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techrights-newsRacist USA to China: we only want you for your sweatshops. Or your sweat and blood. Come build our rail systems and then GET THE HELL OUT see 27 00:01
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | US plan to decouple its tech with China lacks a strategy โ€ข The RegisterApr 27 00:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Chinese Exclusion Act - WikipediaApr 27 00:01
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techrights-newsNVIDIA 510.68.02 Linux driver... another dodgy blog that defeats the purpose of a freedom-respecting system like gnu+linux 27 00:04
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver | 510.68.02 | Linux 64-bit | NVIDIAApr 27 00:04
schestowitz-TR*blobApr 27 00:04
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techrights-newsNeoliberals. The idea of outsourcing security to another (foreign) territory is ludicrous to say the least. 27 00:09
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | India inks tech pact with EU โ€“ only US has the same deal โ€ข The RegisterApr 27 00:09
techrights-newsIBM/Red Hat/Fedora Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 00:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IBM/Red Hat/Fedora Leftovers | Tux MachinesApr 27 00:10
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–ˆโ–‡โ–‡โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–ƒโ–โ–†โ–…โ–‚โ–โ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ–โ–†โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 33.01 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 43.61โ–• swarm size (avg): 290.35  โŸฒApr 27 00:10
techrights-newsUSA: we cannot trust China on security because we keep attacking and infiltrating Chinese system... and they MIGHT choose to retaliate. Hubris of Empire.Apr 27 00:11
techrights-newsUSA isn't spreading security to Ukraine. It sends more weapons that perpetuate the war and increase death tolls. This is the "STOP RESISTING!" 'world cop', asserting rather vainly that its own aggression and even war crimes are OK because "Well-meaning"... sometimes (exceptionalism). Same for back doors.Apr 27 00:13
MinceRthey could (by glassing every important bit of terrorussia), but they chose not toApr 27 00:14
techrights-newsUSA Inc.: our software and hardware back doors are for "security" and "trust", they're only weapons and malicious when OTHER nations do the same. All those other nations that never dropped nukes on civilians (we've dropped two!) and don't necessarily torture journalists to death.Apr 27 00:15
schestowitz-TRMinceR: there is a shortage of sand at the momentApr 27 00:15
schestowitz-TRwhich means it's making glass more expensive and preciousApr 27 00:15
schestowitz-TRglassing russia would be counter to the sanctionsApr 27 00:16
schestowitz-TRrussia would benefit from selling crystalsApr 27 00:16
MinceRwell, the glass made by detonating thermonuclear warheads above military bases, silos and cities might not be of particularly high qualityApr 27 00:16
MinceRand it wouldn't consist of crystalsApr 27 00:16
MinceRglass is an amorphous solidApr 27 00:16
techrights-newsChina is experimenting on its own people for hype, gimmicks and other crap that could be done (poorly in the 1990s) no real purpose for this, pure yuppie crapApr 27 00:18
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | wins first autonomous taxi license for China โ€ข The RegisterApr 27 00:18
MinceRalso, it would have all sorts of impurities and it would be radioactiveApr 27 00:18
schestowitz-TRwell, if it's made of russiansApr 27 00:19
schestowitz-TRradioactive... impurities./.. putinApr 27 00:19
schestowitz-TRif putin gets glassed, then it's impure for sureApr 27 00:19
schestowitz-TRanyway, it's a net cast too wideApr 27 00:19
schestowitz-TRand even nuking a military base alone is hardApr 27 00:20
schestowitz-TRyou still leave lots of fallout fallen down in nearby townsApr 27 00:20
MinceRisn't that what the usa and the ussr prepared to do in the first cold war?Apr 27 00:20
schestowitz-TRand that leads to many cancer patients in hospitals for yearsApr 27 00:20
schestowitz-TRcruelApr 27 00:20
MinceRand yeah, we might all dieApr 27 00:20
schestowitz-TRMinceR: yesApr 27 00:20
MinceRbut even that is better than becoming slaves to putlerApr 27 00:20
schestowitz-TRTerrorepubolicansApr 27 00:21
techrights-news"This gets us emitting Valhall descriptors in the driver." 27 00:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | panfrost: Valhall driver support (!16035) ยท Merge requests ยท Mesa / mesa ยท GitLabApr 27 00:22
techrights-newsGraalVM CE 22.1 Released 27 00:22
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | GraalVMApr 27 00:22
MinceRSangraalVMApr 27 00:23
schestowitz-TRvanGaalVMApr 27 00:23
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techrights-newsLinks 26/04/2022: LineageOS 19 and WordPress 6.0 Beta 3, More Goodbyes to Twitter | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 00:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Links 26/04/2022: LineageOS 19 and WordPress 6.0 Beta 3, More Goodbyes to Twitter | TechrightsApr 27 00:30
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techrights-newsProprietary Junk, Graft, and Security โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 00:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Proprietary Junk, Graft, and Security | Tux MachinesApr 27 00:31
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techrights-newsWhat a match 27 00:38
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | City 4-3 Real Madrid: Brief highlightsApr 27 00:38
MinceR(cat) 27 00:38
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bnchs__anything new with steam deck?Apr 27 00:39
techrights-news"I love Python as a language. But the Python ecosystem is deeply broken on most systems. Just as with every ecosystem which tried to bypass good old "distributions" to put in place an user controlled rercursive dependencies system." gemini:// 27 00:39
techrights-newsKDE-FreeBSD CI | [bobulate] โš“ ไท‰ Source: euroquisApr 27 00:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | KDE-FreeBSD CI | [bobulate]Apr 27 00:40
techrights-news1) delete Windows. 2) use something better that works for you, not for criminals (Microsoft). 27 00:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How to Disable Computer Notifications on Windows - Make Tech EasierApr 27 00:43
bnchs__how to disable computer notificationsApr 27 00:43
bnchs__"To completely turn off Windows 11 notifications, uncheck the boxes for โ€œOffer suggestions on how I can set up my deviceโ€ and โ€œGet tips and suggestions when I use Windows.โ€"Apr 27 00:43
bnchs__no no no, no hohohohoApr 27 00:44
bnchs__they actually do this?Apr 27 00:44
MinceR"look at the top of his head!"Apr 27 00:44
techrights-newsI am increasingly certain Valve bought him as a shill("influencer") as he no longer covers Free software โš“ ไท‰ Source: Video | Invidious | MultimediaApr 27 00:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 22 new features that landed in the BIGGEST Steam Deck update. Ever. - InvidiousApr 27 00:46
techrights-newsA New Dynamic Wallpaper Maker for GNOME 42 Appears โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 00:48
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | A New Dynamic Wallpaper Maker for GNOME 42 Appears | Tux MachinesApr 27 00:48
bnchs__lolApr 27 00:48
bnchs__gardiner has been shilling valve for many videosApr 27 00:48
schestowitz-TRyes, this becomes obscenely obviousApr 27 00:49
schestowitz-TRhe used to be against drmApr 27 00:49
schestowitz-TRdid a whole video about techrights after we had done some research on drm in linuxApr 27 00:49
schestowitz-TRnot his channel is a steam catalogueApr 27 00:49
bnchs__he's been paid offApr 27 00:49
MinceRin my experience, there's another way to disable "computer notifications" on Backdoors10: when it decides you're busy and mutes notifications (which seems to happen often), just leave it that way :>Apr 27 00:49
schestowitz 27 00:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Gardiner Bryant | TLG - YouTubeApr 27 00:51
schestowitzthe channel was RE-branded tooApr 27 00:51
bnchs__TLGApr 27 00:51
bnchs__the linux.....Apr 27 00:51
bnchs__oh fuckApr 27 00:51
schestowitz-TRwaitApr 27 00:52
schestowitz-TRdid he just REMOVE the video about him getting a HOUSE?Apr 27 00:52
schestowitz-TRI cannot find itApr 27 00:52
bnchs__memoryholedApr 27 00:53
schestowitz-TRhaha, I think he deleted itApr 27 00:53
schestowitz-TRI should have saved a copyApr 27 00:53
bnchs__god damnApr 27 00:53
schestowitz-TRoh waitApr 27 00:53
schestowitz-TRI found itApr 27 00:53
bnchs__well you should download it anywayApr 27 00:54
bnchs__if it ends up actually happeningApr 27 00:54
schestowitz 27 00:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-@Invidious: 27 00:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights--> | I installed SELF-HOSTED security cameras in the ABANDONED house I just bought! - InvidiousApr 27 00:54
schestowitz-TRhe calls it abandonedApr 27 00:56
bnchs__gabe newell looks like evil richard stallmanApr 27 00:56
schestowitz-TRlike it was just "found there"Apr 27 00:56
schestowitz-TR"up for grabs"Apr 27 00:57
schestowitz-TRand then plans to spend a fortune renovating itApr 27 00:57
schestowitz-TRthat cannot be done on gulag ad moneyApr 27 00:57
schestowitz-TRthere's a lot of moneyApr 27 00:57
schestowitz-TRfrom parents, maybe gabe..Apr 27 00:57
schestowitz-TRbut this was just before the channel became a shrine to valve and steam deckApr 27 00:57
schestowitz-TRthis video reminds me of larabelkApr 27 00:58
bnchs__he sponsored an amazon linkApr 27 00:58
schestowitz-TRwith AMDApr 27 00:58
schestowitz-TRpsydruid and I joked about the worth of the giftsApr 27 00:58
bnchs__in the descriptionApr 27 00:58
bnchs__this video is sponsored by synologyApr 27 00:58
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–…โ–ƒโ–†โ–ƒโ–…โ–†โ–„โ–‡โ–†โ–„โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–†โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 21.93 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 27.86โ–• swarm size (avg): 338.71  โŸฒApr 27 00:59
bnchs__"smart" cameras with proprietary firmwareApr 27 00:59
schestowitz-TRthere are ads/plugs in thereApr 27 01:00
schestowitz-TRanyway, gnApr 27 01:00
bnchs__goodnightApr 27 01:03
bnchs__ 27 01:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | RMS is back at the FSF: Proof they don't care about free software. - InvidiousApr 27 01:04
bnchs__made by the same guy who shills valve and steam deckApr 27 01:04
DaemonFCschestowitz-TR, Capital One thought they'd snow me under with a bunch of non-fillable PDFs.Apr 27 01:13
DaemonFCSo I uploaded them all to a site that let me drop text in and put a signature on the letter, and then I went and submitted everything they asked for directly to their website.Apr 27 01:14
DaemonFCThe batteries asshole is going to wish he had never met me.Apr 27 01:14
DaemonFCI included to mention that he made an obscene phone call to my house regarding me asking for the remote programming fee back.Apr 27 01:16
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DaemonFCEvil Richard Stallman.petition.github.mjg59_ Apr 27 01:26
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Capital One tried to cause me to miss a dispute deadline in my case against Batteries Plus Bulbs. โ€“ BaronHK's RantsApr 27 01:39
DaemonFC"For extra measure, I called Bhushan Chouhan โ€œincompetentโ€, โ€œunscrupulousโ€, โ€œmaliciousโ€ and said he was โ€œacting in bad faithโ€ by โ€œattempting to keep my money for services that I did not receiveโ€, and that he โ€œmade an obscene and harassing phone call and threatened to call the police because I am making this credit card dispute!โ€."Apr 27 01:40
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Microsoft fixes 40-minute Point of Sale bug in Windows 11 โ€ข The RegisterApr 27 01:44
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–‚โ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–‡โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–†โ–„โ–‚โ–โ–†โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–‡โ–†โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–‚โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 28.00 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 27.83โ–• swarm size (avg): 326.38  โŸฒApr 27 01:59
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-AWS, Google Cloud offer limited cost-management cloud tools - ProtocolApr 27 02:13
DaemonFCschestowitz-TR, Someone linked to a Geico internal email.Apr 27 02:16
DaemonFCIt says that due to rising prices to repair cars after an accident and due to COVID letting up, leading to more driving and accidents, they are suspending the option to buy policies over the phone in many states.Apr 27 02:17
DaemonFCNow you'll have to use the mobile app or Web site, or find one of the local agents.Apr 27 02:17
DaemonFCThey don't have very many agents.Apr 27 02:17
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–…โ–‡โ–†โ–…โ–†โ–‡โ–…โ–ˆโ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–‚โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–†โ–โ–‚โ–โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 22.81 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–ƒโ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–โ– avg(k/sec) 53.16โ–• swarm size (avg): 473.28  โŸฒApr 27 02:59
techrights-ipfs-botโ˜ž Gemini requests since start of month:   327832 total โ€ข Total number of pages in capsule: 40334 โ€ข     Active: active (running) since Mon 2022-02-07 16:50:38 GMT; 2 months 17 days agoApr 27 03:05
DaemonFCGeico's app doesn't seem to actually detect about a third of the trips I take in the car.Apr 27 03:06
DaemonFC:PApr 27 03:06
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DaemonFCI guess that's a good thing. One thing it gauges for risk is how many miles you drive.Apr 27 03:07
DaemonFCThey have it set up so that most people get at least _some_ policy discount from using the app.Apr 27 03:07
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DaemonFCMost insurers set things up like this intentionally. They don't want all their customers to get mad and cancel their policies, but at the same time they'd like to hike rates on the worst 5-6% of their drivers to get rid of high risk policies.Apr 27 03:08
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DaemonFC 27 03:49
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 'The 1990 Chevrolet Lumina Is The Official Car Of Disney-MGM Studios'Apr 27 03:49
DaemonFC"Clearcoat paint is standard." Yeah, it peeled too.Apr 27 03:51
DaemonFCI got the 1992 Lumina from my dad and drove it for a while. It held up mechanically quite well.Apr 27 03:51
DaemonFCBut the body was pretty ugly from clearcoat peeling.Apr 27 03:52
DaemonFCThere is no throttle linkage on my Buick. They completely removed the accelerator cable.Apr 27 03:56
DaemonFCThere's an electronic sensor and motor for the throttle body.Apr 27 03:56
DaemonFC"A great lineup of affordable family vehicles."Apr 27 03:57
DaemonFCOh my how things have changed.Apr 27 03:57
DaemonFCJunk from Mexico....$60,000.Apr 27 03:57
DaemonFCPayments that go on for 7 years.Apr 27 03:58
DaemonFCThis would have been so absurd back in the 80s and 90s that nobody would have believed it.Apr 27 03:58
DaemonFCI mean, sure people financed cars all the time, but I can't remember anyone getting a car loan that went on past 4-5 years.Apr 27 03:58
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–…โ–โ–†โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–‚โ–ƒโ–†โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–โ–†โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ– avg(k/sec) 20.43 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ– avg(k/sec) 49.26โ–• swarm size (avg): 329.93  โŸฒApr 27 03:59
DaemonFCNow they go out 7 or 8 years because there's no other way to get the monthly payment to where people could possibly do it.Apr 27 03:59
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DaemonFCWell I can't say I like how cramped the engine bay is, but that's something all BMWs suffer from. Looks like there's at least less plastic in a 1995.Apr 27 04:01
DaemonFCThe interior leather seats and console look like something out of 90s Star Trek.Apr 27 04:02
MinceRtoo bad it's 27 years old so it's a miracle there's something left of it that you can show to people who are not using a microscopeApr 27 04:02
DaemonFCMinceR, My Buick is holding up well for being 14 years old.Apr 27 04:04
DaemonFCAlthough I did have to replace a lot of wear items and flush out all the fluids.Apr 27 04:04
DaemonFCIt runs really well now though.Apr 27 04:05
DaemonFCIt got a brake job yesterday. Pads, rotors....had the fluid flushed out at Chevy when I was up there anyway for something else.Apr 27 04:06
DaemonFCTwo new front wheel hub bearings.Apr 27 04:06
DaemonFCOne had seized up.Apr 27 04:06
DaemonFCThe car was just kind of pushing it along.Apr 27 04:06
DaemonFCThe powertrain seems to be in fine shape though.Apr 27 04:07
DaemonFCIf I ever do lose the radiator, it's not going to be an OE radiator that replaces it. It'll be one of those ones from China. It's kind of hard to screw up a radiator, so there's really no reason to buy an OE one.Apr 27 04:07
