"The average American worker takes less vacation time than a medieval peasant"
A very interesting read on how work hours and leisure time changed through history.
...I think maybe it's a bit too much biased against patriotism. I was surprised to see the test reporting I'm 52% nationalist!
I'm surely quite patriotic, I strongly believe in self-determination and local autonomy: what this has to do with nationalism?
My humble suggestion would be to differentiate between patriotism and nationalism, or maybe just reduce a little bit the points given on patriotic stances.
Allright, just took @RSI PolitiScales test, here's my result.
#Mastodon v2.4.0 is 🎉 finally out! 🎉
The changelog is long, but here are some highlights:
- Better offline support
- DMs column
- New profile options
- Hide who you follow if you want
- 120% better report UI for mods
- High contrast theme
- Web Push API opened up to app developers! Easy push notifications possible in all apps now
- Performance improvements
- Various fixes and improvements 😋
Internet, 2002; claiming that you're over 18 so that websites will let you in.
Internet, 2018: claiming that you're under 16 and in the EU so that websites cannot track your data
Cat: *falls asleep on me*
Me: I understand and accept these new terms and conditions
2008: Firefox 3
2011: Firefox 4
2014: Firefox 34
2017: Firefox 57
2020: Firefox 100
2023: Firefox 1000
2026: Firefox 10000
2029: Firefox 42069
2032: Ultra Firefox TURBO Arcade Edition
"Elon Musk: I'm putting people on Mars!
Developers: Fantastic, more timezones to support."
Step 1: I’m an idiot
Step 2: I’m a wizard
Step 3: no I was right the first time
So Google detests the AGPL license: https://opensource.google.com/docs/using/agpl-policy/ going as far as to demand this:
"Do not install AGPL-licensed programs on your workstation, Google-issued laptop, or Google-issued phone without explicit authorization from the Open Source Programs Office."
So to degooglify the internet everyone should choose AGPL for open source projects :)
I'm late to the party, but AFAIK, removing the git history is not a violation of the AGPL. Git is not even mentioned in GNU Public licenses... If you fork a GPL project and distribute the binaries (or services in the case of AGPL) you have to give the source code to the users in any form. You can even send each user a floppy disk with the code, if that's convenient.
Divisive Politics are destroying Open Source.