The Huawei Disaster Reveals Google’s Iron Grip on Android
(submitted by samrohn)
One interesting question: given the latest imposed sanctions on the People's Republic of China and maybe upcoming embargoes, a whole bunch of US-based Internet content provider, like GitHub, might refuse to provide service to customers from China mainland and most likely block all IP from that region. Will those merchants who offer proxy services to their Chinese customers, which are initially designed to bypass the Great Firewall(GFW), violate the export regulations?
Why Play a Music CD? No Ads, No Privacy Terrors, No Algorithms
(submitted by ingve)
You know It's bad when they release an XP patch.
Back when the GNU project was starting, among the first things they rewrote as Free Software were:
- text editor / IDE (Emacs)
- assembler, linker, and compiler
IOW, they made tools that they needed to further develop Free Software without relying on proprietary tools.
They wanted their project to be self-hosting.
Nowadays, we have more free software than ever, but we develop it using github and Discord...
Then, if I'm slow at learning Japanese, does it mean I'm just dumb? 🤔
fairground.moe is one server in the network