It is proven! I am ktweed on Keybase: https://keybase.io/ktweed/sigchain#50f2d4aaaa6d65e56507852d0de3caa4e8a7148d3b9965f690d27b91ba0a959f0f
Google wrongly terminated our new business via our Google Play Developer Account by Mark Dodson https://medium.com/p/google-wrongly-terminated-our-new-business-via-our-google-play-developer-account-5f5b7b742542
Holy crap. I didn't know I had this in me. I just coded the most aesthetically pleasing new tab page I've ever seen. The search bar even works and searches #DuckDuckGo.
All that's left is hosting it locally so I get blazing speeds.
"New Zealand: Travellers refusing digital search now face $5000 customs fine" https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/367642/travellers-refusing-digital-search-now-face-5000-customs-fine
I managed to talk to my school's IT guy today, and found out the reason for everything being blocked: They block SSH. I'm a bit disappointed that they won't allow SSH, but I can understand it, since they block lots of VPNs too, and he said the main reason for blocking it was tunneling. My VPN works though, so I'll just have to run everything through it.
How do I state which network to use when trying to connect to something over a VPN?
For example: When I'm on 4G (and some other WiFi networks, but not all) and connected to my home network via OpenVPN and want to connect to something on my network thru 192.168.0.x, it'll connect fine. Be it in a web browser or SSH via Termux.
Whenever I try to use any, I get blocked for anywhere from 15 minutes to a day. I have to make sure I close everything on my laptop or I have to get someone else to log in for me. I find the Ubuntu Repos the worst, because in their "Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement" they say we have to keep our computers up to date.
I just published my first article to the Fosstodon Hub community blog - Do you have to use an Open Source OS to be a FOSS contributor?
If you're interested in contributing to the community blog, take a look here - https://hub.fosstodon.org/about
I've just released Mastodon De-Mob, an anti-harassment tool that lets users to block everyone who favorited or boosted a toot calling for harassment. https://mastodon-de-mob.codesections.com/
Please feel free to test it out with the example URL I provided; that will only block a test account I set up for this purpose. Hopefully, you won't ever need it for real.
It also reports the harassing toot, which I hope will prevent the tool's abuse for non-harassing toots.
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