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Eine kleine Instanz für den Dresdner Raum. Momentan findet man dort vor allem noch Videos der Piratenpartei Sachsen und die Reden der Dissidentenfraktion im Dresdner Stadtrat…


Making flatbread yourself is surprisingly easy. Really good with hummus or guacamole.

https://spacepub.space/videos/watch/0656038d-7255-411b-beff-2d652e71d804


Bandcamp kannte ich noch gar nicht. Danke! Ziemlich cool, dass man die Audiodateien dort auch im FLAC Format herunterladen kann.


Also if OP wants to make sure there is no traffic bypassing the VPN they should enable “Always-on VPN” and “Block connections without VPN” in the settings > VPN > Orbot options icon.


Wenn die Saftläden ein Problem mit mit dem schwachen Kopierschutz von YouTube haben, sollen sie halt ihre Musik dort nicht hochladen oder mit den Konsequenzen leben, wenn sie die Reichweite behalten wollen. Ärgerlich, dass man viele Künstler nicht unterstützen kann, ohne dass diese Gauner davon profitieren.


Life can be short, so we decide to fuck up the life of others even more by getting a 600PS car with a 7l engine that consumes 15l diesel per 100km because yolo.


The primary reason there are so many ways is the Rust ownership and type system.

  • String is a ‘normal’ mutable UTF-8 string that is allocated on the heap.
  • &str is either a slice reference pointing to a part of a string or a string literal in read-only memory.
  • &[u8] is a reference to slice of bytes (so only capable of ASCII characters).
  • &[u8; N] is a reference to a fixed size slice reference of bytes where the length is encoded in the type.
  • Vec<u8> is a mutable array of bytes (the former two are immutable in contrast).
  • &u8 is a reference to a single byte.
  • OsString is an owned, mutable platform native string in the platform’s preferred representation (e.g. non-zero byte UTF-8 on Linux, non-zero byte UTF-16 in Windows).
  • OsStr is a borrowed version of an OsString.
  • Path is a slice that supports operations like obtaining the root element or file name or check if it is absolute or relative or to check if the the file exists in the file system.
  • PathBuf is an owned, mutable version of the former one.
  • CString is an owned representation of a string that should be compatible with C (e.g. null terminated and no zero bytes in between). They are handy if you want to call C libraries from Rust code.
  • CStr is a borrowed version of CString.
  • &'static str is a string slice reference with a static lifetime and is therefore valid for the duration of the entire program (in contrast to slices of Strings that might get de-allocated at some point).


Do you have a nice recipe? Mine tend to be either really dry or straight up fall apart.


The only scary part imo is the vague ‘flavouring’. This could be anything.


Könnten ruhig noch etwas mehr deutschsprachige Inhalte dabei sein.

+1. Die Fortschritte sind schon nicht schlecht. Was noch etwas fehlt sind mehr Originalbeiträge und mehr Diversität bei verlinkten Inhalten (das finde ich bei HN extrem gut, man lernt ständig neue qualitativ hochwertige Blogs und Projekte kennen).

Wieder ein Metalhead der Erfinder?

Sieht so aus:

Why’s it called Lemmy?

  • Lead singer from Motörhead.
  • The old school video game.
  • The Koopa from Super Mario.
  • The furry rodents.

It is gigahertz but the so-called terahertz waves by definition already start at 0.3THz. From the article:

The terahertz frequency band [is] ranging from 300GHz to 3THz […]




Interestingly, the fall of Soviet communism is perceived (significantly) more positively in most Eastern European countries [1].

While I do not deny the influence of economic inequality and capitalism or the other factors mentioned in the article, my experience with Russians shows that nationalist/imperialist beliefs and the desire to be a superpower carry more weight when it comes to regretting the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

[1] https://www.pewresearch.org/global/2019/10/15/european-public-opinion-three-decades-after-the-fall-of-communism/



I guess one could argue if signing up to see the source code makes it open source or not. But besides that Unreal Engine is a great example that open source software is not necessarily free software (as defined by FSF).


Full source code is also available at https://github.com/EpicGames/UnrealEngine but they require you to link a Epic Games account with a Github account and agree to their EULA to access it. See this and this document for the full procedure.


Fancy! Do you have a public repo with your dotfiles?


The comments under the article speculate that composition may not have been disabled during testing under KDE and the performance would have been the same if it was disabled.



Der wahre Wahnsinn ist doch, dass der “Reactivate the subscription” nicht anständig zentriert ist. Die Scammer könnten sich ja mal wenigstens ein bisschen Mühe geben ಠ_ಠ





Ein Erfahrungsbericht über unfreie Hardware, Reparierbarkeit, den Unterschied zwischen Open-Source und Freier Software, das Microsoft Monopol, die schlechte Qualität moderner ThinkPads und viele weitere interessante Themen…



Schon vor 40 Jahren informierten die Medien darüber, dass wir auf eine Klimakrise zusteuern. Und es war klar, wie wir handeln müssten, um eine Katastrophe abzuwenden. Einer, der dies in aller Deutlichkeit vermittelte, war Hoimar von Ditfurth.



Wir sollten den Klimawandel durch noch mehr Flächenversiegelung bekämpfen anstatt mit PV-Anlagen auf sowieso ungenutzten Dächern⸮…