The rms-open-letter hardcodes the signatures into index.md and asks signers to put the name in the correct alphabetical order like chumps doing error-prone work that is better suited for a computer.
The rms-support-letter people instead ask you to add a unique file and then a 1-line script in a template sort it.
An support letter for RMS is literally more sensible software than an open letter against him.
This is a list of organizations that are actively trying to destroy free software with politics and popularity contests.
KDE is still based.
BIG-IP? More like GAPING-IP
Hackers are exploiting a server vulnerability with a severity of 9.8 out of 10.
#chatcontrol is an EU plan to spy in real time on *all* your communication, including encrypted messengers like Signal. Let me put it bluntly: If the state doesn't trust me, I will never trust the state. This is unacceptable. Period.
I think it's awful that Eugene's piss-poor code potentially exposed the personal information of thousands.
It's entirely possible that the vulnerability I kept trying to tell Eugene about was used to pop gab but that's none of my business
maybe don't suspend security researchers, you'll receive more (and better) bug reports :/
Heavy metal legends and outspoken copyright maximalists Metallica played a concert on Twitch, only to find their audio replaced with royalty-free chiptune library music by an automated copyright filter:
So e.g. @email@example.com are excluded, or can they be good boys, too? (Among other difficulties pointed out in my review).