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Depends on what your language's script is then with assigned Unicode characters, how wide-spread it is, when fonts will support the glyphs, and what you mean by "changes to be available on my local OS". What OS? What does available mean here? Do you expect the OS UI to be in your language? Doubtful. Some desktop environment maybe somewhen. Programs using ICU are more likely to support specific script related features (e.g. word/line breaking, transliteration) when ICU will support Unicode 16 in its next version. Locale specifics may have to wait for or could be contributed to CLDR that is also used by ICU. Availability of any UI in the language mostly depends on whether translators contribute to the relevant projects.

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Whatever client you use, there is no privacy with Discord. Period. Full stop.

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This is how one attracts and invites Jia Tan and Hans Jansen types.

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Malicious account holders with a long term goal need to build reputation. It doesn't matter much that such an app isn't a dependency of other software.

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Of the xz/liblzma backdoor incident.

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Making one a maintainer (with merge and possibly even direct commit/push permissions) is handing them a key to the kingdom. Recruiting a maintainer out of the blue without them being already contributor and long term participant in the project is questionable.

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Apparently not, you can check commits in https://git.tukaani.org/?p=xz.git;a=summary the first authored commit was 2022-01-28, then long time nothing until 2022-06-10, the first merge as committer was 2022-12-16.

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First choice GIMP. Then, Digikam has an image editor that provides a number of tools. Not as detailed and sophisticated as GIMP but does most things needed.

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When clearing Cookies and Site Data, under Manage Exceptions add the URLs of the web sites you want to keep data for, i.e. Allow.

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Meh, not available in Android versions :-/
You could disable deletion of cookies and site data, and use the Cookie AutoDelete Add-On to delete cookies and data (you'll have to enable that once) and add sites you want to keep there in the whitelist while you are visiting them.

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Hell no, having OTP in the browser kinda defeats all 2FA and makes it 1FA again.

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I don't have much to add to the edited version of that comment in that topic there: https://lemmy.ml/comment/8930011

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It's enough if they have access to the browser.

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Lol, "the only way a team can effectively use TOTP", really? Many paid PWMs doing it already isn't a good excuse.

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It's probably sufficient to be able to take over the browser remotely.

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RCE CVEs are a thing.

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If you like command line: TaskWarrior has due and recurring tasks and weighted priorities and more.
There are also some frontends under Tools, search for GUI, but to me they are more cumbersome than CLI. If you're into Vim then vit might come handy.

See also Recurring tasks with taskwarrior.

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If you installed the original legit package it can't be updated with such fake one (without uninstalling and installing the bad one) as the signatures won't match. If you initially install the bad package then yes of course.

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Yes, Info-ZIP can do that, it's called a split archive. man zip and -s splitsize or --split-size splitsize

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It will get trained on some comment posts.

Let reddit die. Join Lemmy or /kbin. https://join-lemmy.org/ https://kbin.pub/

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It will get trained on some comment posts.

Let reddit die. Join Lemmy or /kbin. https://join-lemmy.org/ https://kbin.pub/

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I did that some months ago already, changed all my comment posts.

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The Power Off button gives a great quality of life experience.

Why does some apps update doesn't show in fdroid website but is available in the app store ?

I thought the store got the update from the repo so theoratically should'nt the website have it if the fdroid app store is taking updates from there ( I am talking about the official fdroid app , the main repo and main site ) or is the official site and repo not the same or am i missing something ?

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The website's app index is generated independently.

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There might be an AN.ON server or two left running, but it's pretty much dead, see also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_Anon_Proxy

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OP seems to be on a crusade, cross-posting this to 4 lemmy communities.

Anyway, this: https://github.com/organicmaps/organicmaps/issues/6773#issuecomment-1838123926

As Jean said, it will have a setting to toggle the Kayak integration and it will be opt-in (disabled by default) to avoid an Anti-Feature on F-Droid.

FOSS Android calculator app that supports rich text

Hello! I'm looking for a FOSS replacement for the calculator app that I currently use, N-CALC, that is now not even released in the play store (http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duy.calc.casio) and only available from sites like APKFree. I tried all the various calculator apps on F-droid but none of them supported...

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Why does one even need rich text in a calculator app?

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Abandoned though, last version of 2019-09-19.

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It's Fossify but the GitHub organization name is FossifyOrg.

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Define anon.

Apart from that, take a look at bkil.gitlab.io/secuchart/ and user feature (leftmost column) Video calls for messengers with Android F-droid/apk yes.

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So not anonymous, but pseudonymous.

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Session is crypto-currency bound with dubious twists.

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There is no Tor Browser package in the “normal” main repo.

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With a Guardian repo’s Tor Browser package installed you can use FFUpdater to update, which pulls the torproject’s .apk (currently 13.0) and later will keep it updated.

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If in F-Droid, maybe scroll down a little? There are 4 different ABI builds for each release. Anyway, those are the old 12.5.6 based on 102.2.1esr.

Weirdly, I also found a version on the izzyondroid website that for some reason has all APKs from all repos?

It lists the packages, doesn’t have them…

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And how exactly is this related to the topic of F-Droid?

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So they actually don’t need a car, just infotainment. A couch without wheels would do.

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Careful, mode 2 means reject all or fall back to accept all if there is no Reject All button. So use that only if cookies are disabled or otherwise controlled, for example by an AddOn like Cookie AutoDelete. If not, rather use mode 1 that hits only a Reject All button if available but ignores others.

See …mozilla.org/…/firefox-cookie-banner-handling/ and github.com/mozilla/cookie-banner-rules-list

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