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No, I was just asking whether you’re familiar with him or ever interacted with him. Why would you think I would assert he would deserve to be swatted?
Most people don’t deserve to be swatted, including Daniel Micay. However, it’s not exactly surprising this happened based on the tone in the GrapheneOS community.
Maybe read the comments on reddit and the Grapheneos forums to get a better picture: https://www.reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides/comments/13spm4d/daniel_micay_steps_down_as_lead_developer_of/
yeah, I was banned for asking questions in the support Matrix channel because they were all super on edge. Hope this gets better and people finally calm down. It’s not a good thing to get gray hair about FOSS.
Daniel stepping down is a huge move both for him personally and for the community as a whole. I hope he can finally have peace with the project and not be anxious about swatting and the like.
Looks like Tesla cars are pretty dangerous both to their drivers and to their environment.
I’m sad to see that we get way more Teslas and BYDs on the streets from day to day. These E-car companies don’t seem to have a high regard for human life, but a very high regard for profits at all costs.
People always praise Tesla’s and other e-car companies’ “innovative methods” but if these are anything like described in the article, I’d rather be conservative than dead.
Actually you shouldn’t sit statically at all. You can slouch, stand, sit straight but everything not longer than 1-2 hours max. You should at least put in a pause then, get up, exercise or walk for 10-15min and get back. A walking pad is also quite good but you shouldn’t use it 100% of the time either.
Once a week I’m going hiking with a ≥8kg backpack (at least 10% of my body weight) and hiking sticks which means you basically get a light full body workout+cardio. If you’re grinning and the technique is correct you’re exercising 97% of the muscles in your body this way.
In winter I’m going swimming once a week. In addition to that I’m doing static exercises like planking, some body weight, and play Ring Fit Adventure on the Nintendo Switch which is basically full body cardio when cranking the intensity setting to 30.
I bike to work with an ebike on full support level +5km/h (so ca. 75-100W of my own power) so I’m not sweaty, but I cycle back with level 1 to get a slight workout (ca. 300W). Just the bike weighs 27kg, bringing that to 30km/h helps with stamina.
Soon Ring Fit Adventure 2 and Fitness Circuit will be released for the Switch, which I hope are at least as good as Ring Fit Adventure. I simply can’t do workouts in gyms (I have tried and paid a lot) because people there are unfriendly and reckless (e.g. not wiping their machines, going when sick) and it’s simply boring me to death.
You could use Plymouth and have a sexy decryption prompt: https://wiki.debian.org/plymouth
Duplicati, Syncthing with encryption explicitly enabled, borgmatic/borgbackup, restic.
See also: https://github.com/awesome-foss/awesome-sysadmin#backups
It needs a daemon (lots of wasted resources).
You have to fiddle around in config files to allow access to files on the system instead of using something like Flatseal.
It basically only works with a store which is kind of proprietary.
Own repositories are hard to set up.
The packaging for software maintainers is harder than Flatpak’s.