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DaemonFCBut the flush job seemed to clear out all of the gunk.Apr 27 04:08
DaemonFCMinceR, That's sort of the secret to car ownership.Apr 27 04:08
DaemonFCYou learn where you need OE parts and where you really don't.Apr 27 04:08
DaemonFCAnything that really takes a lot of abuse, you have to be careful what you buy. AutoZone will sell you a belt tensioner for the Buick for $50, but it won't be a quality part.Apr 27 04:09
DaemonFCI made the mistake on my Taurus of using an AutoZone belt tensioner and it was broken again within 2 years.Apr 27 04:09
DaemonFCMinceR, I heard a good one the other day.Apr 27 04:11
DaemonFCLandlords are almost all Republicans, and they complain about people on welfare sitting around waiting for money to appear.Apr 27 04:11
DaemonFCIrony.Apr 27 04:11
DaemonFCMy landlord doesn't drive a luxury car though, at least.Apr 27 04:12
DaemonFCHe drives an early 2000s Ford Explorer.Apr 27 04:12
DaemonFCIt's nice to know that he's not jacking up our rent and then driving a $90,000 car with it, you know.Apr 27 04:13
DaemonFCMinceR, Pads and rotors on both axles and two wheel hub bearings on the Buick was cheaper than just a wheel hub bearing for MARISOL's BMW.Apr 27 04:21
DaemonFCNice, huh?Apr 27 04:21
DaemonFCTHey have gourmet coffee at BMW!Apr 27 04:21
DaemonFCMinceR, I have a BMW joke for you.Apr 27 04:24
DaemonFCKnock Knock.Apr 27 04:24
DaemonFCWhoApr 27 04:25
DaemonFCErr, Who's there?Apr 27 04:25
DaemonFCCylinder 5!Apr 27 04:25
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DaemonFCScotty Kilmer got a reader question about running over a porcupine and ending up with quills in his tire and asking if he should leave it alone or take them out, and Kilmer says leave them in until you can get to the shop and just replace the tire. "I don't know if insurance covers porcupine damage.".Apr 27 04:31
DaemonFCThey actually will if you have comprehensive, but it's probably not worth filing a claim.Apr 27 04:32
inbloomamerican cars breakdown alotApr 27 04:32
DaemonFCI mean, maybe if the tires are really expensive tires or something. Like you're a MARISOL and just got conned into paying $1,600 for four tires, and your insurance deductible is $500, you may get a $900 check if you ran over some porcupines and they poppes all of your tires.Apr 27 04:33
inbloomuse to much gazApr 27 04:33
DaemonFCThe Buick doesn't use that much for a 3800 V6.Apr 27 04:33
inbloomthe metal corrodes fast and they use to muchApr 27 04:33
inbloomยดthey drive like bathtubeApr 27 04:33
DaemonFCEven before the wheel hubs in the front got replaced yesterday because of one that was dragging, I was getting 20 in the city in it.Apr 27 04:34
DaemonFCWhich is better than the Impala.Apr 27 04:34
inbloomthe seats look like sofasApr 27 04:34
DaemonFCThe KIA was only getting like 24, and that wasn't a really big or powerful car.Apr 27 04:34
DaemonFCThe KIA engines are just built like crap.Apr 27 04:34
DaemonFCThey burn oil, they catch on fire, they're not efficient for their displacement and cylinder count and the weight of the vehicle.Apr 27 04:35
inbloomkilled in actionApr 27 04:36
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DaemonFC 27 04:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | What does the Kia Eco button do?Apr 27 04:38
DaemonFC"When the Active Eco System is activated, drivers may experience reduced acceleration performance, limited air conditioner function, a different shift pattern and a louder engine all occurrences happening to improve gas mileage."Apr 27 04:38
DaemonFCOh good. Lousy engine performance, crappy air conditioning, and noise.Apr 27 04:39
DaemonFCMinceR, ^Apr 27 04:39
DaemonFCHow, exactly, does making the engine noisier improve fuel economy?Apr 27 04:40
inbloomDaemonFC is some guy out from the mad max movieApr 27 04:43
DaemonFCThe Buick is going in next week for rust repair so it's back to driving the Impala around for a little while.Apr 27 04:43
DaemonFCThere's not much rust on the Buick considering the age, but I intend to get rid of the body rust. The undercarriage looks really good.Apr 27 04:44
DaemonFCThe gas tank might even be new.Apr 27 04:44
inbloomits not rust it patinaApr 27 04:44
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inbloomBuick costs a buckApr 27 04:51
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–„โ–โ–„โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–†โ–‚โ–†โ–โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–†โ–ƒโ– avg(k/sec) 20.45 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–ˆโ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 53.28โ–• swarm size (avg): 392.73  โŸฒApr 27 04:59
inbloomhey DaemonFC have you gone for a drive?Apr 27 05:02
inbloomyou can irc and drive on a teslaApr 27 05:02
DaemonFCNot a great idea, really.Apr 27 05:03
inbloomits legalApr 27 05:04
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–…โ–„โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–‡โ–…โ–‚โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–‡โ–„โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–†โ–‚โ–„โ–†โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–†โ–†โ– avg(k/sec) 23.05 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 38.50โ–• swarm size (avg): 281.00  โŸฒApr 27 05:59
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mateyso the thing about reproducible builds vs "who wrote what" is...Apr 27 06:24
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mateyreproducible builds can be automated and proven, consensus can be reached on whether its verifiedApr 27 06:25
mateywho wrote what (in terms of credits being available) is mostly a solved problemApr 27 06:25
mateywho not to trust will never be a solved problemApr 27 06:25
mateyhowever, lets say it WAS solvedApr 27 06:26
mateyeven if you trusted everyone who wrote the code, thats misses the point doesnt it?Apr 27 06:26
mateybecause to know whose code was in the binary...Apr 27 06:26
mateyyoud need some way to verify the build...Apr 27 06:26
mateyand now (hopefully) you understand why this is solving what CAN be solved and (not only that) what has to be solvedApr 27 06:26
mateyfor the "who to trust" thing to even make it into the binaryApr 27 06:27
matey(of course this is common sense)Apr 27 06:27
inbloomtrust no oneApr 27 06:27
mateyhe changed that to "trust everyone" in another episodeApr 27 06:27
inbloomwho?Apr 27 06:28
mateymulderApr 27 06:28
matey/me doesnt trust people who say "trust no one" because its what they would want (probably)Apr 27 06:28
psydruidstop resisting and trust everyoneApr 27 06:28
mateyunless theyre lying, then its mootApr 27 06:28
inbloomyou can trust them to lieApr 27 06:29
mateyonly in labyrinthApr 27 06:29
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mateyof course calling something a "verifiable build" when it contains blobs is funnyApr 27 06:31
mateyyou could take a completely unverified build, put that blob in a verifiable build process and call the output "verifiable"Apr 27 06:31
psydruida verifiably unverifiable buildApr 27 06:32
mateywhich is cynical, but mostly an illustration of how funny the idea of "reproducible builds" with blobs isApr 27 06:32
mateys/verified/reproducible/ s/verifiable/reproducible/Apr 27 06:32
matey/me thinks a reproducible build with unreproducible blobs should be called a farcical build, but this isnt a knock on the process itselfApr 27 06:33
mateyif its applied to a blobless source then its not as sillyApr 27 06:34
mateyhowever, i suspect the whole thing will be used to sell things like flatcrapApr 27 06:34
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mateyi mean in practice, people will use it as a lever to say "why bother with source?"Apr 27 06:35
matey"this is literally the exact binary you would get if you made it yourself"Apr 27 06:36
mateyand since they wont verify every system, im sure...Apr 27 06:36
mateyit will be used to push certain build systems over others as "secure build" vs notApr 27 06:37
psydruidI remember getting some GNOME application to build was so hard that they recommended just installing the flatcrapApr 27 06:37
mateynone of which means its a bad ideaApr 27 06:37
mateybut even good ideas can have terrible side effectsApr 27 06:37
psydruidFractal, that isApr 27 06:38
SomeH4x0rhiApr 27 06:39
mateyo/Apr 27 06:39
SomeH4x0rbarto did appear for a few minutes yesterdayApr 27 06:39
mateyokayApr 27 06:39
matey/me moves the earth to make it workApr 27 06:40
matey/me realises its silly and puts it backApr 27 06:40
*psydruid verifiably reproduces the earth and obtains a flawed replica that can absolutely not be trusted to spin around its axis in the right directionApr 27 06:55
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matey<psydruid> ACTION verifiably reproduces the earth and obtains a flawed replica that can absolutely not be trusted to spin around its axis in the right direction <- even that would be less trouble than trying to chat in every irc channel at the same timeApr 27 06:58
mateythe barriers between channels is a feature. of course, some people would like to bridge all the channels, and thats fine for the people who want thatApr 27 06:59
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–†โ–†โ–„โ–„โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–…โ–†โ–†โ–‡โ–ƒโ–†โ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–‚โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–†โ–…โ–…โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–„โ–†โ–…โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 18.50 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ– avg(k/sec) 27.95โ–• swarm size (avg): 318.21  โŸฒApr 27 06:59
mateybut very large channels tend to stifle conversationApr 27 07:00
mateyand simulating a very large channel just makes the whole thing read like an appointment bookApr 27 07:00
mateyand every appointment is about a hypothetical conversation that rarely ever happensApr 27 07:01
mateyid rather just use the channel according to its basic design. if other people want to try to squeeze more out of the various networks, theyre free toApr 27 07:02
mateybut for me it does very little, its just extra work without much payoffApr 27 07:02
mateythe puritan farmer approach to irc, till the soil until there are no minerals left to support crop growthApr 27 07:03
inbloomwill elon musk buy irc too?Apr 27 07:08
mateyhe already did, under the pseudonym of andrew leeApr 27 07:10
mateyand it had exactly the opposite effect promisedApr 27 07:10
mateyfreenode went from awful to worthless, and everyone moved to an even LESS free irc Apr 27 07:10
mateyit was supposed to be some sort of renaissanceApr 27 07:11
mateyinstead it was more of an impressionistApr 27 07:11
mateythough tbh, killing the freenode monopoly wasnt all badApr 27 07:12
mateyyou could argue that it needed to dieApr 27 07:12
mateybut just like the fsf, there were so many ways to fight that didnt leave us worse offApr 27 07:13
mateyi mean, even if killing freenode was a given, there were better ways with better outcomesApr 27 07:13
mateywe didnt have to kill it with pure stupidity which is what happenedApr 27 07:14
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mateysame thing happened to debianApr 27 07:14
mateyalthough im pretty sure ibm isnt a pseudonym elonApr 27 07:15
mateyhey!Apr 27 07:15
mateyhe should buy ibmApr 27 07:15
mateynow that would be hilariousApr 27 07:15
techrights-news#Techrights Bulletin for Tuesday, April 26, 2022 full archive: #gnu #linux #freesw #plaintextApr 27 07:15
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mateyfuck twitter, buy big blueApr 27 07:15
mateythey can teach his cars to play chessApr 27 07:15
psydruideverything that is good must come to an endApr 27 07:17
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techrights-news"A lot of serious people are now looking for an exit from twitter. The ones I see are asking about Mastadon. The FSF front page is a bunch of dust stuff about libreplanet, and they evince no concerted, organized activity to stand up instances and education materials -- to move people to Mastadon." 27 07:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Re: thank you elon muskApr 27 07:18
techrights-news"Online security is one of those topics that seems to pop up everywhere, all the time." โ˜› | Source: RTLApr 27 07:22
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | RTL Today - Do's and Don'ts: Online securityApr 27 07:22
techrights-news"Some containers just aren't meant to be connected directly to the internet." โ˜› | Source: Yarmo MachenbachApr 27 07:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Wireguard and docker: providing VPN access to arbitrary containersApr 27 07:23
techrights-news"Monitoring your 3D-Printer with a Raspberry Pi is nothing new" โ˜› | Source: Tom's HardwareApr 27 07:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Raspberry Pi Pico Monitors 3D Printer and Sends Telegram Notifications | Tom's HardwareApr 27 07:23
techrights-news"limitations of libvirt is that it doesn't support making snapshots of virtual machines that use UEFI instead of BIOS booting" โ˜› | Source: uni TorontoApr 27 07:23
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techrights-news"One^wTwo days late for 4/20, I return to discuss equipment authorization" โ˜› | Source: Computers Are BadApr 27 07:23
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Computers Are BadApr 27 07:23
techrights-news"TempleOS had interesting new ideas about how different kinds of data like text, images, and 3D models could be freely mixed" โ˜› |Apr 27 07:24
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Terry Davis Was RightApr 27 07:24
techrights-news"To reduce distractions, notifications for available updates are set to show weekly by default" โ˜› | Source: Systemd 76Apr 27 07:25
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | System76 Blog โ€” Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS has landed!Apr 27 07:25
techrights-news"The head of Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution, claims it recorded a profit of US$175 million (A$237.7 million) in 2021 and is likely to undertake an IPO in 2023" โ˜›,-claims-us$175m-profit-last-year.html | Source: IT WireApr 27 07:26
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-iTWire - Canonical may go public in 2023, claims US$175m profit last yearApr 27 07:26
activelowmission of today: switching back to ISO8859-1, non-Unicode, removal of microsoft truetypeApr 27 07:26
techrights-news"One of the applications that can help organisations develop modern web-based applications is MongoDB" โ˜› | Source: UbuntuApr 27 07:26
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activelowof cause, i will evaluate options, to retain unicode support, within Vim for example, and wherever else unicode is necessaryApr 27 07:27
techrights-news"If youโ€™re interested in the intersection of the right to repair with law and policy, youโ€™ll want to set aside some time" โ˜› | Source: SecurepairsApr 27 07:27
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Friday: SecuRepairs at Symposium on Right To Repair โ€“ securepairs.orgApr 27 07:27
techrights-news"The 2022 edition is about Open, Privacy, and Trust." โ˜› | Source: JoinupApr 27 07:27
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activelowhowever, i will no longer accept Unicode as default, and i will remove Microsoft TrueType here, and together with it everything which depends on itApr 27 07:27
techrights-news"Build steps are great. I use them all the time. But they do come at a cost" โ˜› | Source: Jim NielsenApr 27 07:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Progressively Enhanced Builds - Jim Nielsenโ€™s BlogApr 27 07:28
techrights-news"This post explores the new type-based optimizations in Erlang/OTP 25 where the compiler embeds type information in the BEAM file" โ˜› | Source: ErlangApr 27 07:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Type-Based Optimizations in the JIT - Erlang/OTPApr 27 07:28
activelowISO codepages, had proven sufficient for 50years... and guess what, nowadays i haven't got DEC VT240 support with linux framebuffer console at leastApr 27 07:28
techrights-news"USB-C is a mess. The way manufacturers implement and communicate its features is confusing โ€” and downright misleading at times" โ˜› | Source: Digital TrendsApr 27 07:28
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activelowinstead, i got unicode to render hieroglyphs into consoleApr 27 07:28
matey/me tries to guess how truetype=microsoftApr 27 07:29
techrights-news"Newsletters are the latest shiny thing that a lot of content creators are gravitating toward." โ˜› | Source: Kev QuirkApr 27 07:29
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techrights-news"Dear microbreweries, Maybe instead of your 12th double IPA" โ˜› | Source: SalonApr 27 07:29
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mateyi thought apple and/or adobe did truetype, and apple was the earliest proponentApr 27 07:29
techrights-news"A Merkle tree is a tree of interconnected hashes." โ˜› | Source: Matt RickardApr 27 07:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Merkle TreesApr 27 07:29
