Is there an open source, maybe self hosted alternative to WakaTime? I've been using WakaTime to track my work time lately and really liked it. It is however closed source and billed.

One of my dogs likes tennis balls and the other likes sticks. I am getting them this educational toy so that they will learn about topology.

I'm looking for a resource that is similar to a privacy toolkit for consumers but that is focused on small website owners.

I'm hoping for something that will for example tell you about Matomo as alternative to Google Analytics. That will tell you how to avoid placing Facebook tracking pixels and how to spot your site using other resources (like fonts and libraries) that track your users. Maybe even recommend some static-site systems?

Does anyone know of something like that? :boost_ok:

In the past 48 hours I've seen "If you use a tiling window manager you're probably a racist toxic fossbro", "if you support FOSS you're likely a liberal or a toxic fossbro", "If you use emacs you're part of the problem" and uh...

Can we just stop putting people in bins based on what tools they use and, more likely, what they had available to them when they first learned how to interact with tech?

Y'all stressing me out because I've seen these funny little takes go viral and become zeitgeist material.

@hhardy01 @fribbledom Wat? Scientific journals aren't coffee shops, they either survive on stolen taxpayer money like Elsevier et al or properly spent taxpayer money like e.g. Glossa and other full OA journals, not patrons that enjoy boutique science in overpriced servings.

"Destroy science"!? Man, the audacity! If science has to depend on selling stuff to "survive", it's already destroyed.

"Police are warning students and universities not to access Sci-Hub, an "illegal website" that allows users to download scientific research papers normally locked behind expensive subscriptions."

Very bad indeed. That name again: Sci-Hub. Remember it so you can avoid it. Ahem.

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