I already voted. Why am I still seeing commercials. Where is the AI we need.

I guess now would be a good time get that new FSF forge launched. Not that we won't also have to deal with DMCA-related notices, but I have a feeling our approach will be informed by a different set of values.

Youtube-dl is a legitimate tool with a world of a lawful uses. Demanding its removal from Github is a disappointing and counterproductive move by the RIAA. github.com/github/dmca/blob/ma

So nice of the RIAA to advertise this youtube-dl tool! Maybe someone didn't know about it. Really appreciated!

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If you're a #LaTeX user/geek, I'm looking for references/discussions explaining why #pdflatex does not generate accessible #PDF out-of-the-box and what's the current status about fixing it. TIA ! #TeXLive

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Question for the hardcore free-culture folks in the internet: do you listen to music that is released only in final, mixed form? Or do you insist that the musician has to also provide separate instrument tracks?

Serious question; I'm interested in the takes (presumably there are many points on this continuum, although I hope to find a few at least who are far into the "must have all components" range). Boosting appec.

In a world where technology can mean the difference between life and death, can we afford the restrictions proprietary software places on progress? Watch "Rewind," our latest video created to celebrate #fsf35: u.fsf.org/rewind

Want to honor your free software heroes? Nominate someone who's doing a terrific job at empowering computer users for a Free Software Award by October 28th: u.fsf.org/357

...and now a 15% refund on May 2020 premiums, announced in a very self-congratulatory email. So, your idea of relief is, 15% off one month, 13% more for 12 months?

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Dear health insurance company: Thanks for all the "free" COVID-related services -- and the 13% rate increase.

Happy Monday, surveillance devices are scary: wired.com/story/star-witness-y -- Amazon has provided Alexa data to police 2,000 times so far this year.

Students shouldn't be forced to use Zoom, Skype, and other nasty proprietary software to access an education. Support their #UserFreedom: sign our petition! u.fsf.org/34d

What's your favorite intro/guide that y'all link to these days when you invite folks to Mastodon, other than joinmastodon.org?

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