“This is not BIY elitism” then starts ripping into Dell’s “Let zem eat cake” build decisions.
That sounds neat. Too bad it:@GasBandit thought of you.
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I was reading about this and wondered if you'd heard (since our IRC thread is long expired).
It's all over the various linux-related subreddits. Some have moved to Libera, some to other platforms, and some are still debating what to do next.
You got me worried but it isn't as bad as I thought. https://support.google.com/photos/answer/10100180?hl=enI admit I was kinda shocked when they announced they're killing (free) Google Photos next week.
Here is the relevant video:LG is mad at LG over LG's interference with product reviews, so LG has essentially fired LG.
"Analysis of WD’s firmware suggests code meant to prevent the issue had been commented out, preventing it from running, by WD itself, and an authentication type was not added to component_config.php which results in the drives not asking for authentication before performing the factory reset."Um... that's not good.
Somebody "bought" it.Anyone want to give me a TL;DR on what is going on with Audacity?
Audacity Controversy continues with newly published Privacy Notice
Same here. Which is why I have both an old copy of Audacity, and Audition 3.0thankfully, I haven't updated audacity in years. Once I get a version of something I like that doesn't have any issues and does everything I want, I pretty much stop updating it.
Which reminds me, I have a lot less sympathy for the people complaining about the new $40/month subscription fee to Peloton when I remember they bought a $4000 treadmill.Tuttut. You're not allowed to do that. Please surrender full control of your appliances and applications to the Corporate Overlords. They know much better than you what is good for you.
Nothing.I would really like to see their rationalization for why they are even doing it in the first place. Did the RIAA put them up to this? The KGB? What could they possibly be looking for that would use a DAW as a vector?
I think @Tinwhistler at a minimum will agree with that sentiment. Not sure whom else here codes for a living, but I'm sure you've all seen it too. Hopefully not too often while in front of a mirror.It's ironic that the biggest obstacle to automating programmers out of a job is that we are terrible at our jobs.