8 and 144 are the only #Fibonacci numbers (`fib(6)` and `fib(12)`, respectively) that are the product of other Fibonacci numbers. And 144 is the only Fibonacci square. (Except for trivial cases.)
“How I wish, how I wish you were here, Julian” Roger Waters sings in support of Julian Assange in front of UK Home Office HQ in Central London, -event not covered by the MSM. "Did you exchange/ A walk-on part in the war/ For a lead role in a cage?"
Roger Waters: "This smear campaign against him [Assange] is all about getting him extradited to the US. They want him dead as a warning (...) The message is: if you tell the truth, we will kill you, watch! The same with Chelsea Manning"
#Python #Jupyter notebooks
Work with #Jupyter notebooks and get annoyed by the quote and bracket auto-closing?
Set `"autoClosingBrackets": false` in your `~/.jupyter/nbconfig/notebook.json` file. See .
Firefox's default behaviour is to hide the tab labels when in fullscreen mode. If you get annoyed by this as much as I do, visit `about:config` and switch `browser.fullscreen.autohide` to false.
Reminder! Next CPLDN is tomorrow! :)
Software License Question
@ConnyDuck it’s possible to add such clauses, e.g. as in ban military use, to most licenses such as the MIT license. It’s also possible to set conditions of use, and define it there. However, some people will argue that it isn’t considered ~free software~ if you do so, but I think having ethical boundaries for the use of code is more important than compliance with the „run code for any purpose“ part as defined by the FSF. There kinda should be like a license covering this.
How to enable DNS-over-HTTPS (#DoH) in Mozilla #Firefox. https://www.trishtech.com/2018/08/how-to-enable-dns-over-https-doh-in-mozilla-firefox/
- Open `about:config` in Firefox
- Set `network.trr.mode` to 2 (defaults to system DNS) or 3 (DoH only)
- Set `network.trr.uri` to your fav DoH provider
- Check, eg http://www.whatsmydnsserver.com/
hey @Mozilla is it normal for @firefox to connect to these 16 hosts when i merely launch it?
is there any easy way to make @firefox only connect to the hosts i actually want it to?
I am starting to consider playing with #Kubernetes, after years of doing docker/docker-compose for my personal needs. But it seems so... ugh, hard to get into.
One simple question I cannot find an answer to is: when defining a Container in a Pod (using Kubernetes YAML), is it possible to build an image on the machine running it? In docker-compose.yml I would do:
...and bam! The image is built when `docker-compose up` is run.
Announcing ActivityPub Conf 2019! September 7th & 8th in Prague, immediately following Rebooting Web of Trust. https://dustycloud.org/blog/activitypub-conf-2019/
Space is limited, see post for details. We are also soliciting talks.
Hope to see you there!
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