2024-02-29

RT chad:

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RT chad:


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RT futzle:

Happy Test Your Leap Year Handling In Production Day to all the software that was written in the last 1460 days.

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RT futzle:

Happy Test Your Leap Year Handling In Production Day to all the software that was written in the last 1460 days.

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RT woz:

Ein Drittel weniger Unfälle – und die Autos kommen sogar schneller voran als früher: In Köniz lässt sich der Erfolg von #Tempo30 besichtigen. Trotzdem wird der Ständerat den Gemeinden nächste Woche wohl Tempo-30-Verbote aufdrücken.

#AngewandterLiberalismus #Verkehrspolitik #Schweiz

woz.ch/2409/tempo-30/verunsich

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RT woz:

Ein Drittel weniger Unfälle – und die Autos kommen sogar schneller voran als früher: In Köniz lässt sich der Erfolg von #Tempo30 besichtigen. Trotzdem wird der Ständerat den Gemeinden nächste Woche wohl Tempo-30-Verbote aufdrücken.

#AngewandterLiberalismus #Verkehrspolitik #Schweiz

woz.ch/2409/tempo-30/verunsich

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2024-02-27

Antwort auf @energisch_

@energisch_ @tinderness @thomasweibel Ja, das scharfe S gibts in der Schweiz nicht.

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@energisch_ @tinderness @thomasweibel Ja, das scharfe S gibts in der Schweiz nicht.

21:41 [/mastodon]

2024-02-26

RT j_honegger:

Von @spschweiz@instagram.com und @matteameyer.ch@instagram.com

Die Heuchelei der Gegner der 13. AHV: Vorgeführt von .


instagram.com/reel/C3usf45K6_L

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RT j_honegger:

Von @spschweiz@instagram.com und @matteameyer.ch@instagram.com

Die Heuchelei der Gegner der 13. AHV: Vorgeführt von .


instagram.com/reel/C3usf45K6_L


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2024-02-19

2024-02-15

RT ecksearoh:

Antwort auf @gertvdijk

@gertvdijk

As you probably know, F5 closed Moscow office in 2022, and I no longer work for F5 since then. Still, we’ve reached an agreement that I will maintain my role in nginx development as a volunteer. And for almost two years I was working on improving nginx and making it better for everyone, for free.

Unfortunately, some new non-technical management at F5 recently decided that they know better how to run open source projects. In particular, they decided to interfere with security policy nginx uses for years, ignoring both the policy and developers’ position.

That’s quite understandable: they own the project, and can do anything with it, including doing marketing-motivated actions, ignoring developers position and community. Still, this contradicts our agreement. And, more importantly, I no longer able to control which changes are made in nginx within F5, and no longer see nginx as a free and open source project developed and maintained for the public good.

As such, starting from today, I will no longer participate in nginx development as run by F5. Instead, I’m starting an alternative project, which is going to be run by developers, and not corporate entities:

freenginx.org/

The goal is to keep nginx development free from arbitrary corporate actions. Help and contributions are welcome. Hope it will be beneficial for everyone.”


Maxim Dounin
freenginx.org/

14:38 [/mastodon]

RT ecksearoh:

Antwort auf @gertvdijk

@gertvdijk

As you probably know, F5 closed Moscow office in 2022, and I no longer work for F5 since then. Still, we’ve reached an agreement that I will maintain my role in nginx development as a volunteer. And for almost two years I was working on improving nginx and making it better for everyone, for free.

Unfortunately, some new non-technical management at F5 recently decided that they know better how to run open source projects. In particular, they decided to interfere with security policy nginx uses for years, ignoring both the policy and developers’ position.

That’s quite understandable: they own the project, and can do anything with it, including doing marketing-motivated actions, ignoring developers position and community. Still, this contradicts our agreement. And, more importantly, I no longer able to control which changes are made in nginx within F5, and no longer see nginx as a free and open source project developed and maintained for the public good.

As such, starting from today, I will no longer participate in nginx development as run by F5. Instead, I’m starting an alternative project, which is going to be run by developers, and not corporate entities:

freenginx.org/

The goal is to keep nginx development free from arbitrary corporate actions. Help and contributions are welcome. Hope it will be beneficial for everyone.”


Maxim Dounin
freenginx.org/

14:38 [/bb-atom]

2024-02-14

RT RalphBassfeld:

The stories behind the relationship between Apple and HAL. kensegall.com/2024/02/13/behin

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RT echo_pbreyer:

🇬🇧European Court of Human Rights today bans general weakening of secure end-to-end encryption #E2EE because it keeps us all safe. hudoc.echr.coe.int/eng/?i=001- (par. 76 pp.)

This makes the client-side scanning on all smartphones contained in the EU Commission’s #ChatControl 2.0 proposal clearly illegal.

EU governments must now finally remove the destruction of secure encryption from the #Chatcontrol 2.0 plans - as well as the blanket surveillance of non-suspects! We #Pirates will continue to fight for this.

14:06 [/mastodon]

RT echo_pbreyer:

🇬🇧European Court of Human Rights today bans general weakening of secure end-to-end encryption #E2EE because it keeps us all safe. hudoc.echr.coe.int/eng/?i=001- (par. 76 pp.)

This makes the client-side scanning on all smartphones contained in the EU Commission’s #ChatControl 2.0 proposal clearly illegal.

EU governments must now finally remove the destruction of secure encryption from the #Chatcontrol 2.0 plans - as well as the blanket surveillance of non-suspects! We #Pirates will continue to fight for this.

