Hey #tusky users, any idea why I can't see public posts of profiles that I follow? I can see them as an anonymous user on the web, but not in the app. This has been bugging me for a while and there seems to be nothing on the issue queue (or my search-fu is low).
If you want to know why there is so much resentment towards Canonical and Ubuntu in the rest of the Linux world, this is a good example. https://www.happyassassin.net/posts/2016/06/16/on-snappy-and-flatpak-business-as-usual-in-the-canonical-propaganda-department/
And I've only discovered this TRIM "issue" only because I have been researching BTRFS subvolumes as an alternative to LVM volumes and landed on the question of "how does one deal with SWAP on BTRFS?"
Oh boy, what a ride.
It turns out, I haven't been running #TRIM on my SSDs for the last 12y or so. I've been using #EXT4 on #LVM on #LUKS everywhere and systemd was reporting that fstrim.timer is running, and I never bothered to check if it was actually doing something.
It turns out that the dm-crypt guys have made TRIM an opt-in feature, because empty space will no longer be random, more on:
Weird - writing a Paypal scams article for a client (how to avoid them, not how to do them) and using Google docs because that’s what the client uses, when suddenly…
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Which is odd.
I’m guessing Google scans the documents for known spammy /scammy phrases?
Yet another reason I don’t use Google unless I have to…
There's a small chance this is one of the biggest findings in scientific history: turns out there's things that look surprisingly like tiny fungal puffballs on Mars, and they seem to grow.
Also, there seems to be something that looks like fungal growths on on rovers. Which as the authors' point out, could easily be contamination from earth. Even that would be a finding with huge implications: life growing on another planet. Sure, life we introduced. But still!
I have just organized part of my bookmarks on criticism of crypto currencies (mostly environmental, but not only).
Help yourself for basic FUD !
Darn, the delete and re-draft feature isn't as handy as the edit feature on most I.M. apps; They have spoiled us.
Well, I'll have to live with the spelling errors. Hello, #fediverse!
Gutes Zeichen für eine datenschutzkonforme digitale Kommunikation: Die ersten beiden öffentlichen Stellen in #bawü haben bei uns einen Account eingerichtet.
Wir öffnen nach und nach die Instanz, andere öffentliche Stellen können es dem Umweltministerium BaWü und der Uni Hohenheim nachmachen!
#Datenschutz und #Digitalisierung gehören zusammen - und funktionieren zusammen 👍
It's official: the @opensuse community has transitioned from the beta phase of #openSUSE Leap 15.3 to the Release Candidate phase. A big thank you to all the developers, #opensource contributors and #community members who have helped us get to this point. https://news.opensuse.org/2021/04/28/opensuse-leap-153-enters-rc-phase/
Somebody please stop the planet, I want to get off at the next station:
Majority of the European Parliament welcomes the Commission's intention to oblige e-mail, messaging and chat providers to search all private messages for allegedly illegal material and report to the police (#chatcontrol) by 580:76:37.
@rysiek @nintendh03s It's interesting to also note that #CloudFlare claims in their FaQ that "you don't have to" trust them: https://web.archive.org/web/20180926003344/https://blog.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-onion-service/#why-should-i-trust-cloudflare Yet they see all HTTPS traffic in the clear. So the fact that they lie about the need for trust is in itself cause for distrust.
A thought-provoking article by a person that ditched his social media and even smartphone. He found a lot of happiness in it. https://alvarez.gumroad.com/l/living-like-it-s-99
"10 Years of Open-Source Visualization" by Mike Bostock https://observablehq.com/@mbostock/10-years-of-open-source-visualization
Lots of wisdom in here, especially around how to interact with the community as an open-source maintainer.
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