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@kev The bot should probably have their post unlisted, right now they're visible in the public timeline.

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#bountysource changed their ToS such that bounties that have been posted more than 2 years ago will be seized by them (probably to fund the blockchain company that bought bountysource a while back). The change will become active July 1. If you have any bounties on bountysource posted before June 30, 2018 you can ask to redeploy your bounty on a new issue once.

@microg will no longer advertise the use of bountysource for issue bounties. Please refrain from posting new bounties there.

I wonder what my Mastercard card will be renamed to now?

If you use the e-mail client @k9mail for Android, please give this feature request some love!

github.com/k9mail/k-9/issues/4

It's mine and it's the ability to sort the folders and conversations seperately from each other.

The real issue isn't what Apple (and others) are doing here, the issue is that people keep buying their products and by that tell everyone it's okay to be evil, greedy and not care about either the customer or the planet—because they will buy their crap anyway—as long as it's cool enough.

"Apple crushes one-man repair shop in Norway’s Supreme Court, after three-year battle" – repair.eu/fr/news/apple-crushe

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Yet another reason to not use systemd...

Don't fallback to Google NTP and DNS. · Issue #12499 · systemd/systemd · GitHub
github.com/systemd/systemd/iss

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How old is your primary computer?

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The web scam known as Brave browser gets caught, again, doing shady stuff. This time they stuff their affiliate links/code into your searches and URLs so that Brave makes money each time you visit certain sites.

People need to stop using Brave. It's a bad faith actor in the browser market. At this point even Chrome would be preferable.

davidgerard.co.uk/blockchain/2

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How many apps are you using (except of the terminal emulator) daily?

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So a work colleague sent out an invite over Google Calendar to a videoconference hosted on our company Jitsi server yesterday, and because Google is "smart" they decided to add prominent links to *its own service* to the invite...as in more prominent than the actual link to our Jitsi server that we were using. It did so without asking permission or prior warning.

After the customer sat in an empty Google meeting for 10 minutes we phoned directly to direct him to the proper meeting...

How old is your primary computer?

@PixelDroid Where's the pictures and the information? The website or this account doesn't give you any reason as to why anyone should install this client at all. :)

I've been in contact with multiple laser cutting companies lately and they all have one thing in common; they don't know what a SVG-file is. Why?

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