If you're ever wondering "How the hell does my company find customers", remember that there's a place that says...
"Our company specializes in the design of a variety of equipment to thicken the ice on lakes and rivers for commercial and industrial purposes," Rossington noted. "We undertake contracts to build ice all across Canada."
If the ice thickeners found a market, you can, too.
Man I wish I was a woman so anything negative said to me was automatically considered harassment and anybody actually gave a damn.
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: