I'm still low-key annoyed that the German gender star doesn't make much sense if one follows glob(1) rules. Brace expansion would be slightly better, but I hope that in the end we will end up with a proper regex. Sure, "Bürger(?:innen)*" might be a bit hard to pronounce, but when did that ever stop the German language?
Apache config to opt out of FLoC for your visitors
# cat /etc/apache2/conf-available/fuck-google.conf
Header always set Permissions-Policy: interest-cohort=()
# a2enconf fuck-google
Enabling conf fuck-google.
To activate the new configuration, you need to run:
systemctl reload apache2
# systemctl reload apache2
# curl -sI https://alexschroeder.ch/|grep Perm
Rewrote the 100R website as an extremely simple wiki(200 lines of C89) with redlinks, templating and includes support.
Anyone interested in creating a static wiki, and learning a bit of C at the same time, might be interested in forking it to build their own wiki.
Lemme know if you have any question~
its fucked up nowadays, you cant just make a thing. you have to make a running series of that thing, which goes on forever, and has a patreon, a mailing list, a discord channel, an official wiki, a fan wiki, a prima strategy guide, its own cryptocurrency, flag, national anthem, nuclear deterrent, etc
This is the best website ever: http://nineties.website
I found it today. It is... It's the best thing ever. http:// is a nice touch!
This website is best viewed at 1024x768. (on a CRT monitor)
The whole RMS debacle (it is one, no matter where you stand) made me wonder: Is there a good "new" free software voice out there (so at least under 40)?
Not just a famous open source developer, not just someone who's spreading the Linux distro of their choice, someone with something to say and preferably nothing to sing?