> I used to work with engineers, but now that the team is remote, they are engi-fars.
Here's my new minimalist creative coding playground!
Finn: "You can read those bumps with your fingers?"
Jake: "Yeah, I learned Braille from my ex."
Finn: "Your ex was blind?"
Jake: "Naw, just cool." #AdventureTime
The EU Commission is planning automatic CSAM scanning of your private communication – or total surveillance in the name of child protection. This would be the worst surveillance apparatus outside of China:
“Keine Hintertüren “ sagt Regierungsorganisation, dessen einziger Zweck das Einbauen von Hintertüren und Abhören ist.
If you're currently on a massive server like mastodon.social, you might want to consider moving your account to a smaller server.
You can keep your followers when you change servers, here's how to do it: https://mstdn.social/@feditips/107939441820299376
There are lots of good things about smaller servers:
-Better moderation, because there are more staff per member.
-Smaller servers tend to have more personality, with a village feel.
-The local timeline on smaller servers is much more readable.
-Smaller servers protect the Fediverse as a whole from being taken over, because lots of smaller servers are harder to buy than a few big servers.
-It's easier to make a difference on smaller servers. It's easier to discuss things with the admin and other members.
It's this time of the year again....
I love open source. Information Security is important to me. I work on Icecast in my free time.
A nice little Mastodon instance. Mild trolling encouraged (keep it local), but not required. Malicious behaviour is not tolerated. Follow Wheaton's law and you'll be fine.