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We have caught up an some maintenance for https://drupal.org/project/block_visibility_groups
This is a good time to check out the dev version, and get back to any improvements or fixes you may have wanted for this helpful and quietly powerful module.
Upgrading to CTools 3.10.0 and/or various Symfony upgrades can break the simple task of adding content on your Drupal site.
> Drupal\Component\Plugin\Exception\ContextException: The context is not a valid context. in Drupal\Core\Executable\ExecutablePluginBase->getContextDefinition() (line 184 …
Full error, for search engines:
The website encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later.
_Drupal\Component\Plugin\Exception\ContextException_ : The context is… https://agaric.coop/blog/drupal-9-component-plugin-contextexception-not-valid-context-after-ctools-symfony-update
Drupal 9.4 installation with existing configuration fails because "unable to uninstall the MySQL module"!?: https://agaric.coop/blog/drupal-94-installation-existing-configuration-fails-because-unable-uninstall-mysql-module
Hi friends and collaborators, join us today at 3pm ET (or any subsequent Thursday at 3) as we kick off a series of research, planning, discussion, and building sessions for Visions Unite.
As our primary pro bono project, Agaric is working on Visions Unite, "where people seeking to make the world more whole can share ideas and information and gather the commitment and resources to build power to be the change we need", which a dozen projects have tried to do—what makes… https://agaric.coop/blog/uniting-visions-kicking-thursday-3pm-et-planning-building-sessions-democratic-conversation
Hi friends and collaborators, Thursdays 3pm Eastern, taking over most of our Show & Tell hour, @agaric will work on Visions Unite "where people seeking to make the world more whole can share ideas and information and gather the commitment and resources to build power to be the change we need", which a dozen projects have tried to do— what makes this different is sharing power via democratic mass communication. Help plan/do interface & underlying tech!
Connection info at https://agaric.coop/show-and-tell
Would you like to support the birth of a #freesoftware based
information technology program in public schools in the capital of
Liberia? Visit https://opencollective.com/liberia-foss-collective and
chip in a few bucks
This same sort of extreme impingement on your control over something that you rely on, that you think of as yours, is why some in the Free Software movement are dead set against Software as a Service— how do you remove a kill-switch from the cloud?
Cooperative ownership / democratic control, data backups, and open source free/libre software for the whole stack - #LibreSaaS - are our answer to that.
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@agaric chose Zulip because it was the best chat realtime+async chat and coordination software available (and we did not have to host it ourselves) but i am becoming increasingly impressed with Zulip as a model of sustainable #LibreSaaS
Just half the res and save world! ,,, On the subject of media storage like camera megapixels and 1080p video,,,
I also found this a bit weird in the article. First they say that the largest part of the data is used by YouTube, porn and on-demand. But that is the last time they mention video/audio, from there on they focus on websites.
But I think their reason for it is that mobile users won't have to upgrade their phones so soon if the web is better.
"a person in the U.S. has their online activity and location exposed 747 times every day" through real-time ad bidding, Irish Council on Civil Liberties reports. That is quite a number. https://www.iccl.ie/digital-data/iccl-report-on-the-scale-of-real-time-bidding-data-broadcasts-in-the-u-s-and-europe/ #privacy #personaldata #advertising
So, I opened a new tab in #Firefox and immediately notice this. After a brief WTF moment, I click on the dots menu over the icon and land on this page:
(Note that from the URL I removed the UTM: `as=u&utm_source=inproduct`)
To sum up, another automatic opt-in from which I have to say no in the settings.
Good discussion here with a great takeaway. Meet your fellow workers! https://portside.org/2022-05-12/revolutionary-grounds (https://agaric.coop/blog/good-discussion-here-great-takeaway-meet-your-fellow-workers-httpsportsideorg2022-05)
Good discussion here with a great takeaway. Meet your fellow workers! https://portside.org/2022-05-12/revolutionary-grounds (https://agaric.coop/blog/here-i-am-httpsportsideorg2022-05-12revolutionary-grounds)
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