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Mr Poilievre, if you're that sex-deprived that you need to spy my PornHub history you just have to ask, I'll send it to you personally 😘

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More of a hobbyist, but it helps finding that typo I've made earlier that went unnoticed. And for command-line utilities it's nice being able to ask what you want to do and it provides the parameters you're looking for right away.

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So the Starbucks employee should like in eternal squalor and be grateful to barely make ends meet. But hey, those more fortunate needs their expensive coffee too, that money will trickle down any day now.

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Yet they still need the ability to pay their rent to work where they're needed.

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So you end up with no Starbuck in LA.

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Honestly I focus my game time to singleplayer because I can play on my schedule, and my schedule is mostly defined by my kids.

Ain't got time to dedicate to multiplayer.

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Other than something based on Tesseract, I don't see many FOSS options

OCR (OCR based on Tesseract 5)

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I'd prefer for it to crash and burn, not nationalize it and bail him out of his bad investment.

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I even used it while traveling with friends. We couldn't have our seats together in the airplane and the capability to chat and shitpost over bluetooth securely was kinda nice without annoying everyone.

My biggest annoyance is the inability to migrate a profile and the existing chats across devices, even though that's good security-wise.

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Talk about having the umost integrity to avoid being remunerated for it, not because of the potential corruption it could lead to, but to even avoid the appearence of potential corruption.

He's a FOSS Saint.

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Thanks, just tried it with keyfile authentication for SFTP and it worked like a charm.

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Would be a good time to open a request on /c/meta@lemmy.ml for those who are willing to step up.

EDIT: even better would be /c/community_requests@lemmy.ml

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Some of the automod bots are also filtering and blocking posts based on the content as well (RegEx, confidence rating based on the age of the account and upvote/downvote ratio, presence of rarely seen domains in URLs), so that helps a bit.

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They will likely remove them soon I suppose. And it's easier to leave the option available in case it breaks someone's use-case until they fix it.

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Kind of happens everywhere to be honest, the best defense is to have a good and unique password and MFA enabled.

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They didn't just say it, they declared it. Let's pack up boys!

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Glad to see you on the Fediverse still, not having you there would be a huge loss.

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I'll just say that I appreciate you filling this place with content, even if it's memes. They make the place look alive :)

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Okay hear me out. What if we all chipped in 5 bucks to @firefox? How many people would it take to fund it well enough so they don’t have to do layoffs? I get it, the FOSS community wants the “F” part but we all should contribute some for good infrastructure. And the idea that search engine payments from Google is what keeps Firefox afloat should worry us all. We need browser engine diversity if the web is going to stay open and not littered with walled gardens any more than it already is.

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The thing is they don't need a one-off donation, they need a stable revenue stream. Can't plan for the future if the financials are uncertain or bleak..

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Make sure your work is well-documented in any way you legally can, that way it won't just be your words against his.

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One feature that is currently using a trained model for local processing is Firefox Translations. There are good use for AI that can enhance privacy, but yeah the trend of slapping AI on everything because it is trendy to do so must end.

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One feature that could be neat is having a locally-generated summary of a page, as well as suggested tags when bookmarking.

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The G🤜O🤛P (sorry for the mental image)

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Isn't the telemetry in Audacity opt-in anyway?

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Single-player shooters are my thing (ain't got time for multiplayer and the dedication needed for it), and EA games aren't my thing.

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Then stop replying, start reporting. Replying doesn't solve anything.

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Just

Block

Eachothers

Nothing good will come from arguing aimlessly in the comments. It always devolve into ad hominem and incivility between you two.

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You know, you can block them too, and.. not reply..

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Best of luck getting access to a MRI or ultrasound machine that runs on Linux.

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F that. Someone's trying to grab a bigger splice of the pie by cutting into mine, time to push back.

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I hope so, but the protocol seems to be complex by several order of magnitude.

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I dunno, with that TPM 2.0 requirements some still perfectly capable computers won't be able to run Windows in 2025, at least not one that is kept up-to-date. That's gonna generate some e-waste in many companies who can't switch to Linux on a whim.

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The thing businesses want the most is support, and with Windows 10 being EOL in 2025 and Windows 11 requiring a TPM 2.0 to be officially supported, if they encounter a large-scale issue and they're running an unsupported configuration they'll get a tough luck response from Microsoft Support.

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The absorbtion of vitamin D is greater through the capillaries under the tongue and bypass the digestive system, which is less efficient especially for those with malabsorption issues.

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The vitamin D in drops is already encapsulated in fat to facilitate direct absorption (liposomal).

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The sublingual (under the tongue) route of absorption is often considered preferable for certain substances because it allows for direct entry into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system. This can result in faster onset of action and higher bioavailability compared to absorption in the small intestine, where some substances may undergo partial degradation or be affected by first-pass metabolism in the liver before reaching systemic circulation.

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Largest marketshare to check for compatibility, while ignoring all the other browsers.

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I don't know how Mitchelle Baker was so I won't comment on her performance, but I hope this change of direction will lead Mozilla to a brighter future, and a more privacy-focused web for all of us.

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