Die niedrigen Steuerbeiträge in diesen Ländern kosten uns am Ende alle etwas. Wenn wir das Problem international angehen würden, dann hätten selbst diese Geldsenken etwas davon.
A couple of months ago I tooted looking for a vector grid-based editor. Nothing came up so we (Manufactura Independente) set out to make one.
It still has a set of kinks, but it's usable to the point that we've been using it to make a few designs.
We plan to release it in Feb/Mar under a free software copyleft license (AGPL). It runs on the browser with no server-side logic and no tracking.
If you'd like to try the beta and tell us about your experience, that'd be fab! Just reply to this toot and we'll get in touch.
We'll be live-posting updates for the BalCCon Beginner CTF on the fediverse, check out @knedla
capitalism has been sinful from the beginning, but if you live in the right position, with the right amount of privilege, you can almost ignore those sins
"it works fine on my machine"
Against the Logic of the Guillotine
Why the Paris Commune Burned the Guillotine—and We Should Too
I think that's a very good text and I wish all people on the left read it.
I just need ONE MORE #cccamp2019 ticket to make sure everyone in my Mexican squad who can go to camp makes it there.
Please retoot or let me know what I need to do to incentivize folks.
If you have submitted patches (or translations) to Mastodon before and they've become part of the software, you can go here:
And submit an invoice for your work 💰
Are there any good web performance analysis tools that take into account http/2 and help with optimizing http/2 push?
Most tools I've seen still give optimization advice that was valid 5 years ago with HTTP/1.1 but is actively harmful in a http/2 setup.
I'm interested in web perf analysis tools in general, so even if you don't know if a particular tool takes into account http/2, please pass links to your favourite tools! (web service, cli, GUI, whatever floats your boat)
another thing i want to work on is creating an economic network inside the fediverse.
by this, i don’t mean something like bitcoin or some other method of value exchange, but instead solving a more fundamental problem.
the fediverse is largely comprised of people who have small businesses (like bespoke commissions, etsy stores, small companies, etc.), but we don’t have any way of discovering who can sell or provide what you’re looking for.
i want to try to find solutions to this problem — keeping $ flowing inside the fediverse, from participant to participant, helps indirectly to fund fediverse development: if there’s more $ flowing inside the fediverse, then there’s more opportunity for that $ to make it into the hands of the people building the network. also, keeping the $ inside the fediverse helps to more directly benefit fediverse participants in general. it’s a good situation for everyone.
keeping more of the $$$ inside the fediverse is a very early step toward building a self-reliant fediverse, which contributes to the eventual death of the nation-state.
Dear WebDevs and SysAdmins: Do you have any recommendations on how to find out how to accellerate loading of a .js heavy web application by analyzing the dependency graph and utilizing HTTP/2 push to preheat the browser cache?
With the browser being 45% idle during loading the application, I'm pretty sure I can shave off another second or even more by optimizing load-order and cache-preheating.
Any hints or tools you'd recommend for analysis?
I am fucking *furious* at Constanze Kurz right now! She answered an official inquiry to the CCC (where someone looked for women to speak to about why there were so few women in the CCC) in a completely unacceptable, pretty openly anti-feminist fashion. She denied the request saying "we are a hacker's association, we deal with technical topics [not social ones]".
She proved this way that she is unfit to represent the many women inside the CCC.
Student at TU Wien, member of CTF Team We_0wn_Y0u. Interests: InfoSec/GFX/FE-Sim/AI/Rust/C++.
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