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mateyISO codepages, had proven sufficient for 50years... <- by that argument, most of the human existence happened without computers altogetherApr 27 07:30
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techrights-news"There have been multiple reports recently concerning the impacts of the extended pandemic lockdowns on the computer industry" โ˜› | Source: Tom's HardwareApr 27 07:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Laptop Component Shortages Intensify as China Covid Lockdowns Linger | Tom's HardwareApr 27 07:30
activelowmatey: yet couldn't have sent spaceshuttle to the moon without it, DEC VTApr 27 07:30
mateyfair enoughApr 27 07:31
activelowmatey: and i think, this is another missing puzzle, the problem NASA had, when trying to source i8086 era partsApr 27 07:31
activelowremember, vector graphics support within terminal consoleApr 27 07:31
techrights-news"Lately, however, those bonds have frayed as Apple has shown an increasing willingness to ignore the things pro-level users want" โ˜› |Apr 27 07:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Why Apple doesn't care about professional Mac users anymore - Just Well MixedApr 27 07:32
activelowz80/i8086 era DEC VT and Tektronix could do it; linux framebuffer console cannotApr 27 07:32
activelowinstead i got Mapple TrueType and Unicode...Apr 27 07:32
activelowwhich will be, removed, todayApr 27 07:32
mateymapple, huh :)Apr 27 07:32
techrights-news"net profit actually dropped to $16.4 billion" โ˜› | Source: The VergeApr 27 07:33
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activelowand it is possible, to have unicode support without it... i think by integrating iconv with Vim, or similarApr 27 07:33
mateyz80/i8086 era DEC VT and Tektronix could do it; linux framebuffer console cannot <- now seems like a good time to point out that linux itself may be the culprit hereApr 27 07:33
mateyi meanApr 27 07:33
mateywhile bsd carried unix forwardApr 27 07:34
techrights-news"YouTube advertising sales for the first three months of 2022 grew 14%, to reach $6.87 billion" โ˜› | Source: Variety (they drive out the users by 'SPAMMING' them with ads, nonstop!!!)Apr 27 07:34
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mateylinux reinvented it into what we have nowApr 27 07:34
mateyfrom the perspective of linus at leastApr 27 07:34
mateygnu at least, wrote a free compilerApr 27 07:34
activelowgood question, if any of the *BSD supported DEC VT240/340 or Tektronix, on their framebuffer console, doubt they couldApr 27 07:35
activelownot free anymore, to my understandingApr 27 07:35
mateyfree at one pointApr 27 07:35
mateydoubt they could <- they dont like to maintain code that hardly anybody is usingApr 27 07:36
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activelowbtw. this is what i found: 27 07:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Notcurses - dankwiki, the wiki of nick blackApr 27 07:36
mateyand what is the advantage over curses?Apr 27 07:37
activelowthis library does SixelApr 27 07:37
mateyohApr 27 07:37
mateycoolApr 27 07:37
techrights-news"Fidelity will soon start allowing eligible individuals to save a portion of their 401(k) in fakecoin" โ˜› | Source: The VergeApr 27 07:39
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | A software code change would reduce Bitcoinโ€™s energy use by 99.9%: Climate groupsApr 27 07:40
activelowfor now i'll ditch the st simple terminal, because it requires Mapple freetype/fontconfigApr 27 07:40
activelowrxvt, the non-unicode version of it, should be fine, and i still got linux framebuffer console with a sufficient fontApr 27 07:41
techrights-news"employee revolt Musk is likely to face as he seeks to overhaul Twitter" โ˜› | Source: The Telegraph UKApr 27 07:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Twitter staff in uproar over Elon Musk's plans for the social media giantApr 27 07:42
techrights-news"Mandiant has a reputation for attributing attacks, be they mounted through the use of zero-days or not" โ˜› | Source: IT WireApr 27 07:42
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techrights-news"Twitter was flooded with user reports of high-profile accountsโ€™ losing thousands of followers" โ˜› | Source: NBCApr 27 07:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Twitter says mass deactivations after Musk news were โ€˜organicโ€™Apr 27 07:43
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techrights-news"Itโ€™s a high ideal that has been invoked repeatedly over the years by executives of the Internetโ€™s biggest companies" โ˜› | Source: Indian ExpressApr 27 07:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Muskโ€™s Twitter: How his free speech argument could play out in India | Explained News,The Indian ExpressApr 27 07:44
techrights-news"Given Twitter is a global service, it will have to follow the idea of free speech as โ€˜definedโ€™ by each countryโ€™s laws, at least if one goes by Muskโ€™s definition for now." โ˜› | Source: Indian ExpressApr 27 07:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | โ€˜Against censorship that goes far beyond the lawโ€™: Elon Musk on free speech post-Twitter deal | Technology News,The Indian ExpressApr 27 07:44
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activelowthe history of Unicode, beginning in 1990, at that time, ISO wasn't good enough anymore, says wikipedia, for global data exchangeApr 27 07:45
techrights-news"As people express their concern over the fact that Twitter may henceforth be an unmoderated platform" โ˜› | Source: India TimesApr 27 07:45
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Musk: โ€˜I am against censorship that goes far beyond the law.โ€™ Elon Musk clarifies what he means by free speech on Twitter - The Economic TimesApr 27 07:45
techrights-news"left Twitter users high and dry as they did not understand what Musk actually meant by free speech on Twitter." โ˜› | Source: Hindustan TimesApr 27 07:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Musk explains what he meant by free speech for Twitter: โ€˜If people wantโ€ฆโ€™ | World News - Hindustan TimesApr 27 07:46
activelowthe first, to seek support with unicode, were arab/hebrew/hindi ... i see, the same who we have to thank for harfbuzz libraryApr 27 07:46
techrights-news"In other words, heโ€™s got four main ideas for unlocking Twitterโ€™s potential, and every single one is a huge can of worms" โ˜› | Source: The VergeApr 27 07:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Muskโ€™s Twitter plans are a huge can of worms - The VergeApr 27 07:46
activelowbesides, kyrillic/greek and the CJK variants demonstrated, they could do without it, without Unicode, without harfbuzz...Apr 27 07:46
techrights-newsHis very presence dooms the site โ˜› | Source: AxiosApr 27 07:47
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techrights-news"Once they come into force, there will need to be greater transparency around why content is recommended to users" โ˜› | Source: BBCApr 27 07:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Musk warned he must protect Twitter users - BBC NewsApr 27 07:47
activelowso, what were the technicalities and politics, to push Unicode, Mapple TrueType, and the GNOMEification of *unix?Apr 27 07:47
techrights-news"He proposes to authenticate all users" โ˜› | Source: The EconomistApr 27 07:47
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techrights-news"The father of woman killed by ISIS asks the U.S. Supreme Court to consider a case involving algorithms, terrorism, and free speech." โ˜› | Source: ReasonApr 27 07:49
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techrights-newsPros and Cons of Using React Native for Mobile Development โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 07:49
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techrights-news"a delegation from the EPโ€™s Internal Market Committee will visit several company headquarters" โ˜› | Source: European ParliamentApr 27 07:51
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techrights-news"WikiLeaks promptly released the war logs that were published by a host of media organisations and exposed human rights abuses" โ˜› | Source: Indian ExpressApr 27 07:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Explained: Julian Assange extradition order and charges against the Wikileaks founder | Explained News,The Indian ExpressApr 27 07:51
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mateyat a guess i would say bill gates is a jewish reptilian democrat communist who REALLY likes hindiApr 27 07:51
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mateythough from a scholarly standpoint, i would say that 8 bits is pretty modest limitation for handling both code and international textApr 27 07:55
mateyi mean, we used to be able to transmit text with ONLY FIVE bitsApr 27 07:55
mateyjust who should we blame for ascii bloating it up to 7?Apr 27 07:56
mateybaudot is all we needApr 27 07:56
activelowchecked it: fonconfig it is, which GTK2/3 depend on, and with it Mapple TrueTypeApr 27 07:56
mateyits not that i love unicode, i find it a little bit hatefulApr 27 07:57
activelowASCII contains more codes, to control teletype terminals for example... which aren't fully implemented anymore nowadays (VT340 sixels)Apr 27 07:57
mateybut its the implementation i dislike, the idea itself is pretty coolApr 27 07:58
matey which aren't fully implemented anymore nowadays (VT340 sixels) <- sixels are a cool ideaApr 27 07:59
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mateyim not sure why you dont consider them unnecessary bloatApr 27 07:59
mateywhy should we fully implement VT340. with 25 users, when we could fully implement unicode, with millions of users?Apr 27 08:00
activelowyou know what, the real selling point of Unicode: you can read Hebrew, Arab, Hindi, Farsi all at once in parallelApr 27 08:00
activelowhow many different characters? 4billions?Apr 27 08:01
activelowbesides, the ISO standards are still: STANDARDApr 27 08:01
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mateyit probably got to the point where dealing with codepages seemed a bit sillyApr 27 08:02
techrights-newsHeresy: Hare programming language an alternative to C 27 08:02
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mateyi mean suppose youre writing translation softwareApr 27 08:03
mateyevery language you want to add, IF it has a codepageApr 27 08:03
activelowfurthermore, CJK and Greek/Kyrillic implemented in compliance with ISO, it is possible, without GNOMEification, without UnicodeApr 27 08:03
mateyyou need a number of the code page then a number for the glyphApr 27 08:03
mateyand as much as i dislike the unicode implementationApr 27 08:04
mateyim not sure tarring it with the same brush as gnome is fairApr 27 08:04
mateygnome is evilApr 27 08:04
techrights-newsX.Org + Wine Developer Conference 2022 (4-6 October 2022): Overview ยท Indico โš“ 27 08:04
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activelowanother reasoning is, to keep an ASCII clean terminal, ideally with sixel vector graphics support - this is itApr 27 08:04
activelowthis is what i scientist had wanted, vector graphics with terminalApr 27 08:04
mateyfirst thing unicode did was decide on compatibility via its first 128 charactersApr 27 08:05
techrights-newsCapital One tried to cause me to miss a dispute deadline in my case against Batteries Plus Bulbs. - BaronHKโ€™s Rants โš“ ไท‰ Source: baronhkApr 27 08:05
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mateyunicode starts with asciiApr 27 08:05
activelowGTK1 doesn't require fontconfig i think; motif (IEEE _standard_) doesn't require fontconfig... just sayingApr 27 08:05
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 08:05
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matey GTK1 doesn't require fontconfig <- does it support unicode?Apr 27 08:05
activelowdon't know, i'll not bother with itApr 27 08:06
activelowsixel type vector graphics support is more impartant, than GIMPApr 27 08:06
activelow*importantApr 27 08:06
activelowbtw. i think it is possible to use GTK2.6 without it, Mapple TrueType/fontconfig, with GTKFB ... just in case, it's still thereApr 27 08:08
techrights-newsSELinux is unmanageable; just turn it off if it gets in your way โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 08:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | SELinux is unmanageable; just turn it off if it gets in your way | Tux MachinesApr 27 08:08
activelowand as far as the question of unicode is concerned, integration with iconv is possible (inside Vim); CJK, greek, kyrillic are available with both X11 and linux framebuffer consoleApr 27 08:09
activelowwhich is, alltogether, good enoughApr 27 08:09
techrights-news"Subjecting social control media users" โ˜› | Source: EFFApr 27 08:09
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techrights-news"Filternet" โ˜› | Source: EFFApr 27 08:09
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mateygtk1 doesnt support unicodeApr 27 08:09
activelowquestion is: does GTK1 or GTK2.6/GTKFB need unicode support, to show CJK, greek/kyrillic glyphsApr 27 08:10
mateygtk2 uses pangoApr 27 08:10
activelowof cause, the Hebrew/Farsi/Arab/Hindi support is gone; nonetheless it is still possible to have it, GNOMEification with Mapple TrueType, Harfbuzz etc.Apr 27 08:11
activelowgtk2 is slighly confusing, because it seems not consistent among minor version bumps; gtk2.6 used an older pango version 1.8... momentApr 27 08:12
mateyi think we can rule out unicode as a jewish conspiracyApr 27 08:13
mateyCode page 862 ( CCSID 862) (also known as CP 862, IBM 00862, OEM 862 (Hebrew), MS-DOS Hebrew) is a code page used under DOS in Israel for Hebrew. Like ISO 8859-8, it encodes only letters, not vowel-points or cantillation marks.Apr 27 08:13
mateyim not even slightly surprised that hebrew was (mostly) supported before 1990Apr 27 08:13
activelowmatey: seems with pango-1.8 freetype/fontconfig are optional; meaning gtk-2.6/GTKFB and pango-1.8 do not need it... just in case i really want GTK2.6/GTKFBApr 27 08:14
activelowfirst, i need a clean terminalApr 27 08:14
activelow 27 08:15
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Unicode - WikipediaApr 27 08:15
activelow"Unicode consortium"... CaliforniaApr 27 08:16
mateyapparently the indian version of ascii is isciiApr 27 08:17
activelowyear 2020 they are: Adobe, Apple, Facebook, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Netflix, and SAP SEApr 27 08:17
mateyIndian Script Code for Information Interchange is a coding scheme for representing various writing systems of India. It encodes the main Indic scripts and a Roman transliteration. The supported scripts are: Bengaliโ€“Assamese, Devanagari, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Tamil, and Telugu.Apr 27 08:17
mateyISCII does not encode the writing systems of India that are based on Persian, but its writing system switching codes nonetheless provide for Kashmiri, Sindhi, Urdu, Persian, Pashto and Arabic.Apr 27 08:18
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activelownow we got support for that, and vector graphics support for framebuffer console is goneApr 27 08:19
activelowi mean, concerning this, the TI-89 was more capable than any typical *nix terminal i had seen in the last 20 yearsApr 27 08:20
mateyno, you misunderstandApr 27 08:20
mateythat was available in dos, in the 1980sApr 27 08:20
mateyyoure building a timeline that is full of non-facts and glaring omissionsApr 27 08:21
activelowwithout unicode however, you couldn't read more than of language of those all at onceApr 27 08:21
mateyunicode wasnt created to support hebrew and hindi-- those were already supportedApr 27 08:21
activelowwith ISO codepages it is ~190 character glyphs "only" within a single documentApr 27 08:21
activelow^ harfbuzz wasApr 27 08:21
mateythe argument ignores the fact that support for both existed regardless of whether youre talking about unicode or harfbuzzApr 27 08:22
activelowbrought to you, by Mapple, implemented by an Iranian accused of spyingApr 27 08:23
mateyi mean if you want to make things up, sureApr 27 08:23
matey/me accuses activelow of being a german spyApr 27 08:24
mateythere, now baphometos is created by a german nationalist accused of spyingApr 27 08:24
mateythat was easyApr 27 08:24
mateymaybe too easyApr 27 08:24
activelow 27 08:24
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Behdad Esfahbod - WikipediaApr 27 08:24
mateyive read itApr 27 08:24
mateyyou sort of didApr 27 08:25
mateyyou latch onto details but dont seem to love context very muchApr 27 08:25
activelowmatey: i did study at Deutsche Telekom University, which predating 1990, did cooperate with Stasi, and after 1990 was closely associated with Bonn (former capital city of west-germany)Apr 27 08:25
mateyinstead they get glued together in curious waysApr 27 08:25
mateysixels matter, unicode doesnt. thats pretty arbitraryApr 27 08:25
mateyi think both are cool sometimesApr 27 08:25
mateywhy are sixels importantApr 27 08:25
mateytheyre notApr 27 08:26
activelowalthough, i am _not_ a spy, i a _not_ spyingApr 27 08:26
activelowit is very specific, not arbitraryApr 27 08:26
mateyboth are standards, neither standard is relevant to everyoneApr 27 08:26
