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mateys/compare/compete/May 14 00:00
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | LibreSSL updateMay 14 00:00
schestowitzjanuaryMay 14 00:00
mateyokMay 14 00:00
schestowitz 14 00:00
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | LibreSSL 3.5.0 ReleasedMay 14 00:00
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | LibreSSL 3.5.1 development branch as well as 3.4.3 (stable) and 3.3.6 releasedMay 14 00:00
schestowitz;sid=20220301063844May 14 00:00
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | LibreSSL 3.5.0 development branch releasedMay 14 00:00
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | LibreSSL 3.5.2 releasedMay 14 00:00
mateynothing here points to libressl dying, on the contraryMay 14 00:01
mateyit seems to have "died" in 2021 but isnt dead in 2022May 14 00:01
schestowitz-TRmaybe only in gnu/linux distros, but I recall somethingMay 14 00:01
schestowitz-TRabout the state of the project being direMay 14 00:01
mateymaybe only in gnu/linux distros <- this is what i think May 14 00:02
mateygnu/linux abandoned itMay 14 00:02
mateyi may even recall hearing about itMay 14 00:02
mateywho knows, maybe theyll abandon c tooMay 14 00:02
schestowitz-TRI'll ask an openbsd userMay 14 00:02
mateyfull c++ and rust, activelow will love itMay 14 00:02
schestowitz-TRwho might knowMay 14 00:02
mateymincer might knowMay 14 00:02
activelowmatey: already happenedMay 14 00:02
mateyactivelow: fair enoughMay 14 00:02
activelowif the compilers are f****, then the entire distro isMay 14 00:03
mateyi think hes exaggerating, but thats okMay 14 00:03
schestowitz-TRLinux: we tRUST MicrosoftMay 14 00:03
schestowitz-TRLinux: we tRUST GitHubMay 14 00:03
activelowincluding kernelMay 14 00:03
mateyif the compilers are f****, then the entire distro is <- i can sort of sympthise with thatMay 14 00:03
MinceRi don't knowMay 14 00:03
schestowitz-TRthey called their OWN prohect "RUST"May 14 00:04
schestowitz-TRtake a clue ;-)May 14 00:04
mateyreminds me of kindleMay 14 00:04
schestowitz-TRyou know how rust formsMay 14 00:04
schestowitz-TRand whyMay 14 00:04
mateyi stopped doing business with amazon when they ANNOUNCED the kindleMay 14 00:04
schestowitz-TRit's like when NSA uses octpus logos for its projectsMay 14 00:04
schestowitz-TRas if to make fun of itselfMay 14 00:04
schestowitz-TRor provoke usMay 14 00:04
mateywell, rust (the programming language) actually forms the opposite wayMay 14 00:04
mateyfrom cutting off the oxygen to projectsMay 14 00:05
mateynot from oxidationMay 14 00:05
mateyit smothers them in bloat and nazi-like mysticismMay 14 00:05
mateytheres a link i saw in irc, about rust mysticism (rusticism)May 14 00:05
schestowitz-TR "Congratulations to Rust for its first (but not its last) supply-chain attack this week! They join a growing club of broken-by-design package managers which publish packages uploaded by vendors directly" 14 00:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | When will we learn?May 14 00:06
mateyw00tMay 14 00:06
schestowitz-TRbrb coffee on perculatorMay 14 00:06
schestowitz-TR*colMay 14 00:06
matey <- one of the funniest things youll ever find on githubMay 14 00:09
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-GitHub - mTvare6/ ๐Ÿš€Memory safe, blazing fast, configurable, minimal hello world written in rust(๐Ÿš€) in a few lines of code with few(1092๐Ÿš€) dependencies๐Ÿš€May 14 00:09
mateyi think i found it via this channelMay 14 00:09
matey"This project is very minimal, it only requires 1092 crates"May 14 00:09
mateyblame brian kernighan, he made this possible :)May 14 00:10
mateythe father of "hello world" but here its used as (informative) satireMay 14 00:10
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mateyTo compile this project you need only one libraryMay 14 00:10
bnchsmatey: lolMay 14 00:11
bnchscheck the issues tabMay 14 00:11
bnchstons of security vulnerabilites related to those cratesMay 14 00:11
mateyBAHAHAMay 14 00:11
mateyMessage rejected for containing invalid UTF-8May 14 00:11
MinceRa library full of data storage devices with libraries on them?May 14 00:11
activelowfound some more today... story surrounding bash/perl/python, where and how this creeped into... there's some interdependencies againMay 14 00:11
mateyall hail unicode, god of the plaintext underworld!May 14 00:11
activelowlet's see what remains, without bashMay 14 00:12
matey 1. cairo development libraries ๏ฟฝ ๏ฟฝ๏ฟฝ.1. libgtk development libraries ๐Ÿš€.1. alsa-lib ๐Ÿš€1. glfw ๐Ÿš€1. freetype ๐Ÿš€1. libglib ๐Ÿš€1. pango ๐Ÿš€1. atk ๐Ÿš€1. pixbuf ๐Ÿš€ 1. gdk ๐Ÿš€ Just 1 lib as you can see the number list along the namesMay 14 00:12
matey#techrights : 05/13/22 23:11 <matey>  1. cairo development libraries ๏ฟฝ ๏ฟฝ๏ฟฝ.1. libgtk development libraries ๐Ÿš€.1. alsa-lib ๐Ÿš€1. glfw ๐Ÿš€1. freetype ๐Ÿš€1. libglib ๐Ÿš€1. pango ๐Ÿš€1. atk ๐Ÿš€1. pixbuf ๐Ÿš€ 1. gdk ๐Ÿš€ Just 1 lib as you can see the number list along the namesMay 14 00:12
bnchs1. libgcmMay 14 00:12
bnchs2. libioMay 14 00:12
bnchs3. libsndMay 14 00:12
bnchsall you needMay 14 00:12
matey 14 00:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Air - All I Need - New Video! - InvidiousMay 14 00:13
mateyrust, rust hurry hurry lover run to me May 14 00:14
mateyill compile, all compile you all through meMay 14 00:14
mateyooh what you do to meMay 14 00:14
matey/me casts keanu for the sequelMay 14 00:14
mateyit makes so much more sense now that hes been in the matrixMay 14 00:14
mateyim pretty sure that video was part of the franchise </conspiracytheory>May 14 00:15
mateythe oracle was disgused as paula abdulMay 14 00:15
activelowcurrently, /bin/ping isn't available anymore, without python/meson...  imagine thisMay 14 00:15
mateys/disguised/disgusted/May 14 00:15
MinceRlolMay 14 00:15
matey :>May 14 00:15
matey/bin/ping isn't available anymore, without python/meson...  imagine this <- this is what i mean May 14 00:16
mateyi mean ive said things like thatMay 14 00:16
mateyhow python is somewhat integral to gnu nowMay 14 00:16
techrights-newsLinux Foundation is, in a nutshell, suits and nontechnical people exercising totalitarian control an authority over technical people, using capital as a weaponMay 14 00:16
matey(github)May 14 00:16
activelowpythone-meson is fully wiped already, and iputils packages containing /bin/ping is easily replacedMay 14 00:16
mateybut what i never claimed to have the skills for May 14 00:17
mateyis to build gnu to see if it REALLY needed python or notMay 14 00:17
mateyonly it gets pulled in by any effort to build afaikMay 14 00:17
activelowcan't grasp the wisdom of this, to fist python/meson into the base systemMay 14 00:17
mateybuild-time dependenciesMay 14 00:17
mateyi canMay 14 00:17
mateyits all bullshitMay 14 00:17
mateyits fucking bullshit, reallyMay 14 00:17
mateythis is what happens when "anything goes"May 14 00:18
mateywhen anything goes, everything goesMay 14 00:18
mateyand everything is goneMay 14 00:18
activelowVim, seems to do some things, with bash, insisting on it... why?May 14 00:18
activelownvi is removed from gentoo tree (pulled it back into overlay here), elvis got no unicodeMay 14 00:18
mateyfreedom 0, which i would not get rid ofMay 14 00:18
mateyincludes the freedom to nuke yourself in the footMay 14 00:18
mateywhich gnu has demonstrated as beautifully as one canMay 14 00:19
mateyi would not get rid of that freedomMay 14 00:19
mateybut i would still advise people not to exercise itMay 14 00:19
mateyjust because youre free to nuke yourself in the foot doesnt actually make it a good ideaMay 14 00:19
icuit makes sence to prevent draftingMay 14 00:20
activelowi _must_ remove gentoo; yet for this, i need to wipe gcc, because i do not want to maintain crosscompilers for gcc without gentoo-tooling, and gcc is what it isMay 14 00:20
mateygccpythonmesongithubibmMay 14 00:20
activelowwith a fast and simple compiler/linker/ar/as ... maintainence would be much easier, and much fun to hackMay 14 00:20
mateygnu is on the verge of apple-level stupidity hereMay 14 00:21
activelowmatey: the fact competent and intelligent programmers funded with alot of cash wasting millions of man power... this makes it worseMay 14 00:21
techrights-newsSMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAART... FIRE!!! IN ZA HOLL!!! What makes it "smart"? Bezos spying on your home? 14 00:22
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mateyyeah, they had helpMay 14 00:22
mateyapple can take a brilliant os and turn it into sludge, why cant we?May 14 00:22
mateyoh wait, hold my beerMay 14 00:22
activelowsince you mentioned libressl, this is another problem, because _some_ packages must be updated, and often create nasty dependency graphsMay 14 00:22
mateyim not worried about libresslMay 14 00:22
activelow(reminds my of python cryptography which they tried to attack with rustification)May 14 00:22
mateynot every step to the perfect os needs to be taken at the same timeMay 14 00:23
mateyits not possible and might be less perfectMay 14 00:23
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mateythough saying "enough is enough" is more than fairMay 14 00:23
mateywhat python crypto was attacked with rust?May 14 00:23
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mateyim not aware of rust being used in python, is that what python 3 brings us now?May 14 00:24
activelowi am not joking, when saying baphometos is one of the very few "free software" distributions remainingMay 14 00:24
mateyyou know if they add rust to cpythonMay 14 00:24
mateythat makes it crpythonMay 14 00:24
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mateyada is more secure than rustMay 14 00:24
mateythen it can be CRAPythonMay 14 00:25
activelowideally there wouldn't be many more build time dependencies, than a sane and efficient C compiler, bash, make, and a posix compliant shellMay 14 00:25
matey/me covers his eyes and goes to the github page for cpythonMay 14 00:26
techrights-newsThe final release of Fedora 36 should launch the distribution to the top of the "best of" charts. 14 00:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Fedora Linux 36 Is Here with GNOME 42, Linux Kernel 5.17, and Wayland for NVIDIA Users | Tux MachinesMay 14 00:26
matey 14 00:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-GitHub - python/cpython: The Python programming languageMay 14 00:26
activelowdmux desktop environment won't require much morethan this: c+bash+make, and a clean vi editorMay 14 00:26
MinceR 14 00:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IRCZ makes your life worth living created on 2022-05-13 16:48:01.615092May 14 00:26
techrights-news"The fan-made PC port of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, โ€˜Ship of Harkinianโ€™ now supports 60fps, GNU/Linux and more." 14 00:27
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Zelda: Ocarina of Timeโ€™s PC port now supports 60fps, save states, Linux and more | VGCMay 14 00:27
activelowin worst case, i could live with bsd nvi editor... it can handle unicode, although it's limited, doesn't screw things upMay 14 00:27
schestowitz-TRthe microsoft media defines it differentlyMay 14 00:27
mateyPython 65.6% = C 32.3% | C++ 0.6% | M4 0.4% | HTML 0.4% | Batchfile 0.2% | Other (cat) 0.5%May 14 00:27
schestowitz-TRif crackers write something in goMay 14 00:27
schestowitz-TRthan golang is not secureMay 14 00:28
schestowitz-TRthey redefined the whole thingMay 14 00:28
schestowitz-TRfor their FUD agendaMay 14 00:28
mateylol "batchfile"May 14 00:28
mateyMUMPS: 0.1%May 14 00:28
activelowi wiped golang, the distfiles folder of this, how this looked like, was reason enough to do soMay 14 00:28
mateyCOBOL: 0.05%May 14 00:28
activelowsimply check some gentoo distfile mirror and see for yourself, the beauty of how golang distributes their drugs to kidsMay 14 00:29
mateyparents who use rust, have kids who use rustMay 14 00:29
activelowif i had kids, and they showed interest in computers, i would begin with some BASIC programmingMay 14 00:29
mateyr.a.r.e rust abuse resistance educationMay 14 00:29
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mateycritics say its just a retirement programme for c codersMay 14 00:30
mateyif i had kids, and they showed interest in computers, i would begin with some BASIC programming <- better than javascriptMay 14 00:30
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matey if crackers write something in go than golang is not secure <- heheheheMay 14 00:31
mateysecure languages dont let you write malware :)May 14 00:31
activelowagain, it's the modern compiler features which rust benefits from, not the language itselfMay 14 00:32
mateywho needs to delete or format anything anywayMay 14 00:32
mateywhen the drive is full, just buy a new oneMay 14 00:32
activelowand those compiler features are available to other c++ clones alikeMay 14 00:32
MinceRsounds like the only secure language is SIMPLEMay 14 00:33
MinceR(Sheer Idiot's Monopurpose Programming Language Environment)May 14 00:33
techrights-newsLOL. Akademy invites me to the event... USING a 1) MICROSOFT 2) PROPRIETARY 3) SPYING platform. Come on, folks... it's like shooting your own foot thrice.May 14 00:33
activelow"secure language" is missing a precise definition, it's marketingMay 14 00:33
activelowopenbsd implemented and integrated modern memory protection features decades ago already, linux tooMay 14 00:34
activelowwith CMay 14 00:34
activelowand asmMay 14 00:34
mjg59_"Memory safe" has a clear definition and it's not one that can be achieved in CMay 14 00:34
mateyyes well, youre a notorious fan of self-serving technologies with "security" in the nameMay 14 00:35
mjg59_Rust's guarantees aren't a result of compiler features, they're a result of language designMay 14 00:35
activelowmjg59_: sure, because it isn't achieved in C, it is not a language feature, it is compiler/operating-system/hardware featuresMay 14 00:35
matey(self-serving for the corporations that develop them)May 14 00:35
mjg59_activelow: No, you're simply wrong hereMay 14 00:35
MinceRdoes "memory safe" apply to what you do inside an emulated computer?May 14 00:35
techrights-newsPeople who use KDE want to get AWAY from Microsoft. That's why KDE on Windows (~2006) never took off and KDE software on Linux is nothing (the Windows Store telemetry confirmed this). Stop believing Microsoft-bribed media. Microsoft does not love Linux and almost nobody uses WSL. It was a failure. The marketing budget has run out, too.May 14 00:35
mjg59_MinceR: If the emulated computer is one that emulates things like hardware bounds checking, sureMay 14 00:36
matey"its not a feature, its a design"May 14 00:36
matey"ohh"May 14 00:36
mateyits a design, not a bugMay 14 00:36
mjg59_activelow: Where is the hardware feature that stops me writing to byte 2049 of a 2048 byte array in C?May 14 00:36
MinceRsounds like you get to pick at most 1 of "Turing-complete" and "memory safe"May 14 00:36
MinceRi know which one i picked.May 14 00:36
bnchs"memory safety in impossible in C, because... because..."May 14 00:37
bnchs"JUST USE RUST ALREADY!!!"May 14 00:37
matey/me cries laughingMay 14 00:37
techrights-newsBruce Schneier still getting his "info" from Conde Nast, a longtime Microsoft propaganda partner :/ 14 00:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Friday Squid Blogging: Squidmobile - Schneier on SecurityMay 14 00:37
mjg59_If you have a memory-safe C derivative you no longer have CMay 14 00:37
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mjg59_There's simply no way to avoid double frees - the compiler has no concept of what's happening thereMay 14 00:38
activelowmjg59_: depends, it is not that simple; if your write() touches a memory region marked as RO|X then this will trigger some fault in the mmu, which kernel may or may not catch and enforce policies forMay 14 00:38
mjg59_activelow: Why would that region be marked RO|X?May 14 00:38
techrights-newsA buzzwords mix-n-match 14 00:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 5 things SREs and Sysadmins should know about ROSA and cloud servicesMay 14 00:38
activelowmjg59_: if this illegal write() touches a stack canary, then it is a compiler extension (SSP) which kicks inMay 14 00:38
mjg59_If I've malloc()ed something smaller than a page then there's no way to mark the area immediately after it with different protection bitsMay 14 00:38
MinceRif you can write an x86 emulator in Rust, then Rust is not "memory safe"May 14 00:39
matey 14 00:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Ending Scene From The Changeling - InvidiousMay 14 00:39
MinceRbecause you can run unsafe x86 machine code on it that does "bad" thingsMay 14 00:39
activelowmjg59_: and another measure is libc functions such as strlncpy which dmeand a length parameter etc.May 14 00:39
schestowitz-TRrust is lots of hype and marketingMay 14 00:39
mateymincer: but they can never escapeMay 14 00:39
schestowitz-TReven its own core people threw in the towelMay 14 00:39
bnchssaying that "memory safety is unachievable in C" is absoulutely bullshitMay 14 00:39
MinceRthat wasn't a criterionMay 14 00:39
schestowitz-TRand now we hear of rust security issues every monhMay 14 00:39
MinceRalso, some of the "memory unsafe" things also don't "escape"May 14 00:39
mjg59_activelow: If I have a 2048 byte buffer on the stack, immediately followed by another 2048 byte buffer, how do you prevent a write to the first buffer overflowing into the second?May 14 00:39
schestowitz-TRputting aside the breach that is outsourcing to Microsoft/NSAMay 14 00:39
schestowitz-TRand then SILENCING their critics!May 14 00:40
MinceRfor example, you could corrupt one of your objects in memory by accessing another object improperlyMay 14 00:40
bnchsmjg59_, write better codeMay 14 00:40
mjg59_bnchs: How do you prevent double free()s in C?May 14 00:40
mateymincer: if you run a browser in an emulator thats memory safeMay 14 00:40
bnchscheck if object is NULLMay 14 00:40
schestowitz-TRSecurity[ n.]: protecting oneself from one's criticsMay 14 00:40
mateythe internet can never touch anything important to youMay 14 00:40
bnchsif you're freeing it, set the pointer to NULLMay 14 00:40
mjg59_bnchs: People have been trying that for some time and yet we still have these bugsMay 14 00:40
activelowmjg59_: how does rust do it? it's irelevant if strlncpy() or any rust-equivalent set a policyMay 14 00:40
bnchsall you said can be avoidedMay 14 00:40
schestowitz-TRmemory safe: making sure people forgot your security blunders. People's memory span is limited.May 14 00:40
mateyrust eliminates an entire class of bugs foreverMay 14 00:40
MinceRyou could also allocate a large array of bytes and then just do the equivalent of raw memory access and management in it, including buffer overflowsMay 14 00:40
activelowand it can be done with both: C or RustMay 14 00:41
mateyyes but the buffers will overflow SAFELYMay 14 00:41
mateybe sure to make all your buffer overflows look like happy little overflowsMay 14 00:41
activelowmjg59_: the problem i see is another one, for example, Kernel and Hardware (intel) boast about NX bit, yet no sufficient policies are enforced for this by defaultMay 14 00:41
MinceRwhat if you store a value that decides what your program does next right after the array you overflow and overwrite it?May 14 00:41
icuand c doesnt have garfage colectorMay 14 00:41
bnchsall of your bugs can be fixed with a simple valgrindMay 14 00:41
MinceRwhat about the Boehm GC?May 14 00:42
