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.
Today is the day to move to @opensuse Leap 15.2 if you are still running #Leap 15.1. The life cycle of #security and #maintenance for the point release of Leap 15.1 has ended. We hope this release brought you 620 days of happiness. https://software.opensuse.org/distributions/leap https://kamarada.github.io/en/2021/01/31/opensuse-leap-151-and-linux-kamarada-151-reach-end-of-life-today/#.YBfc4iUo_JF
The results from the @opensuse end of year survey provided several insightful facts like the last operating system people used before deploying #openSUSE. More details about the survey can be found at https://news.opensuse.org/2021/01/07/opensuse-community-publishes-end-of-year-survey-results/
In Transformers, they've used Dark Matter Drives and it seems that Dark Matter might not exist after all. So, does that mean that Transformers aren't real? What next? Santa?
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