"Google is too powerful not to be held accountable."
Project Dragonfly should be cancelled.
I noticed this commit in the Amaroq repo today :/ https://github.com/ReticentJohn/Amaroq/commit/11e7ae7866e5b2ed8d0fe3581886e8ecc3d30fd8
I understand the animosity towards gab.ai but I expect the clients I use to leave that decision up to me.
@nolan pinafore isn't showing me toots that I send to myself. The Mastodon web client shows them under Direct Messages. FWIW Amaroq also doesn't show them. Trying to write an app to notify me when my kids leave the freezer open :)
It's official! Isabela Bagueros is now Executive Director of the Tor Project.
Read her first blog post as ED and find out her vision for Tor over the coming years: https://blog.torproject.org/strength-numbers-community-key
Why talk about politics and current events when you could be teaching everyone how to generate strong passwords? https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/11/safest-conversation-youll-have-holiday
'tis that time of year again. Here's a new #digitemp release - https://github.com/bcl/digitemp/releases/tag/v3.7.2
Aargh. While trying to fix an #xfce problem with flashing the previous desktop before unlock I've managed to make it stop locking on lid close. WAY too many switches related to suspend, screensaver, locking...
Google lost control of several million of its IP addresses for more than an hour on Monday, with traffic misdirected to China Telecom
Come celebrate the life and work of Aaron Swartz with us this weekend
at the @InternetArchive.
At @AaronSwartzDay there will be brilliant speakers, a hackathon, and
demos of our new VR experience, Spot the Surveillance.
There. I now appear to be running #fedora 29. Had to restart dnf system-upgrade multiple times until it downloaded all the packages (dnf really need to retry harder).
Today, 15 years ago, the first Fedora version was published. And if you feel a bit nostalgic you can run the first Fedora version, Fedora Core 1 in Gnome boxes on your machine :)
"Celebrate Fifteen Years of Fedora"
Cool. Another Brian Raiter talk at SeaGL this year. https://osem.seagl.org/conferences/seagl2018/program/proposals/448
Another SMT side-channel attack.