schestowitz-TRbnchs: they don't trach that in collegeMay 14 00:42
schestowitz-TRnot they teach "javascript"May 14 00:42
MinceRwhat about garbage collected languages implemented in terms of C, like CHICKEN Scheme?May 14 00:42
mateyif a buffer overflow happens on the internet, and the internet is down because of clownflare, does it make a vulnerability?May 14 00:42
schestowitz-TRand "stack"May 14 00:42
schestowitz-TR(web)May 14 00:42
mateyclownflare: memory safeing your internets!May 14 00:42
activelowmjg59_: if you want i got some patchset here, forward-ported some W^X policy enforcement for amd64 to latest kernel (since grsecurity dropped support, and some other patchset wasn't maintained anymore, i did pick them up yet have no interest in x86/amd64 anymore)May 14 00:42
bnchsif you check the rust hello world example, you find tons of security vulnerabilites in the issues tabMay 14 00:43
mateyrust is everything w^x wants to be when it grows upMay 14 00:43
MinceRlolMay 14 00:43
bnchsrelated to shit like "regex"May 14 00:43
activelowmjg59_: let me ask instead, why does linux kernel not enforce sufficient policies for this?May 14 00:43
MinceRi didn't know w^x wanted to include a bunch of supply chain attacksMay 14 00:43
mateySAFE supply chain attacks!May 14 00:43
MinceRlolMay 14 00:43
MinceRnot reallyMay 14 00:43
mjg59_activelow: What do you mean by "sufficient policies"?May 14 00:43
mateyyes, if you create a supply chain attack in rust, it cant do anythingMay 14 00:43
MinceRalso, there are unsafe blocks in rust and you can do "bad" things in themMay 14 00:44
MinceRso, again, Rust isn't "memory safe"May 14 00:44
activelowmjg59_: another question, why was it possible to enforce _full_ w^x policies on firefox 3.6.28 (javascript interpreter), and why isn't this possible anymore with any of the latest rustified javascript from moz?May 14 00:44
techrights-news"It was a bleeding-edge operating system, which meant it shipped with all the newest software." systemd is bleeeeeeding allllwwwight 14 00:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Fedora 36 is one of the best options for new Linux users | ZDNetMay 14 00:44
activelowmjg59_: mprotect()May 14 00:44
mateythose bad things only happen to the hello world cratesMay 14 00:44
mateydont implement hello world and youll be fineMay 14 00:44
activelowand some othersMay 14 00:44
MinceRlolMay 14 00:44
mjg59_activelow: You can mprotect() code to NXMay 14 00:44
techrights-newsCorporate media: every systemd bug is "Linux" hole. Linus: wait, did anyone ask me???? systemd is not my project!May 14 00:45
mateyseriously people, stop writing to stdio, its insecureMay 14 00:45
MinceRto be fair, Linux isn't his project anymore either :>May 14 00:45
bnchsdude stop using rust regexMay 14 00:45
bnchsit's INSECUREMay 14 00:45
MinceRyeah, I/O is unsafeMay 14 00:45
bnchsstop using stdio, insecureMay 14 00:45
mateytheres rust in my peanut butterMay 14 00:45
mateytheres peanut butter in my rustMay 14 00:45
bnchsstop using string librariesMay 14 00:45
schestowitz-TRewwMay 14 00:45
activelowmjg59_: sure, yet kernel does _not_ enforce policies; to deny mprotect(R|W|X)May 14 00:45
schestowitz-TRmatey: leaded rust?May 14 00:46
mateyno, super unleadedMay 14 00:46
schestowitz-TRflint experiment shows that's not suitable for eatingMay 14 00:46
mjg59_activelow: Right, because otherwise you can't write a JITMay 14 00:46
mateyits only got a bit of arsenicMay 14 00:46
mjg59_(Or you can, but with some amount of performance overhead)May 14 00:46
MinceRRustยฎ with TetanusยฎMay 14 00:46
activelowand concerning this minor detail, the latest rustified mozilla javascript engines are notworthy too, it is _less_ secure, _less_ memory safe than firefox 3.6.28 was (the last one i tested)May 14 00:46
mateyrust + clownflare = rusty the clownMay 14 00:46
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icuRust is Metal agedMay 14 00:46
MinceRRusty TromboneยฎMay 14 00:46
schestowitz-TRmatey: you can't say Tetanusยฎ without..May 14 00:47
schestowitz-TRnever mindMay 14 00:47
MinceR:>May 14 00:47
mateyarsehole?May 14 00:47
activelowmjg59_: JIT does _not_ need unprotected memory down to system levelMay 14 00:47
mjg59_activelow: ?May 14 00:47
mateyrustanusMay 14 00:47
icuisnt metal apple stuff?May 14 00:47
mateywhat robots get when you make them memory safeMay 14 00:47
MinceRi hope notMay 14 00:47
icuits grafics driver for osx?May 14 00:48
activelowyet, mozilla/rust/mapple decided the wanted to, and say it is "memory safe" now... that's why all the "innovations", to apply runtime-diagnosts and forensics gibberish, injected by the compilerMay 14 00:48
mateyyou just need preparation-cMay 14 00:48
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MinceReven Java/Swing came with a Metal themeMay 14 00:48
activelowmjg59_: if at least w^x policies were enfoced, then i would listenMay 14 00:48
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mateymemory safe: the fictional repo george orwell wrote about where the party puts all the programs written in cMay 14 00:49
MinceRlolMay 14 00:49
matey"down the memory safe"May 14 00:49
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mateytoday its called the arctic faultMay 14 00:49
bnchsmemory safeMay 14 00:49
bnchstoday i had a memory unsafe event in my brainMay 14 00:50
bnchsapparently i tried to read something before my brain could load the data into itMay 14 00:50
icuthere was protected mode in dosMay 14 00:50
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activelowlast time i checked on website, all webbrowsers, written "memory safe" were labeled dark red, vulnerable...May 14 00:50
bnchsand i ended up saying and shouting a bunch of bullshitMay 14 00:50
mateybnchs, thats just deja vu, it happens to everyoneMay 14 00:50
activelowguess what, if i wanted to, pick up pyton2.7 again, and compile firefox 3.6.28, this one would be safe, without rustMay 14 00:51
icuDPMIMay 14 00:51
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matey<activelow> guess what, if i wanted to, pick up pyton2.7 again, and compile firefox 3.6.28, this one would be safe, without rust <- im not sure id go that farMay 14 00:51
icu 14 00:51
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MinceRDPMI wasn't protected mode, it was an interface to gain access to protected mode from V86 modeMay 14 00:51
activelowmatey: i wouldMay 14 00:51
mateyyes, you mightMay 14 00:51
mateyconfucious say one who goes too far is far goneMay 14 00:52
activelowas far as "memory safety" is concerned, and firefox 3.6.28 javascript didn't have webassembly, so another good to goMay 14 00:52
schestowitz-TR[00:50] <bnchs> today i had a memory unsafe event in my brainMay 14 00:52
schestowitz-TRyou should just crashMay 14 00:53
schestowitz-TRor pass outMay 14 00:53
schestowitz-TRto solve the issueMay 14 00:53
MinceRConfucius say: Man who make mistake in elevator, wrong on many levels.May 14 00:53
mateyheheheMay 14 00:53
bnchsschestowitz-TR, nah it just segfaulted safetyMay 14 00:53
schestowitz-TRman who fart in lift...May 14 00:53
bnchswith a loud "FUCK!!!!!"May 14 00:53
bnchssafely*May 14 00:53
mateymincer: we need memory safe elevatorsMay 14 00:53
mateytheyre insecureMay 14 00:54
MinceRthose would never moveMay 14 00:54
schestowitz-TRman who chases car gets tyredMay 14 00:54
MinceRmoving an elevator car is i/oMay 14 00:54
MinceRConfucius say: Man who fart in church, sit in own pew.May 14 00:54
bnchsfat guy who chases ice cream truckMay 14 00:54
bnchsgets whatMay 14 00:54
mateyi/o, i/o, ram to device we goMay 14 00:54
mateyi/o, i/o i/o i/oMay 14 00:55
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MinceREIEIO error codeMay 14 00:55
schestowitz-TRConfucius sayMay 14 00:55
schestowitz-TRbnchs: ousted as billGMay 14 00:56
activelowanyway, i must wipe the irc box soon, it is full of rubbish stillMay 14 00:58
activelowideally i can replace the irc client with suckless ii within dvtm or similar... not sure yet what's bestMay 14 00:58
activelowanything which links against glib will be gone, and there is more on the hitlist of "free software" to cope withMay 14 00:58
activelowbashism sucksMay 14 00:59
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mateydevelopment without rust 14 01:01
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mateydevelopment with rust 14 01:01
MinceRrust makes development awfully blurryMay 14 01:02
techrights-newsApple fan to gnu/linux user: you need a MAC to get REAL WORK done. [starts scrolling down a facebook page]May 14 01:02
mateythats because its memory safe and ad-supportedMay 14 01:02
mateyand jimbo wales left hand doesnt know what the right is doingMay 14 01:02
mateywhich is secure by designMay 14 01:02
MinceRthat it is notMay 14 01:03
MinceRnow, if neither of his hands were capable of doing anything at all, that would be the beginning of securityMay 14 01:03
mateyotherwise the right hand could be used in a side-channel attack against the leftMay 14 01:03
MinceRby design, that isMay 14 01:03
mateywell it depends on your threat modelMay 14 01:03
mateyfor jimbo wales (and especially his army of pre-adolescent editors) one hand is more than enough to get you into troubleMay 14 01:04
schestowitz-TR"I'm a model"May 14 01:04
schestowitz-TR"of a dinosaur?"May 14 01:04
MinceRif your threat model is someone getting something done, the known definition of "memory safe" certainly helps against that threatMay 14 01:04
schestowitz-TR"no, I'm a threat model"May 14 01:04
mateypfft, rust has never prevented people from getting something doneMay 14 01:04
MinceRare even the rashist editors pre-adolescent?May 14 01:04
mateyits only slowed them down by an order of magnitudeMay 14 01:04
MinceRthat would be because rust is not "memory safe"May 14 01:05
mateyand brought projects that already worked to a haultMay 14 01:05
mateyhaltMay 14 01:05
activelowto answer the other question, if JIT is possible with W^X, yet it is. it is conceptually related to harvard architecture which separates code and data, correct me if i am wrong.May 14 01:05
schestowitz-TRselinux 'security'May 14 01:05
schestowitz-TRnag and nagMay 14 01:05
mateybut PREVENTING work? noMay 14 01:05
MinceRSIMPLE is "memory safe", thoughMay 14 01:05
schestowitz-TRprotect the user from wanting to do what the user wants to doMay 14 01:05
mateyso is a rockMay 14 01:05
MinceR 14 01:05
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activelowanother security gag, to re-think, floppy-disks (1.4MiB) got a switch, for READ-ONLYMay 14 01:05
MinceRindeedMay 14 01:05
schestowitz-TRwhile ignoring gaping hole in the OS of the makers of selinusMay 14 01:05
MinceRthere's a Security Enhanced Linus Torvalds?May 14 01:05
mateyin the future everyone uses black monoliths for computingMay 14 01:05
mateytheyre completely memory safeMay 14 01:06
iculinux SEMay 14 01:06
MinceRSecond Edition?May 14 01:06
mateyrust will be oldschool by then, it will be replaced with onyxMay 14 01:06
MinceRniceMay 14 01:06
schestowitz-TRMinceR: stanards editionMay 14 01:06
MinceRSatanic EditionMay 14 01:06
mateytheir slogan will beMay 14 01:06
schestowitz-TRUbuntu SEMay 14 01:07
schestowitz-TRask jono baconMay 14 01:07
MinceRUAC approvedMay 14 01:07
matey"rust is memory safe, yes-- but onyx is memory SAFER"May 14 01:07
icuif only they had rust to builf windows 95May 14 01:07
schestowitz-TRhe threaetened themMay 14 01:07
schestowitz-TRsome community [sic] managerMay 14 01:07
schestowitz-TRwannabe lawyerMay 14 01:07
XRevan86 14 01:07
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activelowsince i cannot easily boot the ARM systems from CD-ROM (READ ONLY), i keep the rootfs inside a squashsf with some tiny scrambler to prevent weird thingsMay 14 01:07
MinceRhe could just commit suicideMay 14 01:07
mateyto attack a machine running rust, you need more than mere tempestMay 14 01:08
XRevan86MinceR: No, that's a fairly realistic look.May 14 01:08
MinceRhis role model did the sameMay 14 01:08
mateyyou need to build a cosmic ray emitterMay 14 01:08
schestowitz-TRwon't happen, MinceRMay 14 01:08
activelowif something strange happens, i pull out the SD-Card, write a hashed/signed root.squashfs onto in a minute or two, and bootMay 14 01:08
schestowitz-TRmatey: his role model risked capture by sovietsMay 14 01:08
activelowbaphometos got no installation procedure btw.May 14 01:08
schestowitz-TRso he was past his peak anywayMay 14 01:08
schestowitz-TRwanted to quit on "a high"May 14 01:08
icuPutin would accept defeat if they would let him win the judo gold at the olimpicsMay 14 01:08
schestowitz-TRlike john mccafeeMay 14 01:09
activelowthere isn't any "installation"... plug in sd-card, boot, ifconfig, irc, done.May 14 01:09
MinceRi know, first NATO forces have to surround him while he's cowering in ะ‘ัƒะฝะบะตั€ ะปะธะดะตั€ะฐMay 14 01:09
MinceRand then he can finally fellate his handgunMay 14 01:09
activelowgiven the memory footprint, i estimate 64MiB RAM minimum for a useful system, and i'll crunch this down furtherMay 14 01:10
icu64MiB RAM should be enoughMay 14 01:11
MinceR...for everyoneMay 14 01:11
icuask bill gatesMay 14 01:11
activelowa TI89 got 2MiB ROM, and 256KiB RAM, give or take a few... and was useful, although not "free software"May 14 01:12
activelowand this is the bare minimum, i need, with any linux free software, a programming language and some vector graphics (to plot data graphs etc.)May 14 01:13
psydruideven if 64 MiB should be enough for everyone, 2-8 GiB is hugeMay 14 01:14
schestowitz-TRhow much ram does a do-nothing android proghram allocate?May 14 01:14
matey<MinceR> and then he can finally fellate his handgun <- hopefully he fondles the magazine (anything can be a handgun, in the right hands)May 14 01:14
psydruidso if the system doesn't run well with that, something seems to be wrongMay 14 01:15
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mateyrust is a fine example of what openbsd devs would be like if openbsd was like red hat and debianMay 14 01:16
mateymonkey bukkake: its memory safe, bitch!May 14 01:16
DaemonFCOkay, so Mandy got his passport renewed and they said to expect it in 2-3 months.May 14 01:17
DaemonFCHis friend is such an idiot that she punched in our street address and took us to the wrong county because she didn't read where it was actually taking us.May 14 01:17
DaemonFCAnd then she said she does that all the time.May 14 01:17
matey(bunny bukkake sold separately)May 14 01:17
matey*to the tune of baby belugaMay 14 01:18
DaemonFCI thought I was going to throw up.May 14 01:22
DaemonFCNot only did she take us an hour in the wrong direction.May 14 01:22
DaemonFCBut she can't drive worth shit and pumps the accelerator back and forth and avoids the cruise control entirely.May 14 01:22
activelow64MiB is only a realistic minimum of RAM required with dmux+vi, with some sixel support, it's the most powerful IDE for maths and relatedMay 14 01:22
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DaemonFCI set up the dehumidifier to drain into the washing machine.May 14 01:29
DaemonFCIt should offset some of my laundry water and then that all gets purged down the drain anyway when that stage is done.May 14 01:29
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MinceRhow much relative humidity do you get over there?May 14 01:32
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DaemonFC<MinceR> how much relative humidity do you get over there?May 14 01:34
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DaemonFCI got 12.5 liters by running it for a day and dumping it out manually a couple of times.May 14 01:34
DaemonFCBut that wouldn't account for it shutting off the condenser to prevent overflowing.May 14 01:35
DaemonFCSO it may well be able to take out more if it's not interrupted.May 14 01:35
DaemonFCIt's rated 50 pints per day under the DoE method and the apartment hovers around 80-90% relative humidity.May 14 01:35
MinceRicMay 14 01:36
DaemonFCNaturally, though, it would remove more moisture at first until it gets the humidity down to a reasonable level, and then it would slow down.May 14 01:36
DaemonFCSo I'm guessing I'll get about 3-3.5 gallons out of it over the next 24 hours.May 14 01:37
DaemonFCThen probably about 3 gallons over the next day.May 14 01:37
DaemonFCAnd then about 2.5-2.75 gallons by the third day.May 14 01:37
DaemonFCAnd probably it should level out at around 1.75-2 gallons after it has been running a few days.May 14 01:37
DaemonFCI turned it off this morning at 10 AM with the relative humidity at 40%, and when I came back at 7 PM it was at 64%.May 14 01:38
DaemonFCSo it's pretty clear that I'd have to set this thing to run at least 15-16 hours per day to keep the humidity at an acceptable level.May 14 01:39
DaemonFCIt's pretty bad in here without the thing running.May 14 01:39
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DaemonFCI've heard that the first few days are the worst though if you're emptying the unit manually.May 14 01:40
techrights-news"Like marginalia, I don't know how to build software. Not only that, I also don't know how to live my life." gemini:// 14 01:40
DaemonFCAfter that you can usually empty it once every day or two.May 14 01:40
DaemonFCBut for the first 3-4 days you'll empty it twice or more.May 14 01:40
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DaemonFCIdeally, you'll be able to put the unit next to a sink and just run the included hose up and stick it down into the drain pipe and just let it run and forget about it.May 14 01:41
DaemonFCUnfortunately, we don't have enough space for that.May 14 01:41
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DaemonFCschestowitz-TR, ^May 14 01:51
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mateythat worked wellMay 14 02:04
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icutime to install windows11May 14 02:27
icui font get the point of benchmarking with top hardware?May 14 02:32
icuin low end hasdware thats were the difrence beomes more aparentMay 14 02:32
icucrazy worldMay 14 02:33
icuย RTX 3070 Gaming OCMay 14 02:33
icunot even 1% is going to have that shitMay 14 02:34
icu 14 02:34
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icuif the pc market isnt going to have hardware comptitive with smartphones its going to die a swift deathMay 14 02:37
icuat least in the consumer marketMay 14 02:37
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icubut let them think what they willMay 14 02:38
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icufor gaming you just get a consol so much cheaperMay 14 02:38
icuso what do they think they are aim at?May 14 02:39
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icuthey even need windows to come ip with crazy TPM2 to force people to upgradeMay 14 02:39
icugood luck with that BSMay 14 02:40
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psydruidwindows itself is bsMay 14 02:49
icuwindows works good enoughMay 14 02:50
psydruidit doesMay 14 02:50
icuyou need to tame it into submissionMay 14 02:51
psydruidfor killing peopleMay 14 02:51
psydruidyes, by wiping it instantlyMay 14 02:51
icuwtf?May 14 02:51
icui dont know what thew fuck you meanMay 14 02:53
icui love windowsMay 14 02:54
icuever since windows 95May 14 02:54
MinceRy thoMay 14 02:54
icubest OS everMay 14 02:54
MinceRwhat's so good about it?May 14 02:54
icuthey have been ruining it alotMay 14 02:55
MinceRthat's what makes it the best?May 14 02:55
icueverything worksMay 14 02:55
iculots o9f programsMay 14 02:55
icuthey ruined it after trying to become appleMay 14 02:56
MinceR 14 02:56
