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> Request for Guillotine: 1
If this is how discourse about a god-damn e-mail is going to look, I’ll probably stop giving a shit about FOSS and cultural wars there. I’m tired of this shit.

I /really/ need to add to my rss reader because it’s *so good*. This is the best description I’ve ever seen of the Microsoft acquisition of Github.

Is there any documentation on Intel GMA500 (Poulsbo) 2D acceleration other than Linux source code?

did you know that, if AmigaOS cannot automatically allocate resources to a hardware device at boot time, then it will, in official terminology, tell it to shut up

Unpopular opinion: By blocking Gab, you’re helping Nazis. You’re creating a safe space for them where they are among each other, not having to face contrary opinions and being able to radicalize themselves without intervention or it being noticed and acted upon by others.

I’m German and we had and have plenty of Nazis to deal with. Isolating them from society didn’t help, it only made it worse and meant we didn’t notice how much they radicalized themselves until they started killing politicians

Adblocking, old man yells at cloud 

current status: ranting on masto while waiting for an answer on slack. the real-time response culture is a terrible way to organise around.

cursed "retro" webdev stack:
>some crappy IDE written in Delphi or notepad
>wannabe XAMPP clone for testing
>>with php4
>hosted on shitty PHP hosting inserting ads on random places of your website
>md5 hashes

Installing Devuan on Nokia Booklet 3G. I'll try to install Intel EMGD drivers, maybe I'll get usable enough 3D acceleration...

all phones are botnet, choose your masters accordingly

> System/360 uses truncated addressing. That means that instructions do not contain complete addresses, but rather specify a base register and a positive offset from the addresses in the base registers. In the case of System/360 the base address is contained in one of 15 general registers.

/me screams internally at work

B612 is an open-source font developed by Airbus. It's the result of a research project to define and validate an “Aeronautical Font” to improve display of information on the cockpit screens, in particular in terms of legibility and comfort of reading.

Still waiting the day of a RISC-V devboard that usable as a desktop under 700 USD. #riscv

circa 1980. "And we concluded that one excellent way to protect people was to collect less information about them."

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Mastodon @ SDF

"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko