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I am looking for solutions to provide auto-generated live-caption by myself (on my scrensharing then) if tools for online calls and meetups don't provide those. But I'm not sure how.

Misinformation About Permissions Policy & FLoC - Seirdy: seirdy.one/2021/04/16/permissi

Yeah, I've set this header. Just please don't badger other webmasters to do so. It'd be more effective to discourage using Chrome.

Does anyone know a good tutorial about how to write CGI scripts for #gemini?

@gcrkrause has kindly mirrored my music to FunkWhale. It's missing some more recent releases, but still - there's a lot of my work available for listening there, on a FOSS, self-hosted platform
soundship.de/library/artists/6
#unfa #FunkWhale #Music

@daniels because you do not do anything "continuously". You build your software nightly. If something breaks, you have to check _all_ merges from the day before, possibly hundreds!

Continuously building would be _every_ push to the repository and every PR _before_ it gets merged.

I checked photos from our last Zoo visit. Due to the pandamic we can't visit the zoo right now. Maybe you like the photos.

I've been re-building my blog list (I haven't edited the list in years, just export and import right into my current reader, FreshRSS).

Who are some folks I should subscribe to (RSS only please, I don't use email for this)?

E.g. added a whitespace before and after a specific context.

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Maybe someone of you knows a tool that could solve our problem:

We have a large file base tracked with Git. We export those files out of a system.
Furthermore, we use the differences to assert that the system works as expected.

Is there any tool that accepts an expected diff and uses that as assertion?

So I can execute an export, create the expected diff as input, export again and execute a given tool to check the diff works?

The diff needs to be checked for all changed files multiple times.

The value of being nice in a world where Freedom is about the freedom to say "NO" :)

What's your favorite system package manager (e.g. apt/dpkg, yum/rpm, dnf/rpm, pacman, portage, NOT e.g. npm, pip, cargo) and why?

Like, I'm sure, many of you I hate DRM. The attempts by publishers to prevent the files they distribute online from getting copied. (Though this was also been applied to CDs, DVDs, & even VHS)

The way this impacts me personally is through the peer pressure to enjoy popculture, and DRM ensures that peer pressure extends to proprietary software used to play said media which has shown itself to be untrustworthy.

The best way I know to fight is by pushing alternative entertainment... You?

@popey I use mastodon :) Honestly, it's not as crazy as it sounds and allows direct integration into the fediverse. carlschwan.eu/2020/12/29/addin

let's do something fun, I'm thinking of making my own (neo)vim :vim: cheatsheet , would you guys contribute any recommendations of useful things? perhaps this can become a blogpost

Boosts appreciated

LWN-Article about Gemini

Linux Weekly News has a nice writeup about Gemini that might be interesting to read:

https://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/845446/2a7d4ab4298e32fc/

#Gemini #LWN
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