After Mozilla recently began accepting donations via BitPay, many people started being vocal about cancelling Mozilla and Firefox and switching to other browsers.
I know crypto sucks, but don't y'all realize that the other browser engines are developed by megacorps that are LEAGUES ahead in terms of ecologic impact, and that are almost entirely built on top of evil business models?
Mozilla's only sin was accepting donations via BitPay. Please let's stop being so toxic about everything, and boycott BitPay and Bitcoin rather than Mozilla, shall we?
Castopod is a free open self-hostable podcasting platform with Fediverse support. You can follow at:
The project website is at https://castopod.org
Support for ActivityPub means users of Mastodon etc can follow and interact with Castopod users.
Castopod is still in Alpha testing, you can follow its progress at https://code.podlibre.org/podlibre/castopod-host
Holy.... I just got Lego Drome Racers working on windows 11. I'm still holding the CD from when I was... Way too young.
Talk about some #nostalgia, except now I actually know things, like what the buttons actually mean (or that PgUp is the shift key in drag race qualifying)
Next up: Nascar Racing 4? Can't remember if it's got SecuROM I'd need to NoCD patch or not.
I wonder if @delta ever plans to implement the REQUIRETLS SMTP extension on compatible servers (given it's a Nov. 2019 RFC, there's likely not going to be many for some time).
TL;DR, REQUIRETLS adds an additional attribure the sending side can add to their `MAIL FROM` SMTP command to tell the server that if the server cannot guarentee TLS when it relays the message on, it needs to fail it. So, DANE and MTA-STS are required for the next relay in the chain.
If you don't know the ISO math, 3200 EI on 400 ISO film means I gave it *one eighth* of the light it "wanted" and extracted that off it through deliberately leaving it in the developer too long.
ISO 400 film at EI 3200. AKA, pushing it to the limit of how far I can reasonably play with it's sensitivity and get good results.
Somewhere I got some light leaks (okay, I know where), but other than that, the frame that are good are good.
@tobtobxx 😆 You're so welcome. Here are a few more I've found useful in firefox (I always go looking for these in programs):
ctrl+shift+n: reopen closed window
alt+number: switch to that number tab
ctrl+shift+m: responsive design mode
ctrl+alt+r: reader view
ctrl+shift+pgup/pgdn: move tab to the right or left
alt+left/right: back/forward in history (or alt+scroll wheel on a mouse)
Andy Balaam posts in-depth tutorial videos about programming in many different programming languages. You can follow at:
If the videos aren't visible on your instance yet, you can see them all at https://diode.zone/a/andybalaam/videos
To paraphrase my father, "This is why I switched to digital, it's a lot cheaper."
But... less fun. And have I ever been one to skip out on something eccentric in the name of efficiency?
As of this point in time (maybe pending a browser cache refresh), I've swapped from Disqus to #commento for my blog's comments provider. Now I just need to work on the OAuth integrations.
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