Weekly Tech News - Oct 15, 2019
News Stories: Linus Torvalds, Microsoft, Internet Archive, DOS games, Google Stadia, Twitter, Xbox, Blizzard, & China.
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@lunduke I went to your site to subscribe to your RSS feed. The web developer in me wanted to convert your table to a css grid and make it responsive. Don't get me wrong, I don't want you to change a thing about it. My web dev OCD just kicked in.
LibreOffice runs on the Librem 5!
AND IT WORKS.
Saving files, opening files, typing... the UI is a bit cramped (it's a desktop app on a phone)... but hot-diggity! It works!
Well. LibreOffice successfully installed on the Librem 5!
But... I mean... It won't actually run.
... will it?
Ok. I'm not *actually* dialing Jenny.
(Well, now that's gonna be stuck in my head all day.)
Giving users the power to moderate their own feeds is the key. Centralized moderation will always be flawed--a company can never represent your sensitivities as well as you and your peers (and will likely bow to outside pressure to censor, whether it's China or groups of users).
Pardon the dark shot. Was on my workbench. I'll take some better shots in a bit. :)
The openSUSE project is voting to change their name. Should they change? What name should "openSUSE" change to?
Do Linux users actually read the source code?
Microsoft, GitHub take firm political stances, vilifies those that disagree.
... should Tech companies / organizations take political stances outside of their core mission?