France’s press: "USA, UK and Australia fucked the whole country over nuclear submarines"
Me, a french: "Yes maybe we can finally discuss that half of our economy is based on weapons so we can stop being a arms dealer to the world. Remember when we sold warships to Putin and US found out? C’mon we can build like solar panels, geothermal, wind turbines … good things."
France: "……………… do you want to buy a war plane ?"
⚠️ IMPORTANT: Users of Element Desktop/Web/Android, FluffyChat & Nheko should upgrade immediately to address a critical encryption vulnerability.
We are not aware of this being exploited in the wild yet, but as the bug is now disclosed please upgrade now. https://matrix.org/blog/2021/09/13/vulnerability-disclosure-key-sharing
Pre-disclosure: we are planning a coordinated security release of several Matrix clients starting ~1pm UK (UTC+1) Monday Sept 13th to address a critical vuln. We have no evidence of it being exploited in the wild, but please be sure to upgrade on Mon! https://matrix.org/blog/2021/09/10/pre-disclosure-upcoming-critical-fix-for-several-popular-matrix-clients
the reign of discord gotta end bro
they got way too much information locked up in these random servers
La société Protonmail a livré des adresses IP aux autorités.
La société @ProtonMail@twitter.com a livré à la police les IP de militants pour le climat, suite à quoi ces militants ont été arrêtés et perquisitionnés. ProtonMail prétend pourtant sur son site web ne pas conserver les adresses IP de ses utilisateurs. https://secoursrouge.org/france-suisse-securite-it-protonmail-a-communique-a-la-police-ladresse-ip-de-militant%c2%b7es-anti-gentrification/
Aviez-vous vu que @gnome avait lancé récemment apps.gnome.org ? Eh bien c’est désormais disponible en français !
—What is blocking progress on your work?
—I'm struggling to find the right emoji to put in this #CI job name.
Google removing an open source app because they dare link to their website which contains a page with methods for donations, and that prevents them from taking a cut. How fucked up is this?
It’s so great that I don’t even understand why it took me so long to look up how to do it. I kept thinking there must be a better way, but never checked if there indeed was until a month or so ago. I’ve used it **a lot** since then.
How often do you find yourself looking for a pattern in files in a git repo, then reviewing and fixing them in vim? Do you wish there was a more efficient way than opening files one by one manually? With fugitive, from vim, you can `:Ggrep pattern -- pathspec` to find matches, then Enter to go back to the editor and `:cw` to open a quickfix window with them. Enter on one of them opens the right file at the right line so you can review/edit.
One #programming #development tool I use regularly (not *often*, though) and don’t see many people talking about is Meld (https://meldmerge.org/). How do others 2-way/3-way diff files and directories? You stay in your favorite editor/IDE (#vscode, #pycharm, #vim)? Am I missing a fancy successor to Meld?