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pol, ice, db :))) Show more

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If a service dog approaches you by itself, it's trying to get you to follow it. I didn't know that until today but now I do!

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Yowza. A bug in macOS can expose the contents of a user's files -- including document text and photo thumbnails -- even if the drive is encrypted. zdnet.com/article/macos-quick-

Who likes Twisted and Asyncio inter-op? Here's an example of a txtorcon-created Onion service being served by an aiohttp Web server -- would love some review!
github.com/meejah/txtorcon/pul

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Probably a longshot: does anyone out there know a place to find BBS archives, specifically between 1980 and 1984? I've scoured textfiles.com, and it's good, but perhaps there's more?

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GitLab open sourced push mirroring and added it core. This is a great win for #decentralization!!! You can now run your own canonical GitLab instance & easily mirror to GitHub for findability.

Read more here: about.gitlab.com/2018/05/22/gi

Another reason why GitLab is #1

#federation #fediverse #decentralize

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This is how NASA writes software:
fastcompany.com/28121/they-wri

I want the software driving cars around my family to be held to the a similar standard of quality. In the context of self-driving cars, "Move fast and break things" means "Half-arse it and kill people."

Humans in the USA manage 1.16 fatalities per 100,000,000 miles travelled. Uber's software couldn't even get to 3 million miles before it killed someone.

We do this properly, or not at all.

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That was the main motivation behind the idea

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Tumblr tried to sneak in data collection under the radar. After a few taps, you can get a list of who they're sharing data with.

The list takes 19 screenshots to see all the names on my phone.

NINETEEN.

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idea: why not fully integrate tor into federated applications to allow them to work from behind a NAT or when being censored by a country? Integrate as in "ship a tor binary with your application binary"

2015: I should try to close some browser tabs
2018: I should probably close a few of these tmux sessions

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Reminder: I've got an "easy_ticket" tag on txtorcon bugs if you're keen on contributing to an project related to . If anything grabs your fancy, dive in and I'm happy to help you through any issues!
github.com/meejah/txtorcon/iss

Reminder: I've got an "easy_ticket" tag on txtorcon bugs if you're keen on contributing to an project related to . If anything grabs your fancy, dive in and I'm happy to help you through any issues!
github.com/meejah/txtorcon/iss

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Yes it does, it prevents them from replying to Trump's tweets, and also seeing them. Muting people, not blocking them, would be consitutional.

Here's a 75-page opinion by United States District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald that explains it:

knightcolumbia.org/sites/defau

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After months of work, we have a new stable release series!

Tor 0.3.3.6 is the first stable release in the 0.3.3 series which includes improvements for v3 onion services, support to embed Tor within other apps, and our first non-trivial module in Rust. blog.torproject.org/tor-0336-r