Gettr development assets (this is Miles Guo ant cult shit):
Dev domain: https://getter-dev.tk
Dev box: 188.8.131.52 (it was already mining monero when I found it)
It's such a pain, really…
However, it's just one of a few very limited good reasons to use regular customer release, besides telemetry, now I need to look through gpedit.msc to disable tons of useless crap, and completely remove most useless uwp apps with Dism++.
Some major issues solved by this change:
Chaotic upgrade process: with rolling release, users won't need to care about if they can smoothly upgrade old CentOS installation to a newer version.
Outdated and useless built-in packages: with independent development planning, users now can get more up-to-date packages without adding non-enterprise repositories such as nginx.org.
YouTube Studio Audio Library seems is a good way to find good music, the only issue is that you can't sort favorited music with playlists.
I really don't know what does the "privacy-focused" mean if they think users shouldn't have the right to not send these optional data.
A so-called "privacy-focused" analytics service is trying to circumvent content blocking by using proxy with common path name:
Apparently Purism enjoys trying out new stuff. Not that I mind, but we've been monitoring their "librem.one" services for a few months now. It seems that the software behind this SaaS offer is rather unmaintained.
Their Mastodon fork hasn't seen a commit in almost(?) a year, and their synapse server is stuck on 1.23.1, which has at least 4 known CVEs.
At least their VPN seems to get some updates from time to time.
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