Automatic issue closing bots on slow moving projects are not the greatest idea…
Just got an email from DHL about real-time tracking for my package. Seriously, why do I need that. Just make sure my package arrives on the day you tell me it arrives. No need to put tracking devices on your drivers.
How can one make sure that stuff arrives? By having enough drivers. Not by tracking. Give drivers a break, add some time to their schedule that acts as a buffer in case things take a bit longer, make shipping more expensive if necessary.
Wie Tracking in Apps die Sicherheit und den Datenschutz unnötig gefährdet
I thought I have a rough idea about how "crypto currencies" work, then I listened to this podcast. Now I'm sure again, that I have no idea about it and want to stay as far as possible away from that gambling table:
@Tusky I think I just noticed that Tusky will filter my own toots from the home timeline when they contain words from my filter list. Is that intended?
Great work "Luca" devs. We are walking backwards again. Not only is data stored on centralised servers again, no we also went from let's make it open source, so people can trust it, back to let's make it proprietary so no one copies it.
There was so much we achieved with the Corona Warn App that is basically rolled backwards by pushing this luca app.
Maybe I didn't search properly but so far I couldn't even find where or how you actually store the data, besides a bunch of marketing speek.
Home Router Security Report 2020 https://www.fkie.fraunhofer.de/content/dam/fkie/de/documents/HomeRouter/HomeRouterSecurity_2020_Bericht.pdf
The demo instance is currently around 240 active users on 180 different notes.
Always good to see people using our project. But even better: This is just the smallest part. Because most people use HedgeDoc on self-hosted instances around the globe.
If you run your own instance and collect those basic statistics, how is your instance utilised? Let us know!
How I cut GTA Online loading times by 70%
Me being an unofficial member of @kev's 512kb club.
The local newspaper's website, 2 years after GDPR is enforced, 4 years since it's in place, still requires more than 50 probably more than 100 as services, that are not opt-in, but opt-out, to view their page.
I don't know who thinks that it's feasible for anyone to contact more than much more than 50 different companies to opt-out from collection. Even more questionable is how one is supposed to do any meaningful GDPR request towards them.
🇬🇧 Incredible: Microsoft decides which e-mail Members of the European Parliament get to read in their inbox. It's called Outlook spam filter and cannot be disabled.
'Landmark' Victory as UK Supreme Court Rules Uber Drivers Are Workers Entitled to Minimum Wage, Benefits https://www.commondreams.org/news/2021/02/19/landmark-victory-uk-supreme-court-rules-uber-drivers-are-workers-entitled-minimum
“Algorithmen für Bewerbungen - Das Bücherregal im Hintergrund hat Einfluss darauf, ob Du den Job bekommst” https://netzpolitik.org/2021/algorithmen-fuer-bewerbungen-das-buecherregal-im-hintergrund-hat-einfluss-darauf-ob-du-den-job-bekommst/ Wir brauchen ein Beschäftigtendatenschutzgesetz. Das Schlimmste ist ja, dass die Ergebnisse der Software als quasi objektiv unreflektiert bleiben
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