AWiggerInTime

AWiggerInTime OP said ()

I just got lost on their page for like 2 hours.

The site itself is well-made, the articles interesting (damn, now I want a boat too) and Devine is probably the only person on the planet using Plan 9 as his daily driver (nevertheless, based).

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AWiggerInTime said () (edited )

Finally. They had that v2 onion for years and couldn't be bothered to flip that one switch to make it v3.

Does it even work? I stopped using the v2 onion after it died for like a year or something.

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AWiggerInTime said ()

First of all, my condolences. I don't really know what to say more, the loss of a loved one is always harsh and hard to get through.

Secondly, I do know people from my family and outside who experienced a very similar/exact same thing. Is this a proof of existence of the spiritual world? Who knows. I try to not think too much about it, it's very easy to get lost in deliberations for hours and it is kind of scary. We humans don't like the unknown.

Though I have to admit, events like this do add some mysticity to our otherwise pretty well documented world.
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AWiggerInTime OP said ()

Reply to comment by onion in Distro suggestions by AWiggerInTime

I've actually corebooted all my machines which had a port.

I would love to go full freetard and have everything librebooted, but unfortunately I do need some more raw power than a Core 2 Duo/Quad can pump out (unless I want to wait for stuff to finish till the heat death of the universe).

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AWiggerInTime said ()

What surprised me is that Leah Rowe signed the support petition.

After the whole drama with stallman and libreboot's withdrawal from gnu, this was the last name I expected to popup on the petition.

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AWiggerInTime said ()

I want to live in a world where a web browser has a permanently fixed timer in the corner of the screen. After that timer reaches zero, you need to either buy some vbucks to keep using the site or move on.

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AWiggerInTime said ()

Matrix itself is decent, but the official software is utter shit.

Element is a bloated electron mess that's somehow bigger than pisscord and it's buggy as all hell (from small UI bugs to losing connection/not receving messages). Don't get me started on the mobile version. Oh and fun fact, even though olm is implemented in C so it can run natively on pretty much anything, desktop Element still goes through wasm for EVERY MESSAGE, because the devs are retarded enough to not be able to link a binary to a release exec.

The server is even worse, even installing this piece of shit can be a challenge (especially out of the Linux comfort zone) and it hogs EVERYTHING. Say goodbye to like 3 GBs of RAM for a few rooms and users. Say goodbye to your disk space & cpu because python.

The only thing they haven't fucked up yet is Dendrite, the second-gen server which actually looks promising, but it's still in beta it's probably too early to call.

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AWiggerInTime said ()

I can't wait to go to prison for a fukken meme.

Next up:

With our users in mind, Soybook has disabled uploading untagged media files (known also as raw files) to prevent misinformation and harassment. Exceptions are allowed through our customer service reps, who are happy to take your call any time of the day!

I'm so fucking sick of this shit. At this rate any danknet will be illegal in 3 years and encryption will be only allowed through a proprietary HTTP extension that (serverside) will be licensed strictly to enterprises.

Morpheus wake me up plz, the dream world sucks even more

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AWiggerInTime said ()

I'm disappointed.

Mark Rober promised a video feed and the most we got is a Kerbal Space Program knockoff with a photo that might as well been taken by Mr.Armstrong himself with his trusty Konica.

Literally, for me the fat guy with peanuts was the highlight of the stream.

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AWiggerInTime said () (edited )

i don't think either of us has a good enough understanding of exactly how they count

Try it with your fingers, counting's really not that hard.

its for special authorized people and the purpose is to prevent voter fraud

So instead of locking it in some safe with partial keys distibuted amongst those authorized people, so single person has access to it, giving ALL the ballots to just one link in the chain makes it somehow better?

Have you ever heard the word 'corruption'?

breaking down the usps months before the election

Not an argument, orange man bad.

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