@parasurv It is satirical.
@mkb Unfortunately the safety part isn't even *that* overblown. I go to a school that uses Chromebooks, and about 40% of students download sketchy "VPN" or "Enhancer" extensions that intercept traffic.
That said, this move is definitely not the right way to fix the problem.
@brainblasted I've tried it's "competitor" - Snips. If they're anything alike it gets an "okay I guess"/10 from me.
World: Google, you are so smart, impartial, and benevolent, please write all our protocols and standards.
Google: Oh yeah, btw, we don’t think you should be able to protect yourself from being tracked on our browser.
Google to break uBlock Origin on Chromium.
@TsRoe I'm just using the builtin Python one, but the output of the parser still isn't clean because the input information isn't clean either for some reason ;-;
@DonMcCollough Can’t you use Google Takeout instead?
So apparently the Python standard library has support for random mailbox formats. I thought I'd need an external library for this, but this works too.
I'm trying to automate my blinds with a motor I found and an #arduino.
Obviously the motor doesn't fit the blinds, so 3d printing to the rescue!
@emsenn "This page is missing.
Are you sure it was ever here?"
@alexbuzzbee Also the package I keep linking too kind of sucks (to be fair) since it doesn't use a dictionary, but obviously that could be added.
@codesections Why not both?
They are pretty fun
I think all of my toots should
Just be a haiku
@alexbuzzbee Linux console game? What console runs Linux and has games?