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MinceRi can't find a picture of the "ruining it alot" :(May 14 02:56
icuever since windows 8May 14 02:57
MinceRi guess i missed Backdoors 95May 14 02:57
MinceRthe first version i used on my own hw was 98SEMay 14 02:57
icu95 crashed ALOTMay 14 02:57
MinceRthat already had wonderful features such as installing the monitor multiple times and have those instances conflict with each otherMay 14 02:57
MinceRdo you like crashes?May 14 02:58
icuat that time only thing better was apple but it didnt have all the programsMay 14 02:58
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icu98SE didnt crashed muchMay 14 02:59
MinceRyes it didMay 14 02:59
chicksahoy98SE was trash, i liked win2k betterMay 14 03:00
icucause you didnt used it rightMay 14 03:00
MinceRriiiiiiightMay 14 03:00
icuwinxp was much betterMay 14 03:00
MinceRusing Backdoors right: don't let it boot in the first placeMay 14 03:00
MinceRthen it can't crashMay 14 03:00
icuyou didnt had win95May 14 03:00
MinceRoh, it also trashed some VFAT partitionsMay 14 03:00
MinceRon a whimMay 14 03:00
icuwinxp had code red or what was itMay 14 03:01
MinceRMountain Dew Code Red?May 14 03:01
icui got that shit thrown at meMay 14 03:01
chicksahoylolMay 14 03:01
icui fixed you had only like 1 minut before it rebootedMay 14 03:02
MinceRblaster was like thatMay 14 03:02
icuafter like a dozen reboots i got it working agianMay 14 03:02
icumaybe it was that oneMay 14 03:02
icui got it just after i 1st instaled itMay 14 03:03
icuweee new windows lets check that outMay 14 03:03
icuinstant failMay 14 03:03
icuLOLMay 14 03:03
icui couldnt complai i didnt pay for itMay 14 03:04
mateyit took forever to get me to go from windows 3.1 to 95May 14 03:05
mateyfrom 3.0 was easy-- 3.0 still behaved like dosMay 14 03:05
icuwindows 3.1 i never used it just lets keep to dosMay 14 03:05
mateyif something went wrong, you never had to worry-- the machine would simply freeze. for some reason they didnt call it "memory safe mode"May 14 03:05
matey3,1 introduced the ginger-headed screen of death, which some people insist is blueMay 14 03:06
icuif i needed it you would type winMay 14 03:06
icujust like startxMay 14 03:06
mateyits obviously a ginger in disguise, or no one could hate it so muchMay 14 03:06
MinceRlolMay 14 03:07
mateyoriginally, and not for very long, the so-called blue screen of death was very welcomeMay 14 03:07
mateyheres whyMay 14 03:07
MinceRi don't think the color is the reason why people hate itMay 14 03:07
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mateyin a situation where the machine would definitely freeze. now it MIGHTMay 14 03:07
mateyor, possibly, you would have a chance to save your workMay 14 03:07
icumaybe it was the color on peoples facesMay 14 03:08
MinceRalso, i don't even mind gingersMay 14 03:08
mateythen shut down, because obviously at that pointMay 14 03:08
mateyim very fond of karen gillan, so May 14 03:08
mateyand scottish accents in generalMay 14 03:08
chicksahoyi remember the days of using trumpet winsock to get win3.1x onto the internet so i could use mIRC and NetscapeMay 14 03:08
mateyi triedMay 14 03:08
mateyfinally i just installed (from floppies) this package that my isp offeredMay 14 03:08
icuyou should always keep your windows cd handytMay 14 03:09
icui sure remeber thatMay 14 03:09
mateyand it allowed me to connect to my isp in windows 3.1 without knowing which runes and chants would make trumpet winsock workMay 14 03:09
mateyno it was not aol.May 14 03:09
mateyid sooner use cans and stringMay 14 03:09
icui even had a windows cd costume madeMay 14 03:09
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icuwith norton tools or somethingMay 14 03:10
mateybut anyway, after you see the bsod and maybe save your workMay 14 03:10
mateywhich dos trains you to do every 5 second anywayMay 14 03:10
icualso you should backup the registryMay 14 03:10
mateytype type type CTRL S type type type CTRL S (enter)May 14 03:11
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mateyuptime still > 200 days hereMay 14 03:11
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mateyyou had to shut down after a bsodMay 14 03:12
mateybecause after that you couldnt trust opening notepad to not freeze the systemMay 14 03:12
mateyor maybe moving an icon would do itMay 14 03:12
MinceR14 040548 < matey> if something went wrong, you never had to worry-- the machine would simply freeze. for some reason they didnt call it "memory safe mode"May 14 03:12
MinceRthe buzzword wasn't invented yet, i guessMay 14 03:12
MinceRor wasn't popularized by the hipstersMay 14 03:12
mateyit was basically russian roulette with ram at that pointMay 14 03:13
icuhow did you recover from BSOD?May 14 03:13
MinceRrebootMay 14 03:13
mateyoh we didnt trust reboot eitherMay 14 03:13
MinceRhopefully into a real OSMay 14 03:13
mateyyou could never be sure with rebootMay 14 03:13
mateynope, you had to shutdownMay 14 03:13
mateyyes its harder on the power supplyMay 14 03:13
mateybut ram-wise, far more reliable. or something.May 14 03:13
mateyit also helped if you didnt look directly at the screen when you bootedMay 14 03:14
mateywho knows what could happenMay 14 03:14
mateyor alternatively, you had to watch each step of the boot processMay 14 03:14
mateysome of these things existed for sound reasons, and the others, who knowsMay 14 03:14
mateycouldnt hurtMay 14 03:14
MinceRyou can't shutdown if you have a BSoDMay 14 03:15
icui think MS it self coded blaster to fuck up piaratesMay 14 03:15
mateyoh thats rightMay 14 03:15
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mateyyou had to ctrl alt delMay 14 03:15
mateybut in general reboot was not to be trustedMay 14 03:15
mateyi think i must have trusted it a little because i used it often enoughMay 14 03:15
mateybut i was told by sages not toMay 14 03:15
matey(i think maybe they were a little full of shit)May 14 03:16
mateythere was at some point, probably a less than magical reason for all thatMay 14 03:16
matey/me shrugsMay 14 03:16
MinceRrebooting from a system that's running and can be shut down is discouragedMay 14 03:16
mateyokay thenMay 14 03:16
chicksahoypowering down was for a good reason, you wanted to reset all the hardware tooMay 14 03:16
MinceRit can cause cache not being flushed and filesystem corruption, both of which can be avoided via a proper shutdownMay 14 03:16
mateywith systemd it simply tempts fateMay 14 03:17
icujust the other month i had this thing in linux were it would only boot like after 3 trysMay 14 03:17
icui read it was something to do with googleMay 14 03:17
MinceRcould be systemdMay 14 03:17
mateywhich like everything else about systemd, is an upstream problem and they simply cant be arsedMay 14 03:17
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icuit didt even reached systemdMay 14 03:18
icuit was something with graficsMay 14 03:18
chicksahoyicu: everyone here likes to blame systemd for everythingMay 14 03:18
matey"im merely infallible laddie, it doesnt mean im god you know"May 14 03:18
chicksahoywar un ukraine? systemd's faultMay 14 03:18
mateyidiots who troll us with bullshit? systemds fault.May 14 03:18
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icuits was some grafics file from googleMay 14 03:18
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icui cant be sure but read other people having the problemMay 14 03:19
mateyfixedMay 14 03:19
MinceRi meant the failure to boot, of courseMay 14 03:19
icuthe screen just whent to sleepMay 14 03:19
MinceRi would get a lot of booting to emergency prompt hidden on an inactive vc with ubunturdMay 14 03:19
mateypeople who defend systemd should kill themselvesMay 14 03:19
MinceRthankfully not on my own hwMay 14 03:19
mateybill hicksMay 14 03:19
mateyseriously, its a branch of marketingMay 14 03:20
icuit didnt even shou any textMay 14 03:20
mateyhe said it, not meMay 14 03:20
icumay system uses up 650 M after boot i blame systemdMay 14 03:21
icui used linux that used like 150 m not that long agoMay 14 03:22
icuwith x runningMay 14 03:22
chicksahoyicu: what deMay 14 03:22
icuxfceMay 14 03:23
icuthe same im using nowMay 14 03:23
icueven KDEMay 14 03:23
chicksahoyim using fedora and gnomeMay 14 03:23
icubefore the plasma thingMay 14 03:23
icuthou KDE used ti sigterm errorMay 14 03:24
icuor something like thatMay 14 03:24
icui cant only suspect its systemdMay 14 03:25
icufrom arounf 150 m to 600 m is alot ram to gobble upMay 14 03:26
icualso it was 32 not 64May 14 03:26
icuso that surelly accounts for somethingMay 14 03:26
icugnome the kinder garden DEMay 14 03:27
chicksahoylolMay 14 03:28
chicksahoyas far as wayland support goes, its the least buggy deMay 14 03:28
icuoh look mom so many icons so litle textMay 14 03:29
icuso many unicornsMay 14 03:30
icuyou got love how gnome makes this huge icons and tiny text below themMay 14 03:30
icuits like form over functionMay 14 03:31
MinceRthey'd prefer no textMay 14 03:31
MinceRmaybe they'll get around to it one of these daysMay 14 03:31
MinceRprobably not before their beloved crApple doesMay 14 03:31
MinceRidiocracy style!May 14 03:31
icuand how they rename programs like TEST EDITORMay 14 03:31
icuTEXT EDITOR is it emacs vi vim nanoMay 14 03:32
MinceRnone of those is "modern"May 14 03:32
icuNVM you stupid user use the kinder garden one size fits allMay 14 03:32
MinceRthen again, text editors aren't "modern"May 14 03:32
MinceRtext is scaryMay 14 03:32
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MinceRand you might end up writing a program with itMay 14 03:33
MinceRwe can't have thatMay 14 03:33
icuyes people might actually notice that you cant readMay 14 03:33
MinceRif you need a program, ibm/deadrat will code it into systemdMay 14 03:33
MinceRand you'll like itMay 14 03:33
mateyhappiness is mandatoryMay 14 03:33
MinceRexactlyMay 14 03:33
MinceRfailure to be happy is treasonMay 14 03:34
mateylower your shields and prepare to boardedMay 14 03:34
mateygentoo is futileMay 14 03:34
MinceRtreason is punishable by summary executionMay 14 03:34
matey/me thinks gentoo makes one of the better cases for gnu/linux in the world, the only problem is linux, and probably gnuMay 14 03:34
icui still remeber that computer for the 3th world nationsMay 14 03:35
mateynot that ive ever been able to use itMay 14 03:35
icuthats were modern gnome comefromMay 14 03:35
mateythe most common review is "i think its great, and i would use it if i could"May 14 03:35
icuwhat was it called?May 14 03:35
mateygentoo commands that sort of respectMay 14 03:35
matey"no i have no use for it at all. but its so good i wish i did."May 14 03:36
icu 14 03:39
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icuthats what gnome is aiming atMay 14 03:39
mateyelementary os is implodingMay 14 03:40
mateysays lunduke, who you know is accurateMay 14 03:40
mateyi knew flatpak was bloated of course, but i didnt know it had enough mass to make a distro implodeMay 14 03:40
mateyi did think elementary sucked enough thoughMay 14 03:41
mateyso its sort of been imploding from the beginningMay 14 03:41
icuelementary is the apple look a likeMay 14 03:41
mateysupposedly everything is systemds faultMay 14 03:41
mateybut even if elementary os didnt have itMay 14 03:41
mateyit honestly would still really suckMay 14 03:42
mateyso im going to go out on a limb and say this is one we cant (entirely) blame systemd forMay 14 03:42
icuits imploding because they didnt use sytemdMay 14 03:42
mateyits not like you HAVE TO add systemd to make your distro suckMay 14 03:42
icuwich is ofcourse systemfd faultMay 14 03:42
mateypeople are just lazy and like a trusted solution for that May 14 03:42
mateyelementary used several layers of things that suck, it didnt just rely on some cookie-cutter package for itMay 14 03:43
icuyou cant have a distro with out systemd its a FACTMay 14 03:43
mateyit even had mono for fucks sakeMay 14 03:43
iculinux people just dont have the taste to use an apple inspired guiMay 14 03:45
icufringe peopleMay 14 03:45
icutheir not cultivated enough to understand aple finessMay 14 03:46
psydruidtristesse, you mean?May 14 03:46
icu 14 03:47
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psydruidmacOS's best feature is being buggy and slowMay 14 03:48
icucant they not understand that colsing windows on the right side its the natural thing to do what are they english?May 14 03:48
mateyits never the ones that actually shouldMay 14 03:50
icumacs looked alot better in 1995May 14 03:50
icuwhat was windows 95 donne rightMay 14 03:50
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mateyfor some reason, when people who use windows are curious about alternativesMay 14 03:50
mateytheir first question is "why should i use this piece of shit?"May 14 03:51
psydruidwhat was done right with windows 95May 14 03:51
mateywhy were you curious-- and if not, why are you bothering people?"May 14 03:51
icumacsMay 14 03:51
icuthat / whatMay 14 03:51
matey/me is definitely in more of a "fuck you, read a fucking book" moodMay 14 03:52
mateylearn things, be less stupidMay 14 03:52
mateyor whatever, i dont fucking careMay 14 03:52
psydruidwhy glorify two piece-of-shit operating systems from the 80s and 90sMay 14 03:53
icumatey has kindred spiritMay 14 03:53
mateybecause, tada, its what theyre used toMay 14 03:54
icuwhy glorify two piece-of-shit operating systems from the 2010s and 2020sMay 14 03:54
icuunix is even olderMay 14 03:55
icuLOLMay 14 03:55
icuthe father of linuxMay 14 03:55
icuthat mainframe for youMay 14 03:55
mateyand why ask real questions when you can pretend?May 14 03:55
icumaxs had good hardware good screensMay 14 03:56
icuretina display hehMay 14 03:56
icui did like thatMay 14 03:57
psydruidUnix didn't crash every 5 seconds by the 90sMay 14 03:57
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–†โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 18.96 โ–•  IPFS upstream: 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–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 23.15โ–• swarm size (avg): 366.61  โŸฒMay 14 03:59
icunow its 4k 120 hz and still look like shitMay 14 03:59
icumac was pixel perfectMay 14 03:59
icuno font somthing crapMay 14 03:59
psydruidand then you look in the mirror and what you see also still looks like shitMay 14 04:00
psydruidsome things just never changeMay 14 04:00
icuthat fuck you want?May 14 04:01
psydruidI don't want that fuck, you can have itMay 14 04:01
icuLOLMay 14 04:02
icupiece of shit hackerMay 14 04:02
icuyou my fan boi?May 14 04:02
mateyif this sort of thing keeps up, mincer wont have to say anything anymore except "no u"May 14 04:03
MinceRlolMay 14 04:04
mateyme, im simply wielding egrep -v until none of this has any contextMay 14 04:04
mateybut its more enjoyable that wayMay 14 04:04
MinceRlolMay 14 04:05
mateytheres no troll problemMay 14 04:05
mateynot with regexesMay 14 04:06
mateyits funny how much of this is directly related to a very old video gameMay 14 04:06
mateythen again thats appropriate, given that i wasnt talking about spacewar, but-- maybe its karmaMay 14 04:07
mateythis is more like lunar lander anywayMay 14 04:07
mateyyou only have so much energy, you spend it on bullshit, then the whole thing crashes and burnsMay 14 04:08
mateyshit, i just thought of a question for buzz aldrinMay 14 04:09
matey"have you played lunar lander-- and it is harder or easier than the real thing?"May 14 04:09
psydruidif I hadn't slapt during the evening I wouldn't be awake right nowMay 14 04:10
matey im glad i didnt think of that one.May 14 04:10
matey plus im pretty sure its harder than the real thingMay 14 04:10
matey and i dont expect him to admit itMay 14 04:10
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icuheil putinsMay 14 04:17
icuinternet putinsMay 14 04:17
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icuLOL bunch of dictators wannabesMay 14 04:18
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icuserver masters of the worldMay 14 04:19
icuyou are going down with this stupid idiot world you createdMay 14 04:20
icuthe monkeys with too much "intelligence" for their own goodMay 14 04:20
icuimbecils with an ego complexMay 14 04:21
icuthe more they know the less they understandMay 14 04:22
icuFUCK YOU ALLMay 14 04:22
icuyou wont have your way with meMay 14 04:23
mateyits weird that people are too lazy to write, so they go to WAY more effort to do videoMay 14 04:24
mateynonetheless this is where a lot of content has gone to, and whyMay 14 04:24
mateysome of it is usefulMay 14 04:25
icudont need to know how to write to do videoMay 14 04:26
icuuseful shit that whats were afterMay 14 04:27
icubesides theres no copyrights on ircMay 14 04:28
mateyoh godMay 14 04:30
mateytheres a thing called fnaifyMay 14 04:30
mateyit lets you plan steam games on openbsdMay 14 04:30
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icuso openbsd actually has trojansMay 14 04:31
mateywhat next, activelow gets steam games running on an altair 8800May 14 04:31
icuassassins creedMay 14 04:31
icuvery educationalMay 14 04:32
matey/me is pretty sure fnaify isnt memory safeMay 14 04:32
icuthats a good thingMay 14 04:33
icutrojan work better that wayMay 14 04:33
mateyworse, monoMay 14 04:36
icuyou should play games in stereo not monoMay 14 04:37
mateyyou can also (this is probably better) run atari 2600 gamesMay 14 04:37
DaemonFCI can't get over the Philippines using Frontpage 2000 for their government websites.May 14 04:39
icuyou mean moon lander?May 14 04:39
DaemonFCOptimized for Internet Explorer 5?May 14 04:39
DaemonFC 14 04:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Calling men 'bald' at work now considered sexual harassment in the UKMay 14 04:41
icuim not english but i fail to grasp what 'bald' has to do with sexuallity?May 14 04:43
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icumaybe someone can enlighten meMay 14 04:44
DaemonFCThere was a question on the form if you've been out of state in the last 30 days and said if you've been to an "orange" state as defined by the CDC, then you were forbidden from going inside.May 14 04:45
DaemonFCI said, "I guarantee you if they use Frontpage 2000 they're not tracking whether you've been out of the state. What "orange" means is just some bullshit coming out of some musty bureaucrat's office and I guarantee you if you make me go to Chicago and Indiana is on the Orange list this week, then I'm going to be fucking pissed.".May 14 04:46
icuCalling women 'bald' on the other way its cause assault and batteryMay 14 04:47
icuwtf is that related to anything?May 14 04:47
icuCalling women 'bald' on the other way its cause for assault and battery in the usaMay 14 04:49
icuLOLMay 14 04:49
DaemonFCIt could be discrimination under Illinois law.May 14 04:49
DaemonFCThe blacks passed a bill that makes discriminating against "hairstyles" a crime.May 14 04:50
icudiscrimination makes senseMay 14 04:50
DaemonFCBald is a style of hair (no hair).May 14 04:50
icuits a bit difrentMay 14 04:50
DaemonFCSo then discriminating against someone for being bald violates the anti-hair discrimination law in Illinois.May 14 04:50
icuyou usual cal some one bald in a derogattorty wayMay 14 04:51
DaemonFCThe law makes it an offense to force someone to change their hairstyle to go to school or work.May 14 04:51
DaemonFCBetcha that won't be abused.May 14 04:51
icuits more like disablityMay 14 04:51
icucan you make fun of people with disability?May 14 04:52
icuwhat i dont understand is what its got to do with sexuality?May 14 04:54
