@Capheind Web standards are made complicated and fast-evolving for a reason: Kill competition. So yes, the browser scene is completely f****d up.
Sen i somras har jag och mina kollegor arbetat med ett särskilt regeringsuppdrag för att göra det enklare för äldre att använda digitala tjänster och verktyg. Nu har våra erfarenheter samlats i en rapport. https://twitter.com/PTSse/status/1377221045803962372
[ . . . ] it is not the freedom of machines we are concerned with, but the freedom of humans [ . . . ]
[ . . . ] It is not sufficient to narrowly focus on the people who directly interact with the computers that the software runs on. [ . . . ]
[ . . . ] we should carefully consider the motivational structures of the institutions which fund software development. [ . . . ]
[ . . . ] We do not emphasize source code in our political discourse because we recognize that creating high quality software requires much more than writing code. [ . . . ]
#Volla has already donated a thousand Euros to kick things of and the campaign has raised 1500€ 💸 so far.
This is a good start, but they need at least 6000€ to hire a freelancer 💻️.
Thank you ♥️
What is the state of FreeBSD?
What is the state of Debian?
RHEL is lost and with it Fedora? In practice maybe the whole RPM distribution system?
Oh, neat, thank you. Unfortunately for such data to be meaningful it’s necessary to have statistics on how often the condition occurs in population. I’m way too busy to look the data up at the moment, but might do it later.
Also, we don’t have astrazeneca’s vaccine here, only hardcore sputnik. And I am yet to see any data - 3rd phase ends in May.