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I'm planning on writing about the recuperation of #FLOSS into modern capitalism, effectively moving it away from consumers. Does anyone have any reading suggestions?
Classic exotifying kitch music video from Ylvis, still relevant for fedi
The most problematic candidate for fediverse/mastodon anthem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASywAfBAVrQ
I'm really worried about Sweden. Containment measures are in place and things look OK so far, but it also has the second fewest number of intensive care beds per capita in Europe due to 20 years of neoliberal cost-cutting, and the healthcare system is in shambles at the best of times.
If anything like Italy happens, it will probably be much, much worse here.
I actually mostly want this for a private gitea installation, but I might have others.
Dear lazyweb, is there a good way to do dynamic DNS:ing for a web server running on a Raspberry Pi at home (which may or may not be benind one or more (CG-)NATs)? I have previously used pagekite, but I'm not sure how reliable it is.
Bonus points if it helps with domain certificates etc. Preferably I'd like apt install internet-accessible & edit a config file.
Given how many posts about instance admins being involved in, at best, very unproductive beefs is not exactly convincing me that this decentralised moderation concept actually scales. I’m getting the feeling that mastodon is essentially becoming a chaotic web of mini-Twitters now run by people who are unaccustomed to power and therefore ill-equipped for it and often outright dangerous.
(Except my instance admins, who are sweet angels of course)
It's like it's trying to be several different langages and none of them work right because it has to be compatible with Java
At this point I don't even understand the point of Scala
MA in #LIS, BA in #GenderStudies, now PhD student in #ComputerScience working with #SMT #solvers for security analysis. Currently interested in #Compilers, #ConstraintProgramming, and #ProgrammingLanguages.
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