icuif it was bald has in no pubic air might even make some senseMay 14 04:55
iculike who cares the world is ruled by a bunch of idiots anywayMay 14 04:56
icuno point trying to rationalize imbecilic reasoningMay 14 04:56
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–‚โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–†โ–†โ–‡โ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–โ–†โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ– avg(k/sec) 21.75 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–ˆโ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–„โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 15.35โ–• swarm size (avg): 407.48  โŸฒMay 14 04:59
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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–ƒโ–…โ–„โ–‚โ–…โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 21.38 โ–•  IPFS upstream: 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–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 4.23โ–• swarm size (avg): 409.75  โŸฒMay 14 05:59
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 6 Smart Ways to Reuse Dehumidifier Water - Advice From Bob VilaMay 14 06:36
DaemonFCBob Vila actually recommended what I thought of, with the repurposing dehumidifier water for car washes.May 14 06:37
DaemonFCOnly I just need a gallon or so each month to reconstitute my waterless car was concentrate.May 14 06:37
DaemonFCA lot of the rest will drain into my washing maching basin. I finally set up the drainage hose from the dehumidifier to automatically purge the wastewater into that.May 14 06:38
DaemonFCWhen I got a load of how much water that thing sucks out of the air, and what the city charges for water these days, I figured why not use it for something?May 14 06:38
DaemonFCI hate the government. Use the hundred gallons or so of wastewater for other stuff then pour it down the drain. Even if it saves my landlord the $2 or so each month, at least it didn't go to the government.May 14 06:39
DaemonFCTheir latest outrage was tacking on a water surcharge to make people pay an assessment for a road that they are already collecting tolls on.May 14 06:40
DaemonFCNobody remembers, of course, but when the toll road went in, back in the 1950s, the government promised that it would pay for the road and then the toll booths would go away.May 14 06:41
DaemonFCThey only went away when the toll road figured out how to fire all of the toll collectors and force us to use RFID transponders on our cars instead, followed by another toll hike.May 14 06:41
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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–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–‚โ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 22.30 โ–•  IPFS upstream: 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–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 18.78โ–• swarm size (avg): 394.11  โŸฒMay 14 07:00
techrights-news#Techrights Bulletin for Friday, May 13, 2022 full archive: #gnu #linux #freesw #plaintextMay 14 07:02
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Techrights Full IPFS IndexMay 14 07:02
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techrights-news[cat] gemini:// 14 07:16
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techrights-newsCheetah a Day โ€” Day 586: the olden chee gemini:// 14 07:17
techrights-newsCheetah a Day โ€” Day 587: i got places to be! gemini:// 14 07:17
techrights-newsoffline and limited bandwidth gemini:// 14 07:18
techrights-news"Native [GNU] Linux support)" โ˜› | Source: GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Lovecraft's Untold Stories 2 gets delayed | GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:23
techrights-newsWindows-centric, but some people try to change that... โ˜› | Source: GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Open 3D Engine v22.05 out, O3DCon in October with proposals open | GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:23
techrights-news"Please Fix The Road is an upcoming puzzle game I highlighted back in March because it looks simply beautiful" โ˜› | Source: GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:24
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Please Fix The Road will have an official version just for pirates | GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:24
techrights-news"By default, every command that you execute on your terminal is stored by the shell (command interpreter)" โ˜› |May 14 07:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How to Run a Linux Command Without Saving It in HistoryMay 14 07:25
techrights-news"Ready for one more run? Funselektor Labs have announced that art of rally is set for another big free expansion." โ˜› | Source: GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-art of rally is getting another big free update with Indonesia | GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:25
techrights-news"The latest update to Proton Experimental has landed for running Windows games on Linux and Steam Deck." โ˜› | Source: GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Proton Experimental bumps minimum driver version, more playable on Linux and Steam Deck | GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:25
techrights-news"Valve have released a small update for the Steam Deck, along with an update to the main desktop Steam client" โ˜› | Source: GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Steam Deck gets some quick fixes, main Steam Client update with Deck Verified Collections | GamingOnLinuxMay 14 07:25
techrights-news"A complete rebuild of snapshot 20220510 is syncing with the mirrors and should soon be a zypper dup away" โ˜› |May 14 07:27
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | GCC 12 Becoming Default Compiler in Tumbleweed - openSUSE NewsMay 14 07:27
techrights-news"With Kubernetes 1.24 the gRPC probes functionality entered beta and is available by default." 14 07:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Kubernetes 1.24: gRPC container probes in beta | KubernetesMay 14 07:28
techrights-news"Kubernetes, containers and highly scalable [clown [dis]services are the modern elements of business software [hype]." โ˜› | Source: Red Hat OfficialMay 14 07:28
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 5 things SREs and Sysadmins should know about ROSA and cloud servicesMay 14 07:28
techrights-news"cURL is an excellent tool for network communications, it stands for 'client URL.'" โ˜› | Source: Linux HandbookMay 14 07:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How to Set Timeout in cURLMay 14 07:29
techrights-news"The Fedora project will not include any package that doesn't comply with Fedora licensing policies" โ˜› |May 14 07:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Install Third Party Software Using Fedy In Fedora - OSTechNixMay 14 07:29
techrights-newsNvidia Open Sources Linux Drivers!! But Thereโ€™s A Catch โš“!!-but:7 ไท‰ Source: BrodieRobertsonMay 14 07:29
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Nvidia Open Sources Linux Drivers!! But There's A CatchMay 14 07:29
techrights-newsFramework laptop finally embraces "schematics or die", long live framework! โš“ +1 initial schematics ; -1 github ;May 14 07:33
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Framework laptop finally embraces "schematics or die", long live framework!May 14 07:33
techrights-newsiophk: the root password to bypass democracy 14 07:33
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | EUR-Lex - COM:2022:209:FIN - EN - EUR-LexMay 14 07:33
techrights-newsiophk: Microsoft represented there multiple times 14 07:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Linux Foundation and Open Source Software Security Foundation (OpenSSF) Gather Industry and Government Leaders for Open Source Software Security Summit II - Linux FoundationMay 14 07:34
techrights-newsClient Side Scanning May Cost More Than it Delivers - SoylentNews โš“ ไท‰ Source: soylentnewsMay 14 07:35
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Client Side Scanning May Cost More Than it Delivers - SoylentNewsMay 14 07:35
techrights-news"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago" โ˜› | Source: PurismMay 14 07:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Second Best Time to Protect Your Privacy โ€“ PurismMay 14 07:36
techrights-newsGames: Lovecraft, Please Fix The Road, and More โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 07:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Games: Lovecraft, Please Fix The Road, and More | Tux MachinesMay 14 07:36
techrights-news"My colleagues and I at Stanford University and Netflix, recently published a paper at the Internet Measurement Conference 2021 (and which was one of the recipients of this yearโ€™s Applied Networking Research Prize)" โ˜› | Source: APNICMay 14 07:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Reducing bias of networking A/B tests | APNIC BlogMay 14 07:37
techrights-news"These can be used to either protect IP directly or in a โ€˜tunnelledโ€™ mode." โ˜› | Source: APNICMay 14 07:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The future (and history) of IPSec | APNIC BlogMay 14 07:37
techrights-news"This prompted my colleagues and me at the University of Twente to think of how to further shrink the surface for abuse of open resolvers during DDoS attacks" โ˜› | Source: APNICMay 14 07:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Open DNS resolvers, from bad to worse | APNIC BlogMay 14 07:37
techrights-news"This article was written so that focus can be brought to the accessibility of the Linux desktop." โ˜› |May 14 07:38
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Linux Accessibility: an unmaintained MessMay 14 07:38
techrights-news"itโ€™s possible to run your Raspberry Pi headless (without a monitor)" โ˜› | Source: Tom's HardwareMay 14 07:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Raspberry Pi Matrix Dashboard is Packed with Features and Apps | Tom's HardwareMay 14 07:38
techrights-news"Trailing dots on host names in URLs is the gift that keeps on giving." โ˜› | Source: Daniel StenbergMay 14 07:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-A tale of a trailing dot | daniel.haxx.seMay 14 07:39
techrights-news"Firefox uses a multi-process model for additional security and stabilit" โ˜› | Source: MozillaMay 14 07:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Improved Process Isolation in Firefox 100 - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blogMay 14 07:42
techrights-news"Recently I wanted to do some basic data analysis using data from my Shopify store." โ˜› | Source: Julia EvansMay 14 07:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | sqlite-utils: a nice way to import data into SQLite for analysisMay 14 07:42
techrights-news"The Expert group on the Interoperability of European Public Services came together" โ˜› | Source: JoinupMay 14 07:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Official expert recommendations for a new Interoperability Policy | JoinupMay 14 07:43
techrights-news"Once I decided to get back into blogging, I first went on a deep rabbit hole of researching what to use. It is not as if I didnโ€™t had a website" โ˜› | Source: Andre Alves GarziaMay 14 07:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-How this blog works, or, embracing chaos โ€ข AndreGarzia.comMay 14 07:43
techrights-newsThe Shark Pen Is a Great Pen gemini:// 14 07:45
techrights-news"Attraction is interesting because who you find attractive can surprise you. This is what dating apps get wrong" gemini:// 14 07:45
techrights-news"You wanna know what's way more difficult than I thought it would be? Doing real work after over a couple decades of writing software remotely." gemini:// 14 07:46
techrights-news"There's a question that I ask myself very frequently, which sounds somewhat like this: "What on Earth did the Internet do to people to make them so full of their negative opinions?"" gemini:// 14 07:47
techrights-news"I also feel compassion for my students" โ˜› | Source: New York TimesMay 14 07:50
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Opinion | My College Students Are Not OK - The New York TimesMay 14 07:50
techrights-news"I found another interesting Word document that delivered an interesting malicious script to potential victims" โ˜› | Source: SANSMay 14 07:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - SANS Internet Storm CenterMay 14 07:51
techrights-news"Enterprise purchasers should expect to become frustrated when purchasing new hardware in the coming months" โ˜› | Source: Computer WorldMay 14 07:52
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Apple's Mac shortage is a big red flag for enterprise IT | ComputerworldMay 14 07:52
techrights-news"While Apple shipping delays are hardly a new phenomenon, particularly with newer products, just last month, many of these products were being shipped within 2-3 weeks." โ˜› | Source: MacworldMay 14 07:52
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-As WWDC looms, Apple is quickly running out of Macs | MacworldMay 14 07:52
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techrights-newsICBM's Openwashing Festival โ˜› | Source: Silicon AngleMay 14 07:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Red Hat Summit marks the triumph of open source - SiliconANGLEMay 14 07:54
techrights-newsCisco Openwashing... while making things working for NSA (spies) โ˜› | Source: SDx CentralMay 14 07:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Cisco: Community Is Key for Open Source Security - SDxCentralMay 14 07:54
techrights-newsLF as the voice of Microsoft et al โ˜› |May 14 07:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Linux Foundation and Open Source Software Security Foundation (OpenSSF) Gather Industry and Government Leaders for Open Source Software Security Summit II - Linux FoundationMay 14 07:54
techrights-news"Yik Yak, an app that acts as a local anonymous message board, makes it possible to find usersโ€™ precise locations and unique IDs, Motherboard reports." โ˜› | Source: The VergeMay 14 07:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Anonymous bulletin board app Yik Yak is revealing its usersโ€™ exact locations - The VergeMay 14 07:57
techrights-news"In this case, it means that the EU wants to force all providers of email, messaging, and chat services to comprehensively search all private messages, even in the absence of any suspicion. That makes the contents of messages no longer private between the sender and receiver, and client-side scanning breaks the E2E encryption trust model." โ˜› 14 07:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Client side scanning may cost more than it delivers | Malwarebytes LabsMay 14 07:57
techrights-news"Stalkerware, also referred to as spyware, is software designed to secretly monitor another person, tracking their location, phone calls, private messages, web searches, and keystrokes." โ˜› | Source: MIT Technology ReviewMay 14 07:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Google is failing to enforce its own ban on ads for stalkerware | MIT Technology ReviewMay 14 07:57
techrights-news"The Markup found, however, that while โ€œHispanic cultureโ€ was removed, for example, โ€œSpanish languageโ€ was not." โ˜› | Source: The MarkupMay 14 07:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Facebook Promised to Remove โ€œSensitiveโ€ Ads. Hereโ€™s What It Left Behind โ€“ The MarkupMay 14 07:57
techrights-news"This is a historic win for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)." โ˜› |May 14 07:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Clearview AI banned from selling facial recognition data in the US | Malwarebytes LabsMay 14 07:58
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–โ–‚โ–†โ–ƒโ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ–†โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–…โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–‡โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 21.76 โ–•  IPFS upstream: 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–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 27.88โ–• swarm size (avg): 334.15  โŸฒMay 14 07:59
techrights-news"The lawmakers asked Meta, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok to preserve and archive posts related to the conflict โ€œthat may provide evidence of war crimes or human rights violationsโ€" โ˜› | Source: The HillMay 14 08:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | House Democrats urge social media platforms to preserve potential evidence of war crimes in Ukraine | The HillMay 14 08:05
techrights-newsBuilder GTK 4 Porting, Part IV โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 08:06
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Builder GTK 4 Porting, Part IV | Tux MachinesMay 14 08:06
techrights-newsThis week in KDE: something for everyone โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 08:07
techrights-newsThis week in KDE: something for everyone โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 08:07
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | This week in KDE: something for everyone | Tux MachinesMay 14 08:07
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techrights-news"We cannot live in a world where Facebook and Google know everything about us and we know next to nothing about them" โ˜› | Source: uni StanfordMay 14 08:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Stanford law professor calls for digital platform transparency legislation in senate testimony | The Stanford DailyMay 14 08:44
techrights-news"The airline revealed this week that it has cancelled 4,000 flights from May to August" โ˜› | Source: Copenhagen PostMay 14 08:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | SAS cancels thousands of flights this summer - The PostMay 14 08:57
techrights-news"cryptocurrency" โ˜› | Source: The VergeMay 14 08:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Major exchanges delist Terra stablecoin as price collapse continues - The VergeMay 14 08:57
techrights-newsBig loss โ˜› | Source: ABCMay 14 08:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Emirates Air lost $1 billion, but that's an 80% improvement - ABC NewsMay 14 08:58
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–†โ–‡โ–†โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–†โ–‡โ–†โ–‚โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–…โ–‚โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–โ– avg(k/sec) 18.20 โ–•  IPFS upstream: 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–ˆโ– avg(k/sec) 33.21โ–• swarm size (avg): 352.81  โŸฒMay 14 08:59
techrights-news"Itโ€™s not a website. Your clients are internet providers. They are not websites" โ˜› | Source: The VergeMay 14 09:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | A court just blew up internet law because it thinks YouTube isnโ€™t a website - The VergeMay 14 09:04
techrights-news"still committed to acquisition" โ˜› | Source: DeadlineMay 14 09:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Elon Musk Says Twitter Deal โ€œOn Holdโ€ Following Spam Account Reveal โ€“ DeadlineMay 14 09:04
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techrights-news"Musk puts on hold $44-billion deal for Twitter, shares slump" โ˜› | Source: India TimesMay 14 09:19
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | twitter: Musk puts on hold $44-billion deal for Twitter, shares slump, CIO News, ET CIOMay 14 09:19
