We revamped our "Replace #GitHub" section in our ReverseEagle Developers website!
We added more #git forges and organized the list to make it more user-friendly.
Enjoy our new revamped section!
If you want to leave GitHub due to their recent bad behavior but still need a presence there, you can absolutely do that.
What FOSS developers provide them is credibility. If you move your cool projects elsewhere and mirror them to Github with a pointer to the real repo, the message is clear: you're only on Github because you have to be.
Boycotting $BIG_COMPANY 95% of the time is almost as effective as boycotting it 100% of the time; this isn't an all-or-nothing deal.
ffmpeg -i ytd.mp4 ytd-%03d.png
for I in ytd-*.png; do zbarimg -Sdisable -Sqrcode.enable --raw $I | base64 -d > $I.out; done
ls ytd-*.out |sort | xargs cat > youtube-dl.tar.bz
Finally writing another little update ^_^
Opening and closing tickets is implemented. Submitting patches / merge requests too.
Now implementing updates to MRs and merging MRs. Then updating the spec.
Huge thanks to @NGIZero for the funding!
I hope we can make a patch/MR federation demo sometime soon.
A reminder to all creative people:
If the RIAA's recent actions have reminded us of anything, it's that you cannot guarantee you have a copy of any of your work unless you have backups of it on your own system.
The 'cloud' is someone else's computer, and there is ample evidence that the someone else who owns that computer does not care at all about the hours of passion you've poured into things you make.
I don’t understand why white people don’t make slippers and shoes and boots with removable, washable, replaceable liners.
Native Americans figured that shit out in moccasins thousands of years ago.
source mirror of youtube-dl encoded as image with decode commands
convert -depth 8 yt_dl1.png rgb:yt_dl1.part
convert -depth 8 yt_dl2.png rgb:yt_dl2.part
cat yt_dl1.part yt_dl2.part > yt_dl-2020.9.20.tar.gz