as I see you're hosting an anarchist libary. Great! :-)
the shift from copy-left to permissive open source licenses is a very unfortunate development
some fun facts about USSR
- there was zero inflation for 40 years
- average vacation for workers was 20+ days
- highest income gap was 10 to 1
- there was no segregation, professors , nurses, plumbers, everybody just lived in the same housing side by side
- highest paid citizens weren't politicians or CEOs, it was artists, professors, writers, and scientists
If you want a good source for cool mathy stuff that's useful in programming, check out the "Pure & constructive mathematics in theory and use" channel on Telegram:
just woke up from a horrible dream in which a well-meaning 10-year-old wizard had stolen the word "fuck" from the world
i was working with a loose coalition of sailors, cooks, and software people to rediscover it, or create an alternative, because we all needed to yell it frequently to do our jobs
"bazt" and "corm" just weren't working but nobody at the meeting wanted to say it because that's the best we had after a week
@brown121407 me too! I’ve got to the point where I keep trying to use emacs key bindings in any other software I use.
Yay, looks like people are making their own browser engines:
Good oingoing discussion in the GNU ethical repository evaluation for SourceHut thread:
If you want to get an idea of where SourceHut's moral compass lies with respect to these issues, this is a good read for you.
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