The stack trace was coming from inside the framework...

Actual historical Nazis 

Random things you learn by having blog posts that rank highly in Google for specific queries: Over the weekend "Identity verification on Mastodon" was a popular search in India.

At @openrightsgroup Scotland and it's nice to see flyers for a number of technologies I routinely use.

☑️ Privacy Badger
☑️ Duck Duck Go
☑️ Firefox
☑️ NoScript
☑️ Tor

Google Tag Manager in approximate GitHub terms:

* GTM accounts == GitHub organisation
* GTM container == GitHub repository
* GTM workspace == Git branch

@verbalshadow It's a deprecated feature so it wasn't originally dead wood.

@switchingsocial @Stem There's also a good rant about how it's overused a lot and you might not need it here:
(In the off-chance you haven't already seen and considered it. Sorry if this is like the third time or something.)

@verbalshadow 😁 It's had logging on it for a month and the entry points were masked with a redirect on the webserver layer for two weeks: it was a dead parrot.

Confidential mode? Hrm.

"Much like how Google Chrome's Incognito mode doesn't totally prevent third-parties from seeing the websites you visit, Confidential mode doesn't keep the content of your emails from Google itself."

Was talking about Mastodon with an old-school sysadmin guy. We reached the realization that defederating from instances with no/bad moderation is essentially the same thing as blocking open relays back when you ran your own email server: open relays always end up getting used for spam, you block 'em to protect your users.

Email was and still is the first federated social network, so it already faced a lot of the same problems; we should study its solutions (and its failures).

Hey, nonbinary german speakers! How do you deal with pronouns in German, given that we are lacking a good neutral options?

What's that you say browser, a page is unresponsive?

Is it Slack by any chance?

Why, yes it is.

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