Last call to order the Librem 5 development kits.
Debian Package of the Day #32 is friendly-recovery - which aims to provide a friendlier recovery environment - https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s02e12-32-friendly-recov
Debian Package of the Day #31 is gnome-shell-extension-dash-to-dock - a gnome shell extension that combines your top panel and dock - https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s02e11-31-gnome-shell-ex
Debian Package of the Day #30 is cappuccino - a tool that can help you look busy in a cubicle and rmadison, a tool that gives you some useful information about a package - https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s02e10-30-cappuccino-and
Debian Package of the Day #29 is sgt-puzzles - a collection of 39 puzzles written by Simon Tatham https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s02e09-29-sgt-puzzles
Debian Package of the Day #28 is sweethome3d - software that allows you to design a home and plan layout and explore it in 3d - https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s02e08-28-sweethome3d
Debian Package of the Day #27 is mtr-tiny - a tool that combines the functionality of the 'traceroute' and 'ping' programs - https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s02e07-27-mtr-tiny
Holy shit, that was a boring ass-vulnerability. Shame on EFF for being scary, and HTML email is Satan. We Told You So(tm)
Debian Package of the Day #26 is catimg - fast image printing in to your terminal. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s02e06-26-catimg
Yay, toot is now accepted into unstable. That was quick, thanks ftp-team :)
Trying out toot, a command line mastodon client that I'm packageing for Debian.
I'm really enjoying the Expanding Mind podcast with Eric Davis. This episode about how Facebook exploits people's emotional state in order to sell them ads is particularly relevant currently. https://expandingmind.podbean.com/e/expanding-mind-goodbye-reality-022218/ Lots of other good episodes as well! #deletefacebook
Realised today I haven't used mastodon in a while, I quite Facebook last week so that should help :)
GPL (GNU Public Limerick)
This code can be changed on your end,
So long as you do not amend
This licensing verse,
For better or worse,
If it to the 'Net you should send.
So it turns out the #Ubuntu motd system also asks for some info about the users systems. And of course, it's all opt-out without the user ever being informed about what's going on. https://gist.github.com/anonymous/fdc1cab8cb193ca19aa4c663c1ebd1f5#file-gistfile1-txt-L245
Heh @ #Ubuntu users complaining about Silicon Valley ads in MOTD. You should really just move over to #Debian already! https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/base-files/+bug/1701068