techrights-news"Twitter deal temporarily on hold pending details supporting calculation that spam/fake accounts do indeed represent less than 5% of users" โ˜› | Source: Hollywood ReporterMay 14 09:19
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Musk: โ€œTwitter Deal Temporarily on Holdโ€ โ€“ The Hollywood ReporterMay 14 09:19
techrights-newsGulagtube โ˜› | Source: NBCMay 14 09:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | YouTube creators are pivoting to pro-Depp, anti-Amber Heard content and raking in millions of viewsMay 14 09:23
techrights-news"And then there are the memes. So many memes." โ˜› | Source: NBCMay 14 09:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Amber Heard-Johnny Depp trial spawns memes that are disturbingMay 14 09:23
techrights-news"In Sweden there's a sort of unemployment fund you can opt in to paying to if you're in a labour union. If and when you lose your employment you will be entitled to payouts from this fund in lieu of a salary." gemini:// 14 09:41
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techrights-news"Could Netflixโ€™s pain be someone elseโ€™s gain?" Digital Restrictions (DRM) is a bubble! โ˜› | Source: Hollywood ReporterMay 14 09:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Free Streaming Services Tubi, PlutoTV and Freevee Seize Their Moment โ€“ The Hollywood ReporterMay 14 09:46
techrights-newsDigital Restrictions (DRM): "Netflix is advising its employees to be fiscally responsible, while facing a loss..." โ˜› | Source: Hollywood ReporterMay 14 09:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Netflix Tells Employees to โ€˜Spend Our Membersโ€™ Money Wiselyโ€™ โ€“ The Hollywood ReporterMay 14 09:46
techrights-news"right of publicity" โ˜› | Source: CNNMay 14 09:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How photos end up in the public domain -- and can be used in ads around the world - CNNMay 14 09:47
techrights-newsGoogle #Android Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 09:52
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Android Leftovers | Tux MachinesMay 14 09:52
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techrights-newsUK COVID-19 Deaths Continue to Rise While Government Uses Data/Information Blackout to Hide the Trend 14 10:01
-TechrightsBot-tr/ ยป Blog Archive ยป UK COVID-19 Deaths Continue to Rise While Government Uses Data/Information Blackout to Hide the TrendMay 14 10:01
schestowitz"On the eve of Russiaโ€™s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskyโ€™s rating was less than 25 percent. Moscow waging an all-out war turned Zelensky into a national hero โ€” one who now enjoys more than 90 percent support among Ukrainians."May 14 10:04
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | NO TITLEMay 14 10:04
schestowitzWar makes people dumbMay 14 10:04
schestowitzin Russia too, XRevan86May 14 10:04
techrights-news"Up until the end of April, a group of volunteers were working in Penza to help Ukrainian refugees get to St. Petersburg" โ˜› | Source: MeduzaMay 14 10:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | NO TITLEMay 14 10:05
techrights-newsSurveillance is NOT "health" โ˜› | Source: PIAMay 14 10:06
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Mental Health Apps Are Not As Private As You ThinkMay 14 10:06
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techrights-news"This year, weโ€™ve already seen sizeable leaks of NVIDIA source code" โ˜› | Source: HackadayMay 14 10:11
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-NVIDIA Releases Drivers With Openness Flavor | HackadayMay 14 10:11
techrights-newsFriendlyELEC unveils Rockchip based NanoPi R5S SBC with gigabit WAN/LAN support and HDMI output 14 10:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | NanoPi and Raspberry Pi | Tux MachinesMay 14 10:13
techrights-newsUbuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) development starts. Here are all the details you need to know. โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 10:17
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) development starts. Here are all the details you need to know. | Tux MachinesMay 14 10:17
techrights-news"Hackaday Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Staff Writer Dan Maloney as they review the top hacks" โ˜› | Source: HackadayMay 14 10:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Hackaday Podcast 168: Math Flattens Spheres, FPGAs Emulate Arcades, And We Canโ€™t Shake Polaroid Pictures | HackadayMay 14 10:18
techrights-news"Illinoisโ€™ top financial official has banned local governments from using a state program to collect debt from students who have been ticketed for truancy" โ˜› | Source: Pro Publica claims to care for young people while BAGGING BRIBES FROM BILL GATESMay 14 10:25
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Illinois Will Stop Helping Cities Collect Some School Ticket Debt From Students โ€” ProPublicaMay 14 10:25
techrights-news"entertainment companies announced suspensions of new business in Russia" โ˜› | Source: Torrent FreakMay 14 10:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Russia's Forced Licensing Plan For 'Enemy' Content "Legalizes Piracy" * TorrentFreakMay 14 10:26
techrights-news"controversial takes on copyright and the DMCA" โ˜› | Source: Torrent FreakMay 14 10:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Elon Musk: "Overzealous DMCA Is a Plague On Humanity" * TorrentFreakMay 14 10:26
techrights-news"According to [Lee Teschler], the classic representation of encoders showing code rings is out of date" โ˜› | Source: HackadayMay 14 10:27
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Absolute Encoder Teardown | HackadayMay 14 10:27
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techrights-newsTyson kills. No, not the boxer. The corporation. โ˜› | Source: Pro PublicaMay 14 10:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The Plot to Keep Meatpacking Plants Open During COVID-19 โ€” ProPublicaMay 14 10:43
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–‚โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–‡โ–…โ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–‚โ–„โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 23.30 โ–•  IPFS upstream: 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–โ–โ–โ–‚โ– avg(k/sec) 4.18โ–• swarm size (avg): 426.70  โŸฒMay 14 10:59
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techrights-newsAlejandro Mayorkas โ˜› | Source: FAIRMay 14 11:00
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Media Ignore Criticism of DHSโ€™s New โ€˜Disinformationโ€™ Boardโ€”Unless itโ€™s from the Right - FAIRMay 14 11:00
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DaemonFCBased on what I've heard, Tyson was justified in punching the guy.May 14 11:19
DaemonFCFor some reason, sitting right next to some asshole that ruins the entire flight is some kind of cosmic quirk where it happens nearly every time despite the odds.May 14 11:19
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Of 1 million COVID deaths, how many could have been averted with vaccines? : Shots - Health News : NPRMay 14 11:21
DaemonFCAnd in a year, if you aren't fully vaccinated, defined as 14 jabs with a product that hasn't changed, they'll still be blaming you.May 14 11:22
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DaemonFCMaybe Biden will fix the formula problem like he fixed immigration, Trump's tax giveaways to Creepy Uncle Bill Gates, inflation, the economy, forgave student loan debt, got gas prices under control, and stopped the hyper-aggressive right-wing foreign policies. May 14 11:32
DaemonFC(my comment on WGN's latest baby formula article)May 14 11:32
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techrights-newsThe โ€™Originalโ€™ Linus Torvalds on Self-Hosting | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 14 11:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The โ€˜Originalโ€™ Linus Torvalds on Self-Hosting | TechrightsMay 14 11:41
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DaemonFC"Bought my first BMW 7 Series in 2001. Kept the car until 2009 and put 169000 miles on it. Eventually, I learned to budget about 3500 - 5000 per year for maintenance after it was out of warranty. Once the car was paid for - spending $3500/year on maintenance didn't seem too awful. I mean all cars need maintenance to one degree or another.  I bought a 2010 7 and loved the car but the warranty saved my ass. In the first two years of ownership - May 14 12:00
DaemonFCand well under 48k miles - I needed a new engine and a new transmission at the 23rd month of ownership.  Then one of the computer modules crapped out and essentially turned the car into a brick. I put in the new module and traded for a 2013 model 7 series. Out of the frying pan and into the fire. By this time I'd learned to buy the extended maintenance and extend the warranties as far as possible. So when the transmission crapped out and was May 14 12:00
DaemonFCreplaced under warranty (in fairness, they gave me a 5 series loaner and picked up and delivered the 7 to keep in my good graces, I think.) The three weeks it took them to get parts and put the new transmission in - along with the computer that controlled it, BTW, I tried a 2015 7-series. By this time, unless you spent the money for the highest-priced 7's, you got a frigging six-cylinder engine. The turbo's made it almost workable at lower May 14 12:00
DaemonFCspeeds. Passing on the freeway when you were doing 85 and you overtook something doing over 95, was an ordeal and you couldn't count on it happening fast. This was NOT what I was paying $1500 plus tax per month for!"May 14 12:00
DaemonFC---May 14 12:00
DaemonFCLOLMay 14 12:00
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DaemonFC_Before_ they went totally to shit, you had to "plan" on budgeting $4,500 a year for car repairs. According to Edmunds, most American cars cost about $600-1000 a year in upkeep and repairs with that mileage range he was talking about on his 2001 BMW.May 14 12:01
DaemonFCThen he says he got a 2010 and the "extended warranty" replaced the entire powertrain and a lot of computer modules and the car wasn't even two years old yet.May 14 12:02
DaemonFCThen he bought another one. Same shit.May 14 12:03
DaemonFCNo reason to fix it if your customers will buy the next one anyway.May 14 12:03
DaemonFCYou just train them that they will be SO SORRY if they don't buy a $9,000 extended warranty and then ditch their car before it turns 5.May 14 12:03
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techrights-news"Like many of you, weโ€™re intrigued by the possibilities offered by the availability of affordable round LCD" โ˜› | Source: HackadayMay 14 12:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Round LCDs Put To Work In Rack Mount Gauge Cluster | HackadayMay 14 12:21
techrights-news"Before IBM was synonymous with personal computers, they were synonymous with large computers" โ˜› | Source: HackadayMay 14 12:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Retrotechtacular: The IBM System/360 Remembered | HackadayMay 14 12:21
techrights-news"Wattmeter" โ˜› | Source: HackadayMay 14 12:22
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Whatโ€™s In A Wattmeter? | HackadayMay 14 12:22
techrights-news"Geofence and reverse keyword warrants completely circumvent the limits set by the Fourth Amendment." โ˜› | Source: EFFMay 14 12:24
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Geofence Warrants and Reverse Keyword Warrants are So Invasive, Even Big Tech Wants to Ban Them | Electronic Frontier FoundationMay 14 12:24
techrights-news"Theย boiling frogย syndrome suggests that if a frog jumps into a pot of boiling water, it immediately jumps out โ€” but if a frog jumps into a slowly heating pot, it senses no danger and gets cooked." โ˜› | Source: TechdirtMay 14 12:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Boiling Elon Musk โ€“ Jumping Out Of The Pot Of Platform Law? | TechdirtMay 14 12:26
techrights-news"funny how people talk to each other on this site despite it being extremely hard to follow or notify the person " gemini:// 14 12:27
DaemonFC 14 12:46
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Red light cameras in Oakbrook Terrace covered upMay 14 12:46
XRevan86schestowitz: It's not dumbness, it's because he didn't chicken out.May 14 12:52
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–…โ–ˆโ–โ–…โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–ƒโ–…โ–„โ–‚โ–„โ–…โ–†โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–†โ–†โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–†โ–…โ–ƒโ– avg(k/sec) 34.41 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–ˆโ–‚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–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 43.86โ–• swarm size (avg): 385.58  โŸฒMay 14 12:59
DaemonFCThe Russians apparently lost an entire battalion trying to cross a bridge yesterday, including dozens of vehicles.May 14 13:02
DaemonFC:)May 14 13:03
XRevan86DaemonFC: EreyesterdayMay 14 13:04
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DaemonFC"New video and analysis of drone and satellite imagery show that the Russians may have lost as many as 70 armored vehicles and other equipment in attempting to cross the river early this week. Their goal was to try to encircle Ukrainian defenses in the Luhansk region, but it failed spectacularly."May 14 13:09
DaemonFCAh, well, CNN reported it yesterdayMay 14 13:09
DaemonFCXRevan86, Well, that was $150 million worth of equipment and 1,000 Russian lives well spent.May 14 13:10
DaemonFC86% Putin approval rating.May 14 13:11
techrights-newsWho Brings Home the Bacon (Revenue), Sheela or James (Jim)? | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 14 13:11
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Who Brings Home the Bacon (Revenue), Sheela or James (Jim)? | TechrightsMay 14 13:11
DaemonFC"Russia's most numerous tanks are the T-72B3 (mod. 2011 & 2016) and the older T-72B (mod. 1985 & 1989).[125] In the buildup to the invasion, Russian forces applied improvised steel grilles to the top of the turret, known as "cope cages" by some analysts,[126][127][128][129] along with British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.[130] Military analysts have speculated that such grilles were added in an attempt to counter the usage of top-attack May 14 13:12
DaemonFCweapons, such as the US made FGM-148 Javelin and British-Swedish NLAW, by Ukrainian forces.[131][132][133][134] These implementations add weight to the tank, increase its visual profile, and make it more difficult for the crew to escape from the tank.[135]"May 14 13:12
DaemonFCLOLMay 14 13:12
DaemonFC 14 13:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Teenager who 'killed six people on BMW Death Ride' asked people to guess the speed for ยฃ20 - The Bharat Express NewsMay 14 13:16
bnchsi guess 300 mphMay 14 13:17
bnchsam i right?May 14 13:17
DaemonFC151 according to the article.May 14 13:18
DaemonFCSome guy on Youtube said he liked his BMW because "in a Toyota, you don't feel like you're in control of the car if you're going over 70".May 14 13:19
DaemonFCI got 90 miles an hour often in my 2003 Impala (300,000 miles) and in the 2008 Buick LaCrosse, and I have plenty of control over both cars.May 14 13:19
DaemonFC*goMay 14 13:19
DaemonFCAnd they're not expensive cars.May 14 13:19
DaemonFCThe only reason I don't go faster than that is because I don't want to be charged with speeding as a criminal offense if I don't spot the police in time.May 14 13:20
XRevan86 "Ukraineโ€™s prosecutor general: at least 227 children killed in Ukraine since war began"May 14 13:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ะะพะฒะฐั ะณะฐะทะตั‚ะฐ. ะ•ะฒั€ะพะฟะฐMay 14 13:21
XRevan86 "Crimean activist held for over a week in FSB basement in Simferopol, her attorney says"May 14 13:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ะะพะฒะฐั ะณะฐะทะตั‚ะฐ. ะ•ะฒั€ะพะฟะฐMay 14 13:21
DaemonFCThey're prosecuting the first Russian soldier accused of a war crime.May 14 13:22
DaemonFCHe faces up to 15 years for murdering an unarmed man to try to avoid having him phone in their location.May 14 13:22
DaemonFCFar too lenient.May 14 13:22
DaemonFCHang him.May 14 13:22
XRevan86DaemonFC: Ukrainian law only gives up to 15 years.May 14 13:23
XRevan86This is maximum penalty.May 14 13:23
DaemonFCThat's very unfortunate. They should change the law, and then hang the rest of them.May 14 13:23
XRevan86Except for incarceration for life, that also exists.May 14 13:24
DaemonFCToo lenient.May 14 13:24
DaemonFCWar criminals deserve to be hanged. It's cheap and it sends a message to the rest.May 14 13:25
DaemonFCMost of the Nazis were hanged after their trials. Only the ones convicted of lesser crimes went to prison.May 14 13:25
schestowitz-TRLOL!!!!!May 14 13:26
schestowitz-TRMusk approches privately to buy TwitterMay 14 13:26
schestowitz-TRmy impression graph goes off the chartMay 14 13:26
schestowitz-TR4foldMay 14 13:26
schestowitz-TRnow he makes allegations of botsMay 14 13:26
schestowitz-TR2 days ago my graphs fall back down, for the first time since before he approached themMay 14 13:26
schestowitz-TRBernie Madoff would be proud if he was not dead alreadyMay 14 13:26
schestowitz-TRTwitter is faking itMay 14 13:26
schestowitz-TRand manipulating "Analytics"May 14 13:26
schestowitz-TRand not doing a good job hiding thatMay 14 13:27
schestowitz-TROK, I found a way to visualise thisMay 14 13:28
schestowitz-TRwill do a postMay 14 13:28
Techrights-secunfortunately not only are they unlikely to care, the penalties are unlikelyMay 14 13:28
Techrights-secto be enforced, and were the government to try the glacial speed of the responseMay 14 13:28
Techrights-secwould render any such efforts moot.May 14 13:28
Techrights-secackMay 14 13:28
XRevan86It seems like if Musk's not going to buy Twitter, then his actions brought Twitter's demise near.May 14 13:29
schestowitz-TRyesMay 14 13:29
schestowitz-TRgood.May 14 13:29
schestowitz-TRsame thing microsofr and ichan did to Yahoo!May 14 13:29
schestowitz-TRbut Twitter needs to goMay 14 13:29
schestowitz-TRMicrosoft did that to hurt a competitorMay 14 13:29
schestowitz-TRmicrosoft kept making offers to buy Yahoo!May 14 13:30
schestowitz-TRand then backed awayMay 14 13:30
schestowitz-TRto lower the priceMay 14 13:30
schestowitz-TRthan the same to NokiaMay 14 13:30
DaemonFCIf Yahoo was still around, the Philippines could use them for Geocities hosting for their embassies to go along with their Frontpage 2000.May 14 13:30
schestowitz-TRI saw the sameMay 14 13:32
XRevan86DaemonFC: Try to find a single mention of that Sieversky Donets pontoon battle.May 14 13:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ะ ะพััะธะนัะบะฐั ะŸะ’ะž ัƒะฝะธั‡ั‚ะพะถะธะปะฐ 13 ัƒะบั€ะฐะธะฝัะบะธั… ะฑะตัะฟะธะปะพั‚ะฝะธะบะพะฒ - ะ ะ˜ะ ะะพะฒะพัั‚ะธ, 14.05.2022May 14 13:32
schestowitz-TRyes, they have the most laughable sites May 14 13:32
schestowitz-TRand outsourced tooMay 14 13:32
schestowitz-TRlike it's joseonMay 14 13:32
schestowitz-TRa digital pseudo-stateMay 14 13:32
XRevan86Only Great SuccessMay 14 13:32
DaemonFCschestowitz-TR, The least they could do is use Netscape Composer.May 14 13:34
XRevan86The success is so great the Russian army is retreating from the Kharkรณw area.May 14 13:34
DaemonFCFinally an embassy website built for Web 0.9.May 14 13:34
