@solene @_xhr_ @ogmaconnect @basepr1me @bcallah this was btw. the hardest lesson to learn for me, that OpenBSD contains good documentation. It was so hard stopping to google for shit and just go through the man pages coming from linux. I think I kept the amount of stupid^W uninformed questions to a minimum.
You probably heard @RIAA used #DMCA to get @microsoft's @GitHub to remove youtube-dl, but did you know Microsoft funds RIAA as a member? We call on Microsoft (& any organizations who purports to support #FOSS) to resign from RIAA in protest.
Only a couple of days after, here's the #nginx “fancy indexes” module version 0.5.1: https://github.com/aperezdc/ngx-fancyindex/releases/tag/v0.5.1
I highly recommend skipping 0.5.0 and going ahead with 0.5.1 if you are planning to move to the new release series.
Ouch, I screwed up that release a bit, so here's a brown paper bag release which is what 0.5.0 should have been: https://github.com/aperezdc/ngx-fancyindex/releases/tag/v0.5.1
Someone made a PR on GitHub that merges youtube-dl's history into the DMCA repo. https://github.com/github/dmca/pull/8142
Which means the source and history of youtube-dl is now mirrored at https://github.com/github/dmca/tree/416da574ec0df3388f652e44f7fe71b1e3a4701f
“No matter what code you're writing, be assured that someone in the Amiga demo scene has written it first, and theirs ran faster.”
Fresh from the oven: The #nginx “fancy indexes” module has had a new 0.5.0 release: https://github.com/aperezdc/ngx-fancyindex/releases/tag/v0.5.0
Last thing I have to say on this: cloning the yt-dl doesn't affect these bad actors in the industry. They frankly don't give a shit if you have the code. They aren't stupid, they know how git works. They want to send a message.
So if it makes you feel great, clone it. But don't deceive yourself into thinking it's "sticking it to the man" or "activism". That comes from hitting them where it really hurts: pushing for copyright reform.
Write to your congresspeople.
In case you thought the RIAA had gone away or gotten less evil: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/10/2020-10-23-RIAA.md
It's also unexpected and a dark pattern. https://blog.cryptographyengineering.com/2018/09/23/why-im-leaving-chrome/
You know what I would love for Mastodon client, an option follow whole instances at the instance level, to create a "neighborhood" feed between local and federated, made of these instances' local feeds.
Alternatively, a way to whitelist instances that shows up in the Federated feed, it would have the same effect.
@neauoire thismakesme wish i could have custom timelines and follow whole servers
> Russian cosmonauts trace air leak aboard orbital outpost with tea bag
> The tea bag’s sway in zero gravity conditions towards the air leak was registered by cameras
Difficult/dangerous issue? ✅
Space exploration involved? ✅
Simple, effective solution? ✅ ✅
Tea involved? ✅ ✅
(two check marks for 🍵 because you can bet your бабушка they had celebratory tea afterwards)
"ethflop is a DOS TSR that emulates a floppy disk drive. The emulated (virtual) floppy disk is, in fact, stored on a Linux server as a floppy image. All the communication between ethflop (the TSR) and ethflopd (the Linux daemon) is exchanged over raw Ethernet."
Slightly updated my guide for nanotodon (CLI mastodon client) on #OpenBSD , to fit recent nanotodon changes. Enjoy, terminal lovers!
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