and Customs Enforcement buys a ton of data from these app companies.Jul 24 23:27
DaemonFCThe government “knows” everything it cares to, because you’re leaking it all over the place. They just don’t want to make it so obvious that it creeps you out. You getting Monkeypox isn’t really a problem for them.Jul 24 23:27
DaemonFCI was talking to a Chicago Police Detective about Grindr and he said they love Grindr because they can just serve Grindr with a warrant and get all kinds of stuff and that they do it all the time.Jul 24 23:27
DaemonFCThat’s in addition to the fact that undercover cops hide out on it.Jul 24 23:27
DaemonFCLike the majority of “smartphone apps” and “social networks”, Grindr is effectively an arm of the state. Why would the state cut off their arm?"Jul 24 23:27
DaemonFC2793 wordsJul 24 23:28
DaemonFC:)Jul 24 23:28
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DaemonFCAnd that's after I cleaned up and edited it and took out some parts that were redundant.Jul 24 23:29
techrights-news"Koch Industries spent $3.1 million in the first three months of the Trump administration, largely to ensure confirmation of Scott Pruitt as head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)." 24 23:30
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DaemonFCStill spotting things.Jul 24 23:30
DaemonFCschestowitz It's almost impossible to do long posts and not have things jump out every time you read it.Jul 24 23:31
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techrights-news"Today, an email landed on the AFRINIC Resource Policy Discussion list, in which a subscriber accuses the CEO of AFRINIC, Eddy Kayihura, of trying to ask a governmental body to interfere with AFRINIC's independent procedure for electing Board Directors." 24 23:34
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DaemonFCschestowitz Back when people used NNTP, I didn't need to have home Internet to participate in conversations.Jul 24 23:34
DaemonFCI just connected to the library and downloaded that day's messages, and went home and browsed, and compiled some replies, and used the library in a day or two to get back to them.Jul 24 23:35
DaemonFCLike e-mail.Jul 24 23:35
DaemonFCMitchell Baker wasn't wrong about e-mail dying. Fewer and fewer people use it to communicate.Jul 24 23:36
techrights-newsThe Webb Space Telescope’s Profound Data Challenges - IEEE Spectrum ⚓ ䷉ Source: spectrum | ♾ Gemini address: gemini:// 24 23:36
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DaemonFCMore often lately, it's spam from Chili's that I can go in for free chips and salsa with a $20 minimum purchase.Jul 24 23:36
techrights-news"Gov’t pushing for BankID completely unquestioned. Everyone needs a Google account to be a citizen, is where we’re headed." gemini:// 24 23:38
techrights-newsWin thrown away in France? gemini:// 24 23:39
DaemonFCschestowitz I don't know how the police are so successful on Grindr.Jul 24 23:47
DaemonFC"Oh this is a random box that popped up in a smartphone app..... Sure I'll admit I'd do something illegal!"Jul 24 23:47

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