DaemonFCI built my website in Composer, but then I redid it with Mozilla Composer so that I could make it validate.May 14 13:35
DaemonFCNetscape had a habit of bloating the markup and making a ton of small errors that caused it not to validate.May 14 13:36
DaemonFCIn many cases, you could fix it just by running it through an "HTML Compressor" and then opening and saving it again with Mozilla Composer.May 14 13:36
DaemonFCThen again, I wasn't trying to pretend at running a small country.May 14 13:39
DaemonFCI just needed to quickly verify the code and then open and close it in several browsers to make sure they all handled it okay.May 14 13:39
DaemonFCInternet Explorer was actually the most forgiving. It tried to deal with undefined and illegal behaviors.May 14 13:40
DaemonFCMost people suspect this was so their broken website wouldn't be obvious and then it would fail to load at all in anything else.May 14 13:41
DaemonFCThen to deal with "complainers" who use Netscape or Opera, you just stuck out a "Best Viewed in Internet Explorer" button.May 14 13:42
DaemonFCI didn't run into any VBS crap on the Philippines websites though.May 14 13:43
DaemonFCI don't know how they use Frontpage 2000.May 14 13:43
DaemonFCActual Windows XP or a virtual machine so they don't have to train anyone on new software?May 14 13:43
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techrights-newsElon Musk is Right About Twitter Faking Its Importance and Using Doctored, Manipulated โ€™Statsโ€™ (or Bots) to Boost Valuation Based on Lies | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 14 13:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Musk is Right About Twitter Faking Its Importance and Using Doctored, Manipulated โ€˜Statsโ€™ (or Bots) to Boost Valuation Based on Lies | TechrightsMay 14 13:58
techrights-newsKDE Frameworks 5.94 Released with More Than 200 Changes, Hereโ€™s Whatโ€™s New โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 14:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | KDE Frameworks 5.94 Released with More Than 200 Changes, Here's What's New | Tux MachinesMay 14 14:03
techrights-newsToday in #Techrights โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 14:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Today in Techrights | Tux MachinesMay 14 14:03
techrights-news๐˜›๐˜ฆ๐˜ค๐˜ฉ๐˜ณ๐˜ช๐˜จ๐˜ฉ๐˜ต๐˜ด IRC Proceedings: Friday, May 13, 2022 โ€ข Techrights โš“ ไท‰ Source: Techrights | GNU | Linux | FreeSW | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 14 14:06
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IRC Proceedings: Friday, May 13, 2022 | TechrightsMay 14 14:06
techrights-newsFB and Twitter need to die. LinkedIn is already dead/dying, there are even many Microsoft layoffs there. Finally, GulagTube needs to be going the way of the dodo along with Spotify and Netflix. They lack a proper business model.May 14 14:11
techrights-news"Perhaps cancel culture is mostly mirage: the social media shadow of American celebrity obsession" โ˜› | Source: Counter PunchMay 14 14:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-21 Fallacies Feeding โ€˜Cancel Cultureโ€™ and Holding Back the Contemporary U.S. Left - CounterPunch.orgMay 14 14:13
techrights-news"The Limits to Growth" โ˜› | Source: Counter PunchMay 14 14:15
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Limits to Growth:ย Where We Stand Today - CounterPunch.orgMay 14 14:15
techrights-news"After years of dominating American capitalism by grinding workers into the dust, Amazon is on a hot losing streak" โ˜› | Source: The NationMay 14 14:26
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Donโ€™t Boycott Amazon | The NationMay 14 14:26
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Russia is withdrawing from the outskirts of Kharkiv, says Ukrainian General StaffMay 14 14:30
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ยซPhilosophers&#x27; steamboatยป all over again.ยป Head of Russian TV channel says many propagandists want to quit their jobsMay 14 14:30
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techrights-news"Earlier this week, the Biden administration announced a โ€œnewโ€ broadband plan that wasnโ€™t actually new." โ˜› | Source: TechdirtMay 14 14:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Biden Broadband Event Showcases Why U.S. Telecom Policy, Press Coverage Is So Broken | TechdirtMay 14 14:37
techrights-news"Weโ€™ve been talking about the EUโ€™s Digital Services Act for a few years now" โ˜› | Source: TechdirtMay 14 14:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Because Of Course: Rightsholders Pushing To Turn Digital Services Act Into Another Anti-Piracy Tool | TechdirtMay 14 14:38
techrights-newsInternet โ˜› | Source: TechdirtMay 14 14:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-The Internet Has Opened Up The Creator Economy To New Heights | TechdirtMay 14 14:38
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techrights-news"The NYPD has long been a stalwart opponent of transparency and accountability." โ˜› | Source: TechdirtMay 14 14:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-NYPD Lawyer Forged Emails, Lied To Courts, Withheld Information From Lawsuit Plaintiffs | TechdirtMay 14 14:42
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techrights-newsโš“ i Matrix Dashboard | โ™พ Gemini address: i Matrix DashboardMay 14 14:57
techrights-newsLinks 14/05/2022: Builder GTK 4 Porting and Raspberry Pi Matrix Dashboard | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 14 14:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Links 14/05/2022: Builder GTK 4 Porting and Raspberry Pi Matrix Dashboard | TechrightsMay 14 14:58
techrights-newsProprietary Software and Openwashing โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 14:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Proprietary Software and Openwashing | Tux MachinesMay 14 14:58
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 14:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's howtos | Tux MachinesMay 14 14:58
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s ๐˜›๐˜ถ๐˜น ๐˜”๐˜ข๐˜ค๐˜ฉ๐˜ช๐˜ฏ๐˜ฆ๐˜ด Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 14:58
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's leftovers | Tux MachinesMay 14 14:58
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–…โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–†โ–‚โ–ƒโ–…โ–…โ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–‚โ–‚โ–†โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–…โ–†โ–…โ–ƒโ–„โ–…โ– avg(k/sec) 20.41 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–โ–โ–โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 17.60โ–• swarm size (avg): 342.63  โŸฒMay 14 14:59
techrights-newsAlmost as if Microsoft controls CISA "from the inside. They certainly control the narrative there as CISA rarely mentions Windows or Microsoft, except in a positive context. 14 15:30
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | CISA Temporarily Removes CVE-2022-26925 from Known Exploited Vulnerability Catalog | CISAMay 14 15:30
techrights-newsThis has nothing to do with Linux, but Microsoft-connected sites post garbage like that 14 15:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Microsoft: Sysrv botnet targets Windows, Linux servers with new exploitsMay 14 15:31
techrights-newsCameras should always be covered with tape in ChromeOS. Gulag is a tentacle of US Army/intelligence. 14 15:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 11 Best Fixes for Chromebook Camera Not Working - Make Tech EasierMay 14 15:32
techrights-newsOpen-source-as-a-service data tech startup scores $210m - El Reg โš“ ไท‰ Source: theregisterMay 14 15:33
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Open-source-as-a-service data tech startup scores $210m โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 15:33
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | CentOS Alternative AlmaLinux OS 8.6 Is Now Available for Download, Based on RHEL 8.6 | Tux MachinesMay 14 15:35
techrights-newsAlmaLinux 8.6 Released Less Than 48 Hours After RHEL 8.6 14 15:35
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | CentOS Alternative AlmaLinux OS 8.6 Is Now Available for Download, Based on RHEL 8.6 | Tux MachinesMay 14 15:35
techrights-newsHow to Easily Upgrade to the Latest Fedora Beta Version โš“ ไท‰ Source: makeuseofMay 14 15:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How to Easily Upgrade to the Latest Fedora Beta VersionMay 14 15:36
techrights-newsWhat CEO Paul Cormier Didnโ€™t Say In His Red Hat Summit Keynote - FOSS Force โš“ ไท‰ Source: fossforceMay 14 15:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | What CEO Paul Cormier Didn't Say In His Red Hat Summit Keynote - FOSS ForceMay 14 15:37
techrights-news"Dear OpenBSD users. Is it just me or Lagrange is much less smooth compared to Linux/Windows? I tried to debug myself but the frametime seems quite Ok. IDK, Lagrange it way beyond my skill level. I just know C and some SDL." gemini:// 14 15:40
techrights-newsDon't treat me like a human being. Treat other beings how youโ€™d treat me. gemini:// 14 15:42
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techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 16:11
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 16:11
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's howtos | Tux MachinesMay 14 16:11
bnchshey guysMay 14 16:27
bnchswanna hear something, windows can't render country flags anything more than just country codesMay 14 16:28
bnchsbecause "political" stuffMay 14 16:28
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SomeH4x0rhiMay 14 16:32
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IRCZ makes your life worth living created on 2022-05-13 11:54:47.039384May 14 16:32
mateyschestowitz-TR  โ”‚ now he makes allegations of bots <- maybe to cover adding more of themMay 14 16:32
matey"damn bots, we wont stand for this! *adds more*"May 14 16:33
mateyself-driving social mediaMay 14 16:33
mateyself-driving traffic, driving trafficMay 14 16:34
mateyself-baking cookies-- self-baking ownerMay 14 16:34
mateywindows can't render country flags anything more than just country codes <- 816F1465!May 14 16:36
mateybeing afraid of flags as language representation is a whole new level of anal-retentiveMay 14 16:37
matey"should we drop russian language support?" <- some idiots already discussed this i thinkMay 14 16:37
mateyyeah because they only speak it in russia, dumbfuckMay 14 16:38
bnchsmatey: no the US flag is gonna appear like the US flag in platformsMay 14 16:38
bnchsbut in windows it's gonna be "[US]"May 14 16:38
mateylolMay 14 16:38
mateyi got that partMay 14 16:38
MinceRlolMay 14 16:38
mateyits hilarious May 14 16:38
techrights-newsThe fast-aging founder of Linux spoke as shown above (2005); so much has changed since thenโ€ฆ 14 16:38
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | The โ€˜Originalโ€™ Linus Torvalds on Self-Hosting | TechrightsMay 14 16:38
techrights-newsSheela (yes, wife of the nontechnical Linux Foundation chief, who equates Microsoft critics with people who kick puppies) has a history working with several companies that are closely connected to Microsoft (not just Bakkt) 14 16:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Who Brings Home the Bacon (Revenue), Sheela or James (Jim)? | TechrightsMay 14 16:39
mateyin the future, the only flags will be [US] and [THEM]May 14 16:39
MinceRdon't people working in IT inside terrorussia know english anyway?May 14 16:39
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s empirical proof that Twitter is totally faking its relevance and reach/influence, based on โ€œAnalyticsโ€ of my long-inactive account; the SEC will once again โ€” quite likely as usual โ€” let Musk get away with it, 14 16:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Elon Musk is Right About Twitter Faking Its Importance and Using Doctored, Manipulated โ€˜Statsโ€™ (or Bots) to Boost Valuation Based on Lies | TechrightsMay 14 16:39
bnchsmatey: they also did the same thing in the timezone selectorMay 14 16:39
bnchsthe day-one release of Windows 95 highlighted your timezone in the world mapMay 14 16:39
matey <MinceR> don't people working in IT inside terrorussia know english anyway <- its a highly guarded secret, and putlin denies it May 14 16:39
MinceRor is it like hungary where people are too stupid to learn more than 1 language?May 14 16:39
bnchsbut months after windows 95 released (and a few updates), the feature was removedMay 14 16:40
bnchsbecause "political wars" and crapMay 14 16:40
bnchsand then they removed the world map entirelyMay 14 16:41
MinceRlolMay 14 16:41
mateyforeign as a second languageMay 14 16:41
MinceRdid it have borders on it?May 14 16:41
bnchsnoMay 14 16:42
matey/me thinks they should do away with flags anyway, in favour of 3d iconsMay 14 16:42
mateymexico can have a little sombrero, canada a mooseMay 14 16:43
mateyusa a pickup truckMay 14 16:43
*MinceR thinks we should do away with states entirely, and then flags, borders, coats of arms and such shit can just go awayMay 14 16:43
bnchs 14 16:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | enigmatic puzzle - ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ด - Puzzling Stack ExchangeMay 14 16:43
bnchs"Note: The above should render as a bunch of flag emoji, which Windows 10 and 11 apparently don't support (!), so here's a screenshot if you want to see it."May 14 16:43
matey/me is ultimately with mincer on thisMay 14 16:43
mateythough when mincer says he wants to get rid of states, he means physically remove themMay 14 16:44
MinceRi love those empty hintsMay 14 16:44
bnchs"I am using Windows and Microsoft refuses to implement any country flags emojis in order to avoid political controversies, showing them as two-letter codes instead. So, what I see here is just "ROTDROTDROTDRORO ROTDROROROTDRORO". So, can someone post a screenshot of what it looks like in some other platform?"May 14 16:44
MinceRwell, i'd settle for global anarchyMay 14 16:44
mateyprogress :)May 14 16:44
MinceRbut the more likely method is human extinctionMay 14 16:44
bnchssounds like a songMay 14 16:45
matey/me drums on the keyboardMay 14 16:45
MinceRah, needed scripts from at least 2 domains to let me reveal themMay 14 16:46
MinceRrevealing hints by highlighting text didn't use enough energy, i guessMay 14 16:46
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mateythey should use rot13May 14 16:46
mateyits the nsa standard for hints, cheats and dissidents May 14 16:47
MinceR:>May 14 16:47
activelowmatey: since you asked yesterday, about steam games... with baphometos there won't be steam supportMay 14 16:54
activelowhowever, i got libsdl1/fbcon and tested this with prboom+ successfully, and there is many other games which libsdl1/fbcon suffices forMay 14 16:54
boldc___MS wants a world under only one flag the ms logo flagMay 14 16:55
mateyhaMay 14 16:56
mateythey should just change the logo to [MS]May 14 16:57
mateywith a dollar signMay 14 16:57
bnchsfuck [WH][IN][NE][PO][OH]May 14 16:57
bnchswho lives in [ZH]May 14 16:57
mateyas long as theyre using letters, they could switch from country codes to language codes May 14 16:58
mateywhich would make a fuck of a lot more senseMay 14 16:58
mateybut for a keyboard layout a country code is still what youd need i guessMay 14 16:59
techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–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–…โ–โ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–…โ–†โ–‚โ–ƒโ– avg(k/sec) 21.28 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–โ–โ–โ–‚โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–โ–โ–โ–ˆโ–ˆโ–‚โ–โ–‚โ–โ–ˆโ–โ–โ–‚โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 43.36โ–• swarm size (avg): 364.06  โŸฒMay 14 16:59
mateywhich continent is dvorak on?May 14 16:59
mateyit sounds europeanMay 14 16:59
mateyutf is obviously in the middle eastMay 14 17:00
mateythough when we make first contact, unicode is going to get a lot messierMay 14 17:00
mateythe good news is harfbuzz will finally be obsoleteMay 14 17:01
boldc___utf can be considered sexual harassment May 14 17:02
mateyit doesnt support 4 dimensional grammatical structuresMay 14 17:02
mateyunicode sometimes falls under the category of unwanted textual (technological) advancesMay 14 17:03
MinceRfor unicode, use a globeMay 14 17:03
MinceRbut viewed such that east asia is not visibleMay 14 17:04
MinceR(due to Han unification)May 14 17:04
bnchsbtw microsoft will not implement thisMay 14 17:04
mateylolMay 14 17:04
bnchsbecause politically they cannotMay 14 17:04
bnchswhat if utf goes in war against dvorakMay 14 17:04
mateyfree software: wait, we can make computing NOT STUPID!May 14 17:04
mateyindustry: hold my beer!May 14 17:05
mateythe leader of a monarchy is a monarch, the leader of a dictatorship is a dictator, and the leader of a country is aMay 14 17:07
mateyyou know the dumbest thing about stallmans solution to genderless grammatical ambiguity? (singular they)May 14 17:08
mateyits ambiguousMay 14 17:08
mateywtf happens to the phrase "per person"May 14 17:08
mateybut i suppose he would call that an acceptable lossMay 14 17:09
mateywhich is funny, because "acceptable loss" is pretty much what most people think about the ambiguity of singular theyMay 14 17:09
boldc___a genderless is a eunuch?May 14 17:10
mateyas theyve been using it for hundreds of years alreadyMay 14 17:10
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boldc___why dont animals have gender?May 14 17:12
boldc___or have they?May 14 17:12
boldc___i find that utterly offensiveMay 14 17:13
MinceRi find your finding to be utterly offensiveMay 14 17:13
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boldc___sorry if fact don't fit your feelingsMay 14 17:14
SomeH4x0rthey do have gender roles, so I guess they doMay 14 17:15
boldc___we are talking about language ?May 14 17:17
SomeH4x0rohMay 14 17:17
SomeH4x0rsome people do use gender when referring to certain animals, the ones they do care about personally, or somethingMay 14 17:18
SomeH4x0ror when the gender is relevant for the discussed topicMay 14 17:18
matey(noMay 14 17:23
boldc___if someone call my pet a thing im going to court for harrassementMay 14 17:23
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matey(noMay 14 17:24
matey(noMay 14 17:25
MinceRoh, now facts started to matter, suddenly? :>May 14 17:25
matey...May 14 17:25
MinceR(to boldc___, that is)May 14 17:25
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boldc___ill be famous get lots of social media attentions lots of likes and haters and ill beMay 14 17:26
mateylolMay 14 17:26
mateyit didnt workMay 14 17:26
boldc___forcing the law hand to make a new law hopefully with my name on itMay 14 17:26
boldc___whats not ot like?May 14 17:27
boldc___its like having your ego boosted to level 100 instantllyMay 14 17:29
boldc___onde social gameing platformMay 14 17:30
boldc___on the social gaming platformsMay 14 17:31
boldc___i bet in the very least i will get free pet food foe everMay 14 17:34
boldc___ 14 17:35
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Classic Japanese audio brand Onkyo files for bankruptcy - Nikkei AsiaMay 14 17:35
boldc___another one bites the dustMay 14 17:35
bnchsego increased to 100May 14 17:36
bnchsLevel Progress <#############> 101May 14 17:36
boldc___how did you do that?May 14 17:37
boldc___thats cheatingMay 14 17:37
bnchsgrindsetMay 14 17:38
