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Insyde UEFI/BIOS full source code leaked. The leak seems to be for Intel BayLake / BayTrail UEFIs.

There are also apparently a bunch of BSD licensed components used in it but I have not verified this for myself.

"Who the hell is Insyde?"

This could be very good for Free Software BIOS implementations, especially combined with the leaked Intel CPU documentation from a few months back (as long as everything is cleanroomed).

I cannot describe how much I hate trying to program around fuzzy realistic things, especially when the inputs from those fuzzy realistic things are super noisy

Ombi is pretty neat but it kinda feels techbroish

>google analytics enabled by default
>plex oauth login but no thirdparty oauth login
>sms notifications somehow?

Supports a bunch of torrent/nzb management software though so that's cool, and I showed it to my roommates on my jellyfin and they loved it instead of having to go through me

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@njoseph_1 oh this is good:

"Open source code hosting" -> "open source code hostage".

tfw when C-w C-w C-w C-w C-w C-w C-w C-w C-w C-w

just found out you can open up an emoji picker in some gnome apps (tested in gedit) by doing C-.

yooo sonarr/radarr with is the biggest brained thing I'm gonna do this entire year probably

literally I don't even know how to describe how awesome this is holy shit

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@zpojqwfejwfhiunz It makes me extremely upset when the inevitable bootlicker shows up defending the RIAA, whining about "then how will artists get paaaaaiiiid?".

Artists don't get paid. Businesspeople get paid. Some of the people you call artists, aren't artists, they're businesspeople. The small percentage of those who actually to manage to get paid are the 0.001%, and they are the multi-millionaires that show up on the Grammys.
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Anyone who complains about Nvidia issues on Wayland (or Linux in general!) has a moral obligation to boycott their business. Wayland developers have told you exactly why Nvidia is not supported, and who is to blame. Harassing Wayland devs because they have a name and a face you can harass, rather than boycotting the faceless multi-billion dollar company who is responsible, makes that person an asshole and a shitty consumer.

Nvidia is the one who deliberately engineers cryptographic solutions to subvert the free software driver. Nvidia is the one who refuses to collaborate with the community on standardization. Nvidia is the ONLY GRAPHICS VENDOR WHICH IS NOT UPSTREAM.

If you spent $1,000 on a GPU which became a brick when you tried to use Wayland on it, that's on YOU. Not on Wayland. Letting your confirmation bias protect your ego from the possibility that you made a mistake and turning that feeling into harassing FOSS developers and spreading misinformation about their work is FUCKED UP and needs to stop.

anyone know if Sonarr can direct downloads for a particular indexer source to a specific download client?

I'm on a private tracker that I can't use a vpn with but I want to be able to use a different client that is behind a vpn to download from public trackers

really frustrated with this essay for my film class

I don't even know how to gauge if the takes I'm making are at all good or if I'm just full of shit and reading too much into the source material

this isn't just me going "eew essays bad", I really don't know what I'm doing

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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.

Act accordingly.

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If you still use GitHub as your main place to host your projects, reconsider.

Git is made to be decentralized.

Use it.

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This github issue wouldn't be a problem if we abolished private property. Just saying.

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Regarding #youtubedl situation, I strongly recommend watching Good Copy Bad Copy:

You can watch it on #PeerTube thanks to @documentaries here:

Or just torrent it, as the GCBC creators suggest themselves.

One of the best moments is when an MPAA chief talks about how people won't share things for free, and you watch it in a film explicitly made to be shared on a FLOSS operating system using VLC.

We need #copyreform.

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