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After Mozilla recently began accepting donations via BitPay, many people started being vocal about cancelling Mozilla and Firefox and switching to other browsers.

I know crypto sucks, but don't y'all realize that the other browser engines are developed by megacorps that are LEAGUES ahead in terms of ecologic impact, and that are almost entirely built on top of evil business models?

Mozilla's only sin was accepting donations via BitPay. Please let's stop being so toxic about everything, and boycott BitPay and Bitcoin rather than Mozilla, shall we?

@me @inference @avalos @laufi @jbauer @alcinnz

Of course you are entitled to your opinion but people choosing copyleft licenses such as the GPL also have good reasons to do so. In my case it's not hatred, it's about ensuring that people that benefit from the software also contribute back.

Large projects like gecko or blink re-use various components so the licensing situation is usually more complex than small projects, and re-licensing impossible in practice.

#Gitea is joining the fediverse 🎉 We can now announce we've been accepted into the #NLnet funding round that we applied to. nlnet.nl/project/Gitea/

Thank you to @NGIZero @dachary @forgefriends and so many others for getting us to this point.

We are very much looking forward to many wonderful things that federation within forges can support.

"centralized blockchains" you mean a SQL database? lmao

Choque con lesionados entre un taxi y el Metrobus en Insurgentes Sur y Tehuantepec en Roma Sur, Alc. Cuauhtémoc.

Laboran bomberos y protección civil de diferentes alcaldías.

I drafted an article on this topic (see above thread).

I'll add some links & publish tomorrow, though I'm not sure I'm keen to dig up examples of fossbro toxicity.

So can you please link me to examples where they're suggesting:

* You should understand computers to use Linux
* You must want to customize your computer
* They feel entitled to dictate the direction of project (GNOME?) that doesn't want to serve them
* Death threats due to that (systemd?)
* "just fork it"
* Hey you forked it, bad!

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As a free software activist I believe everyone should have access to all the source code running on their computer (whether or not it's been compiled beforehand) & the right to fork it.

That said I don't believe you as a developer need to publish everything you write publicly for all to see. You can argue for erring on the side of openness, but if you don't want the responsibility...

And I have no problem with seeking funding (I don't like needing money to live, but that's another issue).

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Cybersocialism: Project Cybersyn & The CIA Coup in Chile (Full Documentary by Plastic Pills)

youtube.com/watch?v=RJLA2_Ho7X

@freedcreative They have their doublethink to be political while telling themselves they aren't. "It's not politics, just the natural way of things..."

I first met these white foss/techbro folk on HN. Was shocking how explicitly and casually they exercise whiteness. I didn't know much about it at the time if I'm honest, but HNers flexing privilege on me or other non-Westerners was a weird, enraging experience.

Hey fediverse -- what are the best sources to read on #rojava and the role of worker and other cooperatives in the strategy and practice?

- Where possible, only participate in services with open standards and data portability
- If you own the platform, then tag reshared data with a provenance chain maybe?
- Avoid anywhere that selfies or self-projection is the point
- Do not "follow" brands or even allow them to exist as people in the social network, they are not people
- Do not follow celebrities you do not personally know
- Provide tools for a person to split their social media presence into separate and discrete personas

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How to fix the internet

- Do not participate in any online service that monetizes your time or attention
- Do not participate in social networks too large to be human-moderated
- Restrict the size of the social networks you participate in
- Slow down the pace. Disable, delay or batch notifications.
- Eliminate the temptation to 'dunk on' anyone or otherwise broadcast an interaction to anyone other than the participants of an interaction
- Eliminate recommender algorithms

Due to all these fascist attacks going down towards folks on fedi, I turned on two factor authentication on my Mastodon account.

You can find it in Account>Two-factor Auth

I use FreeOTP+ on mobile and OTPclient on desktop to generate those codes.

:boost_ok: 🔒

El primer tramo de la #Ciclovía #Insurgentes con pintura roja y confibicis quedó hoy. (Esta entre Eje 5 Sur (Col. Del Valle - San Antonio) y Concepción Beistegui)

Ahorita a las 2PM está pasando bastante banda en bici. Que felicidad que _por fin_ este quedando construida.

#CDMX

"Estrategias de seguridad digital y autocuidado colectivo"
Miercoles 10 Noviembre 2021, 7 pm en la #Okupa Casa Chiapaz (toledo 22, Col Juárez, cerca metro Sevilla)
¿Qué hacer ante el acoso y el espionaje en el internet?
¿Qué herramientas hay para nuestra seguridad y privacidad?
Como se construye la seguridad digital en los movimientos sociales?

I am legitimately in awe of the person so far up their own ass that they think "I haven't heard of NFTs" and "NFTs are awesome!" are the only possible responses here.

Also, no, NFTs are not fucking "Web 3.0", Children of the Coin fuck off

Admittedly, that's not a snappy marketing phrase, and there is something to be said about popularity gained from being better at marketing than I am. For instance, the phrase "own your data", which Mastodon claims but which is mathematically impossible (for the same reason DRM purveyors rely on *legal* tools more than *technical* ones), may have lead to a lot of its success because it *sounds* like what people want, at the cost of convincing people they had kinds of control they didn't.

I made this post about four years ago initially I guess. But the lesson then stands today.

What I'm not advocating for is that we should accept all content as being public, but rather that giving the illusion that certain things are protected and private when they are not or *cannot be* actually puts users in a state of unsafety.

Architect for more secure systems, be clear about what you can't prevent. Some things are unpreventable, but the scope of them as risks can be reduced.

Software should not have self-updaters. That's the package manager's job.

What do you mean your operating system doesn't have a package manager? What kind of-

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