The main features of #Flockingbird, in a story of people who find work, find a freelancer, keep in contact, and grow a company:
Maybe someone can help with this:
Pleroma does not have a Wikipedia article at the moment. There was a draft, but it was rejected, see here. It seems that the main issue was that there was no reliable third party source in that article. Pleroma was featured in issue 9/2018 of Nikkei Linux, so that could probably be added, see https://mstdn.maud.io/@ryecroft21/100511754096211027.
If anyone knows how wikipedia works and wants to help get this article in, this would be much appreciated!
This near civil war in the US makes one thing very clear: the rest of the world, or at least Europe, is far too dependent on US internet platforms.
Civil unrest in any country always has some effect. But where civil unrest in, say, Haiti, is a byline, civil unrest in the US turns into hampering our (non-US) ability to interact and communicate.
Because it is so US-centric, surpressing or censoring of local US interaction and communication affects us too: the 'innocent', European, bystanders.
The Cistercian numerals are a forgotten number system, developed by the Cistercian monastic order in the early thirteenth century, much more compact than Arabic or Roman numerals: with a single character you could write any integer from 1 to 9999 [more: https://buff.ly/2LDj1Kg]
btw https://www.bookwyrm.social/ is still in development, but I give out registration codes to anyone who wants them and is willing to accept that it will be a little janky
Why look at this, an interview with me, myself was published. Including a link to my Mastodon account 😃 https://balinterdi.com/blog/the-rock-roll-with-ember-band-aad-versteden/
Following a long #EU #DigitalMarketsAct day I attended the press briefing (proprietary “Cisco WebEx”, who cares ?)
While an advertising service asked questions on, well, advertising, the civil society did not ask any questions
[cc Prabhat Agarwal]
As a citizen of Europe and User of the World Wide Web
[ cc. webfoundation, w3c ]
& we the people,
• Compulsory Interoperability based on Open Protocols –
enforce W3C recommendations for gatekeepers,
hear your experts
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This is a long-ass thread, even by my long-ass standards. If you'd prefer to read it on the web, here you go:
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Security researchers are alarmed: the already-notorious Trickbot malware has been spottied probing infected computers to find out which version of UEFI they're running. This is read as evidence that Trickbot has figured out how to pull off a really scary feat.
Radicle: a decentralized tool for software development https://radicle.xyz/ Based on git. An alternative to centralized forges?
You don't even have to register an account (unless you need persistent rooms). Just visit https://senfcall.de/en/ - klick on "start meeting", enter meeting name (password optional), press "start" enter your name and have fun senfing. The call-invite link you find at the top of the chat.
Expressions of bad consumer choices. 🙄
Welcome to the future
Esoteric metrics based on analyzing extensive data about employee activities has been mostly the domain of fringe software vendors. Now it's built into MS 365.
A new feature to calculate 'productivity scores' turns Microsoft 365 into an full-fledged workplace surveillance tool:
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!