It could do with more polishing up but if you're like me and want to see more experimentation with new browser engines, I've just curated a great place for you to start: http://adrian.geek.nz/browser-engine-ganarchy/
Make sure to read the README (though I should inline that): http://adrian.geek.nz/browser-engine-ganarchy/README.md
I'd love to hear back from some of you with more projects to add to this list, however small!
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When the poop is near liquid and hurts your anus. 💩
The buster release files have been signed off by the Release Managers! #releasingDebianBuster
My personal journey from MIT to GPL https://drewdevault.com/2019/06/13/My-journey-from-MIT-to-GPL.html
Oh, #Cloudflare was having issues and brought a lot of websites down with it? That's not great.
But thankfully it's not that hard to roll out your own "DDoS protection" (or caching; just call it caching) setup. Here, you can even use our configs: https://git.occrp.org/libre/fasada
Yes, we use them in production, serving sometimes hundreds of thousands views per day.
Patches welcome. #SysAdmin
in the final episode of HBO's chilling miniseries "Cloudflare", a distributed systems engineer explains to the investigative committee that although Cloudflare recklessly sought a market dominance that made the web brittle and fragile, it was in fact the broader capitalist context that made it wise for them to do so. only the telecom lobby understands the gravity of the accusation, and endeavors successfully to blackball the engineer as a hopeless political radical.
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Horsecr.app is a Mastodon instance dedicated to endless trash.