min 0:39:32 Macke:
"En este momento supe exactamente porque mi padre siempre me caía muy bien.
¡No lo conocía!
min 1:17:55 Nene:
"Ahora se porque (mi padre) siempre me caía muy bien.
¡No lo conocía!
|Date time||2020-05-26 14:00:24.5 UTC|
|Location||18.02 S ; 177.97 W|
|Date time||2020-05-26 13:55:53.7 UTC|
|Location||37.81 N ; 72.78 E|
I would hope FB will be dead in 5 let alone 10."On the other hand, you have people like the owners of Google, Facebook and Microsoft. They tell you it’s better to give up [privacy]— it helps society, it’s pointless to try." http://techrights.org/2020/05/22/hsw-echelon/
apparently people don’t care about privacy,"We already know that most people aren’t going to yet. Look around, very few are resisting it. But it’s much more than no one."
I think we should just concentrate on making the fediverse better and try the subliminal approachone thing the fediverse (practically ALL of it) could do is get the fuck off microsoft github...
Wait…github is Microsoft???oh yes, since october 2018: http://techrights.org/wiki/index.php/OctoGNU_timeline https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GitHub#Acquisition_by_Microsoft
I do my best to not support Microsoft…so do i. ive moved my programming language from being cpython (github) based to pypy, and ditched pygame.
The problem is partly that github just worked;, so moving away from it and all your development team, who are probably using github for other projects / work too is probably far easier said than done.absolutely it is. thats the whole point of it. which is why in 2015, richard stallman told gnu maintainers not to use it. in 2016, gnu radio and gnustep chose to ignore that warning. in 2018, it was bought by microsoft. and the gnustep and gnu radio maintainers (the leaders, at least) still do not care.
Vendor lock in wins again in some cases.unfortunately, the fsf (while having the correct stance on this) is not doing enough to warn people about this lock-in. its a serious threat, and the fsf likes to respond to serious threats by making nearly-lukewarm suggestions to avoid generalised versions of those threats that nobody notices or cares about.
I moved a whole load of stuff from github a while back... I went from 50 odd repositories to <20all of that is good, all of that is progress. microsoft wants people to dance to their drum. its best to dance farther and farther away from them.
am I the only one that sees a pattern here?no, but youre in the minority of people who think it matters.
this may be seen my more hard core developers as dumbing down, I would see it as being more pro-active in seeking developers etc.torvalds learned on basic first, so everybody starts somewhere. i dont think its a problem if developers start simple. on the contrary, a lot of what i do is about trying to figure out what it would be like if it were easier.