⚠️ I’ve confirmed with Google folks that the `<meta>` tag way of opting your website out of Google’s FLoC network does _not_ work. The HTTP header approaches for the different servers mentioned in @email@example.com’s guide are currently the _only_ opt-out. https://paramdeo.com//blog/opting-your-website-out-of-googles-floc-network
We just released an important iteration on our current 4.2 testing !
- ✨ UI/UX fixes and improvements in the new webadmin
- 🔑 SFTP and SSH permissions
- 🚑 Many improvements on backups
We're looking for moar feedback from beta-testers, aiming for a release in the coming weeks 😜 !
The day has arrived. I can finally present you all my new project.
Inspired by NewPipe, Nitter, Invidious or Bibliogram, here comes Lingva, an alternative Front-end for Google Translate.
It's a completely Free and Open Source project, so you can host your own instance. The directions are on the project's README.
You can also make any kind of contribution. Feel free to Pull Request.
ClearURLs blocked in Chrome Store - Developer revealed the reason
Scientists seem to have solved the puzzle an old greek astronomical calculation device gave us. It is called the Antikythera Mechanism and was found in the Mediterranean Sea. It is unusually complicated for it's age. It was found 1901 and is assumed 100-200 BC.
Look what I found on Github:
THATS A FREAKING TRACKING PIXEL!!!!
Why am I getting #flatpak results when I search for software in Discover? What the hell happened? Where are my debs?
OK Linux users, I need some help-clarifications. I want to distrohop (no specific reason why at this point) so I am looking for the best possible way to do it. Apart from my home directory, how can i have a list or even automatically reinstall all my apps? Do reinstall them manually one by one? What is the best way to this this without many or any errors that would make me regret it? 😏
I set up a new @github Discussions tab for the Firefly III repository. I hope to be able to engage all of you when it comes to support requests, questions & comments. There's a Firefly III community out there, and I really want to engage with it. Join in! https://github.com/firefly-iii/firefly-iii/discussions
Ok so, I am confused. As far as I know and read, as of #android 6.0 onward, in order to pair a bluetooth device with an Android phone the location services are used. Although I have paired quite few devices to my phone, its location services are always switched off. So what is the case? Every time I use #bluetooth the location services are used although i have them permanently off?
Restlessly curious, genuinely witty.
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