A WIRED story uses the term, "clueless," to refer to Richard Stallman. Other terms being bandied about on the Net include, obstinate, asshole, willful, sociopath, asocial, uncaring, and more. Which of those terms, if any, excuse his behavior? https://wired.com/story/richard-stallman-and-the-fall-of-the-clueless-nerd/ #GNUtoo
Trying out another podcast experiment. Check out the first episode of "Trash-Talking FOSS" on https://anchor.fm/trash-talking-foss . Depending on the reception it gets, it could also be the last. 😉
Should you use vim or emacs? Philosophers, poets, scientists, satirists, manga artists, and other deep thinkers have been searching for an answer to this eternal question for as long as Linux has existed, which, as we all know, is several million years. In point of fact, vim was first created shortly after the asteroid impact that ended the dinosaur's reign on Earth. https://youtu.be/Bpuy-_QAj30
More GNOMIES! Met up with Heather from Purism. Our group is growing! #GUADEC2019
Make sure you patch those servers! Also, it probably wouldn't hurt to run chkrootkit, or rkhunter, or Lynis, once in a while. #Linux #Infosec
Please share far and wide. It's my "Open Source Journeys" conversation with Jon "maddog" Hall.
Sally and I have been watching "The Boys" on Prime Video, as per my brother's recommendation, and it's freaking fantastic. We love it! It's dark, disturbing, funny, cynical as hell, and impossible not to watch. Oh, and definitely not kid-safe. Not in the least. https://youtu.be/tcrNsIaQkb4
Imagine sending expensive spacecrafts to Mars and not being able to read their recorded data, years later. It would be like buying an e-book that you can't re-read because of DRM locks. Open Source can help; here, and on Mars. Marcel (that's me!) explains: https://bit.ly/33vE4me
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