#Tesla reduces cars range by 130km via remote configuration and demands $4500 to restore the original range.
Isn't it great if you don't own things anymore? Just rent it and everybody will be happy.
They both use Ubuntu and don't like Snaps.
Firefox is the first thing they installed to get rid of Snaps.
Looking forward to exchange experience with them in the future.
"cached content is no longer shared between domains [....]
This means the primary benefit of shared public CDNs is no longer relevant for any modern browsers. [...]
It's best to avoid them wherever possible, primarily by self-hosting your content with a caching reverse-proxy in front, to cheaply and easily build high-performance web applications."
people say "why is it bad if someone doesnt know what a file is" and then my mom hands me her phone with 64gb of storage and no free space because she keeps downloading things and never deleting them and every time she needs something again she re-downloads it instead of finding it in the file explorer
I love to share knowledge and gather with other folks.
I guess one can see that.
This photo was taken during last weekend when I joined the NCA (=Never Code Alone) event.
You can watch the session (in German): https://invidious.namazso.eu/watch?v=SttoIF_wtRM
First federated comment to a gitea instance from another instance:
We are 🤏 close to a fully federated ActivityPub based git platform. All we need is federated PRs and some level of control access to keep bots and trolls away from flooding the comments
I *also* think that maintainers, in general, don't get enough thanks for the work they do, in general. It's tough, usually underfunded, and unappreciated work. And decisions need to be made.
But the better projects encourage their users to learn to be participants, empowered.
1. Since we're #FOSS developers, our tools should be #FreeSoftware too.
2. Monopolies are never a good idea.
3. By using a walled garden, we're excluding potential contributors.
4. By using #Microsoft products, we're supporting a producer of #tracking malware and an #NSA collaborator.
This is a worrying trend.
Yes, having these features in our smartphones is convenient, but they shouldn't replace the well-established, smartphone-free options.
I wonder when shops will stop accepting cash. Wait, scratch that. Just last month I was in a Budapest caffe, where the only available means of payment were cards or Android/Apple Pay.
I sincerely hope this is just a lone example.
Output current date in format: YYYY-mm-dd
And output tomorrow in the same format.
$today = new \DateTime();
$tomorrow = $today->modify('+1day');
"Where do you see yourself in 5 years?"
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