• @AgreeableLandscapeM
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    232 years ago

    “We hate your government, not you. So we’re going to screw you over just for being in a specific place.”

  • @enebe
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  • @priapus@sh.itjust.works
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    It does not actually wipe your disk, it just places a file on the users desktop. It seems the author originally wanted to wipe the users disk, but decided against it. Shit like this is a great reason to always pin your dependencies and do your research before upgrading them.

    • @TheAnonymouseJokerOP
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      Pretty sure the author decided to do it in the first place. That moron is the reason why I hesitate to install LITERALLY ANY NPM PACKAGE now.

  • @isleofmist
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    72 years ago

    This is terrible and node-ipc should not have done this. It’s shameful conduct by node-ipc authors.

  • @NathanUp
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    72 years ago

    Yea, this is why I’m only using locally hosted code from now on.

    • azron
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      52 years ago

      This is the pain we all have to see to do better here.

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  • unktheunk
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    52 years ago

    making life shit for the regular citizens is going to do nothing but make life shit for the regular citizens.

    there is a level of generalized sanctions that I’d support, like fucking with the Russian Central bank. but all of the attacks on Russian civilians by independent entities is really disheartening

  • @murtaza64@programming.dev
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    210 months ago

    In the statement from the NGO they threaten legal action. Is there grounds/precedent for such a thing? Don’t you use open source code at your own risk?

    • Kerb
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      310 months ago

      im of course not a lawyer,
      but id expect that there might be a diffrence between stuff breaking or not working as expected, and what sounds like intentional sabotage

  • Reverse
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    12 years ago

    This is so incredibly ill-targeted. All sorts of services can be hosted in Russia or Belarus without having anything to do with the war, the governments or even being bad in any way. This is atrocious.