I don't understand companies/projects that say they won't make their foss app available through F-Droid because it's "insecure" 🤔
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“The US Supreme Court just dealt a devastating blow to the #MeToo movement
In her dissent, justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg called the majority ruling «egregiously wrong.»”
* Bing Ads
* Doubleclick Floodl… (whatever that might be)
* Facebook Connect
* Google AdWords
* Google Analytics
* Gravatar (is that a tracker?)
* LinkedIn Ads
* LinkedIn Analytics
* Outbrain Amplify
* Twitter Advertising
* Wordpress Stats (obviously)
And people wonder why Wordpress is slow sometimes…
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Rudloff is getting work hard on #fdroid to give us more options apps, high quality apps.
Test it and get more security into your accounts.
Don't forget, share it, someone can use too.
Thanks all time of @fdroidorg .
Most importantly, stop putting institutional events on Facebook, stop using it at universities, stop making participation in Facebook mandatory through your institutional, organization, and activist roles. You can be online, and social, and connected without supporting Facebook.
This guy looks really serious.
It’s a Diana monkey, if you’re interested. Image source unknown.
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It’s awesome how creative parents can become. I used to say “édes faszom” (literally “my sweet dick”) a lot, but obviously don’t want my kids to learn such things just yet. So I started to say “édeskömény” (“fennel”) instead. My kids like it, and I got an extra kiss from my wife for my creativity.
It’s amazing what you can find in the attic…
Thank you EU that because of the GDPR I receive emails from pretty much every company I ever contacted so they can ask me if they can keep me in their address book.
I understand the need for this (although I also see its flaws), but this is really annoying.
maybe the true name of god is so powerful because it encodes their private key
There was a q on here recently about #plume that was basically "why do we need a federated bog site?"
The reason is that long-form writing is an investment and needs the social component to thrive. We had that with RSS/comments, but Twitter and Facebook killed those.
A federated blog platform would mean: more hosts for users to choose from. Easy feedback loop via mastodon, pleroma, etc.
I'm tired of maintaining my blog, but I would be very interested in porting the content to #plume.
Fractal is considering Fracturing into two apps: Discussions and Messages.
Personally, I disagree with this idea. I prefer to have one app to map with each service. Splitting the applications instead of thinking through a proper design to solve these issues does not seem like the right solution to me. I would like to know what other users think regarding this, and how it would affect their use cases.
If you will, boost so more people can give input.
An awesome short film about Tihany, where I spent most summers during my childhood. Covered by an equally awesome piece of music by HAVASI (read: Havashi), one of today’s greatest musicians.
every programming book should start with:
“Ok so before we get into this realize that what’s best for users a lot of the time isn’t easy or best for you”
and here’s what I’m baking right now:
Cook and mash two middle sized potatoes (about 0.5kg). While it’s still warm, add half the amount of butter, the yolk of an egg, a spoon of salt, and a small amount of yeast (if you can get fresh yeast, add about a tablespoonful). Mix thoroughly, then add flour until it doesn’t stick to your hands.