excuse me did you say queer co-op banking https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/introducing-superbia/x/9132677#/
Them: Sir, we have video surveillance footage of you defacing government property
Me: it doesn’t have my PGP signature tho
Hello everyone, allow me to do an #introduction of myself.
I am very passionate about free software, and free culture. I also work in the civil liberties and information security spaces (currently at Freedom of the Press Foundation).
I left a comment explaining why GitLab could be improved by an order of magnitude or so by having federations support https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/44486#note_65901018
co-creation is so heckin good
coming off of a really hard, really powerful, really important retreat weekend with my co-op. lots of hard, abstract, and essential conversations about our future, systems, relationships, and everything else that makes us us.
i’m feeling really optimistic and excited about this group of people, and i can’t wait to see what we manage after this weekend.
I want a trans adventure
period piece starring written by and owned by trans people. I want them to tell their own stories and get rich doing it.
I. Want. More.
I want a billion dollar Black queer sci fi movie franchise produced and distributed by a Black owned production house.
I want more. I want us to keep pushing
Yeah I do ACRONYMS:
"How Tiny Red Dots Took Over Your Life" by John Herrman https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/27/magazine/red-dots-badge-phones-notification.html
When I stared seeing these red dots on rando marketing websites (clicking it yielded "Hi! I'm Greg. Do you have any questions about <some product>?"), I knew these things were starting to get out of hand.
This is a GitHub repository containing the source code of Pokémon Red and Blue, disassembled and refactored to human-readable (and editable!) asm.
While the code is refactored, its functionality is untouched, and the ROMs you built with this code will be identical to the one that is on US Pokémon Red or Blue cartridge.
It is a really cool and interesting project!