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GitHub really needs to provide better insight into fork activity.

Whenever I stumble across a stagnant or unmaintained project, it's pretty much impossible to figure out if there are any active forks 😕

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Little is as satisfying as crimping your own custom Ethernet cables with just the right length.

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Bei dem ganzen Rant, was bei #XMPP nicht klappt, entsteht manchmal der Eindruck, XMPP wäre veraltet und kaputt. Was man oft vergisst, ist, was man durch XMPP bekommt:

- Einen solides, grundsätzlich standardisiertes, transparent verwaltetes Protokoll
- Eine vielfältige, durch die Privacy/FOSS-Community verwaltete Server-Struktur
- Mindestens zwei gute Server-Implementierungen
- Moderne (verschiedene!) Clients für Android, Linux und den Browser

XMPP :xmpp: ist eine einzigartige Bereicherung.

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Fascinating to see how we're treated because Google doesn't yet have our new street or address on its maps. Food delivery & couriers failing. Online services requiring addresses are baulking. Very frustrating. These services depend on Google Maps/Addresses, but Google offers no guarantees about timely updates. Rather worrying the degree to which these proprietary dependencies emerge. Should be an open gov't service! openstreetmaps.org has had our address/street for months, since I added it.

For whom it may concern: I just published a github action to lint python code with flake8 and custom args to the marketplace -> github.com/marketplace/actions

Is there a place online where (unpaid) side-project coders can find (unpaid) side-project product owners and vice versa?

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What about libraries? At my local library I can reserve a book online, get notified, when it is available and pick it up, when I have time. And because I'm a student, it costs me nothing.

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@moejoe ganz viele Bibliotheken haben so ein Angebot in der "Onleihe" App :)

I love ebooks and I love paper books. I don't love owning paper books. I'd like to use an online paper book rental/library service, but can't seem to find one - can you? If no, would you enjoy using a service like this?

I love the animated "Top 10 Company Market Cap Ranking History (1998-2018)" ( youtu.be/fobx4wIS6W0 ). Many videos on this channel are great, but this one in particular convinces me, that there will be a time after the current big tech corps ruling the world in a decade or two.

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very nice introduction to #DeepLearning by @teubi at #35c3 - if there are people interested/workingat/developing in #machinelearning we can find us these days to meet us! :) @cccupdatesbot

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Who wants to get an introduction/demo of #Emacs #orgmode which is the most awesome tool to organize your digital life on #35c3?
Contact me and I'll try to set up a proper demo.
It's not about editors, I'm using #vim on a daily basis! #PIM

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RT @JonErlichman@twitter.com

Things that didn't exist on Christmas 15 years ago:

iPhone
Facebook
YouTube
Twitter
Instagram
iPad
Netflix streaming
Google Maps
Snapchat
Spotify
Android
Uber
Lyft
Alexa
Airbnb
App Store
Google Chrome
WhatsApp
Fitbit
Waze
Slack
Square
Dropbox
Pinterest
Venmo
Bitcoin
Hulu
Kindle

🐦🔗: twitter.com/JonErlichman/statu

What’s the best online german language *non-click-baity* publisher of interesting high-quality writing? (E.g. regarding society, politics, economy, philosophy, tech ... but could be anything really.)

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Erstaunlich, aber wahr: Der amerikanische Comic-Autor Jason Lutes hat mit seiner Serie ein schärferes Abbild des Berlin der Jahre 1928-33 gezeichnet -- mit tieferen Charakteren und interessanteren Geschichten -- als die völlig zu unrecht gehypte Babylon-TV Serie es je könnte. Über 20 Jahre hat Lutes an der Reihe gearbeitet. Wer also wirklich in diese Zeit eintauchen möchte:

Buch 1: drawnandquarterly.com/berlin-b
Buch 2: drawnandquarterly.com/berlin-b
Buch 3: drawnandquarterly.com/berlin-b

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