I'm now also @gendor over on merveilles.town
I see lots of people arguing that microsoft's open source efforts are in good faith.
I don't believe that is possible, and I won't believe that is possible until microsoft releases critical components of their software under the (a)gpl version 3 or later.
Microsoft spent years operating under a model of Embrace Extend Extinguish, and we have no reason to believe that they have changed.
Microsoft is your enemy. The fact that they are embracing a thing you love should terrify you.
If anyone has their own compost can and wants to know when to rotate, add food scraps, or dry material. Here's a handy guide from @adafruit that I'm thinking about trying. #diyelectronics #solarpunk #opensourcehardware
Hundreds of protesters have taken to the beach in Australia to express their anger at Tony Abbott’s failure to address climate change – by literally burying their heads in the sand.
Bought a faster SD card for my Raspberry Pi yesterday, installed @yunohost and now I have my own home server! 🎉
Google, Microsoft, Amazon, actively ramping up the use of fossil fuels with AI and machine learning.
What comes after “open source” at https://words.steveklabnik.com/what-comes-after-open-source - discuss at https://freepo.st/freepost.cgi/post/y48fm7041h #freepost
The Register has an article up on the #npmlayoffs:
"not politely managed"
Which Programming Languages Use the Least Electricity? at https://thenewstack.io/which-programming-languages-use-the-least-electricity/ - discuss at https://freepo.st/freepost.cgi/post/9ha639626g #freepost
Expensive lessons learned from doing home improvements https://gerritniezen.com/expensive-lessons-learned-from-doing-home-improvements
-_- Apparently cans are not being recycled much anymore. ...
Update on converting my bicycle into an e-bike https://gerritniezen.com/update-on-converting-my-bicycle-into-an-e-bike
@starwall There's a problem with this, though: It's not *our* waste we're forced to carry the burden for. It's the waste of the manufacturer.
We should go back to the 1950's when manufacturers had to collect their waste from the consumer. That's why milkmen delivering and collecting milk bottles were common back then.
Besides, I guarantee they'll make stuff that's better for the environment when they're the ones that have to deal with the mountains of unreusable plastic they make.