tl;dr: on average sr.ht is twice as fast as github, and ten times as fast as gitlab. Our pages weigh ten times less than github and a hundred times less than gitlab.
All I can do is kindly ask that if you are inviting people to Mastodon on other social media, Telegram groups or whatever else, please please use the joinmastodon.org page instead of linking to mastodon.social specifically. Thank you
when i get into some youtube channel, about 20% of the time, the channel starts to get more and more successful, and the person running the channel makes friends with a bunch of other successful youtubers, and because the more annoying you are the more successful you are, they start acting like all their new youtuber friends, and 2 years after i originally subscribed they've now become so annoying that i can't watch them anymore and i unsubscribe
> Simply put, socialism is beating this pandemic where capitalism has failed
EU isn't that different from north America, isn't it?
> Vučić proclaimed that “European solidarity does not exist. That was a fairy tale on paper. I believe in my brother and friend Xi Jinping, and I believe in Chinese help.”
Quotes from this provocative article: https://www.qiaocollective.com/home/internationalist-solidarity-in-the-age-of-coronavirus
> Thus far, China has sent teams of doctors and disease control experts, hundreds of millions of masks, tests, ventilators, protective gear, and other resources to 82 countries across the world.
You can charge for material things - paper, ink, packaging material, the time of the workers to prepare it. You can even charge for bandwidth, server upkeep, and electricity. But information has no material cost and therefore cannot be sold.
Exercise civil disobedience: it's your obligiation as a good citizen to be a pirate. We can negotiate again when they change the law to make copyrighted works enter the public domain within our lifetimes.
in the future, basically all websites will be full of unblockable ads and/or implemented entirely in ultra-fucked webassembly/opengl, and the tech-savvy will browse the web entirely through cat & mouse proxy servers running headless browsers to OCR the inaccessible content back into old-fashioned normal HTML and illegally redistribute it through peer-to-peer networks
I'm very happy to come across the Eventide community. The level of discussion is very high and everyone is happy to explain and collaborate to elevate the knowledge of others. It has been a while since I got excited about a software community and learning that much.
Eventide is a framework to write event-sourced autonomous service written in Ruby. The truth is that even if Ruby isn't your thing the knowledge that you can reach just by reading the docs is invaluable: https://eventide-project.org
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