@nilsding It's also discourages people from opening unnecessary PRs. I saw a few repos where people had made PRs that added spelling mistakes/typos, presumably so they could make a follow up PR to undo those changes...
@nilsding yeah, I had to wait a week after the PRs had been merged! I guess they’re manually reviewed?
Last August, the excellent Gitlab forge migrated to Google Cloud : -(
As a direct consequence, the site is no longer accessible from several countries. Indirect consequence: sysadmin and developpers in these same countries can no longer download Gitlab's source code to install it on their servers.
Feel free to share the information (in other languages if possible).
@codl Cool! TIL! Thanks 🙏
@codl there’s a twitch dashboard? I’ve only just started streaming things, so still getting to grips with.. Twitch
With the Librem 5 and the PinePhone, there's a hearty uptick in #Linux phone availability. Which have you backed or plan to buy?
@June not sure how out of date this is, but this has been pretty handy in the past: https://gist.github.com/jessfraz/7c319b046daa101a4aaef937a20ff41f
@mike Time for me to raise a complaint with the ombudsman / ACCC (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission) 😈
@mike Ah the old accidentally on purpose, haven't heard of that since primary school!
I've had similar issues with companies like Qantas still sending me emails despite me unsubscribing numerous times 🤔
@mike that and they shouldn't have been using phone numbers for account security to begin with, given how easy it is to port someone's phone number with a little bit of personal information. Using TOTP or other alternatives is far better 🔐
Yet another reason it's a good idea to move on from Twitter (and Facebook) to a decentralized option like Mastodon.
"Twitter took phone numbers users gave for account security and used them to target ads"
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!