In order to preserve privacy of apartment dwellers, subway trains in Singapore block the view from passagers when they pass near residential buildings.

If you are even remotely interested in privacy or security in IT, especially for individuals, please take a look at

What you're looking at is a disinfo campaign by big auto designed to incite irrational fear by weaponizing actual problems and horrific acts of violence in order to persuade Massachusetts residents to sign away their right to repair what they rightfully own and paid for.

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Don't let them get away with this

@a1batross I … think I managed to finally start a chat with you on Matrix.

All it took was 4 days of getting NetBSD to work on rk3399 with a 115200 baud rate and not crashing on heavy I/O :). Porting Synapse to NetBSD I already did earlier.

I just commited to . In case anyone wants to run a on or any other OS supported by .

Can we please, please – PLEASE! not make the nonsensical US date format month/day/year the default in applications? 🤦‍♂️


And to all users of that format: it makes no sense, it's counter-intuitive, it makes collaboration frustrating, it introduces inconsistencies and errors... Just stop. Please. Use international standards.
(And don't get me started on your other units of weights, volumes and distances. Bloody hell.)

Boost if I'm right.

open 👏 source 👏 projects 👏 should 👏 not 👏 use 👏 closed 👏 chat 👏 platforms

And the script command has become my friend, because the terminal on doesn't allow scrolling up.

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And of course, bootstrap on is broken. I already did a few fixes over the week, but it's still not there.

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I noticed that I didn't try @ObjFW on in a long while. I can't even find a compiler supporting ObjC for it anymore. Now I'm bootstrapping , so that I can build a compiler with it.

I could just build a compiler, of course, but bootstrapping pkgsrc gives me a lot of other things as well.

Apparently WireGuard's author is unhappy about the implementation merged into NetBSD and calls it "wireguard", repeatedly saying, approximately, that being a WireGuard implementation isn't just about sending packets correctly.

It's really cool that he's willing to invest time into adding a good supportable implementation into NetBSD. But what I find rude here is that he is going out of the way to refuse to go into any specifics of what, exactly, being a WireGuard implementation means.

"You're wrong, and I REFUSE TO EXPLAIN WHAT MAKES YOU WRONG, until Sep 1."

Can we all be more polite than that?

I found the mailing list thread from the following fedi-thread:

Holy shit

The maintainer of harfbuzz got fucking black bagged by Iran and they're threatening his friends and family

Hello from first ever Pleroma, and so Fediverse instance, running on Russian MCST Elbrus CPU.

Instance is running in testing mode and will die someday. Let this post federate further so the history will never be forgotten. :)

@theruran @thegibson when you think about it, the reason that www came to dominate the internet may have been as simple as the fact that it became a much easier way to distribute and update applications, which has little to do with what the web was designed for.

In the end, it’s the browser-as-terminal that allowed us to give-up the freedom of personal computers for the convenience of the mainframe known as “the cloud”.

Time to take the power back.

Released 5 editions of MNT ZZ9000 firmware 1.7 Beta 2:

And ZZTop 1.1 with voltage monitoring:

Core Voltage should be ~1.8V, if it's higher, you need ~the fix~!

Firefox market share vs Mozilla Foundation chair salary for last year financials are available (2018)

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Also, does someone now if something like is available in rss or atom? Or via email? Or at least some way to get a notification about new certs for my domain?
Refreshing a pinned tab and not forgetting to do so isn't really my way of doing infosec.

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