It’s the end of June and all that’s circling my mind is, that if we push off the release by just one more week, it will be 2032 ...
This gem is from the official Apple website. "Forest Explorer" they call it. Guess where the users come from?
1. USA (148k)
2. Russia (65k)
3. China (50k)
4. Saudi Arabia (38k)
As if this mix was not hilarious enough, there's also virtually 0 users from the rest of the world.
It's almost as thought someone used the wrong data, to show something totally unrelated 📡
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Wer ein Gerät mit #Android ab Version 9 hat, kann unseren neuen, verschlüsselnden DNS-Server http://dns3.digitalcourage.de ganz einfach bei „Privates DNS“ (in Einstellungen → Netzwerk & Internet → erweitert) eintragen.
in plain english:
zero parts inside every new Mac being sold in 2020 (with exception for that inaccessibly spendy Mac Pro which’ll be even more scarce than pre-Trash Can Mac Pros) is replaceable, even by a repair shop, now that components are burnt-in-serial-mated to one another, making the Mac an instantly disposable appliance
just like the iPhone
enjoy your walled landfill!
Chromium automatically issues DNS lookups for 3 randomly generated domains on every startup and change of network.
Turns out this "adds up to a whopping half the total load on the root DNS servers… 60 billion bogus queries every day." Oops.
Mozilla just laid off 70 fantastic people. If you can help them - open positions, offering helpful conversations and references, anything else - please say so.
Use #MozillaLifeboat as an umbrella tag for easy finding. (It's already flowing on the birdsite.)
If you've been affected, I'm happy to chat directly. Also have some open positions (see rest of this thread). But doesn't have to be today - take time to recover if you can.
Most of all: thank you folks for making the web better.
"Only our paid users will have access to end-to-end #encryption for their meetings."
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"European Parliament strongly recommends any software developed by and for the EU institutions to be made publicly available under Free and Open Source Software licence"