“People often do not know what technology their governments use until it is somehow revealed, after...the contracts have already been signed and the money has been exchanged,” says EFF's Matthew Guariglia. https://www.dailydot.com/debug/zencity-pittsburgh-bill-peduto/
"The Gitea project is currently reaching out to professionals who would be able to perform an accessibility audit (and be paid of course).
This issue is currently a placeholder for when we receive the report so we can coordinate remediation of issues identified.
If you are, or know, someone who can perform a professional accessibility audit of Gitea please reach out to the project team at email@example.com (or any of the project owners per their email in CONTRIBUTING.md)."
Hey, I'm back. And you probably didn't even know I was gone for the past 6+ months because I kind of just... disappeared.
If we had ongoing convoys I abandoned, apologies. Life got overwhelming and I needed to sort some things out. Not saying life isn't overwhelming now, and that things are all sorted, but there's *some* things taken care of.
“Richard M. Stallman, frequently known as #RMS, has been a dangerous force in the free software community for a long time. He has shown himself to be misogynist, ableist, and transphobic, among other serious accusations of impropriety. We, the undersigned, ask for the entire Board of the #FSF to step down and for RMS to be removed from all leadership positions.”
@devinprater Can you use an ssh config file to do mappings? I know I've mapped ssh keys based on the website it's going to, but that's been with completely different sites. I can't remember if github username is in the git remote path and if that's something you can use in your ssh config to determine your key.
Or, will github allow you to add one of those keys to the "other" github profile, so one profile can be pushed to with either key, and then one of those keys can push to either profile?
@GoatsLive ooh, very cool! I took a stick welding day class, but I want to try MIG welding some time. I could see having a lot of fun and utility in being able to build things out of a mixture of steel and wood.
Not sure I'd trust myself to build something to go on the road, but maybe a gokart. Lol.
@devinprater I haven't used pip in a while, but I think the symbols are supposed to be like a line spinning around it's center point so it 'creates' a circle in the space it covers as it 'spins'. I think the animation would be like if you lay a pencil on a desk and spin it, but just take snapshots of the position for each one eighth rotation. Let me know if I didn't explain that very well.
@lordbowlich that's because the bucket Pitt gives you is static only. I know because I used to have one :P and they gave an extremely small storage space that if you were using for a digital media class website you had to ask for it to be increased several times for it to be useful.
There is something very nostalgic about a static webserver bucket and some ftp credentials. Not sure if Pitt is still offering that to students by default or not.