It's been a long time since my last #PositiveNews toot, let's fix that!
"China Built A 250-Acre Solar Power Plant Shaped Like A Giant Panda"
China currently leads all other countries in installed solar capacity and the country is showing no signs of slowing its progress in investing in renewable energy.
The project just began delivering power to a grid in northwestern China, and a second panda is planned for later this year.
So I will have 2 sessions outside the official schedule at #34C3.
1. Let's talk about practicalities of internet censorship circumvention
at the Teahouse (datetime to be confirmed)
2. Information Security Theater vs. Investigative Journalism
at the Rights & Freedoms
stage on Tuesday 29th from 13h to 14h.
Next question: What's for dinner? 🍷 🍽
I lied my real favorite meme genre is dogs being stuck in things and looking so very proud of themselves about it
https://glitch.social/media/QHB9WYBcIjun4D6W1lM https://glitch.social/media/4Z-zRjOLCseDc2q_3is https://glitch.social/media/5mPhHMGp923UIFcWctE https://glitch.social/media/ifoeT430QWEEADMGNmQ
10 ebooks on hosting your server with #OpenBSD sold already, mostly in Germany. I'm quite surprised and pleased 🤗 . I hope this will guide readers towards further documentation (like those written by @mwlucas)
If you wan't it, it's still 3,49€
At the weekly social dance event which followed tonight's dance class, I met an old acquaintance from the first class I ever took. We danced and she told me my first dance partner I started taking classes with now has a 6 months old baby! 🤗
This reminded me how many nice people are part of Berlin's swing dance community. The fact that someone I barely know just shows up unexpectedly and tells me stories about mutual friends I haven't seen in years is just great.
i really need a room in berlin asap if anyone can help k tnx
WIP release notes: http://subversion.apache.org/docs/release-notes/1.10.html
I wrote most of the new conflict resolver feature over roughly 2.5 years: http://subversion.apache.org/docs/release-notes/1.10.html#conflict-resolver
I hope this feature will make the lives of dark matter programmers (and rusty #FreeBSD devs) out there much easier. They will now rename things and *also* merge branches!
"Where are the dark matter developers? Probably getting work done." https://www.hanselman.com/blog/DarkMatterDevelopersTheUnseen99.aspx
Can we do something useful with that? Thinking about running an AP on my laptop carried in my bag, with a webserver that redirects everyone to a cached static copy of joinmastodon.org