@thaega préférablement avec un bon accent français

@thaega Tu devrais pousser le vice encore plus loin et les rappeler des playstations

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Gardé.e.s à vue, comment tenir ? 

"Appel des travailleuses et travailleurs du numérique pour une autre réforme des retraites"

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Si vous ne pouvez pas faire grève, ou que vous n'êtes pas déclaré⋅e⋅s / comptabilisé⋅e⋅s, un moyen de soutenir est de donner son jour de paie à des caisses de grève pour indemniser celleux qui perdent des jours de salaire. Vous pouvez vous rapprocher des syndicats de vos entreprises et participer directement (c'est mieux, on sait à qui on donne en direct) ou bien participer à des caisses en lignes.

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We cannot uproot the social fabric without interrupting some of the delicate lifelines miserly afforded to our most vulnerable by a society that does not truly value them. It is our responsibility to see these people, to uplift them and to put them at the forefront, because the revolution is for them. And some will still fall through the cracks. The nature of destabilization and revolt is that it hits the most vulnerable the hardest.

@thaega you underestimate how much non-geeks hate computers

@sir Which one? Manual install or ceph-deploy?

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@otyugh Oh come on. There's way too much JS on the web, but there some good uses for it.
(And fyi, I use uMatrix with JS and XHR disabled by default)

@otyugh But anyway, in my particular case, it's a web application supposed to show messages in real time, so JS is needed for it to work.

@otyugh HackerNews. It uses Javascript only to allow upvoting. (upvoting works with JS disabled, but it reloads the page)

"Please wait while we load an obnoxious amount of JavaScript."
finally an honest waiting message

The worst thing is, this website has a reasonable amount of JS

There's a docker image for exim4. What a time to be alive

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Developer-driven software distribution is a bad idea, which is why I dislike things like Flatpak.

Having distro maintainers involved in the process and installing your software from a free software distribution like Debian or FreeBSD is a much better distribution of power. The packages can be tuned to suit their environment without the developer having to repackage it for every distro, and the distro maintainers can keep out anti-features like telemetry and advertising.

The middleman may seem annoying to developers, but embrace the model and it'll work for you. Landing packages in your favorite distro isn't actually that hard, and the rest of the distros will follow. If you're an end-user who wants to see some software available for your distro, look into packaging and volunteer - it's easy.

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