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's (including ) has a built in JSON view, which works quite well!

To use it, you have to enable `devtools.jsonview.enabled` in `about:config`.

Backdoored images downloaded from DockerHub 5 million times arstechnica.com/information-te kromtech.com/blog/security-cen

Malware installed through DockerHub can also escape the container, so may continue to run.

Friends don't let friends install unreproducible black box container images.

I think we need screencasts just showing #magit in all its glory. How anyone uses #git solely via the CLI tools I'll never understand. #emacs

Holy shit! Mes now compiles tinycc which compiles gcc!
lists.gnu.org/archive/html/gui

The fully reproducible system is nearly upon us!

Has anyone heard of here? It looks pretty interesting.

laminar.ohwg.net/

The only experience I have with job running services is , which is not particularly impressed me.

I _think_ I've got contexts working with 📨 but it's still hard to tell, as I'm not quite sure what they are meant to do yet...

Back trying to package Ruby on #Rails for GNU #Guix... Show more

Using Docker is a form of gambling, you might get small payoffs, the usual way people build images are so prone to change that it will at some point really cost you.

Not to mention the major issues of provenance and analysis...

Used Jupyter Notebooks for the first time today. It's basically org-mode for people that don't use Emacs. And AWS's SageMaker service that uses Jupyter gives you Conda as a package manager and anyone that knows me can guess how I feel about that. So, who's going to make the Emacs+Guix version of this?

I mean, GitHub sucks in other ways too. "We're the heart of the FOSS world! Oh no thx we won't give back our code btw"

Lovely evening in London for a walk...

Germany's minister of justice with an interesting take: messengers like WhatsApp should be forced by law to implement features, so one can change to other apps (because of e.g. better privacy) without lock-in effect.

I don't want to think about how much wrong-doing can happen here. But on the good site it could lead to a new boom of standards like when companies are forced to adapt.

GER: golem.de/news/barley-justizmin

I'm very excited to see github.com/roelj/guile-sparql is now a thing!

Mixing Guix and Semantic Web stuff has long been on my mind :D

Clearing out the large amount of historical Debian related email I have... subscribing to lots of mailing lists results in lots of email it turns out!

This is a bit depressing.

nerdmeritbadges.com/products/o

This underlying problem needs to become a priority. Either pressuring #github to go free software or getting free software to go elsewhere.

Github becoming synonymous with open source just muddies free software waters more.

Free Software needs free tools.

In case you missed it: HUGE congratulations to our Free Software Awards winners, Karen Sandler @o0karen0o, executive director of @conservancy, and the amazing Public Lab @PublicLab ! https://u.fsf.org/2im

Just spent far too long working out why Rails was capturing exceptions when running tests... the tests were running in the development environment, so much for convention over configuration :-\

Has anyone had any luck with using GNU or similar software? I've tried the Android app on multiple devices, and encountered a range of issues...

at 3:25 Eastern time (about 2 hours from now) I will be talking about GNU #guix at #libreplanet in room 101.

to view the livestream, check out libreplanet.org/2018/live/ and click "room 101"