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activelowvector graphics support (with sixel one option of implementing it), for terminalApr 27 08:27
activelowto provide a workflow, similar to what a TI89 could do, plot curves etc.Apr 27 08:27
mateyokayApr 27 08:27
activelowsince you're saying it, yes, the TI89 series (Motorola) is defunct nowadaysApr 27 08:28
activelowand their firmware never was opensourced...Apr 27 08:28
activelowfurthermore, the economic war and sabotage against global technology, isn't only an accusation, it's a factApr 27 08:29
activelowAdobe, Apple, Facebook, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Netflix, and SAP SEApr 27 08:29
activelowwith DEC VT and Tektronix type vector graphics support for scientific work on terminal, that's a regression, of 50 years alreadyApr 27 08:30
mateyon an 80x25 character screen, sixels will give you a graphics resolution of 80x150Apr 27 08:31
activelowtoo, the entire east-german semiconductor and scientific apparatus are defunctApr 27 08:31
mateythe ti-89 has a resolution of 160x100Apr 27 08:31
mateysixels wont even give you the same pixel countApr 27 08:32
psydruidwhat is the problem with Unicode implementations?Apr 27 08:32
mateyits 75% the pixel count of the ti-89Apr 27 08:32
techrights-newsTwitter = fraudster's sharecropping โ˜› | Source: TruthOutApr 27 08:32
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mateyand half the widthApr 27 08:32
mateybut if you have a framebuffer, why arent you just using pixels?Apr 27 08:33
techrights-newsTwitter = looters' booster 27 08:33
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activelowmatey: sixels too served as a transfer format; for teletype terminals and printers attached with a telephone line and modemApr 27 08:34
mateythats trueApr 27 08:34
techrights-newsCC sucks. The leadership there changed. 27 08:34
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mateybecause it maps to 7-bit asciiApr 27 08:34
activelowwhich is/was, practical, and extremely efficientApr 27 08:34
matey<psydruid> what is the problem with Unicode implementations? <- only that its impossible to open a fucking fileApr 27 08:34
mateyand annoying to write oneApr 27 08:35
techrights-news"Lots of changes coming to the #Thunderbird #email client in the next three months." 27 08:35
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mateyi mean "raw unicode" is no problem at allApr 27 08:35
mateybut the world doesnt use thatApr 27 08:35
mateyit uses encodingsApr 27 08:35
mateyand those are bastardsApr 27 08:36
psydruidwhy is it impossible to open a file and write one?Apr 27 08:36
mateyits not, its just a complete pain in the dickApr 27 08:36
techrights-news"Petition - Australian Standards Should be FREE" 27 08:36
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mateyit used to be trivial to open files and close themApr 27 08:37
psydruidbut what is the underlying reason for that?Apr 27 08:37
mateyi mean it didnt require a libraryApr 27 08:37
techrights-newsold: Using freedom-respecting software 27 08:37
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mateyi would say the underlying reason is that the encodings dont  have headersApr 27 08:37
techrights-newsIT Wire is still served from a blocked LAN infamous for colocating malware (Microsoft)Apr 27 08:37
mateyheaders would make it relatively trivialApr 27 08:37
mateyof course headers would be obnoxious in their own wayApr 27 08:38
psydruidwould headers be needed if everything was Unicode?Apr 27 08:38
mateyeverything CANT be unicodeApr 27 08:38
techrights-newsTotally insane. Now they scam pensioners, too. 27 08:38
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psydruidwhy not?Apr 27 08:38
mateybecause unicode is a binary representation of TEXTApr 27 08:39
mateyand not everything is textApr 27 08:39
mateymachine code for eaxmple, cannot be unicodeApr 27 08:39
techrights-newsiophk: ignores the elephant in the room - Microsoft; maybe should not be in the daily links 27 08:39
mateycompressed data also cannot be unicodeApr 27 08:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | RTL Today - Do's and Don'ts: Online securityApr 27 08:39
psydruidOK, so everything that is text is written in unicodeApr 27 08:39
mateybut thats just itApr 27 08:39
mateyyour idea works fine, if the only files we ever want to open are text filesApr 27 08:39
mateybut just determining if unicode is a text file is just as annoyingApr 27 08:40
mateyso really nothing gets solved this wayApr 27 08:40
mateyby the time you know if its a text file, youve already been through the most annoying partApr 27 08:40
mateyand its the most annoying part that we are hoping to avoidApr 27 08:40
mateyunicode blurs the lines between plaintext and binaryApr 27 08:41
mateyand it doesnt have headersApr 27 08:41 Has Its Biggest Traffic Month in History - Variety โš“ ไท‰ Source: varietyApr 27 08:41
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mateyand that makes it a bitchApr 27 08:41
mateylet me put it this wayApr 27 08:41
mateyive written programs designed to work on a LOT of different dataApr 27 08:41
mateyand when i switched from python 2 to python 3Apr 27 08:42
mateyi spent hours and hours making it work with the unicode-centricity of python 3Apr 27 08:42
mateythen i spent six months testing the python 3 versionApr 27 08:42
mateyit worked pretty reliably for that longApr 27 08:42
mateythen one day, i spent about 30 minutes trying to figure out why something just wasnt workingApr 27 08:42
mateyand i recompiled the program into python 2 instead of 3 and it worked Apr 27 08:43
mateyand i said fuck python 3 foreverApr 27 08:43
mateyits wonky as fuckApr 27 08:43
mateyand unicode is the reasonApr 27 08:43
mateypython 2 is also wonky, but its more graceful about thisApr 27 08:43
mateyyou cant win with unicodeApr 27 08:43
mateyyou can only lose less (sometimes)Apr 27 08:44
psydruidbecause Unicode itself is broken?Apr 27 08:44
psydruidcould it be fixed?Apr 27 08:44
mateywell thats just itApr 27 08:44
mateyif you fixed unicodeApr 27 08:44
matey1. it wouldnt be unicodeApr 27 08:44
matey2. all the old unicode would remain brokenApr 27 08:45
techrights-newsSurveillance โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:45
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mateyim not saying we should get rid of it of courseApr 27 08:45
mateyim saying that it should be fucking optionalApr 27 08:45
mateyand that python 3 is one of the worst things ever createdApr 27 08:45
techrights-newsThugs helped by copyright law โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:47
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mateythis guy says strings themselves are broken 27 08:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-The string type is broken โ€“ Musing MortorayApr 27 08:47
techrights-newsTwitter is dead to many people โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:48
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mateyhowever, they seem to be only broken where this is unicode, so this is a bit like missing the obviousApr 27 08:48
matey"Iโ€™d rather have an array of characters than a broken string class."Apr 27 08:48
mateyproblem is that files dont store arraysApr 27 08:48
mateythey store a string of characters that can be used in a FORMAT that amounts to an array, but thats still a string.Apr 27 08:49
mateysince a "character" doesnt map to a byte (with unicode that is)Apr 27 08:49
techrights-newsTwitter is for crooks though. Now it'll be run by one. โ˜› | Source: TruthOutApr 27 08:49
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mateyit can be two bytes, or a mix of single-byte or two-byte charactersApr 27 08:50
mateythis "array of characters" business can neither be saved nor loaded to a file without the very same problem of NOT BEING AN ARRAYApr 27 08:50
mateyso internally, tada, problem solvedApr 27 08:50
mateyuntil you want to save or load a file, then its fucked againApr 27 08:51
techrights-newsAnti-SLAPP โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:51
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matey"The simplest approach would be to wrap a code point string with a grapheme cluster iterator and then build upon that to provide more complex functionality like regular expression matching and other iterators."Apr 27 08:52
matey/me throws the whole fucking machine in a goddamned volcanoApr 27 08:52
techrights-news[Cr]ackers would have gained nothing if it was Free software. โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:52
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techrights-news"Itโ€™s an auspicious moment for retrocomputing fans, as itโ€™s now four decades since the launch of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum." โ˜› | Source: HackadayApr 27 08:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-The Sinclair ZX Spectrum Turns 40 | HackadayApr 27 08:54
psydruidaren't there utf-16 and utf-32?Apr 27 08:55
mateyand 8Apr 27 08:55
mateyand thats only part of the mess aApr 27 08:55
mateyand you cant pick one because theyre platform dependentApr 27 08:55
mateyand some languages standardise one or the otherApr 27 08:55
mateyjs uses utf-16Apr 27 08:55
techrights-newsTechdirt says "utilizing established IP" [sic] but should know better! โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:56
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mateyyou could just use 7-bit ascii and be happy, except that every binary file from 70s microcomputers to 2020 microcomputers uses octets for file storageApr 27 08:57
mateynow how do you know if your octets are ascii, binary or something elseApr 27 08:57
mateyanswer: to load plaintext you need an entire operating system to know:Apr 27 08:57
matey1. IF it is plaintextApr 27 08:57
matey2. what KIND of plaintextApr 27 08:57
mateythen you need a whole bunch of other shitApr 27 08:58
mateyits just brokenApr 27 08:58
mateythey broke plaintext.Apr 27 08:58
mateybut thats fine! as long as they dont make us use broken for everything.Apr 27 08:59
mateythen they made us use broken for everything.Apr 27 08:59
techrights-news"It really feels like we shouldnโ€™t have to have discussions about how companies should handle information that leaks onto the internet in 2022." โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:59
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–…โ–…โ–โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–โ–‚โ–…โ–†โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–†โ–โ–†โ–‚โ–…โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–…โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–†โ–…โ–†โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 37.81 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–ˆโ–‚โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 58.05โ–• swarm size (avg): 302.00  โŸฒApr 27 08:59
mateythats the crime. they should absolutely kill themselves.Apr 27 08:59
psydruidthe question is what plaintext isApr 27 08:59
techrights-news"The idea that there is a link between the exclusivity period on patents and higher drug prices is about as noncontroversial as a view can be." โ˜› | Source: TechdirtApr 27 08:59
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mateyah, so glad you askedApr 27 08:59
mateyplaintext is whatever the fuck you want it to beApr 27 08:59
mateyits a completely meanless termApr 27 08:59
mateyeverything is binaryApr 27 08:59
mateynothing can be displayedApr 27 08:59
mateyeverything is encodedApr 27 09:00
techrights-newsSweatshopZone and Coffee-sipping Cult โ˜› | Source: TruthOutApr 27 09:00
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mateynothing can be readApr 27 09:00
mateyhoorayApr 27 09:00
mateybut plaintext USED TO BE the one thing that was absolutely trivial to deal withApr 27 09:00
mateyyou didnt need a fucking library to handle itApr 27 09:00
mateybecause it was RIGHT THERE in front of youApr 27 09:00
techrights-news"Rights groups and concerned citizens the world over have urged Patel to halt the extradition, on the grounds that Washingtonโ€™s case against Assange" โ˜› | Source: The DissenterApr 27 09:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The D-Notice: A Very British Way Of Censoring The PressApr 27 09:01
mateylike a child could literally convert from 0s and 1s to "text" and backApr 27 09:01
mateythey did the same thing to plaintext that they did to htmlApr 27 09:01
mateythey made it impossible to implementApr 27 09:01
mateyno one writes an html rendering engine anymoreApr 27 09:02
mateytoo fucking complicatedApr 27 09:02
mateyif i had grown up with iscii i dont think id love unicode at allApr 27 09:03
mateygranted you need an iscii rom to use iscii on a dos machineApr 27 09:03
activelowbesides all this, i was blessed with a mountain of telco protocols, yet another story to be toldApr 27 09:03
techrights-news"Tor Browser 11.5a9 updates Firefox on Windows, macOS, and GNU/Linux to 91.8.0esr" โ˜› | Source: TorApr 27 09:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | New Alpha Release: Tor Browser 11.5a9 (Windows/macOS/Linux) | The Tor ProjectApr 27 09:03
activelowit is far worse than badApr 27 09:03
techrights-newsIRC Proceedings: Tuesday, April 26, 2022 | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 09:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IRC Proceedings: Tuesday, April 26, 2022 | TechrightsApr 27 09:04
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techrights-news"we are doing PGP encryption as part of core. Some users point out we don't have as many features as Enigmail, which is correct. We could use community help to catch us up to those users' expectations." 27 09:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Ryan Sipes: "Friends of the #fediverse. Lots of changes comingโ€ฆ" - MastodonApr 27 09:05
activelowit is ok to "innovate", it is not to destroy and sabotage technology with a proven track record for 50 yearsApr 27 09:05
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activelowand i see a regression, of more than 50 years alreadyApr 27 09:05
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activelowgiven the fact, telco is slightly older than internet eraApr 27 09:05
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techrights-newsโ€œAbusiveโ€ Bully on Twitter โ˜› | Source: Democracy NowApr 27 09:07
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Musk, the Worldโ€™s Richest Man, Has Been an โ€œAbusiveโ€ Bully on Twitter for Years. Now He Owns It | Democracy Now!Apr 27 09:07
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mateyat any rate, even though activelow is comical or bizarre with some reasons or details or conclusionsApr 27 09:08
mateyless with others...Apr 27 09:08
mateythe idea that technology is being made unsustainable hes not wrong aboutApr 27 09:08
mateythey dont simply reinvent the wheelApr 27 09:09
mateyevery time they do, it has an order of magnitude more complexityApr 27 09:09
mateythey might as well design it to failApr 27 09:09
mateynow heres the funny thing we are supposed to believeApr 27 09:09
*psydruid continues his search for the holy grail of operating systems and finds Michaelsoft BinbowsApr 27 09:09
techrights-news"The Court of Justice of the European Union has dismissed Poland's request to annul Article 17 of the Copyright Directive." โ˜› | Source: Torrent FreakApr 27 09:10
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mateythey refuse to make a lightbulb that says what it doesApr 27 09:10
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mateyi spend more money getting lightbulbs that say theyll last for a decadeApr 27 09:10
techrights-news"Zone-Telechargement and Tirexo, two of the most popular [unauthorised sharing] sites in French-speaking regions, have announced they will shut down." โ˜› | Source: Torrent FreakApr 27 09:10
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mateyim happy with them when i get them homeApr 27 09:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Piracy Giants Zone-Telechargement & Tirexo Mysteriously Shut Down * TorrentFreakApr 27 09:10
mateywithin a year or two they flicker to the point of uselessness or just stop turning onApr 27 09:10
mateythey dont burn out, they dont get hot enough for thatApr 27 09:10
mateythey just dont workApr 27 09:10
mateyindustry refuses to make a lightbulb that lasts-- everybody knows thatApr 27 09:11
mateysure, if you pay ten times as much, SOMETIMES youll get a bulb that lasts 10x as longApr 27 09:11
mateythats not really a savings-- the ones that cost 1/10 of that and work for 1/10 as long were already riggedApr 27 09:12
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mateyso its just a package deal with the same level of ripoffApr 27 09:12
mateyand more complexityApr 27 09:12
mateywe know this happens with lightbulbsApr 27 09:12
mateysomeday people will figure out they do the same thing with softwareApr 27 09:12
techrights-news"Chemical-based photography can seem like a dark art at times, but it neednโ€™t be so." โ˜› | Source: HackadayApr 27 09:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Simple Photo Enlarger Makes Great Addition To Any Darkroom | HackadayApr 27 09:13
mateyfor the same reason-- to create dependence on companies Apr 27 09:13
mateyif they didnt do that, we woudlnt need themApr 27 09:13
mateyand they would hate thatApr 27 09:13
mateybut thats crazy talkApr 27 09:13
