Sometimes I don't follow dates, didn't realise it was the summer solstice.
I finally found a use for that sticker but the SIM card is too small to put it on
"Linux and open-source jobs are in more demand than ever"
I've had a vague vague plan of doing some FOSS/FLOSS marketing doing a "Open Source på Gôttebåsska" ("Opensource in Gothenburgian-accent") focused on local politicians etc.
Problem 1, "wth is Open Source" is the big chunk to get over as I know from experience. Had a local politician suggest that I "just take this Linux thing and trademark it then" - so there is a bit of a learning curve to get over.
Federated social media will out live giants like facebook, twitter. They might have a small user base but that means nothing, they are not run for a profit and a single node going down has little impact on the hole of the network.
And being a for purpose network, it is not left to the mercy of market valuation that has killed so many social networks in the past.
Live: We Make The City: Next Generation Cities
Good Memories from Polyglot Gathering last month.
"How do citizens solve global problems with local solutions?
"Around the world people are finding local solutions to global problems. New citizens coalitions are winning municipal power from Barcelona and Madrid to Jackson, Mississippi; embracing the term ‘fearless’ to show their willingness to take on entrenched power."
Coucou mastodon, aderais-tu La Quadrature à réfléchir à la façon dont elle communique en répondant à un petit questionnaire anonyme ?
You didn't get to where you are by accident. The result of every decision and action you've committed to is present in your life today.
This is either a good thing (you're happy with where you are) or a bad thing (you aren't). In either case really bring that fact home; you're responsible for your situation. You are the sole proprietor of your current circumstances. Take hold of that authority and use it to either stay true or completely change direction whenever you see fit.
You've got this.
Congratulations to our member project @SeleniumHQ! The @w3c is adding their WebDriver to its list of recommendations as of today, great news for web testing and #freesoftware! https://sfconservancy.org/news/2018/may/31/seleniumW3C/
Fricking autocorrect i meant privacy
This is why decentralized applications with a privavvy focus is required.
Social networks have already violated the spirit of GDPR
Closing off researchers’ access to APIs in the name of ‘safety’ means we’ll never know how we’re being screwed
Brett Sheffield on Twitter
Imap is not the answer to Facebook.