🎵 Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall (Tim Enso & Nadi Moss Remix) https://soundcloud.com/nadimoss/pink-floyd-another-brick-in-the-wall-tim-enso-nadi-moss-remix #nowplaying
Moderation-as-a-Service, aka federated moderation, I think is a bad idea. Technically it could be done, but thinking more holistically it creates a separation of concerns in the same way that outsourcing does. Where such separation of concerns exists, adversaries can intervene.
If MaaS exists, then perhaps some time later you are mandated to give a remote police department, or government department, moderation capability "to tackle fake news" (or whatever excuse). Or some other organization that you don't trust. You can see where this goes.
I think moderators should be on the same instance that they're moderating, so that whatever decisions they're making also have consequences for themselves and they're directly accountable. When people are not directly accountable then that's when trouble is sure to happen.
🎉 The first release candidate of #Mastodon 3.4.0 is out for testing:
Read the changelog at the link above! If you want to help ensure translations in your language are up to date, you can do so here:
Just the quick clean #FFmpeg rabbit hole I needed this afternoon: burn custom colored subtitles into a video.
KGPE-D16 added to osboot-libre. Won't be long before the new libreboot release!
When the release comes out, osboot-libre and libreboot will be virtually identical. osboot-libre is the libre version of osboot.
After that release, I will immediately update all boards in osboot and osboot-libre, to use the latest coreboot/grub/seabios. osboot will become a rolling release coreboot distro.
Libreboot will focus on stable releases with well-tested (older) coreboot revisions
Grazie a tutti per la calorosa accoglienza riservata a https://mobilizon.it!
A un giorno dal debutto ufficiale abbiamo già superato i 100 iscritti 🎉 🎉 🎉
Sono già 15 gli eventi pubblicati e 2 i gruppi attivi :)
This is osboot-libre. I said in my post on libreboot.org that I'd fork osboot into osboot-libre, and fork osboot-libre to make a libreboot release. The libreboot version (not yet published) is ahead of osboot-libre, but here you see my work.
I want there to be *2* libre distros of coreboot. One on osboot (in the "libre" branch), and one on libreboot.org, because the libreboot version will focus on stable releases while the osboot version will focus on rolling releases.
Sorry if I don't follow back 🙇 I just need my timeline to be light (have to read it all).
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