I made one PR to a few different github repositories a long time ago and now they are going into some Arctic Vault, so I got a random GitHub badge. Which raises a few questions:
1) GitHub has "badges"? Why.
2) There's an Arctic Vault for code? Why, is the code going to undesirably germinate in moderate temperatures like seeds?
3) Why these repositories?
http://blog.fefe.de/?ts=a14d705a: Zu der Liste der ehemaligen Demokratien, die es jetzt aber für völlig normal halten, wenn sie großflächig die eigene Bevölkerung bespitzeln, gesellt sich Kanada. Deren "Web Monitoring"-System heißt "Project Wide Awake". Auf ihren Slides, die jetzt jemand per Informationsfreiheitsgesetz rausgepopelt haben, sprechen sie dann schon von "Social Media Surveillance".Money Quote:a training slide for the project says: “You have zero privacy anyway, get over it.”Freed...
1995: "The internet sees censorship as damage, and routes around it."
2020: "One shitty company had a bad day, now nothing on the internet works."
Jetzt fängt #heise auch schon mit diesem beschissenen "Alle Cookies" Kack an.
@sir I'd like to get your opinion on this: When I review a patchset I `git-fetch`ed, I could easily do something like `git commit --allow-empty --squash=<reviewed-commit> --signoff` for each commit and then git-send-email the created (empty) commits to the author for squashing (and thus, appending my trailer), right
(Reviewed-by would be better of course)?
Would this be a feasible workflow? Also, on an ML I would just reply, but that's harder on their side to integrate, right?
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