boldc___you must be using baphometosMay 14 17:41
boldc___ 14 17:47
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Onkyo Embeds Linux in Your Living Room - ExtremeTechMay 14 17:47
boldc___ 14 17:51
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-White House joins OpenSSF and the Linux Foundation in securing open-source software | ZDNetMay 14 17:51
boldc___point 4ย  Memory Safety: Eliminate root causes of many vulnerabilities through the replacement of non-memory-safe languages.May 14 17:52
boldc___RUST FTWMay 14 17:52
MinceRsnake oilMay 14 17:53
activelow"memory safe language"... it is the kernel/hardware-mmu/compiler which provide memory protection, NOT the "language"!!!!May 14 18:14
bnchsactivelow, trueMay 14 18:14
bnchsthe kernel cleans up the memoryMay 14 18:15
activelowand, see for yourself, web-site, security advisoris of all browsers with their "memory safety" are labeled dark red vulnerableMay 14 18:16
activelowso, what is this?May 14 18:16
bnchsmemory leaks are very badMay 14 18:16
bnchsIF the program is intended to run endlesslyMay 14 18:16
activelowsureMay 14 18:17
bnchsif you're making some kind of unix shell program, then memory safety is useless as long as the kernel can clean up your used memoryMay 14 18:17
bnchsbut really you should free memory anywayMay 14 18:19
bnchsbecause sometimes the kernel doesn't know how to clean up your used memory, and the memory leak may accumlateMay 14 18:19
XRevan86 ""Weโ€™re used to sanctions" Lavrov says West has declared "total hybrid war" on Russia"May 14 18:22
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ะะพะฒะฐั ะณะฐะทะตั‚ะฐ. ะ•ะฒั€ะพะฟะฐMay 14 18:22
XRevan86Good luck with that.May 14 18:22
boldc___ 14 18:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-ICE Found Effectively Operating as Domestic Spy Agency - ExtremeTechMay 14 18:24
XRevan86The Russian economy is going to shrink and continue shrinking practically indefinitely, andโ€ฆ "we're used to sanctions".May 14 18:25
XRevan86 This should be addressed in the English-speaking space.May 14 18:27
techrights-news2022-05-14 Untitled webcomic: Kid gemini:// 14 18:27
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Telegram: Contact @mod_russiaMay 14 18:27
XRevan86Oh, DaemonFC is not online. He would've liked to see how full of detail this report is.May 14 18:27
techrights-newsGemini Radio - Episode 41 gemini:// 14 18:27
XRevan86 "Russian forces destroy pontoon bridge  over Siversky Donets River, Russian Defence Ministry claims. Experts  earlier reported huge losses among Russian troops in this area"May 14 18:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ะะพะฒะฐั ะณะฐะทะตั‚ะฐ. ะ•ะฒั€ะพะฟะฐMay 14 18:31
XRevan86timelyMay 14 18:31
XRevan86This does look like a real operation (different place, different bridge), except that there is no evidence of any person or vehicle anywhere near the bridge when it was under attack.May 14 18:32
XRevan86(it is very plausible that the Ukrainian forces are also trying to cross Sieversky Donets)May 14 18:34
XRevan86So I think that they wrote about this, and potentially fabricated the details, to paint a picture that it is not only Russia that is suffering losses there. I don't think this will work though.May 14 18:35
XRevan86And of course there was no mention of the yesterday's (it wasn't ereyesterday, I was wrong because it was early and felt like a different day, sorry) huge loss.May 14 18:36
*psydroid2 has got the Russian version of Doom 3 working with dhewm3May 14 18:38
psydroid2now this will do a lot for improving my Russian, because there is no other option but to learn to understand what everything meansMay 14 18:38
matey <XRevan86> So I think that they wrote about this, and potentially fabricated the details, to paint a picture that it is not only Russia that is suffering losses there. I don't think this will work though.May 14 18:42
mateythis is pretty confusingMay 14 18:42
XRevan86matey: I'm relying on the context that DaemonFC has provided here earlier.May 14 18:42
mateywho is fabricating? and who is it supposed to look like theyre suffering?May 14 18:42
XRevan86Oh, I mislinked above, this should've been the first link: 14 18:44
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XRevan86crap, * 14 18:44
XRevan86I confused myself.May 14 18:45
mateywwii started when germany was TRYING to make it look like poland was attackingMay 14 18:45
XRevan86Anyway, here's the video from the Russian Ministry of Defence: 14 18:45
mateyby basically provoking them May 14 18:45
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-?????? ????? ????? ? ???????.. ? Video | VKMay 14 18:45
mateythere was a memo on the way to tell them to withdraw or something along those linesMay 14 18:46
mateythey didnt get it, and it turned into... i mean they wanted a war either wayMay 14 18:46
mateyonly they wanted to make it look like poland was the aggressor, not them, and thats what they fucked up (it was a sham anyway)May 14 18:46
mateyhow this relates to the present situation at all, i couldnt be sure, since im really not entirely clear whats going on in the first placeMay 14 18:47
XRevan86matey: So yesterday Russian forces were attacked while they were traversing the river on a pontoon bridge, there were huge losses, tanks, people, everything.May 14 18:47
mateyokMay 14 18:47
mateyoh and they fabricated ukranian losses to save face?May 14 18:48
XRevan86matey: Today the Ministry of War provides this video and claims that Ukraine tried to cross the same river and they destroyed the bridge, captured the vehicles that did cross the river.May 14 18:48
XRevan86Appears to be a different event, as the landscape is different.May 14 18:49
mateywho would that be meant to fool? certainly not the ukranian militaryMay 14 18:49
XRevan86The yesterday's event is completely unaddressed.May 14 18:49
matey(im guessing the target of the deception by russia is russias own people)May 14 18:49
XRevan86So it's open to interpretation whom they actually captured and in what numbers.May 14 18:50
XRevan86matey: "(im guessing the target of the deception by russia is russias own people)" <- Well, naturally.May 14 18:51
XRevan86It's also an interesting example of how Russia and Ukraine report their successes.May 14 18:52
mateyokMay 14 18:52
mateyyeahMay 14 18:52
techrights-news"Somehow, I blindly accepted the Fedora prompt asking me to upgrade to Fedora 28, not realizing that: Fedora is now at release 36, not 28" 14 18:53
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | NVMe/SSD disk failure - anarcatMay 14 18:53
techrights-news"I'm not a fan of BTRFS. This page serves as a reminder of why, but also a cheat sheet to figure out basic tasks in a BTRFS environment because those are not obvious to me, even after repeatedly having to deal with them. Content warning: there might be mentions of ZFS." 14 18:53
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | BTRFS notes - anarcatMay 14 18:53
techrights-newsmintCast: "First up in the news: Linux crosses the C; We look into Steam; Flatpak improves; Gnome gets more customizable." 14 18:56
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 382 โ€“ Kernel Metamorphosis โ€“ mintCastMay 14 18:56
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 18:56
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | today's howtos | Tux MachinesMay 14 18:56
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techrights-ipfs-bot โ–•  IPFS downstream, 60 mins: โ–ƒโ–„โ–โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–†โ–„โ–„โ–„โ–ƒโ–„โ–„โ–‚โ–‚โ–ƒโ–„โ–‚โ–„โ–…โ–„โ–„โ–…โ–‚โ–ƒโ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–ƒโ–…โ–†โ–…โ–„โ–„โ– avg(k/sec) 17.80 โ–•  IPFS upstream: โ–โ–ˆโ–‚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–โ–‚โ–‚โ–โ– avg(k/sec) 7.46โ–• swarm size (avg): 333.18  โŸฒMay 14 18:59
techrights-news"Modern Unix derivatives have this really bad idea called ioctl. Itโ€™s a function which performs arbitrary operations on a file descriptor. It is essentially the kitchen sink of modern Unix derivatives, particularly Linux, in which they act almost like a second set of extra syscalls" 14 18:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | A Hare code generator for finding ioctl numbersMay 14 18:59
XRevan86 14 18:59
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Julia Davis (@JuliaDavisNews): "Putin-linked Kremlin propagandist explains the mystery behind the claim that Russia is fighting Nazism in Ukraine: they're actually battling "Russophobia"โ€”supposedly "a type of Nazism." By that twisted logic, Russia would consider invading any country opposing Russian aggression." | nitterMay 14 18:59
techrights-news#43 Foundation News - This Week in GNOME โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 19:00
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | #43 Foundation News - This Week in GNOME | Tux MachinesMay 14 19:00
XRevan86So that's what Nazism is: disagreement with Russia.May 14 19:01
MinceRi see lavrov doesn't understand what a declaration of war isMay 14 19:01
MinceRmaybe vladolf should replace him with someone who doesMay 14 19:02
techrights-news"I want to personally extend my gratitude to the Commercial users of Qt for beta testing Qt 5.15.4 for the rest of us." 14 19:02
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | TSDgeos' blog: The KDE Qt5 Patch Collection has been rebased on top of Qt 5.15.4May 14 19:02
XRevan86MinceR: He claims "hybrid war", which is a type of war that might not even be visible :)May 14 19:02
techrights-newsUbuntu Linux the number one Linux distro for gaming? Every time less - ItsFOSS | GNU | Linux | โš“ ไท‰ Source: itsfossMay 14 19:03
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Ubuntu Linux the number one Linux distro for gaming? Every time less - itsfoss.netMay 14 19:03
XRevan86Welcome to World Hybrid War IMay 14 19:03
techrights-newsBuilding Plasma for KDE Frameworks 6 โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 19:03
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XRevan86Not very impressive.May 14 19:03
techrights-newsKDE Frameworks 5.94.0 14 19:04
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | KDE Frameworks 5.94 Released with More Than 200 Changes, Here's What's New | Tux MachinesMay 14 19:04
XRevan86Would be funny if they actually take that term that I coined ironically.May 14 19:04
techrights-news10 Fun Free and Open Source Simulation Games โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 19:06
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XRevan86But it's just one step from "total hybrid war" that Lavrov coined.May 14 19:07
XRevan86That's a pretty interesting way of putting "everyone's shitting on Russia".May 14 19:08
XRevan86everyone == total; shitting == war; hybrid == not actually warMay 14 19:09
mateyit reminds me of the usa saying they would justify physical military force in response to cyberattacksMay 14 19:11
mateythe trouble being, how can you possibly prove there was a cyberattackMay 14 19:11
mateyi mean suppose i go over to the circuit breakers and cut off my power and/or gasMay 14 19:13
XRevan86Even so, it's a huge escalation that's hard to justify.May 14 19:13
MinceR"hybrid" == "i don't want to say what it actually is"May 14 19:13
mateythen go and shoot someone for "attacking my infrastructure"May 14 19:13
MinceR"hybrid kernel" == "i don't want to say it's a monolithic kernel"May 14 19:13
mateythat wouldnt hold up in any courtMay 14 19:13
MinceR"hybrid regime" == "i don't want to say it's a dictatorship"May 14 19:13
mateyhybrid newsMay 14 19:13
MinceR"hybrid war" == "i don't want to say it's not a war"May 14 19:13
mateydont mention the hybrid warMay 14 19:14
mateyi mentioned it once but i think i got away with itMay 14 19:15
matey"would you please stop mentioning the war?" "what are you talking about? youre the one who started it" "no we didnt" "yes you did, you invaded kiev!"May 14 19:15
XRevan86matey: I can't tell if this is about 1941 or 2022.May 14 19:17
XRevan86A little more context please?May 14 19:17
XRevan86More likely to be 1941 since the contemporary occupation of Kiew failed to occur.May 14 19:18
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chicksahoyisn't it Kyiv and not KievMay 14 19:19
XRevan86Depends on whether it's transliteration or transcription, and on which language and which time period.May 14 19:20
chicksahoyUkraine calls it Kyiv, Russia calls it KievMay 14 19:21
chicksahoyfuck RussiaMay 14 19:21
MinceRit's Kyiv in UkrainianMay 14 19:21
XRevan86The historical name is "Kyev", the contemporary Ukrainian spelling is "Kyiv" (actually "Kyyiv"), the contemporary Russian spelling is "Kiev" (actually "Kiyev"), the contemporary Russian pronunciation is "Kiyiv" (well, "Kiyif").May 14 19:21
MinceRorcs pretend they own it and call it KievMay 14 19:21
XRevan86the Polish spelling is "Kiew"May 14 19:22
matey <XRevan86> matey: I can't tell if this is about 1941 or 2022. <- fawlty towers didnt make it to russia, at least not in your timeMay 14 19:22
techrights-news๏ฟผGoogle #Android Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 19:22
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mateyit was john cleese, with a concussion, arguing with a family of germans about the warMay 14 19:22
XRevan86Also because it's a vowel reduction, in other cases there's a difference: to be in Kiew in Ukrainian would be "w Kyyevi"May 14 19:22
mateyin the 70s (the plot)May 14 19:22
mateyso kyiv thenMay 14 19:23
mateytheres only one reason i spell it kiev, and it isnt politicalMay 14 19:23
mateyin the west, its how the chicken is usually spelled (for most of my lifetime)May 14 19:23
mateyits a dish, chicken kiev. i think.May 14 19:23
XRevan86I dislike pronunciation quirks seeping into loanwords, that's my only reason against "Kyiv".May 14 19:24
mateyso its only a force of habit, not a political statementMay 14 19:24
mateywell what do you recommend as a ukranian spelling then?May 14 19:24
XRevan86English is not phonetic, and it is phonetically very distinct.May 14 19:24
mateyim sort of impartial hereMay 14 19:24
mateyenglish has no rules, but it does make up a fewMay 14 19:24
XRevan86"Kyev" is the most faithful spelling.May 14 19:24
mateyand how does it sit with ukranians?May 14 19:25
XRevan86matey: Too nerdy.May 14 19:25
mateyill think about itMay 14 19:25
mateyanyway, thanks for keeping us informedMay 14 19:25
mateycheersMay 14 19:25
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XRevan86I'm somewhat interested in phonology, so my perspective on this is different fromโ€ฆ well, everyone else's.May 14 19:26
XRevan86To me a loanword into English should fit best into the English context, not the context of the source.May 14 19:27
XRevan86And usually the most conservative eldest form of spelling/pronunciation is the best fit, as languages tend to diverge.May 14 19:28
XRevan86Odds are Ukrainian pronunciation may change again (as happens with every language), and what then, re-loan the new version every time?May 14 19:30
XRevan86But I do recognise the political reasoning, and that's something I cannot go against.May 14 19:30
techrights-newsOpenwashing nonsense 14 19:37
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-5 reasons to apply for B Corp certification | Opensource.comMay 14 19:37
MinceR14 202211 < XRevan86> the Polish spelling is "Kiew"May 14 19:41
MinceRi thought it was KiรณwMay 14 19:41
XRevan86MinceR: Oh, they jo'd it? I forgot in that case.May 14 19:41
MinceRor something like thatMay 14 19:41
techrights-news"We are back to a quick pace and reached 2800 games soon after the 2700 games milestone." 14 19:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | 2800 Games On The Steam Deck with Days Gone and House of the Dying Sun as Verified - Boiling SteamMay 14 19:42
MinceRno, it's KijรณwMay 14 19:42
techrights-newsIt's FOSS is foolishly promoting PROPRIETARY Microsoft PROXY "DuckDuckGo" Avoid this nasty, lying company: 14 19:42
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Hidden Features! 25 Fun Things You Can Do With DuckDuckGo Search Engine - It's FOSSMay 14 19:42
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XRevan86MinceR: jeโ†’jo is a common Slavic phonetic change, right. And oโ†’u is a Polish specific one.May 14 19:43
MinceRpronounced /หˆki.juf/May 14 19:43
techrights-newsThey hardly test, they just release very often and make it impssible to fork/avoid 14 19:43
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-systemd 251 Nears Release With Last Planned Test - PhoronixMay 14 19:43
XRevan86 no English article, bummerMay 14 19:45
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Przegล‚os lechicki โ€“ Wikipedia, wolna encyklopediaMay 14 19:45
techrights-newsShortwave 3 expands radio station setups 14 19:46
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XRevan86ะšะธะตะฒัŠ#Old_East_Slavic sourceMay 14 19:48
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ะšะธะตะฒัŠ - WiktionaryMay 14 19:48
XRevan86MinceR: That's kind of why pronetic changes are a mess to re-loan.May 14 19:51
XRevan86But Polish spelling froze up on the second iteration anyway I guess.May 14 19:51
techrights-newsf2fscrypt utility compiled statically in OE โš“ ไท‰ Source: bkhomeMay 14 19:52
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | f2fscrypt utility compiled statically in OEMay 14 19:52
XRevan86I wonder where Latin got its Kiov.May 14 19:52
techrights-newsFridayโ€™s Fedora Facts: 2022-19 &ndash; Fedora Community [sic] Blog โš“ ไท‰ Source: ICBMMay 14 19:52
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techrights-newsThey call it "OpenJPEG" but OUTSOURCE to PROPRIETARY and Microsoft... what does "Open" mean??? 14 19:54
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-OpenJPEG 2.5 Released With High Throughput JPEG 2000 Decoding (HTJ2K) - PhoronixMay 14 19:54
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techrights-newsnbdkit now supports LUKS encryption โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:07
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techrights-newsSmart Farm with Raspberry PI, RPI Pico and WIZnet Ethernet Hat โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:13
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techrights-newsOle Aamot: Voice โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:15
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techrights-newsMy Brother Brandon gemini:// 14 20:20
techrights-news"Bad. It's going pretty bad. Work is exhausting. Mondays and Tuesdays generally still work out. Wednesdays fall through and I end up doing multiple garbage runs on Saturday." gemini:// 14 20:21
techrights-newsSome Government is Probably Okay I Guess gemini:// "There's a subset of people who are comfortable doing what they know is wrong and would oppose as wrong if others did it"May 14 20:22
techrights-newsFedora Family / Red Hat Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:22
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techrights-newsLearning GIMP a better investment of time 14 20:35
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-How to use Photoshop on Ubuntu and other Linux? - LinuxStoneyMay 14 20:35
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techrights-newsDistrobox is Awesome โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Distrobox is Awesome | Tux MachinesMay 14 20:39
techrights-newsDeaDBeeF 1.9.0 Released! #HowTo install it in Ubuntu 22.04 โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:39
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | DeaDBeeF 1.9.0 Released! How to install it in Ubuntu 22.04 | Tux MachinesMay 14 20:39
