Mobilizon : lifting the veil on the beta release
Mobilizon is an alternative to Facebook groups and events. After a successful crowdfunding, it is time we gave you a taste of this software and updated you
Wait… when did WeWork buy http://Meetup.com? I guess we’d better start planning for that community resource being shuttered in a couple of months…
@JordiGH congratulations =D
Thunderbird, Enigmail and OpenPGP - https://blog.mozilla.org/thunderbird/2019/10/thunderbird-enigmail-and-openpgp/ " future Thunderbird 78 release, planned for summer 2020, we will add built-in functionality for email encryption and digital signatures using the OpenPGP standard." great news
Back from the march. Whoo boy that was a lot of people! Lots of slogans. The antifascists, the anarchists, the vegans, the feminists; lots of people marching together for the planet. Lots of kids too. Schools were closed today so the kids could come to the march, and it feels like every kid old enough to come by themself was here, as well as many younger kids with their parents.
Looks like it was the biggest ever in Québec history:
People that take the Glasgow-Edinburgh train have developed this anarcho-communist ticket sharing economy and I love it. It's because return tickets cost literally only 10 pence more than a single, so people just buy returns and leave the other ticket at the station they arrive at.
It's fucking beautiful and more folk need tae know about it
I’ve been hearing this whole “the kids will save us” line since I was a child myself. In the 1980s.
What that line means is “I can’t be bothered to lift a finger, so I’ll make someone else take the responsibility”.
I'm 39 years old. If the people who had said that about my generation as children had decided to actually do something about either climate change or white supremacy, imagine where we’d be by now.
@dansup woah! What happened there? =O
I gave part of a talk at #foss4g today with my colleagues on the methods we've been using to track deforestation for the Forest2020 project =)
@JordiGH is it because Nintendo are very litigious and go after anything competent?
A few weeks ago I posted here that the #decentralized blogging platform @PlumeDev had some of its right-to-left (RTL) rendering issues fixed by @ahangarha. I myself had also fixed many little CSS issues related to #RTL for @Mastodon in the past.
Well, expect such kinds of things to happen less often in the future, since #GitHub has mass-blocked many accounts of Iranians* at various levels; This applies not only to Iranian residents, but also sometimes to Iranians living abroad.
Friends, I'm about to try to convince my coworkers that we all need to take #translation of our software seriously and that this will require that we all approach the problem conscientiously.
What's good reading material I can recommend? I remember reading about it on Masto.
Resistance, targeted resistence
@inmysocks if there's a distributed denial of applications, does it run the additional risk of them hiring based on the recommendation of their existing asshole hires instead of the website? e.g. "Jeb has three buddies with shaved heads who'd be happy to chip in"
Boeing 737 Max ordered by Ryanair undergoes name change - https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jul/15/boeing-737-max-ordered-by-ryanair-undergoes-name-change "737 Max replaced by 737-8200 on the nose." spread the word: if it says 737-8200 on a Ryanair plane, it's the same model as the ones that crashed.
Irish guy in Scotland. Shite at small talk. Purple monkey dishwasher.
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