Well, kudos on ARM employees for seriously getting involved. Because, what the company did was a seriously dick move.

theregister.co.uk/2018/07/10/a

EU parliament calls for to be pulled until US complies. Don't want to wait until the legal stuff is sorted out, if it will happen at all? Chose today and host your data at a secure, trusted and legally compliant location. techcrunch.com/2018/07/05/eu-p

mastodon.social/media/tdxI4qCs

As a partner organisation of @torservers, we are appalled by the raids at Zwiebelfreunde e.V. and CCC Augsburg.

Raiding houses of witnesses on a flimsy pretext is incompatible with the rule of law – even more so in this case where there is no credible connection between the so-called witnesses and the case.

We suspect that the real motives of the Munich public prosecutor are intimidation and illegal information gathering about freedom activists.
blog.torservers.net/20180704/c

To all of you who have called, and those who wrote an e-mail, and those that support in all different ways, from very vocal to very silent -- thank you.

You guys are amazing. You are taking part in a political and historical process.

This is an old one, but a golden one. And it applies to 2010, 2012, and now just as well.

We've got 3 new opportunities to join our team!

- Fundraising Director
- Project Manager for Network Projects
- Project Manager with Product Exp

These full-time positions can be performed remotely or from our office in Seattle. torproject.org/about/jobs

"ransomware" is the past tense of "run somewhere"

You can tell TCP was written by a Catholic because nobody else begins a conversation by one person shouting sin and the other having to acknowledge it and move forward

twitter.com/myrrlyn/status/100

this is a friendly reminder to backup your shit

I have sent e-mails to the MEPs. Have you?
juliareda.eu/2018/06/saveyouri

Every e-mail counts. I know this, because years ago I was an activist fighting similar odds on the ground: rys.io/en/70

So send your e-mails, call your MEPs. Block Article 11 and Article 13 of the Copyright Directive.

Hey , you are *awesome*. That's how it's done!

"You are blocking Javascript, and we totally get that. However this endpoint uses Angular, so the front end is in full JavaScript and won't work without it.

There will be other non JS-based clients to access PeerTube, but for now none is available as this is still alpha software. Be sure we will update this page with a list once alternative clients are developed. You can certainly develop you own in the meantime as our code is open (...)"

Stefan Sperling (@stsp) releases (with permission) the emails between the #OpenBSD project and the #KRACK #embargo.

[mathy] "I sent one mail on 14 August where I mentioned the new disclosure date of 16 Oct. In that same mail I also gave the OK to quietly commit a fix. "

marc.info/?l=openbsd-tech&m=15

Wait what? One should hold oneself to an embargo of a vendor even if One has not signed the NDA to get access to the embargoed information? Please tell me I am not the only person thinking this is ridiculous.

“...should have considered himself part of the embargo in spirit if not in letter.”

Source: lobste.rs/s/zwkuza/intel_cpus_

Emacs function view-lossage (C-h l) used to be really useful. In 26.1 it's become even better!

I tell you this. Keith Jarret's The Köln Concert from 1975 might well be the best album that exists. In my humble opinion.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6l

Join Vint Cerf, Tim Berners-Lee, Radia Perlman, Mitchell Baker, and Jimmy Wales today: write to your European MP and tell them to , the EU's disastrous copyright censorship machine. saveyourinternet.eu/

More and more I think my doctoral research will focus on the process of change. What troubles me is much of my reading list: Foucault, vonHippel, Womack.... today I added Centola.

What troubles me is that it is very white and very, very male. So I’m asking, begging really, for recommendations: Non-white, non-male scholars studying the process of change (any discipline) - Expecting the responses will make me feel embarrassed for having had to ask...

> There are several GitHub alternatives, but for the most part they’re basically GitHub rip-offs. Unlike GitLab, Gogs/Gitea, BitBucket; I don’t see the GitHub UX as the pinnacle of project hosting - there are many design choices (notably pull requests) which I think have lots of room for improvement. sr.ht instead embraces git more closely, for example building on top of email rather than instead of email.

> GitHub optimizes for the end-user and the drive-by contributor. sr.ht optimizes for the maintainers and core contributors instead. We have patch queues and ticket queues which you can set up automated filters in or manually curate, and are reusable for projects on external platforms.

https://drewdevault.com/2018/06/05/Should-you-move-to-sr.ht.html

/by @sir

A bunch of services are presented at https://meta.sr.ht , but currently closed for registration.
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