Stop spreading stereotypes. Your librarian isn't telling you to "shh" they are recommending that you look in the index under S-Sh
i put my boss in his calming pouch
Linux, codes of conduct (+) Show more
Happy to hear that Linux has adopted the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct. I ran across that CoC in 2015 and adopted it for my Playscii project.
More surprising is Torvalds' admission and promise to do better. His attitude, and the culture that accrued around it for many years, drove away a lot of talented contributors. While today's news doesn't make up for that, it's a starting point. I'm hoping this leads to better things on many fronts.
The count down to Plasma 5.14 starts today. Get Plasma 5.14 beta now and try out new features such as the Display Configuration widget, Discover's firmware upgrade system, and Kwin's smoother desktop effects.
WARNING: Beta software is for testers. Expect rough edges. Submit bug reports.
mutual aid, direct action, and solidarity are not theoretical models waiting to be applied. they are the means of survival for so many of us. we practice them every day because they are the path to tomorrow.
i wouldn't be alive but for the haphazard mutual aid systems of marginalized communities. my very survival fills me with faith in each other. beware despair: it belongs to our foes.
It is hard to believe such stupidity can exist in the human race, but there it is :-o /jd
'North Carolina [passed] legislation prohibiting state and local agencies from making planning decisions based on the latest climate science about sea level rise....
Now the state is facing the threat of a life-threatening storm surge, which could cause billions of dollars in damage.'
Doin' the state a h*ckin' frighten.
People have a lot of alts. Seems confusing to me unless you're dividing by topic which is totally cool.
just make sure not to screw things up:
start with this and have fun:
cat /dev/fd/3 3<<EOF2 | grep -f /dev/fd/6 6<<EOF1
oh and no need for unique EOFs or EOFs at all:
cat /dev/fd/3 3<<foo /dev/fd/4 4<<foo
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