Er versicherte, dass keine Nutzerdaten mit Dritten geteilt würden. Auch wenn das Kern-Team in Russland arbeite, würden keine Daten dorthin transferiert, sondern auf Amazon-Server in den USA und von Google in Irland und Singapur.
Rustc has guards against characters that may have been confused (or coworker-trolled) for similarly looking characters, such as the glottal stop ʔ or the full-width question mark ？ for ?. Here's the file with all detected characters: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/blob/b43eb4235ac43c822d903ad26ed806f34cc1a14a/src/libsyntax/parse/lexer/unicode_chars.rs
#IBM Research welcomes #RedHat
Firefox Preview: App-Tracking über Drittanbieter Leanplum
Happy Birthday, #Slackware!
It's been 26 years since we first met.
Software News: Slackware turns 26 https://distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=showheadline&story=8584
Oh and while browsing the #GitHub Security history seeing
– OAuth application ([...]) deleted automatically (not recently used) [(weeks ago)]"
Thanks MateS! That's what I need!
#WTF! #GitHub login wants a #DeviceVerification, code sent by mail:
A sign in attempt requires further verification because we did not recognize your device. To complete the sign in, enter the verification code on the unrecognized device.
Device: Firefox on Linux
Yeah right, different user agent string or what?
Wenn man das sieht, weiß man erst wie dringend man das haben will. https://twitter.com/Hackneycyclist/status/1147962563008897024
So, question answered at least for my use case..
Trying to #backup a 119GB VM from an external SSD to an external HDD, #borgbackup started reading quite fast compared to #bup, but then repeatable twice failed at the same 21.10GB with a read error leaving the SSD in a broken non-responsive state, I had to unmount and unplug/plug and mount again. Seems it's stressing it somehow too much, never had that with this SSD, I even build large projects on it. The bup backup went fine.
Annual Report 2018: LibreOffice development
Open Document Format (ODF) is LibreOffice's native file format for storing documents. But how is it developed – and how can we all help to improve it? Regina Henschel explains all: https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2019/07/11/what-is-the-open-document-format-odf-and-how-is-it-developed/
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