So it appears the French (I hope we can do better) cybersecurity agency uses Gentoo Linux :D
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Hackers can still do their coding thingee they just have kowtow to their betters.
Codes of Conduct, particularly those based on the repulsive Contributor Covenant *always* hurt communities. Coders want to code, not become part of some activist's political phantasy. #LinuxCoC https://twitter.com/nickmon1112/status/1043916368121393152
I always place transparency and reproducibility first, still, I am quite concerned about the reproducibility brigades. With a distinctly religious and iconoclastic tone, these people are less concerned about making their own science better, and more concerned about mobbing others. It seems they came to science hoping to become not scientists (who by definition always err) but priests. And seeing that they cannot be priests, they decide to become religious thugs instead.
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An animal rights activist just shot 3 people at YouTube HQ.
“For me, animal rights equal human rights,” she said, back when pretending to oppose death and pain:
Turns out you can't elevate animals without devaluing humans.
So you really have to start wondering in whose name US social/media giants are censoring content 🤔#freespeech
#thatmomentwhen you swallowed so much PFA that you feel a strange urge to join your brethren at Körperwelten...
#thatmomentwhen most of your publications are still posters, but it's not that bad, because at least people are reading them.
The FOSS "community" = brilliant, driven, workaholic loners who perhaps lack nothing more than a cohesive sense of community.
I bring Reproducibility, Freedom, and Open Source to Neuroscience, Academic Publishing, Software, and Life.
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