mateytrue with lightbulbsApr 27 09:13
mateynot true with codeApr 27 09:13
matey/me looks at mozillaApr 27 09:14
mateydont be sillyApr 27 09:14
mateythey would never do that to codeApr 27 09:14
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mateyeven if they couldApr 27 09:14
techrights-news"[Mark Rober] has a bird feeder in his back yard" โ˜› | Source: HackadayApr 27 09:14
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Fort Knutz โ€“ Squirrels Go All Mission Impossible | HackadayApr 27 09:14
techrights-news"If Twitter does not comply with our law, there are sanctions." โ˜› | Source: Common DreamsApr 27 09:14
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mateytheres no reason software developers would behave like people who design and sell lightbulbsApr 27 09:14
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mateyeven if it creates dependencyApr 27 09:15
mateyi mean dependency is a concept that doesnt even exist in the software worldApr 27 09:15
techrights-news"The developing world is at the brink of a perfect storm of debt, food, and energy crises." โ˜› | Source: Common DreamsApr 27 09:15
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mateywhoever heard of a software dependencyApr 27 09:15
mateynot meApr 27 09:15
techrights-news"musical artist, but seems lately to have taken a bit of shine to retro telecoms gear" โ˜› | Source: HackadayApr 27 09:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-A Baudot Code Speaking Chatterbot With A Freakish Twist | HackadayApr 27 09:16
mateycreate a lightbulb that works for 50 years, someone will design one that lasts only 10, and not reliably soApr 27 09:16
mateycreate a program that works for 20 years, and someone will design one that not only needs updates (for good reason)Apr 27 09:17
mateybut it has to be completely redesigned, broken, incompatible, forcing people to do the bidding of the developersApr 27 09:17
mateyslap a free license on it and richard stallman will be 256 years old before he ever noticesApr 27 09:18
mateyyoure free to try to fight it, but the fsf wont give a shitApr 27 09:18
mateysure it makes their mission pointless butApr 27 09:19
mateytheyre still doing exactly what they said, even if it isnt workingApr 27 09:19
mateyoh, well, almost what they saidApr 27 09:19
mateytheyve also made a number of fatal compromises, on top of their plan not working and complete failure to recognise the problems that make their plan not workApr 27 09:20
mateybut other than regression and overall failure and a shift to focusing primarily on fundraising and dropping the "free speech, free software, free society" bitApr 27 09:21
mateyother than that, it isnt a complete fraudApr 27 09:21
mateyits such a fucking simple thingApr 27 09:22
matey1. build simple shit that you can rely on Apr 27 09:22
matey2. build any ridiculously complex shit ON TOP of that, not in its placeApr 27 09:22
matey3. THEN, when your silly ridiculous complex bullshit fails... people just use the simple shit underneathApr 27 09:22
mateybut they started replacing the simple reliable shit with hopeless shitApr 27 09:23
*psydruid doesn't even think of the fsf, gnu and linux these daysApr 27 09:23
mateythats goodApr 27 09:23
mateyhopefully it means youre thinking of something less stupidApr 27 09:23
activelowinstead we got, ridiculously complex crapware, which at best, serves some emulation with proprietary software, for a VT with vector graphicsApr 27 09:24
psydruidall I'm thinking of right now is Michaelsoft BinbowsApr 27 09:25
activelowTI89, DEC VT340, Tektronix, didn't have OpenGL, for plotting, or placing bitmapped fonts onto screen... i meanApr 27 09:25
matey 27 09:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Features Considered Harmful (Revised) | TechrightsApr 27 09:28
activelowfor "AI", Nvidia CUDA it is you want, or OpenCL, "free software" they say...Apr 27 09:29
matey"when we have enough associate members"Apr 27 09:30
matey"paying us, hackers, paying us..."Apr 27 09:30
activelowand as a reminder, if am not mistaken, a Z80 sufficed for a DEC VT with vector graphics...Apr 27 09:30
matey"well admit how big the problems are"Apr 27 09:30
matey"for a change, hackers, for a change"Apr 27 09:31
mateythe fsf isnt gratis or libre :PApr 27 09:31
mateyosi is gaping though Apr 27 09:32
mateythe gaping software initiativeApr 27 09:32
mateyif am not mistaken, a Z80 sufficed for a DEC VT <- that has to be a mistakeApr 27 09:34
mateynope, its notApr 27 09:35
matey ...but later models also had Z80 or 8088 coprocessors, allowing them to also run CP/M or DOS. The underlying PDP-8 operating system was OS ...Apr 27 09:36
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mateyactuallyApr 27 09:36
techrights-newsLinks 27/04/2022: Tor Browser 11.5a9; X.Org and Wine Developers Make a Conference | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 09:36
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mateyits half trueApr 27 09:36
mateythe vt220 had 2 cpus, including a z80 and an intel chipApr 27 09:37
matey4 and 4.81 mhz respectivelyApr 27 09:37
mateythats the rainbow 100 thoughApr 27 09:38
activelowdon't know what the Tektronix 4014 4050 etc. hadApr 27 09:38
activelowcould be there wasn't any "CPU", and instead TTL chips, similar to the gigatronApr 27 09:39
activelowbtw. the gigatron ttl too demonstrated, scientific work is possible with it; hadn't seen a plotter attached to it yetApr 27 09:39
techrights-newsLinks 27/04/2022: Tor Browser 11.5a9; X.Org and Wine Developers Make a Conference | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 09:39
techrights-newsProprietary Software Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Proprietary Software Leftovers | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:40
techrights-newsShortwave 3.0 is Here With UI Upgrades, Private Stations, and More Improvements โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Shortwave 3.0 is Here With UI Upgrades, Private Stations, and More Improvements | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:40
techrights-newsHow I grew my product management career with open source โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How I grew my product management career with open source | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:40
techrights-newsAxzez Interceptor carrier board for RPi CM4 gets 8-port PoE+ board โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Axzez Interceptor carrier board for RPi CM4 gets 8-port PoE+ board | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:41
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s ๐˜›๐˜ถ๐˜น ๐˜”๐˜ข๐˜ค๐˜ฉ๐˜ช๐˜ฏ๐˜ฆ๐˜ด Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's leftovers | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:41
techrights-newsBest Free and Open Source Alternatives to Oracle JDeveloper โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Oracle JDeveloper | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:41
techrights-newsUpdating Edge Devices with OSTree and Pulp โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Updating Edge Devices with OSTree and Pulp | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:47
techrights-news"Browsing through the command line protects me from sensory overload. It makes me less angry, less anxious. It also makes me a better reader." gemini:// 27 09:52
techrights-news"everyone wants to squeeze money out of everything. does it occur to people that some things should be public services" gemini:// 27 09:53
techrights-news"The more experience I have an an engineer, the more I realize how much discussion about software online is just people making up things based on a vibe they feel" gemini:// 27 09:53
techrights-news[cat] gemini:// 27 09:54
techrights-news"I'm not a movie reviewer so I'm mostly just gonna be rambling about what I thought about the film. It's my capsule I can do what I want, I'm trying to stop making every post be โ€œprofessional qualityโ€ when I just feel like casually writing." gemini:// 27 09:55
techrights-news"This is the sixth in a planned series of posts (well, seventh if you count the announcement) where I'll share my experience writing smolver, my Gemini server software, written in Swift." gemini:// 27 09:56
techrights-news"If you are writing about a new idea, mechanic, or technology, start with it. Talk about what it is before you start contrasting it with what it isnโ€™t. Start by explaining the new thing and why the new thing is so good." gemini:// 27 09:57
techrights-newsMoving Linux From One Laptop to Another gopher:// 27 09:58
techrights-newsGoogle #Android Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 09:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Android Leftovers | Tux MachinesApr 27 09:59
techrights-news"digital transformations" is just meaningless buzzword salad for people who typically do harm in the name of "modernising" 27 10:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-7 secrets of successful digital transformations | CIOApr 27 10:03
techrights-newsFancy names for themes or CSS. This is so laughable. Rewrapping old crap as "dark mode" 27 10:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-A practical guide to light and dark mode in Jekyll | Opensource.comApr 27 10:05
techrights-newsYes, let's throw in 1MB download and 200MB of RAM for some useless JS framework... so that we can have "dark mode" and a little bounding ball that says "please wait..."Apr 27 10:07
techrights-newsThis is a Microsoft (Mono) infection vector 27 10:08
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How to Install Unity Engine on Ubuntu 22.04 via AppImageApr 27 10:08
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 10:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's howtos | Tux MachinesApr 27 10:09
techrights-newscurl 7.83.0 headers bonanza needs to delete Microsoft GitHub. Don't support crime.Apr 27 10:10
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-curl 7.83.0 headers bonanza | daniel.haxx.seApr 27 10:10
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techrights-newsThis realistic control panel takes the flight simulator experience to new heights | Arduino Blog โš“ ไท‰ Source: Arduino | Hardware | OpenHardware | HackingApr 27 10:19
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | This realistic control panel takes the flight simulator experience to new heights | Arduino BlogApr 27 10:19
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techrights-newsโ€œAs important as water is to lifeโ€: How internet blackouts stifled Kashmirโ€™s digital economy -Rest of World โš“ ไท‰ Source: restofworldApr 27 10:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | โ€œAs important as water is to lifeโ€: How internet blackouts stifled Kashmirโ€™s digital economy - Rest of WorldApr 27 10:23
techrights-newsNew EasyOS and Other Development News โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 10:24
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | New EasyOS and Other Development News | Tux MachinesApr 27 10:24
techrights-newsMicrosoft concern-trolling Linux while putting NSA back doors in Windows see 27 10:26
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Microsoft Discovers New Privilege Escalation Flaws in Linux Operating SystemApr 27 10:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Microsoft and the NSA - TechrightsApr 27 10:26
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techrights-newsAs if local privilege escalation is anywhere as severe as remotely-reachable back doors in Windows see 27 10:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Microsoft finds Linux desktop flaw that gives root to untrusted users | Ars TechnicaApr 27 10:28
techrights-newsMicrosoft is "concerned" about Linux security like wolves are concerned about the safety of sheep.Apr 27 10:29
techrights-newsICBM hypocrisy: "Many companies these days are keen to infuse their products and platforms with artificial intelligence" 27 10:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 4 reasons diverse engineering teams drive innovation | The Enterprisers ProjectApr 27 10:30
techrights-newsProprietary junk. Probably does more harm than good. Shilled by spamnil and other snakeoil spammers. 27 10:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | New SIOS LifeKeeper for Linux Version 9.6.1 Adds SupportApr 27 10:31
techrights-news"I'm going to start this blog by writing a very simple guide on installing Perl using perlbrew." 27 10:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Installing Perl with perlbrew | Ali []Apr 27 10:31
techrights-newsThis was patched a very long time ago; meanwhile, there are dozen of zero-day flaws in Windows that are remotely exploitable, not local privilege escalation 27 10:32
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | "Dirty Pipe" Linux vulnerability is now being exploited in the wildApr 27 10:32
techrights-newsWhile CISA admits Microsoft is full of holes that are actively exploited Microsoft and its faithful media operative try to shift attention to "Linux" 27 10:34
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | New Nimbuspwn Linux vulnerability gives hackers root privilegesApr 27 10:34
techrights-newsGNU/Linux that pays an evil company with monopolies on the hardware and malicious features [sic] 27 10:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Asahi Linux on an Apple M1 Mac mini is 'unbelievably fast' - MacDailyNewsApr 27 10:36
schestowitzJanice Tryam (@JaniceTryam): "Pokud se starรกte o to, aby spoleฤnosti jako Google a FB nevidฤ›li vลกechny vaลกe data, tak k nim nepล™รญstupujte z MS Windows! If you care about your data and are scared, that Google and FB will see too much, then do not access them from MS Windows! http:&#x2F;&#x2F;;wiki&#x2F;index.php&#x2F;Microsoft_and_the_NSA" | nitter โš“ ไท‰ Source: Apr 27 10:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Janice Tryam (@JaniceTryam): "Pokud se starรกte o to, aby spoleฤnosti jako Google a FB nevidฤ›li vลกechny vaลกe data, tak k nim nepล™รญstupujte z MS Windows! If you care about your data and are scared, that Google and FB will see too much, then do not access them from MS Windows!" | nitterApr 27 10:38
schestowitznitterApr 27 10:38
schestowitzNIA KOO๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆโ™ฅ๏ธ (@niakoo): "The Death of Gary Kildall Remains a Mystery to This Date http:&#x2F;&#x2F;;2020&#x2F;01&#x2F;05&#x2F;history-canceled&#x2F;" | nitter โš“ ไท‰ Source: nitterApr 27 10:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | NIA KOO๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆโ™ฅ๏ธ (@niakoo): "The Death of Gary Kildall Remains a Mystery to This Date" | nitterApr 27 10:39
techrights-newsWhen it comes to tech, Microsoft is unique in that it commits an EXTRAORDINARY amount of crime and relies on crime. It's not the only one committing crime, but Microsoft took that to the extreme. There are no "Microsoft haters"; those are just rational people who know the facts.Apr 27 10:54
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–„โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–†โ–„โ–‚โ–ƒโ–‡โ–…โ–ƒโ–†โ–โ–‚โ–…โ–†โ–ˆโ–…โ–†โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–„โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–„โ–†โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 28.60 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 25.33โ–• swarm size (avg): 331.20  โŸฒApr 27 10:59
techrights-newsSecurity Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt/Fear-mongering/Dramatisation โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 10:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Security Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt/Fear-mongering/Dramatisation | Tux MachinesApr 27 10:59
techrights-newsThe browser that made the WWW proprietary (like MSIE did before it) 27 11:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Chrome Releases: Stable Channel Update for DesktopApr 27 11:04
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techrights-newsFirefox Nightly: These Weeks In Firefox: Issue 114 27 11:05
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | These Weeks In Firefox: Issue 114 โ€“ Firefox Nightly NewsApr 27 11:05
techrights-newsICBM pushing clown computing (read: surveillance) of OTHER companies also shipping Fedora to them... 27 11:06
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Create a PrivateLink Red Hat OpenShift cluster on AWS with STS | Red Hat DeveloperApr 27 11:06
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | It Looks Like Red Hatโ€™s (IBM) Fedora Project May be โ€˜Outsourcedโ€™ to Amazonโ€™s Datacentres | TechrightsApr 27 11:06
techrights-newsMicrosoft gives the NSA et al direct access to PCs, so no "security" measures from Microsoft should be taken seriously 27 11:07
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | PIN for Login ยซ etbe - Russell CokerApr 27 11:07
techrights-news"Back in April 2021 I introduced a simple text-based adventure game, The Lighthouse of Doom, which I'd written in Z80 assembly language for CP/M systems." 27 11:08
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Porting a game from CP/M to the ZX Spectrum 48kApr 27 11:08
