pleroma's first release! (hoping to see also nextcloud social https://github.com/nextcloud/social first relase) https://blog.soykaf.com/post/pleroma-release-0.9.9/
aah now i @gentoo account have " Client authentication failed due to unknown client, no client authentication included, or unsupported authentication method. "
[EN] The video of our talk at the @fosdem is on our #Peertube channel ! Thanks to Aleks from #Yunohost for the editing !
[FR] La vidéo de notre conférence au @fosdem
est sur notre chaîne #Peertube ! Merci à Aleks de #Yunohost pour le montage !
#fosdem https://t.co/2x335yBj7o https://twitter.com/ExodusPrivacy/status/1098901472597721090
Illustrated: Various Linux distros fighting for Linux desktop, servers, and IoT/embedded user base.
PS: i use gentoo, btw. https://t.co/dgf27fwinb
I respectfully disagree with this headline. I’ve known Mark Zuckerberg for at least 12 years, and he’s never cared about privacy as most define it, IMO. Even when FB was much smaller. The turning point came in 2006 with the introduction of the News Feed. https://t.co/yR3Jx0mpGs https://twitter.com/waltmossberg/status/1098910398613463042
Linux kernel through 4.20.10 vulnerability to arbitrary code execution
looks a patch is in master/5.0 https://t.co/LrKzcF1DjR
Anyone at #FOSDEM who want to support us make the "Public Money #PublicCode" video available in more languages? Please come tou our booth (currently dubbed in English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Russian) https://t.co/s3G8keviPd https://twitter.com/fsfe/status/1091984889149300737
So for context, the full backstory is that this is effectively reverting a patch that landed in https://t.co/VEwX6ZsHTN, where a Google property broke and they changed the browser to not comply with the spec instead of fixing their website :(
ActivityPub - Final thoughts, one year later. via /r/privacy https://t.co/hOZh4Thbh2 https://twitter.com/Reddit_Privacy/status/1090245916362186753
Continuous integration tool for the Linux kernel.
Supports Jenkins and Patchwork.