I am reading "Let's unite and be inclusive, by splitting the community." Also, fuck logic.
If I could ditch GNU like I ditched Signal this week, I would have, over this move.
#Signal turning into a crypto-ponzi currency scheme?
- isn't really free/libre software (as Moxie denied freedom to redistribute modified version)
- would *never* federate (political choice of centralization)
- updated server software wasn't published
- invaded people's phonebooks
- runs on Amazon+NSA's infrastructure
- is virtually impossible to use out of Google's infrastructure -
...didn't seem to be enough to alarm Signal users.
The #Signal messenger has become very problematic lately, and most of its problems come from it being centralised.
You may want to follow and support a decentralised messenger project instead, there are many of them on the Fediverse:
➡️ @snikket_im - New initiative giving XMPP servers & clients a newbie-friendly unified look and feel
➡️ @xmpp - The XMPP standards foundation
➡️ @matrix - Matrix is best known for its Element client
➡️ @delta - Messaging through email
➡️ @briar - P2P messaging
>>> pathlib.Path('/titi') / '/toto'
> If a component is an absolute path, all previous components are thrown away and joining continues from the absolute path component.
I wonder how many path transversal injections are enabled by this behavior.
Apparently, someone thought that was a good idea. To that person, I say "fuck you".
#Python is a horrible language. Just don't.
People ranting about OpenPGP integration (or lack thereof) in Thunderbird always make me laugh. The issue is not integration. OpenPGP as a format should die. Now.
I'm very grateful to David for putting this to succinctly: /etc/resolv.conf
Selected machine learning attacks; first in a series.
2. Looney Tunes
Debian Python maintainer is refusing to compile Python with PIE. This has been the case for years and years and in bullseye, PIE is explicitly disabled because the default flags (rightfully) enable it by default.
So sad to see such a distro undermined by that kind of maintainers.
I have production networks where Suricata (all versions, old old stable, old stable and stable) is returning false negative reports on 25% of suspicious files. I filled a bug report 9 months ago, with a pcap sample to reproduce the bug, and an analysis. The devs and community could not care less. I am baffled. It seems to me you have to takedown bugs by yourself if you want something fixed. Sad.
Tout d'abord, un peu de lecture:
If you are a junior developer, please don't write that you are a full stack developer. Understand that people with years of experience don't dare write that. You are either showing that you don't know what you want to do, or that you are delusioned and full of yourself and need to learn about the Dunning Kruger syndrom.
#JeRecrute (Enfin, mon employeur). Deux CDI.
Ingénieur informatique orienté R&D https://www.afnic.fr/fr/l-afnic-en-bref/recrutement/offres-d-emploi/ingenieur-r-d-labs-h-f-cdi-4.html (#DNS et autres trucs)
Juriste https://www.afnic.fr/fr/l-afnic-en-bref/recrutement/offres-d-emploi/l-afnic-recrute-1-juriste-d-entreprise-junior-h-f-3.html (entre autres les procédures internes de résolution des litiges)
Allez-y pour les RT, les boosts, les partages.
Je suis toujours à la recherche d'un dev système Python/Go. Télétravail OK en France. Boite de sécurité informatique, création de poste, ASAP. https://www.welcometothejungle.com/fr/companies/gatewatcher/jobs/developpeur-systeme_paris
Attestation COVID-19 en ligne : un outil de surveillance globale sur Internet ? https://www.broken-by-design.fr/posts/attestation-covid-19/
Je me demande s'ils sont débiles et négligeants ou malveillants. Je vois pas de troisième voie.