USA Today made a version of their site for EU visitors that's compliant with the GDPR
It seriously makes me want to check that site from time to time for news. If their point was "see how bad it would be if we didn't do all this stuff?" it's doing the opposite of what it wants because yes, I love this website, that's how I want it and every other one to be like
if the source is there, but it doesn't build, is it really an open source project?
Due to GDPR I actually removed tracking from apps for the first time in my professional career. Previously it always was more and more tracking stuff 🙄
"Don't feel guilty about not contributing to open source" by Julia Evans
…and some reasons why they do, or do not contribute.
This is nice. :3
Requires use of RDMA. Remote Direct Memory Access.
When I first saw the term RDMA, it struck me as a scary thing to allow. Seems I wasn't wrong.
Old man: "Why's everyone so anxious? The train isn't boarding yet."
Me, anxiously: "It is the modern condition"
Ok, what is the *minimum* functionality required to qualify as having coded a Mastodon client in Excel?
PLEASE stop checking your email on vacation. You have an auto-responder up, and everything that you're forwarding to me has already been forwarded to me by the person who originally sent it.
Plus you make me feel awful for not checking my work email on the weekends, never mind vacation.
In den letzten Tagen war es endlich soweit. Die neue Website der Antirassistischen Initiative Berlin/ Dokumentationsstelle ist online gegangen und mit ihr eine interaktive Karte, die die rassistische Dimension bundesdeutscher Flüchtlingspolitik anhand von Einzelvorfällen seit 1993 dokumentiert. Damit ist das Ergebnis langer gemeinsamer Projektarbeit zwischen uns und der ARI erstmals für die Öffentlichkeit einsehbar und nutzbar.