It's virtually impossible for me alone to keep track of anything breaking. If you run #OpenBSD and like to #PlayOnBSD, you can help - and have fun! - by playing a few of those games and notifying me if something is broken (or not anymore).
You can reach me on mastodon, twitter, or the list on GitHub:
Take Doordash's smear campaign against Para, an app that let delivery drivers find out how much a job paid before they took it (Doordash hides compensation from drivers in hopes of tricking them into taking unprofitable runs):
Doordash called Para a criminal app, baselessly accused it of identity theft, and insisted that drivers had no right to know how much they were going to get paid before they committed to a job.
Tens of Thousands of Outdated HPE iLO Interfaces Exposed to the Internet and Rootkits
WTF is wrong with these people that connect their ilo to the Internet??!! 🤦♂️
Although there's ways to go such as getting through the Assembly, the New York State Senate has become the first legislative body in the US to pass a #RightToRepair law. https://www.vice.com/en/article/93y3np/new-york-senate-passes-electronics-right-to-repair-legislation
“What am I Drinking?” for jasmaz, Frostie Orange https://live.toobnix.org/videos/watch/b9e047cc-9e85-42ae-a901-0a18c97421b1
"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