Implemented multilanguage, locale-based internationalization for org-webring. Thanks to @andgafet for letting me use you as the guinea pig!

Hoy estuve trabajando en incluir org-webring en mi Blog.
Si su blog es generado mediante org (incluso exportando ox-hugo) le recomiendo encarecidamente usarlo: es un web ring <con funcionalidad para generar planets> de primera (además de muy bien documentado!

El repo:
git.sr.ht/~brettgilio/org-webr

Mi blog:
cmezagaete.cl

@brettgilio

After 2 months, I managed to unintentionally fix a bug on my website for webkit users.

@craigmaloney Without code that isn't AGPL'ed, AWS would not have a business at all. Of their 170 something services, a hell of a lot of them (maybe even a majority of them) are ass-fucking the commons by turning free software into rentware.

Repeat after me: "I will not vote for anyone who voted for the DMCA."

You wake up. All the software is free. You wonder, what happened to the world of proprietary and unethical software? Nobody knows what you are talking about.

I'm just waiting to wake up from this terrible dream.

It's 2020. How are some ISPs still not IPv6 compliant?

I feel like 90% of my computing is just answering emails. If I didn't have GNUS to help, i'd be lost.

Does your local police department have a partnership with Amazon Ring? You can find out here: atlasofsurveillance.org/

The recent exploit around Bluetooth in the Linux Kernel is caused by type insecurity, unsurprisingly. Perhaps it is time to reevaluate the merits of writing system internals in type safe languages like OCaml which have high performance, memory safety, type safety, and thread safety. Or at least start working in static analyzers, like Frama-C to fuzz out this shit.

After 14 days, I just powered off my thinkpad. RIP $ uptime.

When we say digital rights, we mean your rights over digital stuff. Digital rights are not separate from human rights.

Once somebody finds a cure for depression, you fools are finished!

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