Know people who use it, dunno about getting paid within days...
RT @xiroux: Does anyone know of any online platform where one can do freelance (developer) work and that pays in just a few days?
What you're referring to as Linux, is in fact, WindowsNT/Linux, or as I've recently taken to calling it, Windows plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning Windows system made useful by the Windows system libraries, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by Microsoft.
Found this nice service which produces Atom feed of Bugzilla comments which you can add to your RSS reader: https://github.com/kaueraal/bugzillatoatom.
Bad ideas grow stronger when in public, not when they are confined to secret underground societies. Secret societies don't have the exposure for their idea to catch on and they have trouble getting recruits.
Things like white supremacy aren't based on facts, but on feelings, so "defeating" them through debate accomplishes nothing, but lets those who feel the same find each other and grow stronger.
Minimalistic image viewer which can scale its window to individual image size: https://github.com/jurplel/qView
My Cat: REMEMBER THE PACTS FORGED BETWEEN OUR PEOPLES LONG AGO.
Me: Stop it, it's 6 in the morning.
Cat: YOU PLEDGED ETERNAL SERVITUDE.
Me: I did not.
Cat: IN EXCHANGE WE WOULD COME TO YOUR AID IN YOUR HOUR OF NEED.
Me: I'm not feeding you.
Cat: REMEMBER THE PACTS.
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We have a winner! Plasma 5.16's next wallpaper will be Ice Cold by Santiago Cézar.
Santiago will be receiving a @slimbook One compact computer as soon as we get Plasma 5.16 on it.
google as a public company
Why do you think Chrome was built in the first place? Their business risk planning told them that they are in a better position if they control the channel (the browser) of ad delivery. Noone spends literal billions creating a browser just for fun. Control is Chrome's raison d'etre.
So, mitigating ad-blockers: Google must have known that forbidding ad-blockers directly wouldn't fly, a.) for anti-competitive legal reasons b.) the public uproar.
I'm really getting quite tired of Google gaslighting people about the direction Chrome is going in the past years.
"You're hysterical if you abscribe any monopolistic intent to these changes! This is _clearly_ being done for security reasons! Those extensions are risky! Performance is a concern!"
Meanwhile Alphabet directly mentions the risk from ad-blockers to their revenue in their SEC filings.
It's one thing to be monopolistic and another to gaslight people about it.
I like open source software and hardware. I admin Linux machines and occasionally code. I enjoy nature, cycling, music and science fiction.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!