@lwriemen Oh, man. My love for OS/2 runs deep. Such a fun system.

But the Free Software loving part of my brain is made happy by FreeDOS.

How fun would a FreeOS/2 be?!

I was familiar with Ubi Soft's early PC adaptations of Zombi (Dawn of the Dead) and The Howling, but nothing prepared me for their Amstrad CPC game "Manhattan 95". Ooooohhh boy 🤣🤣🤣

@mangeurdenuage

Seems nicer to me to outright block someone. Leaving them unblocked, but ignoring them feels, to me, like leading someone on.

But a straightforward block? Leaves no room for uncertainty. I like that.

Plus, I make it pretty clear that I will happily unblock anyone who decides to stop harassing or being hateful to others. I believe in second (and millionth) chances. ;)

The block button rules.

If people are being mean and unkind? I block em!

Doesn't infringe on their free speech -- they can be as mean and hateful as they like on their own timeline. I just don't need to listen to it. ;)

Now.

Who wants to talk about FreeDOS? :)

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@naebulys @thegimmickhacker

Oh, and to answer the original question: I totally have no problem with you getting the show... anywhere. :)

Personally, I would suggest using the official sources (LBRY, YouTube, or RSS feed) just to make sure you get the latest and without editing, etc. But it's ok to get it anywhere. ;)

@naebulys @thegimmickhacker

Yeah, it's not an official channel.

There's a lot of "unofficial" ones out there. :)

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Black Hat drama this week shows the risks in creating a machine/process w/ the power to censor a group for personal views. Always starts w/ dangerous/unsympathetic views, inevitably expands to censor other groups based on shakier grounds.

@lunduke
Once lunduke fought Chuck Norris, we can tell who won, we hear from lunduke, Mr. Norris is at home on Linux now after his loss

Today's #Linux News:

* PHP v7.4.0 Available
* PyCharm 2019.2 EAP3 Released
* Talks To Port Over Microsoft's Chromium-Based Edge browser To Linux
* Canonical Announces Embedded Computer Manifold 2 for Drone Developers

To read more about these headlines:
linuxjournal.com/content/canon

@naebulys @lunduke Now that you mention it, you never see Bryan Lunduke and David Tennant in the same room at the same time...

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