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@mheiber, @effye and myself have just sent the news about this instance to the whole company. So, expect a lot of newcomers.

And to all , welcome .


Framasoft is looking for a contractor for a quite trivial development (Honeypot) for Gitlab.

Framasoft recherche un⋅e prestataire pour un développement relativement trivial (Honeypot) pour Gitlab

Infos :

If there is a feeling called zoom fatigue, can I also be zoom angry, zoom bored, zoom annoyed, zoom confused, zoom impatient, zoom shy,...?

Boom boom boom let me here you say "way-ooh"

I was pretty fed up with the behavior of 'df', so I wrote my own diskfree tool.

It's called 'duf', it's written in #golang, and you can get it here:

On ArchLinux, you can simply install 'duf' from the AUR.

Former Facebook data scientist Sophie Zhang on the massive amount of "inauthentic activity" used for political purposes on the platform.

The so-called "new normal" in these pandemic times is literal cyberpunk dystopia. This makes the wildest dreams of Big Tech™ come true.

I'm vexed of the "economic opportunity" arguments of the new normal. It's a huge step forward for large vested interests and a death blow for small businesses. I haven't yet seen any large-scale good outcomes of this pandemic.

(This is a rant. No replies expected)

Are design and tech still treated as separate entities in your organization? Join us for on October 15th and learn how collaboration between and in cross-functional teams creates the foundation for a modern digital business.

I’m currently in a 5000m² office space with only the cleaning person. Absolutely no one of my colleagues showed up.

We're excited to announce the ActivityPub conf 2020 keynotes!

Opening up the conference we have a panel featuring the editors/authors of the ActivityPub panel: Jessica Tallon (@tsyesika), Amy Guy (@rhiaro), Erin Shepherd, and Evan Prodromou, with me moderating! (Hear from everyone else this time!)

Wrapping things up is Darius Kazemi (@darius) presenting "Let's Play and Win Our Own Game"!

See the whole lineup:


Tech fascists 

A big mistake in tech coverage over the past decade has been depicting its figures as dorks, bureaucrats, buffoons —everything but dangerous, powerful, and fully enabling fascism if not totally fascist themselves. I get the sense that media like the HBO show Silicon Valley (which already was a mess) is going to look apologetic in retrospect. The media depiction of Zuckerberg has changed, thankfully, but not quickly enough.

I put myself a reminder in a few days ago. I don’t remember about what. Send

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