@luna i wonder what pcap files do
@jess but it can be discreet
“free speech” is not a dogwhistle.
ice cold take, free software and nazis
@babbage “free speech” is not a dogwhistle.
@vantablack happy birday mfer
@vantablack can you just email them? my limited experience with CA authorities suggests they are reasonably modern wrt comms
"When I went to school, it was right after the Sixties and before this general wave of practical purposefulness had set in. Now students aren’t even thinking in idealistic terms, or at least nowhere near as much. They certainly are not letting any of the philosophical issues of the day take up too much of their time as they study their business majors. The idealistic wind of the Sixties was still at our backs, though, and most of the people I know who are my age have that engrained in them forever." —Steve Jobs
dear #lazyweb: I need an extremely comfy chair for reading for long periods. Ideally it has a circular metal base and rotates freely around the center of that. Ideally low ability to absorb/retain airborne allergens. Please advise.
Ubiquiti adds phone-home to the access point firmware
(submitted by shantara)
my 21st birthday
@vantablack don’t let a sixteenth century pope get you down like that
@trwnh software is just text files, and it is not implicitly always better to share all the text files on your machines, no. database dumps, for example. secrets and keeping them have value. privacy advocates seem to get this. source code isn’t property and “sharing” is the wrong term. modifications are a secret until that secret is blown. blowing that secret is not always a benefit.
@trwnh no, gpl is quite enforceable and *has been enforced*. i don’t think agpl will be the same way.