But a bouncer logs all the messages in the chats it's connected to. Freenode's policies (https://freenode.net/policies) say:
> freenode does not collect or log private or public chat.
Isn't Freenode violating its own policies by offering a logging bouncer service?
“On May 25th, Andrew Lee conducted a channel takeover of unprecedented breadth on freenode; assuming control of hundreds of channels, many of which were legitimately registered by FOSS and peer-directed organizations who had once used freenode for their channels in order to erase the wishes of those who had since chose to move elsewhere.”
Everything does “intelligent” suggestions these days, where suggestions for words or search queries or whatever are presented to you as you type.
Does anyone else feel like this is a kind of “denial of service” attack on the brain..? I just found myself reaching for the address bar to type something, then after the first word I couldn’t help but read Safari’s suggested query, and that completely threw me off and I had to stop and think for a while before I remembered what I actually wanted.
Ubuntu 20.10 released with a bug which would "brick" Ubuntu for nvidia users: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gdm3/+bug/1845801
If you installed proprietary drivers (which is an option in the installer) and enabled auto login (also an option in the installer), GDM would just not let you log in. The only solution was to use a TTY to change the GDM config via the command line to disable auto login.
I don't think it's acceptable to have releases with bugs like this.
Ubuntu 21.04 released with:
* A completely broken Nextcloud client package which segfaults on launch
* A broken desktop icons extension where selecting a region doesn't work properly if you have multiple screens
Is the "always release in April /October without exception" model broken? Would a "Feature freeze in early April/October, release when high priority bugs are fixed" model be better?
AFL++ (American Fuzzy Lop ++) is actually really good. Fixed so many crashes yesterday: https://github.com/mortie/gilia/commits/main
It even found a bunch of stack overflows caused by running recursive algorithms on untrusted input.
It comes with the exact same CPU and GPU as their desktops. It has 16GB of RAM, a 2TB SSD and a 13” screen. It has Thunderbolt. It has an official keyboard + touchpad case.
I could’ve been doing some serious work on that beast if it would just let me access its UNIXy internals and install some software.
Now if it was running a proper OS rather than a phone OS...
Screenshot for reference. That "LEARN MORE" link goes here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/9632097?nohelpkit=1&hl=en-GB
This isn't just an Arch thing, every distribution which uses current glibc has a similar patch. M4 doesn't work. Just like the rest of the tools used in the autotools "build system" (read: rube goldberg machine).
Just one small piece of autotools: m4 hasn't compiled on GNU systems since 2018, and Arch is _STILL_ carrying a patch to make m4 build on current glibc: https://github.com/archlinux/svntogit-packages/blob/packages/m4/trunk/m4-1.4.18-glibc-change-work-around.patch