@leip4Ier hmm. Black holing yourself. Always “F.U.N.”
@plsburydoughboy thnx I’ll check that out.
@plsburydoughboy no. When was this and what caused them to risk a court case like that?
@luna they are acting like teenagers.
I wish these kind of people would just gtfu. There not funny or clever. And it’s great of more people enjoy gaming (👨 and 👩 alike and equal). Gaming was always the great equalizer in that it doesn’t matter what your sex is. Just that you enjoy playing.
And to any woman encountering this bs. Just ignore the kids and enjoy your game. There are better players around that will value you for your skill, not anything else.
@moznews @Firefox you striped out the link. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2019/10/guide-new-experimental-css-devtools-firefox/ there it is.
@schestowitz Intellectual Property is the false notion that companies can claim ownership of there employees brains.
We should do something about that and copyright if we want to have a better and fairer society (imho)
@saxnot possibly..... but that is a hidden Defect. Sshhhh ;)
python, capital letters
While python is certainly the most flexible critical part of the os there are also good ways to isolate your python bits (virtualenv). Also this is present in more than just python.
Languages with this issue I know has it:
And anything part of the boot proces can mess it up if config is wrong. This is not new.
Need help finding a job
The link is to a specific episode with great tips On self employed/ career switching/ getting a job.
I wish you luck in this field (and unless they pay for a senior dev ignore all senior labels in the requirements. Almost all are nonsense.
@saxnot if you did the install. Than yes Debian is better for him. Arch is An is that you should install yourself, so you know where what is.
But better is subjective. No distro is better than any other distro unless you know the intended use. So better means a better fit for your use. And if that’s not a #FOSS system ask yourself if it’s you that uses the software. Or is the software (ab-) using you?
@rin where did you find that?
Or are you nearly observing how most people use docs?
‘RTFM’ exists for a reason ;) and likely gitlab/Hub show the reader.md when you open the project page...
So. While most ppl still “can not read” it’s not as bad as the “HUMANCENTiPAD” at reading
@shadow8t4 they choose to not lose face in China. (And immediate losing a ton of money). But chose to lose some public credit and some money from people (over-) reacting to this. It was a lose-lose situation for blizzard and I wish they could have avoided it. But basically ‘blitzchung’ violates his contract in a public way and blizzard just had to act. Since all actions open for them were bad they chose the one action with the least amount of legal cost & consequence.
If this was a sports bond no one would have bet an eye about it at all.
As a public professional (sports) player you are not the same as everyone else. The things you say and do carry not only weight but also the the name of others your associated with.
As a thought experiment: try and see how you would act if this was a pro-basketball player and it was the basketball league that did this type of action.
@shadow8t4 but there not silencing just someone. There silencing an employee (as I understand it all pro players in the cup are under contract with blizzard).
Also blizzard only acted when it had to act. Not before there were other ways for him to do activism that would not force blizzards hands. And when they were forced. They were still quite lenient.
He is only given a slap on the wrist and some disciplinary actions.
@benjancewicz associate’s name is the best. Always helpful and together with helpful colleague has been the heart of corporations name....
@shadow8t4 if you can say the following:
“In the first six months of 2019, Activision Blizzard made 12 percent of its revenue—396 million dollars—in the Asia Pacific region. Much of that certainly came from China.
Than maybe you got a point. As it currently stands Blizzard should first and foremost protect its own interests and their access to the Chinese market. And not have one of there employees threaten that. (He got there 💰)
@sjw @sjw you still need to have a webservice open to the world. Probably better to use openvpn than (on port 443 with forward to a tls website) you can than even bypass most stupid corporate firewalls that block ssh connections.
It’s also more secure than a webservice without client side certificates since it will not allow any traffic without except for allowed traffic. (No brute force)
@sjw @sjw look into https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SSH_keys the arch people are pretty good at explaining why and how to use keys. Keys are always superior to passwords (something you know) because it’s something you have. That you can encrypt with a password that does not leave your system. No one except for people having the key can than use your account. (You can even use a https://www.nitrokey.com to store the thing securely in that’s outside the 💻.
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