techrights-news"MontaVistaยฎ Software, LLC, a leader in commercial Embedded Linuxยฎ products and services, today announced MVEdge, a full-platform solution for the Intelligent Edge, specifically aimed at gateway-style devices." 27 11:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | MontaVista Launches MVEdge, a Commercially Supported End-to-End Solution for the Intelligent Edge - EIN PresswireApr 27 11:09
techrights-newsEU Ecodesign: 38 organisations demand the right to access and to reuse hardware 27 11:10
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | EU Ecodesign: 38 organisations demand the right to access and to reuse hardware - FSFEApr 27 11:10
techrights-news"You probably have already heard about WebAssembly, but there are high chances that happened in the context of Web application development. Thereโ€™s however a new emerging trend that consists of using WebAssembly outside of the browser." 27 11:10
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Write kubectl plugins using WebAssembly and WASIApr 27 11:10
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Vaccine-derived polio is on the upswing. Can a new vaccine stop the spread? : Goats and Soda : NPRApr 27 11:10
DaemonFC"In early 2020, for example, there was a 4-month pause in polio vaccination efforts in more than 30 countries, according to Ananda Bandyopadhyay, deputy director for polio at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. (Editor's note: The Gates Foundation is a funder of NPR and this blog)."Apr 27 11:11
techrights-newsNPR is just BILL-PR. NPR is dead. It's ads. "(Editor's note: The Gates Foundation is a funder of NPR and this blog)." webspam/spam/shilling for a monster who enabled Jeffrey Epstein and commited crimes at MicrosoftApr 27 11:14
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techrights-newsOpen Letter for the Right to Install any Software on any Device 27 11:15
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Open Letter for the Right to Install any Software on any Device - The Document Foundation BlogApr 27 11:15
techrights-newsSupporting metafile formats: WMF/EMF/EMF+ documentfoundation / libreofficeApr 27 11:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Supporting metafile formats: WMF/EMF/EMF+ - LibreOffice Development BlogApr 27 11:16
techrights-news"Going to a physical event feels weird. It feels semi-safe. I know a lot of the people there, I look up to many, I assume everyone is smart, capable and looking out for the good of the world-as-a-whole. Getting together is not-quite-the-safest-thing-to-do." 27 11:17
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Linux Application Summit 2022 | [bobulate]Apr 27 11:17
techrights-newsReal-time Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Beta - Now Available โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 11:20
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Real-time Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Beta - Now Available | Tux MachinesApr 27 11:20
techrights-newsLOL. "just an init system...." 27 11:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Testing my System Code in /usr/ Without Modifying /usr/Apr 27 11:21
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techrights-newssystemDORA Project. Incubating lots of ICBM vendor lock-in, disseminating that to other GNU/Linux projects. Also forcing you to buy new things: 27 11:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IBM and Fedora: Stop Being Poor! Buy a New PC! | TechrightsApr 27 11:23
techrights-newsProprietary. "We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 7.0.1!" 27 11:24
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Qt Creator 7.0.1 releasedApr 27 11:24
techrights-newsFLASHOUT 3 will bring high-speed combat racing later this year | GamingOnLinux โš“ ไท‰ Source: Gaming On Linux | GNU | Linux | GamesApr 27 11:24
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-FLASHOUT 3 will bring high-speed combat racing later this year | GamingOnLinuxApr 27 11:24
techrights-newsNative GNU/Linux: Claustrowordia, a fun free crossword-type game from Ludum Dare 50 | GamingOnLinux โš“ ไท‰ Source: Gaming On Linux | GNU | Linux | GamesApr 27 11:25
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Claustrowordia, a fun free crossword-type game from Ludum Dare 50 | GamingOnLinuxApr 27 11:25
techrights-newsPro-outsourcing, pro-surveillance screed from ICBM today. "YOU DON'T NEED NO STOCKIN' SERVERS. OUTSOURCE TO NSA TODAY!!" 27 11:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 5 things sysadmins should know about cloud service providers | Enable SysadminApr 27 11:26
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techrights-newsLots of sad people this week. Outsourced and entrusted all their online activities/presence to Twitter. Now realising they are unpaid slaves of Mr. Emerald Mine from Apartheid South Africa. Muskin' Tape.Apr 27 11:28
techrights-newsTwitter isn't a platform for communications, interactions, and information. It's for running or conducting interferences, for manipulating whole population from up above (top-bottom). Facebook, fore instance, sold Brexit.Apr 27 11:29
techrights-newsExploring StackRox โš“ ไท‰ Source: retoutApr 27 11:32
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Exploring StackRoxApr 27 11:32
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techrights-newsMaking it a lot harder to fork LLVM doesn't care about freedom. It already outrsourced itself to Microsoft (criminals) proprietary software... and has no plans to change this.Apr 27 11:33
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-LLVM 14.0.2 Released With The Compiler Moving To Bi-Weekly Releases - PhoronixApr 27 11:33
techrights-newsIBM/Red Hat/Fedora Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 11:33
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IBM/Red Hat/Fedora Leftovers | Tux MachinesApr 27 11:33
techrights-newsGames: The Lighthouse of Doom, FLASHOUT 3, and Claustrowordia โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 11:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Games: The Lighthouse of Doom, FLASHOUT 3, and Claustrowordia | Tux MachinesApr 27 11:34
techrights-news"A good example of open source is Linux, which became the largest open-source software project in the world. It is a free, open-source Operating System (OS), released under the GNU General Public Licence (GPL)." She calls GNU "Linux"... 27 11:35
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Open source technology in logistics sector | UbuntuApr 27 11:35
activelowweird, ancient rxvt (non-unicode) had support for --enable-graphics, which was removed from urxvt later ... wonder what this doesApr 27 11:36
psydruidIntel, AMD and Qualcomm are also malicious and complicit in maintaining the status quo in the current IT landscape. Fortunately HP, Lenovo and Acer have been losing market share recently in order for this to change.Apr 27 11:37
techrights-news"LilyGO provides Arduino sketches for factory testing..." delete GitHub and use Free software hosting, don't support crime (Microsoft)Apr 27 11:37
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | $10 T-Zigbee board combines ESP32-C3 and TLSR8258 for Zigbee 3.0, WIFi and BLE connectivity - CNX SoftwareApr 27 11:37
schestowitzpsydruid: last night we spoke about how the (former) "Linux Gamer" sold to valveApr 27 11:38
schestowitzand bragged about a new homeApr 27 11:38
schestowitzwhere the timing was a tad suspiciousApr 27 11:38
schestowitzjust before rebranding and doing nonstop Steam Dreck PRApr 27 11:39
schestowitzthis is similar to Microbell not resisting the temptation to show off giftsApr 27 11:39
schestowitznot just bottles of beer and wineApr 27 11:39
schestowitza whole proper crate of high-priced "wares"Apr 27 11:40
schestowitzAMD has long done things like thatApr 27 11:40
schestowitzflying bloggers around for PRApr 27 11:40
schestowitzbut I didn't know they'd stopp this lowApr 27 11:40
schestowitz*stopApr 27 11:40
schestowitz*stoopApr 27 11:40
techrights-news"An additional advantage of open source is it prevents being tied to a single proprietary software [vendor]." 27 11:41
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techrights-newsFedora dev team starts to simplify Linux graphics handling โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 11:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Fedora dev team starts to simplify Linux graphics handling | Tux MachinesApr 27 11:43
psydruidI stopped buying AMD hardware in 2009. Even though Linux "users" adore them for their "free" graphics drivers, I believe supporting the company by buying its products does more to help Microsoft than buying Intel, Apple or preferably other non-x86 hardware.Apr 27 11:46
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activelow^ raspberry pi if you're not concerned about their VideoCore firmware; that's the most mainstream and affordable option currentlyApr 27 11:50
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–โ–„โ–โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–†โ–ƒโ–‚โ–†โ–โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–ƒโ–†โ–โ–ƒโ–…โ–†โ–…โ–†โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 17.31 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–‚โ–โ–‡โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 35.10โ–• swarm size (avg): 283.38  โŸฒApr 27 12:59
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*psydruid is waiting for other boards and staying far away from Raspberry Pi hardwareApr 27 13:17
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activelowagain, both certificate fingerprint and pubkey fingerprint mismatched a moment agoApr 27 13:20
SomeH4x0rfuck Let's EncryptApr 27 13:21
SomeH4x0rand the evil CA systemApr 27 13:22
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activelowmaintaining _old_ GNU software with their autotools/configure is horrible, noticed with rxvt terminal emulator version from year 2003Apr 27 14:24
activelowanyway ... rxvt-2.7.10 together with it's graphics support is back :)Apr 27 14:34
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techrights-newsYou would think they hate GNU/Linux... how times are changing 27 15:09
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Classic Bethesda titles come to Steam, play them easily on Linux | GamingOnLinuxApr 27 15:09
SomeH4x0rclassic as in what?Apr 27 15:10
SomeH4x0rthe ones they made freeware?Apr 27 15:10
SomeH4x0roh, free there tooApr 27 15:11
SomeH4x0rdid they give Bethesda Launcher players Steam keys for the other games at least?Apr 27 15:12
SomeH4x0r> Starting on April 27 youโ€™ll be able to migrate your games and Wallet to your Steam account. nvmApr 27 15:13
SomeH4x0rfuck both Steam and their launcher thoughApr 27 15:14
schestowitzstay classic, sir ;-)Apr 27 15:14
SomeH4x0rretail only, and only if DRM-freeApr 27 15:15
SomeH4x0rthough if I got retail I'd better make a backup to other medium anyway, and use itApr 27 15:17
SomeH4x0rretail is just for a box on a shelfApr 27 15:18
SomeH4x0r> Starting on May 11, you will no longer be able to play and access your games within the Launcher. | fuck DRMApr 27 15:24
psydruidcheers for Bethesda^WMicrosoftApr 27 15:28
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psydruidthey really love Valve, Linux, DRM and SteamApr 27 15:28
SomeH4x0rBethesda bought by M$ someday as well?Apr 27 15:28
psydruidalready boughtApr 27 15:30
psydruidfrom what I can rememberApr 27 15:30
SomeH4x0ris stuff like OpenMW safe?Apr 27 15:30
psydruidI don't knowApr 27 15:31
psydruidif it's on Github, it's probably not safeApr 27 15:31
psydruidas they can shut it down any timeApr 27 15:31
SomeH4x0ryes, evilApr 27 15:31
psydruidapparently it's on GitlabApr 27 15:32
psydruidso it's better to mirror it before it disappearsApr 27 15:32
psydruid 27 15:32
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-OpenMW / openmw ยท GitLabApr 27 15:32
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SomeH4x0rhiApr 27 15:37
SomeH4x0rbnchs: Apr 27 15:37
SomeH4x0r17:35 < kolya> 27 15:37
SomeH4x0r17:35 < kolya> 27 15:37
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-IntroversionSoftware ยท GitHubApr 27 15:37
bnchshmmm made by a guy named tychoApr 27 15:40
bnchswho also works at... VALVEApr 27 15:40
SomeH4x0ralso, UplinkIRC-related, 27 15:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | FlamebotApr 27 15:41
SomeH4x0rthey had this bot until somewhere in 2016Apr 27 15:41
bnchsohApr 27 15:43
SomeH4x0rmaybe kolya implements its stuff in ag3nt_b0t in the futureApr 27 15:45
SomeH4x0rwill you be back on UplinkIRC btw?Apr 27 15:52
activelowwhat would you need steam deck for? there is other games available without it.Apr 27 15:57
activelowwhich are, opensource at leastApr 27 15:58
bnchsactivelow, games properly optimized for itApr 27 16:01
bnchsrather than optimized for a generic x86_64 cpuApr 27 16:01
bnchsbut either way, it's a boring game consoleApr 27 16:02
bnchsgabe got tons of bribe money to give to gulagtubersApr 27 16:02
activelowi don't know, steam deck isn't necessary to "optimize", whatever this should be; it is DRM only to run proprietary malicious softwareApr 27 16:08
bnchstrueApr 27 16:09
bnchsgabe bribed gardiner into being a valve shillApr 27 16:10
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bnchsnow he makes more videos about the steam deck than the actual topic (GNU/Linux)Apr 27 16:10
activelowjust saying, libsdl1/fbcon are still there; and it works, even with _all_ opengl removed and _all_ c++ dependencies remvoedApr 27 16:11
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redcatfbcon is going to be "deprecated"Apr 27 16:14
redcatredhat is cutting that old unmatained code outApr 27 16:16
SomeH4x0rhiApr 27 16:16
redcattf u want?Apr 27 16:16
SomeH4x0ridkApr 27 16:17
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activelowredcat: excatly what is deprecated about it?Apr 27 16:18
redcatask fedoraApr 27 16:19
activelowdeprecated framebuffer console? that's nonsenseApr 27 16:20
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activelowhowever it is true, particular libraries and games did disappear, allthough libsdl1/fbcon was fast and stable with those, without proprietary openglApr 27 16:20
bnchsconsoles are deprecatedApr 27 16:20
bnchsthey're ancient techApr 27 16:20
redcatfedora are serial killers of "old" softwareApr 27 16:20
activelowprboom-plus is one example for this; which admittedly is old, and i had to search for an even older version since the latest ones are flawedApr 27 16:21
redcatfbcon is fro0m 1999Apr 27 16:22
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redcatfedora can have any of that non-senceApr 27 16:22
redcatcat*Apr 27 16:22
redcatcant*Apr 27 16:22
SomeH4x0rwhat happened to prboom-plus?Apr 27 16:23
techrights-newsFrom Belarus With Love โ€” Part V: From Start-Up to Success Story... | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 16:23
redcatthey only work with modern stuff like drmApr 27 16:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | From Belarus With Love โ€” Part V: From Start-Up to Success Storyโ€ฆ | TechrightsApr 27 16:23
activelowSomeH4x0r: latest versions didn't support libsdl1/fbcon as it should be; an older version is fast and stableApr 27 16:24
MinceRwhat's wrong with libsdl2?Apr 27 16:24
activelowMinceR: libsdl2 cannot use fbcon directly to my knowledge, and requires DirectFB (which isn't maintained, except for my patchset, and is written in c++, hence removed)Apr 27 16:25
MinceRicApr 27 16:25
activelowlibsdl2 itself too is c++; libsdl1 had none of those issuesApr 27 16:25
redcatwell fedora is going to surgically remove all of that cancerApr 27 16:26
bnchsintel compilerApr 27 16:26
redcatits EUFI or bustApr 27 16:27
redcatEUFI cause the bios didnt have enought room to install modern trojans on itApr 27 16:28
activelowwell, the stable libraries disappeared already, no need to worry; steam deck seems mostly all that's left for fedora users... good luck with thatApr 27 16:28
activelowBaphometOS will ship with fast and stable libsdl1/fbconApr 27 16:29
techrights-newsToday in #Techrights โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 16:29
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redcatBaphometOS LOLApr 27 16:29
activeloweureka editor must be installed manually from source, which isn't a problem, and i am not willing to take responsibility for anything written in c++, including FLTK which eureka editor needsApr 27 16:30
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activelowredcat: it is the last remaining modern system, which removed all c++ dependencies, among many other featuresApr 27 16:30
redcatso you also good with scalpelsApr 27 16:31
activelowthe things i did, required a macheteApr 27 16:32
redcattheres no BaphometOSApr 27 16:32
activelowsure there is, currently tailored for some Rockchip ARM SBC, although i am planning to provide raspberry pi imagesApr 27 16:33
psydruidlet's work on GuillotineOSApr 27 16:33
redcator maybe there is but you are the onlyone using itApr 27 16:33
activelowand i am the only one maintaining this, yesApr 27 16:33
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–†โ–ƒโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–…โ–โ–ƒโ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–†โ–…โ–‚โ–…โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–†โ–†โ–โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ– avg(k/sec) 18.30 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–‚โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–ˆโ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–ˆโ– avg(k/sec) 46.75โ–• swarm size (avg): 322.28  โŸฒApr 27 16:59
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techrights-newsRed Hat Satellite 6.9.9 has been released โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 17:12
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techrights-newsHistory of Software From Minsk (SaM), Belarus by Proxy | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 19:02
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bnchs"Scenario: we have a php 7 web application using IIS10 via FastCGI. We did performance testing on our application and noticed a slowdown. We ruled out the database tier. We looked at the IIS server and, even under heavy load, when the app slows down dramatically, the resources are not strained... no CPU spikes no RAM spikes. Digging further we came to the conclusion that all the requests coming in are simply being queued. When some of requests take Apr 27 19:11
bnchslonger (for some very large reports that take 1-3 minutes) then every other request is being queued up waiting for the first ones to go through."Apr 27 19:11
bnchsyour web server is slow but fuck you anywayApr 27 19:12
bnchsuse bitchApr 27 19:12
psydruidtoy software for kidsApr 27 19:13
bnchsimagine thisApr 27 19:13
bnchsyour website has to handle tons of request at onceApr 27 19:14
psydruid"My First Slow ASP.NET Malware Site"Apr 27 19:14
bnchsthis is easy to configure in nginx and apache, but in IIS, you're gonna kill yourselfApr 27 19:14
psydruidmy only experience with a Windows server is taking Windows 2003 SBS Server offline and replacing it with GNU/Linux to act as a file server and adding a newer ESXi virtualisation server for running Windows 2003 and 2008 guests as terminal serversApr 27 19:16
psydruidI've never used anything from their server stack of turdsApr 27 19:16
bnchsIIS with PHP (fastcgi) is slow as fuck because of their one-at-a-time request queueApr 27 19:18
bnchsit may work for small websitesApr 27 19:18
bnchsbut break in larger websitesApr 27 19:18
bnchsphp-fpm handles this much betterApr 27 19:18
psydruidI think it's a good thing IIS works like this, thoughApr 27 19:19
psydruidit's easy to DoS and take offlineApr 27 19:19
bnchshappened with my ministry of education official siteApr 27 19:19
bnchsthey had to take it offline for the day because of too many peopleApr 27 19:20
psydruidthey got exactly what they were asking forApr 27 19:21
bnchsi'm gonna try hacking nginx to add gemini supportApr 27 19:27
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techrights-newsBelarus Versus EPO | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 19:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Belarus Versus EPO | TechrightsApr 27 19:41
techrights-newsGemini already has better UX than the web and mobile gemini:// 27 19:45
techrights-newsurgent ink escapade laziness, and a webpage full of 2-4KB JPEGs gemini:// "The referral for it needs to be printed beforehand."Apr 27 19:46
techrights-news"preserve is a combinator that caches the result of a procedure for a given number of seconds." gemini:// 27 19:47
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–โ–ƒโ–†โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–†โ–…โ–†โ–ƒโ–‚โ–ƒโ–†โ–†โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–†โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–‚โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 26.36 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–ƒโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 25.56โ–• swarm size (avg): 268.65  โŸฒApr 27 20:10
techrights-newsPop!_OS 22.04 now available with updated Ubuntu base and new features 27 20:12
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techrights-newsCensorship, mental torture, and gags. As we shall see soon, in Belarus even surveys among the population became forbidden, just like in Benoรฎt Battistelliโ€˜s EPO, which also illegally forbade strikes (without consent from the party protested against, including Antรณnio Campinos for 3 years). 27 20:21
techrights-newsEssential EPO work has been outsourced to Belarus by Benoรฎt Battistelli and now Antรณnio Campinos, Battistelliโ€™s friend, has the audacity to claim the EPO has moral high ground (while funneling EPO funds to Belarus) 27 20:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | History of Software From Minsk (SaM), Belarus by Proxy | TechrightsApr 27 20:21
techrights-newsThe EPOโ€˜s partner in the east (SaMโ€™s German proxy is how Team Battistelli dealt with Belarus) and its roots explained; Antรณnio Campinos cannot simply pretend that the EPO dissociates from Russia and Belarus 27 20:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | From Belarus With Love โ€” Part V: From Start-Up to Success Storyโ€ฆ | TechrightsApr 27 20:21
techrights-newsGetting Started With The Steam Deck Desktop - Boiling Steam โš“ ไท‰ Source: boilingsteamApr 27 20:23
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techrights-news"Valve has been validating games at the slowest pace โ€“ it took them almost two weeks to add another 100 games after the 2200 games milestone on the Steam Deck. There are now more than 2300 games (2329 at the time of writing) working on the Steam Deck โ€“ in two categories as usual..." 27 20:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 2300 Games On The Steam Deck, with OlliOlli, LUNA The Shadow Dust as Steam Deck Verified - Boiling SteamApr 27 20:23
techrights-news3 Best Kodi Addons You Should Try 27 20:24
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techrights-newsWii U emulator Cemu getting closer to Linux and Steam Deck support | GamingOnLinux โš“ ไท‰ Source: Gaming On Linux | GNU | Linux | GamesApr 27 20:26
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techrights-news"Hace algunos dias Richard Stallman hablรณ sobre ยซel estado del movimiento del software libreยป y en lo cual no ha sido amable con Apple y Canonical en estos comentarios." 27 20:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Richard Stallman habla sobre el estado del movimiento del software libre y ataca a Apple y Canonical | Linux AdictosApr 27 20:28
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techrights-newsMicrosoft lose more than 600 "top sites" this past month ago 27 20:30
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techrights-newsBarryK sounds like a marketer today 27 20:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How to clean your phone screen and camera lensApr 27 20:42
techrights-newsI keep hearing about many people who flee Twitter to avoid working for MuskingTapeApr 27 20:43
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techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 20:51
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techrights-newsGames: Bethesda Launcher, Steam Deck, Block Quake, and Wii U emulator Cemu โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 20:53
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techrights-news"Since, I am attracted to go back to networks like Mastodon (or ActivityPub like). Community is great, and I like to share with others." gemini:// 27 20:55
techrights-news1881 active capsules known to Lupa. 1900 shortly. gemini:// 27 20:56
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–‚โ–†โ–‚โ–…โ–‡โ–‚โ–ƒโ–‡โ–†โ–…โ–โ–…โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–…โ–โ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–†โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 33.90 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–โ–ƒโ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–ˆโ–ˆโ–โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 90.93โ–• swarm size (avg): 288.95  โŸฒApr 27 20:59
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techrights-newsLinks 27/04/2022: Krita 5.0.6, EasyOS 3.4.7, Yocto Project 4.0, and Red Hat Satellite 6.9.9 | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 21:12
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techrights-newsTodayโ€™s ๐˜›๐˜ถ๐˜น ๐˜”๐˜ข๐˜ค๐˜ฉ๐˜ช๐˜ฏ๐˜ฆ๐˜ด Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 21:15
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | According to Wikipedia, AAA has a bad record of supporting measures that harm motorists and car owners. โ€“ BaronHK's RantsApr 27 21:23
techrights-news6 Dirty Secrets of the Linux and Open Source Industry โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 21:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 6 Dirty Secrets of the Linux and Open Source Industry | Tux MachinesApr 27 21:23
schestowitz-TRDaemonFC: according to people WHO EDIT WikipediaApr 27 21:23
schestowitz-TRcould be anuyoneApr 27 21:23
schestowitz-TRmany people and orgs write their own pagesApr 27 21:24
schestowitz-TRabout themselvesApr 27 21:24
schestowitz-TRDaemonFC: can you proofread with me?Apr 27 21:24
DaemonFCFixed a typo.Apr 27 21:24
DaemonFC"The fact that AAA lobbies against motorist rights and for unconstitutional and corrupt traffic camera schemes and ridiculously low speed limits that nobody pays attention to is like finding out your donations to Planned Parenthood are actually funding Female Genital Mutilation (and as far as I know, THAT isnโ€™t happening, but AAA is the car ownerโ€™s version of that)."Apr 27 21:26
DaemonFCschestowitz-TR, MetroMile fucked me real good on Roadside once.Apr 27 21:27
DaemonFCSo I was in Fort Wayne, Indiana which is 200 MILES from Chicago.Apr 27 21:27
DaemonFCAnd then my Crown Victoria blows a brake line. I called MetroMile for a tow. I bought the Roadside because mom kept letting our AAA lapse and I didn't want to call and find out it wasn't working.Apr 27 21:28
DaemonFCSo, I get in my MetroMile app and ask for a tow. Nothing happens. I call them, they say "Well, we sent a tow truck to your location on Wacker Drive.Apr 27 21:29
DaemonFCI say "I'm not on Wacker Drive. I'm on State Street in Fort Wayne, Indiana. How can you have something on my phone with GPS access _and_ plugged into my car with GPS access and think I'm in Chicago?".Apr 27 21:30
DaemonFCmjg59_'s San Francisco tech bubble economy.Apr 27 21:30
DaemonFCBut it qualifies as having liability coverage and my bills were averaging $20 a month because they're a questionable insurance outfit running on VC losses like everything in mjg59_-land.Apr 27 21:31
DaemonFC:)Apr 27 21:31
DaemonFCAnd if I hit anyone and they sued MetroMile, not really my problem. So their lawyer and MetroMile would get into a shit throwing contest.Apr 27 21:32
DaemonFCBut now that I have a nice car, I'm using an established insurance company.Apr 27 21:32
DaemonFCWhen you get "full coverage", MetroMile really isn't good on price anymore.Apr 27 21:32
DaemonFCAnd you may end up filing a claim for yourself.... So you may as well take your business to a reputable firm.Apr 27 21:32
DaemonFCInstead of going "$20 a month and if I hit anything, not my circus not my monkeys.".Apr 27 21:33
DaemonFCI mean, other than being in CLUE, but that'll happen regardless of who you caused the loss to.Apr 27 21:33
schestowitz-TRDaemonFC: can you proofread with me?Apr 27 21:34
DaemonFCI ended up having to literally push my Crown Vic into a Midas nearby and tell them "replace the brake lines" while one of their mechanics steered me in.Apr 27 21:35
DaemonFCschestowitz-TR, Yeah, real quick.Apr 27 21:35
DaemonFCGotta go to the post office soon to mail MetroMile their shit back.Apr 27 21:35
schestowitzDaemonFC: thanks.Apr 27 21:35
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schestowitzI ead your blogover rssApr 27 21:35
schestowitzto avoiud clutterApr 27 21:35
DaemonFCAlso, yes, nothing Microsoft does benefits anyone else, except for a few odd cases that were usually less than 100 lines anyway.Apr 27 21:36
DaemonFCWhich someone else probably would have done regardless at some point.Apr 27 21:36
DaemonFCThey try to minimize the usefulness of their "Linux" work to anyone else, because they don't want to make "Linux" work better except in shackles under their Azure crap.Apr 27 21:37
schestowitzI will quote youApr 27 21:38
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DaemonFCLocal Privilege Escalations are bugs, yes, but they are of low concern (and do get fixed). Anyone with direct physical access to a computer can elevate their privileges eventually. And on Windows there's a ton of them which sometimes even bypass the TPM and Bitlocker. There was one in the print spooler, for example, last summer. But it happens all the time on Windows and you don't even see it much in "the news".Apr 27 21:41
DaemonFCAny user on the machine could become SYSTEM and read your files, even if they were "protected". So that's Windows for you.Apr 27 21:41
bnchsin GNU/Linux, you would have to boot to another OS to get rootApr 27 21:42
DaemonFCBecoming SYSTEM is an even bigger disaster than becoming ADMINISTRATOR, because in Windows, this means that you're...well, part of the system. You can even patch and hook into things that are "secured" and off limits to ADMINISTRATOR.Apr 27 21:42
DaemonFCStuff that normally requires digital signing no longer requires digital signing.Apr 27 21:43
DaemonFCSo at this point, rootkit? Sure.Apr 27 21:43
DaemonFCAnd all it takes is someone running as a Guest or as a user with no administrator hat to run a file that knows where the vulnerabilities are.Apr 27 21:43
DaemonFCMicrosoft was in the news (their news) recently for raising the bug bounty. It's still less than Google's, and way less than what those things are worth to nation state attackers, terrorists, and ransomware outfits.Apr 27 21:45
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DaemonFCBy a factor of $10,000:$1 sometimes.Apr 27 21:45
MinceRit's still wasted money from their perspectiveApr 27 21:45
MinceRthat could be better spent on corruption, ads and lawyersApr 27 21:46
DaemonFCEven if you get $40,000 out of Microsoft's bug bounty system somehow, the ransomware gangs can just explout it and make $20 million or more on one hit.Apr 27 21:46
DaemonFCSo they'll pay better each time and it's simply up to the conscience of whoever found the problem in Windows as to what they want to do with it at that point.Apr 27 21:46
DaemonFCSo the bug bounties are a ruse, a smoke screen, and the illusion of responsibility. In Linux, people find and fix bugs all the time. The code isn't hidden. That leads, usually, to inevitable discovery, and quick patching.Apr 27 21:47
DaemonFCPeople want to find bugs in Linux and report and fix hundreds of the same type, so they develop tools that can do things like that. Microsoft is annoyed that you reported one.Apr 27 21:48
DaemonFCEven over a decade ago before profiling tools were not as robust, not by a long shot, Coverity Scan admitted that "open source software, in general" was less than half as buggy as a comparable proprietary program.Apr 27 21:49
DaemonFCThe proprietary software is sort of like the worst case situation for your security because they have little incentive to fix it unless there's already malware out there and they just can't hide the bugs any longer.Apr 27 21:50
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DaemonFCIt's like General Motors putting defective ignition switches in millions of cars for a decade after they knew they were shutting off the car unexpectedly and killing people in accidents.Apr 27 21:51
DaemonFCGM figured it'll cost $1 a car to fix this problem, then come all of the recalls, and we'll just grind them down with stall tactics and lawyers and stuff if they ever find out, and the settlement will still cost less.Apr 27 21:51
DaemonFCSo that's what we do.Apr 27 21:52
DaemonFC"in โ€œold newsโ€ rerun"Apr 27 21:53
DaemonFCan "old news" rerunApr 27 21:54
schestowitz-TRI will add "being"Apr 27 21:54
schestowitz-TRto clarify what I meantApr 27 21:54
techrights-newsMicrosoft Aggression and Deflection (Against Linux) | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 27 21:56
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DaemonFCIt's crazy what corporations get away with, but money talks.Apr 27 21:58
DaemonFCPeople complain that, like, car repair bills are very expensive.Apr 27 21:58
DaemonFCThey're expensive because of a lot of factors. That mechanic is a skilled laborer. Car prices are horrible, so the skill is in demand, and the demand exceeds the supply. There's overhead to running the shop. The shop has to fix problems with their work, for free, if one arises while it's covered under the parts and labor warranty. If you get out on the road and their job was substandard, they can be sued, so they have to carry liability Apr 27 22:00
DaemonFCinsurance that covers their legal defense and damages and the more it happens the more the insurance costs.Apr 27 22:00
DaemonFCYes, you can go get a part for $164 at AutoZone. It won't be a good part, but you can get that part. For $250 you get the part that's OEM, and it meets standards and will last a lot longer. But where they "get you" is labor hours, because they're skilled, they have overhead, and they are liable for what the repair does later on after they sell you the service.Apr 27 22:01
