If you want to leave GitHub due to their recent bad behavior but still need a presence there, you can absolutely do that.
What FOSS developers provide them is credibility. If you move your cool projects elsewhere and mirror them to Github with a pointer to the real repo, the message is clear: you're only on Github because you have to be.
Boycotting $BIG_COMPANY 95% of the time is almost as effective as boycotting it 100% of the time; this isn't an all-or-nothing deal.
I don't have a soundcloud, so why don't you go to https://donorsee.com/ and help some people who really need it.
Or view the source and track development at https://gitee.com/mirrors/youtube-downloader
youtube-dl was taken down by RIAA via DMCA. You know, the one that was archived here:
and is still live here:
with hash e0ece0221b389c8054cb86661d8f9fb7408d8f4dbc17cc413715dd61ad825133 just in case you wanted to check it for malware
While true, that's a really ... interesting way to phrase a 7% decline in new jobless claims from a week ago that's now at the lowest level since March.
Antitrust lawsuit against Google
"Horne points out that (birdsite's) new policy of removing (birdsite posts) or banning (birdsite) users who are "acting in concert" with hackers is vague. Does it apply, for instance, to the International Committee of Investigative Journalists?" https://www.wired.com/story/twitter-hacked-materials-rule-change-impossible-needle/ #BlueLeaks #censorship
Conservatives outraged that New York Post got a link blocked mostly said nothing during the summer of #Blueleaks suppression we have lived. "I'd call on Twitter to immediately establish democratic and transparent processes for enforcing its terms of service that include room for appeals and community oversight. Who is even making the decisions at Twitter about what is hacked material?" https://pando.com/2020/10/14/twitter-restricted-new-york-post-same-way-blueleaks/
Found a bug with Skia, did my due diligence in sending a patch upstream. Google drones refuse to apply my two-liner patch to fix musl libc support unless I sign their CLA, despite explicitly agreeing to distribute it under the terms of their license, which permits free redistribution and modification.
Eat shit, Google, this is why no one likes working with you.
Ping of Death 2020 edition: stack buffer overflow in Windows ICMPv6 support. Wow, I see MS is on the 2020 bandwagon too.
@sir Do you want ants? Because that's how you get ants. Or at least every "well, actually" descending on your profile.
But... you're right. *ducks*
After spending too much time with it, it's like half of Haskell was hacked together out of sheer indignation that things like I/O really do exist
Not many people know this, but when Windows changed the trash bin to recycle, they started sending deleted files to China to see if they could re-use the data, but since the trade war, your files aren't actually being recycled anymore so you can just delete them