I have been considering the ability to hide following/follower counts on pixelfed.
I have noticed that is one of the addicting aspects of social media and I don't want pixelfed to be a platform that encourages addiction. We don't have shareholders to impress and we have a social responsibility to build better alternatives.
Well this is troubling...
Issues with the Commons Clause license and it's effect on open source.
I think it's easy for someone like me, where programming is more of a hobby, to go full with the GPL as I don't have to worry about making a living off of any of my work. I can see the appeal of other licenses where it may be easier to set up a steady income. But this is definitely not the way to go.
The 14KB in the TCP Initial Window https://tylercipriani.com/blog/2016/09/25/the-14kb-in-the-tcp-initial-window/
"She noticed that her Android phone prompted her to rate a shopping trip to Kohl's, even though she had turned Location History off."
Yeah, I've gotten that myself. According to AP, Google still tracks your location, even if you've turned that setting off.
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