Are there any "corporate-approved" licenses that close the SaaS loophole?

I can kind of see the potential dangers for them (the defn for "Corresponding Sources" is pretty broad), but why not release a more palatable license that fixes the same problems?

Forever lamenting the fact that there's no ambidextrous/left handed version of the MX Master 😭

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Thank you and Happy New Year!

pine64.org/2021/12/29/pinephon

"Connect to Mi Fit to get weather info."

Lol how about no.. With a little help from Tiny Weather Forecast Germany, GadgetBridge can do anything!

Relevant comic:

―hey do you guys have this movie?
―no
―what about you guys
―no
―well can't say i didn't try

*puts on a cloak and heads out for torrenting*
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Adding type safety to partially-typed TypeScript projects is one of my favorite puzzles. It has certainly surpassed sudoku, edging past crosswords. 🧩😀

Okay I read into it further. Basically... everyone uses webpack, and webpack jumbles everything together so it's difficult to comply with LibreJS bc you have to tell it every license for all the code on the site.

So I guess the solution is that librejs needs a webpack plugin and that isn't feasible (it's been tried). Meh.

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Just tried out the LibreJS plug in. I think it's a really cool idea.

The one issue is how difficult it seems to be for site devs to support LibreJS. Even PeerTube maintainers seemed annoyed with a request to become LibreJS-compliant (github.com/Chocobozzz/PeerTube)

I'm not sure what, but something needs to improve...

C++ test! what's the output of:
std::cout << 1000 - 0100 + 0010 - 0001 << std::endl

To the awesome users of 2021: the pmOS port needs a new maintainer, reach out if interested.

Repeated tasks:
* update the kernel (build, verify, pmaports MR)
* test new releases
* fix bugs/make improvements

If we don't find a maintainer, we'll drop it from the next release. It's a hard decision for such a beloved device, but if it is barely used, we better focus our limited time/energy elsewhere. If dropped, it goes back to "testing" and can still be used in pmOS edge with pmbootstrap.

Of course I know the reason ... they aren't trustworthy 😂

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I don't understand why FB hasn't made WhatsApp clients open source yet. That seems like a really easy way to build trust..

I love my Samsung phone, but gosh darn do they ruin it with all the un-uninstallable apps...

Moral of the story: don't buy nVidia hardware. Stop rewarding this bad actor. Stop complaining about about "but normal people don't Linux" while you aren't telling normal people to avoid nVidia.

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Wooo the feeling of fitting an OS onto old (but still decent) hardware is a feeling that's hard to beat!

Sure I had to turn off the video drivers and I haven't figured out how to get the sleep settings right, but that's a challenge for another day :)

Well darn. I'm not seeing anything (I think there's some graphics thing) and I can't get to the Grub Menu 😔 wish there was like a Linux Handyman™ that I could call to do this for me 😂

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