I wrote an alternative Debian installer. It's a toy, but you can read about it on my blog.
Let me send out some mad appreciation to whoever at #GNOME came up with the "time's-up bell" sound that the GNOME Clocks app uses.
Because it catches your attention, is clear, and yet does not cause you to have fatal heart attacks — unlike the timer bell on my phone, for example.
btw I'm happy and humbled we won a Mozilla MOSS award for MNT Reform. I pitched for it at the Open Source Speed Dating event in Brussels on the FOSDEM 2020 weekend. More info soon, I guess. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/moss/
I'm thinking about security isolation in continuous integration engines. I wrote down my current thinking. What do you think?
@mako is one of the big thinkers about software freedom. I like the following two essays a lot.
Important PSA for people living in the US: The FCC has been forced to reopen public comment on the Net Neutrality decision following a court case by Mozilla. The influx of bots (suspiciously using the names of telecom subscribers) that were anti-Net Neutrality has caused this. The FCC is trying to bury this, and very few are reporting on it.
To (re)file your thoughts on the FCC's decision, go to https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filings/express. Proceeding 17-108 is Net Neutrality. This ends in March.
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@liw Of course! I know a little Finnish too: Ilmatyynyalukseni on täynnä ankeriaita...
As a Dutch friend put it: "Denmark, Sweden and Norway have been playing a game of thrones since way before it was cool"