Die Haltung von @email@example.com zur Nutzung datenschutzwidriger Dienste ist mir sympathisch:
"Wenn im Supermarkt die Hälfte der Produkte ranzig ist, ist die Lösung ja auch nicht, dass ich nicht mehr esse, sondern dass die ihre Kühlkette in Ordnung bringen."
Vielen Dank an alle, die geboostet haben, dass ich auf der Suche nach einem neuen #Linux Admin Job bin, weil meine jetzige Firma nach MS365 migrieren will.
Ich habe bereits einige Hinweise bekommen, aber ihr könnt natürlich gerne weiterhin boosten und Hinweise senden.
Noch kurz einige Eckdaten:
- 50 Jahre
- 20 Jahre Erfahrung Linux, davon 15 professionell als System und Netzwerk-Admin
- Ort: Düsseldorf, westl. Ruhrgebiet und/oder HomeOffice(bundesweit)
When you think about it Mozilla's relationship with Google is analogous to say if Blackwater was the major funder of Amnesty International or if Jeffrey Epstein was the main funder of UNICEF.
Now maybe one can say so long as money is used for just cause pecunia non olet.
But, 1) those who donate the $$ pull the strings and 2) a decent chunk of the money is funneled into executives' pockets in this instance.
When it ran dry (see 1), they layed off workers, not cut executives' wages.
Guter (erster....) Schritt von #SAP: weg mit den diskriminierenden Fachbegriffen:
Interesting discussion in #SapCommunity (and apparently elsewhere, too).
#SapCloudPlatform - unlike other Cloud Platforms - has no permanent free tier and is not easy to handle.
Parallels are drawn to #Symbian, the Mobile OS that "once held almost 40% market share and then quickly faded into oblivion".
Here's the full article by #JelenaPerfiljeva:
The #Welsh Alphabet #10
ae ai au as in eye, aye
aw as how, now, brown, cow
ei as eight
eu as in say, pray
ew is tricky, try e as in bed oo as in moon but just the eh and the oo
iw / i'w as in "ew! (that's disgusting)"
yw / y'w as in yew
oe as in boy, toy
ow as in low, tow, never as in town, clown
wy as in gooey, fluid
ywy as in the ooey of gooey, but a hint of a y sound at the begnninng. Say "fluid" but drop the fl and add a y.
OK, let's break down llanfairpwll...
“Transparency has little value without choice.” – Laura Kalbag
Read @laura’s thoughts in this openDemocracy article titled “Designing data transparency – ideas from the community”
(Written) Language German / English
What's really annoying to me, having #German as a first language:
I do capitalise nouns, which is the right thing to do in German. So it is very fine I do it there.
...but I also do it, when writing in #English, and there it's wrong.
So I think this is the error I correct the most, when I go over a draft I wrote in English: changing back capitalised nouns.
[This is not telling you what you should do - it's telling you what I did and how it is great!]
People, you should get a #globe!
I did, and it is very insightful!
...I mean I kind of "knew" these thing how our maps are rigged and colonial and marginalizing others and showing us bigger than we actually are and all that...
But looking at that plastic ball, I just SEE it. -> it's a different kind of insight!
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