activelowDaemonFC: local privilege escalations are very dangerous in conjunction with a remote-execution vulnerability of various typesApr 27 22:01
DaemonFCSo the job might suddenly cost $600-700, because that guy knows how to do something you don't, uses quality parts, and gets to eat the consequences if something bad happens and you get a lawyer.Apr 27 22:01
activelowa security concept is, to isolate all processes with networking as non-root account... guess what happens with a local root priv escalationApr 27 22:02
DaemonFCYou can repair your own car. You can also perform surgery on yourself in the bathroom mirror.Apr 27 22:02
DaemonFCMost people shouldn't.Apr 27 22:02
DaemonFC<activelow> a security concept is, to isolate all processes with networking as non-root account... guess what happens with a local root priv escalationApr 27 22:03
DaemonFCI do like the principles of a system like MINIX. One of the big flaws of Linux is everything in kernel space.Apr 27 22:03
activelowthe recent linux dirtypipe CVE is another one of Torvald's such as dirty CoW wasApr 27 22:04
DaemonFCAt the time, computers were very slow and so unless you wanted an unacceptable performance loss, you had to do it the way Linux ended up.Apr 27 22:04
techrights-newsToday we wish to take stock of a bunch of misleading, sensationalist coverage about โ€œLinuxโ€; as usual, Microsoft is connected to that, even more directly than one might expectโ€ฆ 27 22:04
DaemonFCBut today, computers are very fast, but companies like Intel and AMD have a long list of processor flaws that make everything in kernel space a big security problem.Apr 27 22:04
techrights-newsIPFire 2.27 - Core Update 167 released โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 22:04
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DaemonFCSo it was a 20 year problem.Apr 27 22:05
DaemonFC20 years later, Tanenbaum was right.Apr 27 22:05
DaemonFCBut what mattered to Torvalds was getting the stupid operating system to run right on a 386.Apr 27 22:05
schestowitzmicrosoft spam site, pushing trash 27 22:05
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schestowitzmicrosoft, the security expertApr 27 22:05
schestowitz'secure' botApr 27 22:05
DaemonFCIt's like how the car being a little heavier doesn't bother the engine too much if you have a V8 engine. Which everyone with a computer does now.Apr 27 22:06
DaemonFCBut back then, running MINIX was like adding weight to a Geo Metro.Apr 27 22:06
DaemonFCThe obvious answer in 1991 was that computers would be fast enough to do nearly anything, someday.Apr 27 22:07
DaemonFCBut not in 1991.Apr 27 22:07
bnchswtf is thisApr 27 22:08
bnchsmicrosoft pushes "antimalware" engine for linux and macosApr 27 22:08
bnchslet me guess, it's gonna be microsoft's backdoor to censorship on all platformsApr 27 22:08
DaemonFCMicrosoft pushes anti-notourmalware engine for Linux.Apr 27 22:08
DaemonFC:)Apr 27 22:08
DaemonFCLike other forms of malware, Microsoft Defender first tries to attack competing malware to free up the system for itself.Apr 27 22:09
DaemonFCIt then shows a green shield on the screen when it figures it's the remaining malware on the system and has accomplished its goal.Apr 27 22:10
DaemonFCbbiabApr 27 22:10
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AdmFubarOMG! I'll have to proect my system againt m$ malware!Apr 27 22:11
MinceRcan it detect and remove systemd?Apr 27 22:12
AdmFubarI was talking about m$ defenderApr 27 22:12
bnchsmicrosoft defenderApr 27 22:13
bnchsbecause it defends microsoftApr 27 22:13
bnchsoh i deleted your webm video of ballmer rubbing thighsApr 27 22:13
bnchsit was a malwareApr 27 22:13
bnchsno it doesn't make any sense, stop questioning me, I KNOW WHATS BEST FOR YOUApr 27 22:13
MinceRyeah, i meant MICROS~1 defender tooApr 27 22:14
AdmFubarand if he wears those flint embedded pants you can see sparks when he walksApr 27 22:15
schestowitzDaemonFC: I added an update 27 22:18
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techrights-newsMicrosoft loves Linux, according to Microsoft. And Putin loves the Ukraine...Apr 27 22:22
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techrights-newsWas Sean Michael Kerner PAID to promote this PROPRIETARY ATTACK on Git? He should know better. There's corrupting force... getting writers to promote malicious things with puff piecesApr 27 22:24
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techrights-newsIn another universe far far away a "LINUX FOUNDATION" protects and promotes Linux instead of bashing it and weakening itApr 27 22:27
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techrights-newsLinux Foundation is a fraudulent org and it seems likely IRS could see it and withdrew their status. They make a lot of noise when people point out... no IRS filings since 2018 report.Apr 27 22:28
techrights-newsThe same year Linux Foundation issued last known IRS report the CFO left and several other strange things happened. In recent years they actively promote frauds like NFT. Maybe it's even done intentionally to discredit the "Linux" brand?Apr 27 22:32
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Report: Hackers Have Been Sexually Extorting Kids With Data Stolen From Tech GiantsApr 27 22:32
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techrights-newsThere will NEVER be a year of the Linux desktop, but... - Invidious โš“ we're still up against criminals (Microsoft) 27 22:38
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Microsoft Run by Criminals, Who Expel Those Who Don't Participate in the Crimes | Tux MachinesApr 27 22:39
techrights-news"Gitlab kicking off some free accounts" but does it give you freedom? No, not quite... use something that's not two-facedApr 27 22:39
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techrights-newsfloppy: disable FDRAWCMD by default Linux abandoning "legacy"Apr 27 22:47
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techrights-newsSo-called 'legacy' 27 22:47
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techrights-newsMOST of the world's computers STILL use BIOS! ICBM: FUCK YOU!! BUY A NEW MACHINE ALREADY!! (Also: We are green! We pay Zemlin and the other frauds to say so) 27 22:49
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techrights-newsA lot of "Microsoft" in there 27 22:51
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techrights-newsQuit Twitter. Make his "asset" worthless. 27 22:51
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techrights-newsOh dear oh dear... "Medevel Editor's pick" once again makes the Medevel site an SEO webspam graveyard/link farm. NOT good.... stop vandalising your own sites! You'll earn nothing and lose everything!Apr 27 22:59
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techrights-newsWe need to foster a landscape where it's more gainful to support GNU/Linux than to attack it. As OSI and Linux Foundation show, there's more money to be made by ATTACKING GNU/Linux. And we know who pockets this money...Apr 27 23:08
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techrights-news"It should be clear to everyone now: E2EE is beneficial and desirable to support a rights-respecting society. If E2EE is desirable, then conceptually, itโ€™s also desirable to make secure messaging interoperable across major communications platforms. Iโ€™ll explain why." 27 23:12
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techrights-newsLinux Foundation today: "The Carbon Footprint of NFTs โ€“ NFTs are simultaneously overhyped and met with both skepticism and a general lack of understanding on what they are and how they work." LF is now boosting a scam! under the guise of "Research"!!! 27 23:16
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techrights-news"In this project, weโ€™re going to be making a Mini Plex Server with SSD storage using a ZimaBoard. If you havenโ€™t heard of a ZimaBoard before, itโ€™s a low-cost, feature-rich single board server โ€“ weโ€™ll take a look at some of its features once we get it unboxed." 27 23:19
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techrights-newsApollo ISO bug is fixed for most users and also a workaround for those who need it. "our recent Apollo ISO resulted in failed installations due to the recently updated Archlinux keyring."Apr 27 23:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Apollo ISO bug is fixed for most users and also a workaround for those who need it. โ€“ EndeavourOSApr 27 23:21
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techrights-news"PARTNER CONTENT" means IBM/Red Hat now bribes sites and publishers for puff pieces 27 23:26
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techrights-newsThe WWW rapidly became manifestation and infestation of proprietary software, neither open standards nor freedom-respecting anything. Move to Gemini, little by little...Apr 27 23:31
SomeH4x0ror discard shitty updates and use sane HTMLApr 27 23:32
techrights-newsBeelink SER 4 4800U X pairs a Ryzen 7 CPU with Manjaro Linux โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 27 23:32
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SomeH4x0rotherwise IRC is already dead because IRCv3Apr 27 23:32
SomeH4x0rbut we can discard itApr 27 23:32
techrights-news"But English is the worldโ€™s most widely spoken L2; four times more people know it than the second most common L2, the MSA variety of Arabic. Though thatโ€™s just a written language, and we were talking about spoken L2." gemini:// 27 23:33
techrights-news"These days when you stumble upon a humble Web 1.0 or even 2.0 site that's still up and runnning chances are it's a no-nonsense, no-BS website that does exactly what it says on the tin." gemini:// 27 23:34
techrights-news"I am being demoted at work. It is a administrative reorganisation thing, unique I guess to huge administrations. Same job, same money - for now, different title (under-minion) Someone somewhere does not know what I do, and luckily management are asking awkward questions..." gemini:// 27 23:36
schestowitz-TRSomeH4x0r: does ircv3 cause issues for clients that do not support it?Apr 27 23:37
schestowitz-TRafaik, they just cannot take advantage of certain featuresApr 27 23:38
SomeH4x0rSASL enforcement yesApr 27 23:38
schestowitz-TRnot hereApr 27 23:38
schestowitz-TRalso, you are 17Apr 27 23:38
schestowitz-TRwhen you were born irc was already not simpleApr 27 23:38
schestowitz-TRi used irc when i was 14 iircApr 27 23:38
schestowitz-TRmaybe 13Apr 27 23:39
schestowitz-TRirc has not changed muchApr 27 23:39
DaemonFCIt has for me. I'm not using mIRC now.Apr 27 23:39
schestowitz-TRthe clients just look a lot better because of toolkits and better hardware, inc. displaysApr 27 23:39
schestowitz-TRDaemonFC: mIRC was the first for msnyApr 27 23:39
schestowitz-TRit's still aroundApr 27 23:39
schestowitz-TRyou might want to try it with trumpet winsock and this networkApr 27 23:39
schestowitz-TRit might even work, stillApr 27 23:40
DaemonFCYeah, it has product activation now.Apr 27 23:40
schestowitz-TRbut without sslApr 27 23:40
DaemonFCI guess you could just use the last version that didn't.Apr 27 23:40
SomeH4x0rproduct activation is cracked a lot of the timeApr 27 23:40
schestowitz-TRis mirc even worth paying for?Apr 27 23:40
schestowitz-TRquassel is very niceApr 27 23:40
schestowitz-TRnicer than konversation, but I got used to konversation, xchat etc.Apr 27 23:41
DaemonFCmIRC had a lot of nice features at the time, but you had to be careful with them.Apr 27 23:41
DaemonFCSome extensions were malicious.Apr 27 23:41
DaemonFCBasically, they could be macro viruses in the VBS-like script it uses, or they could load malicious Windows programs in dll files.Apr 27 23:42
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techrights-newsMicrosoft Windows kills hospital patients all the time see 27 23:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-ยป FreeBSD based Citrix VPN hacked in massive hostpital healthcare hack in Germany CVE 2019 19781 โ€“ hits healthcare hospital in Germany, causing death of (at least) 1 person | dwaves.deApr 27 23:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Index of the Series About Windows Inside Hospitals (Causing Hospitals to Become Disaster Zones) | TechrightsApr 27 23:42
techrights-news"Questions about religion, race, national origin, age, disability, marital status, and sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy) are not acceptable." 27 23:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 12 Tips for a Successful Job InterviewApr 27 23:43
DaemonFC"Disney's self-governing district says Florida cannot dissolve it without paying off its debts"Apr 27 23:46
DaemonFCLOLApr 27 23:46
techrights-newsNEW: LVFS: Vendor Product Certifications โš“ ไท‰ Source: fwupdApr 27 23:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | LVFS: Vendor Product CertificationsApr 27 23:46
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schestowitz-TRDaemonFC: when corporations become peopApr 27 23:47
schestowitz-TR*people and NATIONS!Apr 27 23:47
schestowitz-TRyou know this world is a big farceApr 27 23:47
DaemonFCThey managed to put a billion dollars in debt into a "government" district that they control.Apr 27 23:47
DaemonFCTo make it impossible for Florida to shut it down without moving a billion dollars in debt obligations of Disney onto the state's books.Apr 27 23:47
MinceRcorporations are people, my friend!Apr 27 23:47
schestowitz-TRnext: menstruating unicornsApr 27 23:48
schestowitz-TRMinceR:  corporations are evil, my friend!Apr 27 23:48
MinceRhumans are evil, my friend!Apr 27 23:48
schestowitz-TRevil is evil, brexit means brexitApr 27 23:49
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SomeH4x0rwget says it is gif, not jpgApr 27 23:50
bnchsimgur's server is retarded a bitApr 27 23:50
MinceRthat's because it's a gifApr 27 23:50
techrights-news"With GNU/Linux being Free software, its code can be tweaked and modified to meet specific user requirements - something which is not possible with the closed source Windows and macOS systems." 27 23:50
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Windows vs. Linux vs. Mac: the channel comparison | IT PROApr 27 23:50
MinceRsame contents >> 27 23:50
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schestowitz-TRimgur is polymorphic :)Apr 27 23:51
SomeH4x0rbnchs: btw, one more player on UplinkIRC, though they said nothing. I go to sleep now.Apr 27 23:51
DaemonFCschestowitz-TR, Disney should default on the bonds.Apr 27 23:51
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DaemonFCIt's Florida's problem when the bondholders come after the state government for it.Apr 27 23:51
bnchs 27 23:51
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bnchsimgur's server reports gif on the content-type headerApr 27 23:52
bnchsthe extension on the URL doesn't mean shit anymoreApr 27 23:52
MinceRit never meant shitApr 27 23:52
SomeH4x0roh, iirc sometimes .png having better quality than .jpg on imgurApr 27 23:52
DaemonFCThe bonds are attached to a district of Florida government, not the Disney corporation. So the credit rating damage will be to Florida, not Disney.Apr 27 23:52
MinceRit's a uniform resource locator, not a path or file nameApr 27 23:52
DaemonFCThis is what happens when you allow something like this to happen to begin with, schestowitz-TR Apr 27 23:52
schestowitz-TRbnchs: but try with xxxApr 27 23:52
schestowitz-TR404Apr 27 23:52
MinceRyou might receive a filename in the HTTP header thoughApr 27 23:52
bnchsthey only check common file extensionsApr 27 23:53
bnchsi thinkApr 27 23:53
MinceRin the Content-Disposition fieldApr 27 23:53
schestowitz-TRMinceR: but "the internet is for porn" (satire)Apr 27 23:53
MinceRso grab your dick and double-click for porn, porn, pornApr 27 23:53
schestowitz-TRso their website is dumbApr 27 23:53
schestowitz-TRthey ignore the last bitApr 27 23:53
bnchsthe internet is for any kind of pornApr 27 23:53
schestowitz-TRbut reject it is unknown content mime type?Apr 27 23:54
bnchsMinceR, no they don't report the actual filename in content-disposition fieldApr 27 23:54
MinceRthey handle some suffixes in a special way, iircApr 27 23:54
bnchsso the browser will download the gif as a PNG or jpgApr 27 23:54
schestowitz-TRbnchs: but try with txtApr 27 23:54
MinceRyeah, they don'tApr 27 23:54
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MinceRbut if they wanted to, that's where they could do itApr 27 23:54
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MinceRfor example, the .gifv suffix is treated speciallyApr 27 23:55
bnchs 27 23:55
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MinceRit gives you a simple html pageApr 27 23:55
MinceRwith a video version of a gif embedded (if applicable)Apr 27 23:55
MinceRand set to loopApr 27 23:55
schestowitz-TR localhostApr 27 23:56
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MinceRand if you omit the suffix (. included), you get redirected to the relevant page on imgur's website (, not 27 23:56
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bnchsit only checks the first charactersApr 27 23:57
techrights-news"We're happy to announce Kiwi TCMS version 11.3 which is the 100th tagged version in our git repository!" 27 23:57
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