I remember hearing from a bird that #GitLab had some progress in replacing recaptcha. Looks like if it's going anywhere, it's going in the direction of hcaptcha: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab/-/issues/21998
#diaspora has been using a horribly simple numbers captcha for years. Are such solutions *that* bad that they're always overlooked?
What's coming in Go 1.15: https://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/820217/47ed80088c03b18d/ #golang
Interesting post bout usability. I agree with every single point here: https://datagubbe.se/decusab/
I can see a lot how come products are completely ignoring the user experience or doing it based on standards that are so frustrating to some users! Damn!!!
#GitHub is apparently down, so this is a good reminder to use more than one git forge provider.
when will academia catch up? ...and will I have time to upgrade my house before people come visit my island? (I don't actually play, but everyone in my household does and I very much enjoy it!)
I found #GitLab’s employee handbook very useful related to a lot of things. Recently about remote working: they even wrote something like “How to work remotely with kids” but so far I have not seen one single page talking about junk food and candies and the awesome danish pastry and chocolate and… did I wrote candies? :sweat_smile: Any suggestion? How do you stop yourself from eating the world? 😅
the #Italian government has been and is using #Github on a #git repository to share updates and data-points about #COVID19. I believe this is part of an last-longing plan to publish more data: the Open Data "trend" of few years ago now has a huge positive payback 😄 This is beautiful, and it is one of the rare moments when I am proud of being Italian 😮
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