techrights-newsVulnerability in Zyxel firewalls allowing code execution without authentication - LinuxStoney โš“ ไท‰ Source: linuxstoneyMay 14 20:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-Vulnerability in Zyxel firewalls allowing code execution without authentication - LinuxStoneyMay 14 20:40
techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:41
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techrights-newskernel/git/hid/hid.git - HID Group's fork of hid.git โš“ ไท‰ Source: gitMay 14 20:41
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | kernel/git/hid/hid.git - HID Group's fork of hid.gitMay 14 20:41
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techrights-newsSecurity Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:44
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techrights-newsAlt Workstation K 10.0 Released โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 20:47
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techrights-newsLinks 14/05/2022: Alt Linux 10.0 Released | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 14 20:52
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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 14 20:54
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techrights-newsMicrosoft makes and distributes its own password stealer see 14 21:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Shopping for malware: $260 gets you a password stealer... โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 21:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Bruce Schneier: Microsoft Edge is Apparently a Password Stealer Too, Even on GNU/Linux | TechrightsMay 14 21:05
techrights-newsDigital Restrictions (DRM) 14 21:05
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Ukrainian John Deere tractors stolen by Russia 'bricked' โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 21:05
techrights-newsNeither is safe. They even have back doors (PSP/ME) 14 21:07
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | How Intel and AMD hope to win the cloud security game โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 21:07
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techrights-newsFalklands' inshore waters globally recognized as Key Biodiversity Areas " MercoPress โš“ ไท‰ how UK likes to greenwash the occupationMay 14 21:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Falklands' inshore waters globally recognized as Key Biodiversity Areas โ€” MercoPressMay 14 21:18
techrights-newsiXsystems Builds on Global Leadership in Open Storage With New TrueNAS Releases 14 21:18
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boldc___rhythmbox has a new release after 2 yearsMay 14 21:24
boldc___its a gnome thingMay 14 21:25
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boldc___ChangeLog 1.19 MBMay 14 21:27
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-@Invidious: 14 21:31
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights--> | Rasputin of the Bronx: The Unkillable Iron Mike Malloy - InvidiousMay 14 21:31
schestowitz-TRboldc___: yesMay 14 21:34
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schestowitz-TRboldc___: url?May 14 21:34
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schestowitz-TRI saw no blog post about thatMay 14 21:34
schestowitz-TRjust deadbeefMay 14 21:34
schestowitz-TR[20:39] <techrights-news> DeaDBeeF 1.9.0 Released! #HowTo install it in Ubuntu 22.04 โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 21:34
boldc___ 14 21:34
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | ChangeLog ยท master ยท GNOME / rhythmbox ยท GitLabMay 14 21:34
boldc___how can you possibly manage your ipod with out rhythmbox?May 14 21:36
MinceRi don't have an ipodMay 14 21:38
MinceRand not going to have one eitherMay 14 21:38
boldc___deadbeef must be developed by some vegan devMay 14 21:38
boldc___me neitherMay 14 21:38
boldc___IOS is genom devs dream DEMay 14 21:39
boldc___what ipod ever done to you ?May 14 21:39
MinceRi never let them do anything to meMay 14 21:40
boldc___rhythmbox has remote functionality tooMay 14 21:41
boldc___daap mprisMay 14 21:41
boldc___its a itunes "clone" basicallyMay 14 21:42
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bnchsfuck ipodsMay 14 21:54
bnchsyou want to listen to music?May 14 21:54
bnchsgo uhhhhhhhhhh uhhhhhhh uh fuckMay 14 21:54
bnchsbring a raspberry pi connected to a batteryMay 14 21:55
MinceRi used to listen to music on a Palm Tungsten E2May 14 21:56
techrights-newsNo kidding, Microsoft now charges firms to tackle Windows ransomware,-microsoft-now-charges-firms-to-tackle-windows-ransomware.htmlMay 14 21:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-iTWire - No kidding, Microsoft now charges firms to tackle Windows ransomwareMay 14 21:57
MinceRthen on various smartphonesMay 14 21:57
techrights-newsNot OUR back doors? 14 21:57
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-iTWire - US steps up fresh probe into Kaspersky products: reportMay 14 21:57
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schestowitz-TRMinceR: realplayer?May 14 22:07
techrights-newsChanges in the Site and the Capsule | Techrights โš“ | โ™พ Gemini address: gemini:// 14 22:09
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schestowitz-TRit's hard to get palm PDAs to work like in 2022May 14 22:09
schestowitz-TRpartly because of desktop side sofwtareMay 14 22:10
schestowitz-TRjpilot, kpilot, and the Windows equivsMay 14 22:10
schestowitz-TRand finding the binaries is even harderMay 14 22:10
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techrights-newsAsahi Linux on Apple Silicon shows progress in graphics drivers 14 22:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Asahi Linux progress in graphics drivers on Apple's M1 | Tux MachinesMay 14 22:13
techrights-newsThis repeats false numbers about Twitter's usage 14 22:13
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | As Musk buyout looms, Twitter searches for its soulMay 14 22:13
MinceRschestowitz-TR: no, but i forgot what the audio player was that could continue playing in the backgroundMay 14 22:14
MinceRiirc pomod could play .mod files, but only in the foregroundMay 14 22:14
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MinceR14 230956 < schestowitz-TR> it's hard to get palm PDAs to work like in 2022May 14 22:14
MinceRyeah, bricks are like thatMay 14 22:14
techrights-newsArm wrests back control of its rogue China limb - El Reg โš“ ไท‰ Source: theregisterMay 14 22:14
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Arm wrests back control of its rogue China limb โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:14
MinceRmaybe it can still show a palm logo and a blinking rectangle under itMay 14 22:14
techrights-newsArm says microcontroller price hikes helped fuel sales - El Reg โš“ ไท‰ Source: theregisterMay 14 22:15
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Arm says microcontroller price hikes helped fuel sales โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:15
schestowitz-TRMinceR: apple did not even have pseudo-multitasking years laterMay 14 22:15
schestowitz-TRiphone was the REAL brickMay 14 22:15
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schestowitz-TRwith no REALPlayerMay 14 22:15
MinceRyeahMay 14 22:15
MinceRMICROS~1 had it for a while, then they decided they've got to copy crApple and came up with an OS that didn't have it, iircMay 14 22:16
techrights-newsIt got ugly at ARM 14 22:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Arm China staff protest new management โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:16
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Arm China CEO refuses to go despite SoftBank taking control โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:16
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techrights-newsHAHAHAHAHAHA! "alternative cryptocurrency projects (altcoins) are but an experiment, while Bitcoin is the only tried and tested peer-to-peer digital money." What do you mean, "alternative cryptocurrency"? You claim to be the alternative to real currency. 14 22:18
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Terra Collapse Teaches About โ€˜Cryptoโ€™ And Bitcoin - Bitcoin Magazine: Bitcoin News, Articles, Charts, and GuidesMay 14 22:18
techrights-newsGo away, Gulag. Stop stealing data. 14 22:19
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Google goes after sovereignty market with EU Workspace Data โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:19
techrights-newsCrackpot measuring servers only if they are pabeled "CLOWN" and counting "REVENUE" (likely faked) instead of ACTUAL share. 14 22:21
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | AWS, Google and Microsoft dominate cloud โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:21
techrights-newsMicrosoft Azure = layoffs and datacentre closures.May 14 22:21
techrights-newsMicrosoft revenue: bailouts from Trump and Biden. IOW, stealing from the US treasury. Corruption in politics.May 14 22:22
techrights-newsBut most computers do not use x86. 14 22:23
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | AMD approaches '30%' x86 CPU market share โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:23
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psydroid230 billion ARM chips in the past year, all conveniently ignored for AMD's biggest x86 marketshare everMay 14 22:25
techrights-news"There's tons of terminal apps with color nowadays but no consistent standard for disabling that color in the many cases where it isn't needed, NO_COLOR aims to fix that." 14 22:27
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | This Is A Growing Standard To Disable Terminal Color - InvidiousMay 14 22:27
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techrights-newsTodayโ€™s #HowTos | #UNIX โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 22:29
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techrights-newsSecurity Leftovers โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 22:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Security Leftovers | Tux MachinesMay 14 22:32
techrights-newsA 10-minute explanation of what weโ€™ve been up to lately and whatโ€™s changing; hopefully Iโ€™ll have a lot more free time in months to come and weโ€™ll be able to produce about a dozen posts per day 14 22:32
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Changes in the Site and the Capsule | TechrightsMay 14 22:32
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techrights-newsCrosswords 0.3 by Jonathan Blandford โ€ข Tux Machines โ‡จ 14 22:36
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Crosswords 0.3 by Jonathan Blandford | Tux MachinesMay 14 22:36
schestowitz-TRpsydroid2: yes, the usual slantMay 14 22:36
schestowitz-TRlike counting "Share" by revenueMay 14 22:36
schestowitz-TRto make GNU/Linux seem smallMay 14 22:36
schestowitz-TRand relying on companies reporting on moneyMay 14 22:36
schestowitz-TRof course they fake itMay 14 22:37
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techrights-newsMicrosoft keeps transmitting malware 14 22:44
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Mystery of industry-focused backdoored NPM packages solved โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:44
psydroid2someone I know told me that he migrated several Postgres databases in the AWS clown to Graviton a few days ago and that expenses were multiple times lower nowMay 14 22:47
schestowitz-TRstill paying amazonMay 14 22:48
schestowitz-TRand the databases do not comply with rules except the ones GAFAM lobbied forMay 14 22:48
schestowitz-TRbecause "outsourcing to US Army" = securityMay 14 22:48
psydroid2that's true, but I didn't ask about his employer's reasons for doing things in the clownMay 14 22:49
psydroid2he did tell me he plans to migrate everything at home to ARM as wellMay 14 22:49
schestowitz-TRthe clown is ripoffMay 14 22:50
schestowitz-TRif not now, then laterMay 14 22:50
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techrights-newsICBM transatlantic 14 22:53
-TechrightsBot-tr/ | IBM's autonomous Mayflower ship breaks down again โ€ข The RegisterMay 14 22:53
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Live updates: Mass shooting at Buffalo supermarketMay 14 23:04
boldc___too bad donald trump wasnt there to stop the shooterMay 14 23:05
bnchs"gonna shoot up a supermarket"May 14 23:06
bnchs*a helicopter approaches the shooter*May 14 23:07
bnchs*donald trump comes out*May 14 23:07
bnchs"no you shall not"May 14 23:07
bnchs"understandable"May 14 23:07
bnchsthen everyone clapped that dayMay 14 23:07
boldc___i remenber him say after a shooting that if it was him there he would oppose the shooter even if he was unarmedMay 14 23:08
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boldc___a true american heroMay 14 23:08
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-TechrightsBot-tr/ | Gajim 1.4.0 - GajimMay 14 23:15
bnchsniceMay 14 23:16
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XRevan86A huge release, I will try it out.May 14 23:17
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bnchsXRevan86, whats your XMPPMay 14 23:17
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DaemonFCPeople are moving over to AMD due to cost, performance by watt, compatibility, and the fact that it's less of a piece of shit than Intel.May 14 23:29
DaemonFCIntel keeps sabotaging things after they sell them.May 14 23:30
DaemonFCThey design them to be fast but insecure, pay people to benchmark them, sell the CPUs based on those benchmarks, and then release the updates that close the holes at the cost of 40% of your CPU performance.May 14 23:30
DaemonFCMatthew Judas GAFAM praises them for it, repeatedly. "TPM, EFI, etc."May 14 23:31
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DaemonFCIt's like his buddy Miguel said at his 1997 Microsoft interview (the one at which he was not hired), "You should open source Internet Explorer and let other people fix it for you for free!". Maybe it was simple naivete or something. Who knows? Microsoft didn't care if it crashed, they didn't care if it automatically installed malware because you visited a website or loaded some email, what they cared about was jamming their own non-standards May 14 23:33
DaemonFCinto it and then making it impossible for anyone else to figure out how it worked.May 14 23:33
psydruidI will get a few of those RK3588 boards next year and see how much software I can get to run on themMay 14 23:33
DaemonFCAnd if you open source it, maybe people fix your bugs, but you also can't hide how your anti-competitive shit works.May 14 23:33
DaemonFCSo on the whole, they didn't open source it because it would have harmed them more than it helped.May 14 23:34
psydruidI think each and every proprietary game should be reverse engineered and made to run everywhere to kill the stranglehold Intel and AMD have over the desktopMay 14 23:35
psydruidAnd then they can die for all I careMay 14 23:35
bnchspsydruid, game engines?May 14 23:36
psydruidbnchs, everything needed for running them, if that is just the game engines I am also fine with itMay 14 23:37
bnchsi mean there's only been like reverse engineering of GTA 3/VC, GoldSrc-based games, morrowwind, and other crapMay 14 23:37
psydruidI compiled dhewm3 earlier today and now I have it running on my laptopMay 14 23:37
bnchsthe problem is that some of them are suffering legal problemsMay 14 23:38
psydruidI don't know when I'll have the time to play it but I know it works at leastMay 14 23:38
bnchslike FWGS Xash3DMay 14 23:38
psydruidthey are suffering problems also by being based on GithubMay 14 23:38
bnchssome of their header files are illegally copied from Valve's SDKMay 14 23:39
bnchswhich is incompatible with their GPL licenseMay 14 23:39
bnchsso they're hoping they don't get sued to death by ValveMay 14 23:39
psydruidand yes, it is not the ultimate solutionMay 14 23:39
psydruidthe real solution would be writing free games with free assetsMay 14 23:40
psydruidwe'll see how that developsMay 14 23:40
*boldc___ runs off to install quake3arenaMay 14 23:40
bnchs 14 23:40
-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights- ( status 451 @ )May 14 23:40
bnchs451 = down for legal reasonsMay 14 23:41
bnchsthey already got sued by rockstarMay 14 23:41
bnchsi guessMay 14 23:41
psydruidI have that code on my laptopMay 14 23:41
psydruidI checked it out before it was taken downMay 14 23:42
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-TechrightsBot-tr/#techrights-License issues ยท Issue #63 ยท FWGS/xash3d-fwgs ยท GitHubMay 14 23:42
bnchs"The engine is somewhat notorious for making use of leaked source code, and indeed Valve as supposedly remarked that the engine as it stands is illegal (though I have yet to personally corroborate that.) This is troublesome because I want to use xash3D for a commercial project, so as it currently stands that dream is unworkable. But what if it wasn't?"May 14 23:42
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bnchs"The thing is, we can't rewrite them by ourselves, as we already seen the HLSDK and any rewrite attempt may be considered as illegal relicensing of copypasted code."May 14 23:42
bnchsXash3D is at a stand-stillMay 14 23:42
bnchsthey're at a dead endMay 14 23:42
boldc___rockstar PD is gona swat you psydruidMay 14 23:43
bnchsit will only be a matter of time before they get sued by valveMay 14 23:43
psydruidI haven't looked at any of this code or any other proprietary code everMay 14 23:43
bnchsthey came up with a solutionMay 14 23:43
bnchs"Hiring a lawyers, so they can check if nothing of Valve's IP was leaked."May 14 23:43
psydruidsure, they can come and get meMay 14 23:43
bnchs"Hiring a programmer to write headers based on our documentation and asking for a agreement that he or she doesn't even seen Half-Life code and will not copy code from SDK."May 14 23:44
bnchsthis would probably save themMay 14 23:44
bnchsbut unfortunately they haven't applied it yetMay 14 23:45
bnchsand the illegal header files are still in the codebaseMay 14 23:45
boldc___make a VR versionMay 14 23:46
boldc___arent modern opensource game engines supposed to be better that valav outdated engine?May 14 23:49
bnchslol they're trying to reverse engineer valve's goldsrc engineMay 14 23:50
psydruidI have compiled Godot, but I will only be able to take a look at it this summerMay 14 23:50
bnchsand be more compatible with GoldSrc/Half-Life gamesMay 14 23:51
psydruidyeahMay 14 23:51
bnchsalso VR version in your dreamsMay 14 23:51
bnchsreverse engineer the drivers for most VR headsets :PMay 14 23:51
psydruidI think it's better to get inspiration from games and write new free onesMay 14 23:51
psydruidinstead of going through all this reverse engineeringMay 14 23:52
psydruidunless you want to preserve them for some reasonMay 14 23:52
psydruidOpenHMD makes VR headsets workMay 14 23:53
bnchsxash3D was intended to preserve goldsrc gamesMay 14 23:53
bnchsor help make more goldsrc gamesMay 14 23:53
psydruidI met some of the developers at FOSDEM a few years agoMay 14 23:53
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psydruid> [notice] License issues ยท Issue #63 ยท FWGS/xash3d-fwgs ยท GitHubMay 14 23:59
psydruidI'm reading this issue and the solution looks really simple to meMay 14 23:59
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