if you read these wikipedia articles you will be better informed (sadly) than much of Fedi
Subaltern (postcolonialism) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subaltern_(postcolonialism)
Black feminism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_feminism
Lesbian feminism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesbian_feminism
Marxist feminism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marxist_feminism
Postcolonial feminism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postcolonial_feminism
Critical legal studies https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_legal_studies
Critical race theory https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_race_theory
let's get our awareness up just a tad
As a Dutch friend put it: "Denmark, Sweden and Norway have been playing a game of thrones since way before it was cool"
Deaths of homeless people sleeping in bins prompt calls for action - https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/feb/24/deaths-homeless-people-sleeping-bins-calls-action-uk appalling that this is even a thing #uk
germany, trans, boosts+
does anyone have any info (links, resources, advice) about:
- insurance coverage for electrolysis and/or surgery in Germany?
- most efficient/effective ways of getting surgery in Germany
- good, calm and open psychologists who can facilitate the above, preferably Central/Eastern Germany
for a German friend who currently has some trans healthcare (HRT) in the UK, but wants to do the above in Germany
Taxi to station, train, change train for subspace terminal, security check, board subspace carriage, don't think about how for a brief moment you don't exist, disembark, train to hotel, sleep, attend conference, train, subspace...
"How was Mars?"
"Didn't really see any of it."
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
If people want an open network, stop shit-talking open things
I hear tech folks saying that RSS is dead, and people on social media saying that blogs are dead.
The problem with this is twofold:
- RSS is doing just fine, and not even remotely dead
- Blogs are doing just fine, and are not even remotely dead, either
There's this strange sort of defeatism around. "Well, we lost, so what can you do". Um, not undermine things that still work and are actively being used? Support them as well?
#Ubuntu is placing ads in its motd when you ssh in.
The way it fetches this ad is by doing
USER_AGENT="curl/$curl_ver $lsb $platform $cpu $uptime cloud_id/$cloud_id"
curl -A "$USER_AGENT" ...
In other words, Ubuntu is sending Canonical tracking information so it can serve you an ad.
This doesn't exactly run every time you log in (it caches the ad in /var/cache), but still... phoning home for a frickin ad?
Samuli Junttila teki väikkäristään räppivideon.
I wish the GNOME community would embrace one of two viewpoints:
- Code formatting does not matter
- Code formatting matters, and is *entirely* maintained and enforced by a tool (cf go fmt, rustfmt, black)
It's heartbreaking to see code reviews which ask only that the authors change things which have no semantic meaning. What a waste of limited time that we could spend on making the software work well.
Oh my God, Becky.
Look at this pull request.
I mean, this commit, it's just so small.
I can't believe it's just so concise,
like it's well thought out.
It's just so... good.
I like small DIFFS, and I cannot lie.
You other hackers can deny,
But when a patch comes in with an itty-bitty count,
and that bug fix in your face
You hit MERGE.
Germany approves Gpg4KDE and Gpg4win for the transmission and processing of National Classified Information: KMail and Kleopatra are officially deemed secure for the transmission of confidential state messages.