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RT marcel:

Some of you might still remember the story of three Polish hackers who helped a train operator get their trains back working, after the manufacturer had bricked them. If not, there is a fascinating article here, which reads like a thriller. And there is also a #37c3 video for those preferring that medium.
1/x
📰 badcyber.com/dieselgate-but-fo
📹 media.ccc.de/v/37c3-12142-brea

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RT marcel:

Some of you might still remember the story of three Polish hackers who helped a train operator get their trains back working, after the manufacturer had bricked them. If not, there is a fascinating article here, which reads like a thriller. And there is also a #37c3 video for those preferring that medium.
1/x
📰 badcyber.com/dieselgate-but-fo
📹 media.ccc.de/v/37c3-12142-brea

09:18 [/mastodon]

RT derpostillon:

Glück für Deutsche Bahn: Windows-3.11-Administrator, der 1993 zu einem Bewerbungsgespräch in den Zug stieg, soeben in Berlin angekommen der-postillon.com/2024/02/wind

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RT derpostillon:

Glück für Deutsche Bahn: Windows-3.11-Administrator, der 1993 zu einem Bewerbungsgespräch in den Zug stieg, soeben in Berlin angekommen der-postillon.com/2024/02/wind

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RT tinderness:

“…..die auf maximale Verweildauer optimierten Algorithmen der populären Plattformen haben durch ihre super-effiziente Bewirtschaftung von Emotionen, Empörung und Ressentiment innerhalb weniger Jahre den öffentlichen Diskurs ernsthaft versaut.”

Ein gut lesbarer und gehaltvoller Blogpost von zum medialen Wirrsinn gestern und heute:

🌀 arminwolf.at/2024/01/10/was-wi

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RT tinderness:

"…..die auf maximale Verweildauer optimierten Algorithmen der populären Plattformen haben durch ihre super-effiziente Bewirtschaftung von Emotionen, Empörung und Ressentiment innerhalb weniger Jahre den öffentlichen Diskurs ernsthaft versaut."

Ein gut lesbarer und gehaltvoller Blogpost von zum medialen Wirrsinn gestern und heute:

🌀 arminwolf.at/2024/01/10/was-wi

09:10 [/bb-atom]

2024-02-12

2024-02-11

RT johnmacintosh:

The influence of Dieter Rams from the 1950s.

Who is the influence for 2055 we have in 2024?

via Brian Roemmele from Twitter





23:22 [/mastodon]

RT johnmacintosh:

The influence of Dieter Rams from the 1950s.

Who is the influence for 2055 we have in 2024?

via Brian Roemmele from Twitter





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RT isotopp:

blog.koehntopp.info/2024/02/09

In welchem wir aus den Fehlerbildern von Endpoint-Security-Software auf vorhandene Umsetzungsdefizite im Entwicklungsprozess schließen und am Ende aus Verzweiflung zu Bildern niedlicher Meerschweinchen greifen, um wieder runter zu kommen.

11:40 [/mastodon]

RT isotopp:

blog.koehntopp.info/2024/02/09

In welchem wir aus den Fehlerbildern von Endpoint-Security-Software auf vorhandene Umsetzungsdefizite im Entwicklungsprozess schließen und am Ende aus Verzweiflung zu Bildern niedlicher Meerschweinchen greifen, um wieder runter zu kommen.

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2024-02-08

RT FireballVM:


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RT FireballVM:


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2024-02-05

2024-02-04

RT marcel:

Wenn wir schon bei seltsamen Fehlern durch falsche Uhrzeiten sind: @bob_zim erzählt eine wundervolle Geschichte, wie eine Abfolge von drei unwahrscheinlichen Fehlern zu einem Absturz eines VPN-Systems führte.

PS: Bei einem früheren Arbeitgeber begann die Zeit meiner Workstation, einer #SunIPX, plötzlich, doppelt so schnell zu laufen wie normal. #NTP konnte damit nicht umgehen (eigentlich gut so) und so musste ein Hack ran…

h/t @nohillside
infosec.exchange/@bob_zim/1118

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RT marcel:

Wenn wir schon bei seltsamen Fehlern durch falsche Uhrzeiten sind: @bob_zim erzählt eine wundervolle Geschichte, wie eine Abfolge von drei unwahrscheinlichen Fehlern zu einem Absturz eines VPN-Systems führte.

PS: Bei einem früheren Arbeitgeber begann die Zeit meiner Workstation, einer #SunIPX, plötzlich, doppelt so schnell zu laufen wie normal. #NTP konnte damit nicht umgehen (eigentlich gut so) und so musste ein Hack ran…

h/t @nohillside
infosec.exchange/@bob_zim/1118

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RT RIDDLES:

@RIDDLES

🐄🐄🐄🐄

original

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RT RIDDLES:

@RIDDLES

🐄🐄🐄🐄


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2024-02-01

RT djb:

Columbia Accident Investigation Board, final report, 2003, volume 1 (history2.nasa.gov/columbia/rep), page 191: “The Board views the endemic use of PowerPoint briefing slides instead of technical papers as an illustration of the problematic methods of technical communication at NASA.”

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RT djb:

Columbia Accident Investigation Board, final report, 2003, volume 1 (history2.nasa.gov/columbia/rep), page 191: “The Board views the endemic use of PowerPoint briefing slides instead of technical papers as an illustration of the problematic methods of technical communication at NASA.”

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