It would be nice to have a replacement for utterances, and massive platforms closed such as disqus
There’s sites that offer the latest versions, but Incopro went after a version for DOS? This should probably also have the “yikes” tag
I thought it was going to be a negative change. I was happily surprised :)
Although, I learned from the article that a lot of country TLDs don’t allow domain privacy, which makes me concerned for some of the cool cats in the tildeverse using .uk and .us domains.
Until I read that article, I didn’t know there were TLDs that didn’t allow domain privacy… and that’s somewhat concerning imo
For a second I thought this was going to be that Amazon leaked some/all of their keys for AWS… hehe
To jumpstart everyone into action for the new year :D
I’m conflicted about most of the advice on this site. At least half of the points they list are things I’d consider anti-patterns like not including manpages, using windows, and even using emoji.
A bit disappointed to see the linked discussion is on a closed platform like discord as well.
At least they’ve got the basic points correct.
It’s a bit ironic imo that discussions on CLI guidelines are held on a platform that doesn’t let you use any CLI-based clients.
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Fortunately, there’s no conceivable way this can be used for data mining or any form of surveillance! /s
Is this going to be “Windows RT (pt. 2)”?
I get an “Error 526: The origin web server does not have a valid SSL certificate.”
Web server issue… shouldn’t have errors now
Is the page “Coming soon” what there is to see?
Wouldn’t this also be a security issue? If free calls aren’t encrypted can’t anyone get whatever data is being transferred?
I scrolled through the replies a bit on Twitter and it seemed like they were talking spcifically about end-to-end encryption; so maybe free calls would still be encrypted between Zoom’s severs and the clients.
imo, Google should’ve expected such a suit sooner or later with such practices
Windows has a bug that leaks credentials? What’s new?
Would this even be a problem on smaller/restricted (as in invite-only) servers where it’ll be a lot easier for the machine admins to watch for vulnerabilities and stuff in user web dirs?
Good read. The fact the google home page needs 2mb for a search bar and a couple buttons tho
Isn’t the title of this article “The reckless, infinite scope of web browsers”?
That’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it.
All joking aside, this is a continuation of a discussion on Tilde.town IRC. I did a poor job of supporting my argument (SEE: title of this post) and I felt that the author of the article did a better job of defending my argument than I did myself. I hope that the folks I was discussing this with take a look at this article and see why I came to the conclusion I did.