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Just read that stabbot on Reddit now uploads to PeerTube instead of gfycat (stabbot is a bot that stabilizes shaky videos) ☺️

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RT @Mixelicious@twitter.com: Amazing @matrixdotorg@twitter.com talk at @fosdem@twitter.com . Never seen Janson so full! #FOSDEM2019

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Mixelicious/status

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Have any of you used #IPFS for anything? I’m intrigued. I’d love to hear some real-world use cases.

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@selea Thanks. I had trouble sleeping last night but now I feel better.

My thoughts and prayers goes to the lost souls at that participate in a google sponsored event.

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Today is the day I will talk about FOSS and Linux at university and make sure kids get introduced to this tech. This is the first time I would be talking to a huge audience. Let's see how it goes. But first I have to prepare for session myself and get some sleep too.

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How to remember the way to compress a .tar.gz archive on linux:

tar -"compress ze vucking file!" bar.tar.gz foo

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where's that post about how the decline in music piracy and the rise of streaming services has coincided with a drastic decrease in musicians' earnings

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Mastodon, I need your help:

I'm looking for non-software-related companies/organizations that use (or try to use) #freesoftware #FLOSS for their work, communications, organization, etc.

Do you know of any? Please boost!

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It's public now! Spritely (and myself) have been awarded a Samsung Stack Zero grant! I'm funded for the next two years to bring ActivityPub and the fediverse to the next level. Secure interactions, object capabilities, p2p content delivery, all that stuff! samsungnext.com/whats-next/cat

homemade pasta and a good bottle of wine was really needed

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What happens when you block all of Google's IP addresses from your life? Many fascinating things break, because Google is an octopus.

gizmodo.com/i-cut-google-out-o

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Wow, if you have access to a running ubuntu laptop, and you put it in suspend mode, and then remove the hardware, you can just log on to the running system afterwards (no password needed) and look at every still open/cached application, extract passwords kept in RAM (full disk encryption, anybody?), etc.
It's been wontfixed for a couple of months: bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+sou

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actually i think my main commentary on the whole API debacle is summarized by this image.
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fun fact:
if you run recent Pleroma, your server's MAC address is now permanently embedded in every post

fun fact 2:
two people run their Pleroma instance on a Xensource VM, six instances are hosted on a raspi, and there are three cases of two instances sharing the same MAC address :)

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