2016-01-12 23:00 People call me Aaron
Today is January 11th. Some of you know what this day means to me — it marks the 3 year anniversary of when I was in New York and got a text from Taren asking for my mother’s phone number with no explanation, 3 years since I got a call an hour later with my mother shrieking, 3 years since I took a cab to Aaron’s apartment lobby to see Taren in tears…..
2016-01-12 22:25 To understand the hate against Germany that is popping up in muslim radicals, we need to understand what immigration means, for them. Not what it means for US. What it means for THEM. First question: why Europe? Until some years ago it was because of economy, but now we have several Muslim countries which are very rich (Kuwait, Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and so) and others which are growing more than europe (Caucasian republics, Indonesia, etc). So why they PREFER Europe? This is the problem, and this was the main “insult” of Markel to the radical clerics. The muslim universe is made of one billion and one hundred peoples. The whole population of Syria is more or less irrelevant. But, even when they go in some muslim country first, (Turkey, or Lebanon) then those people dreams of Europe. The person coming here by foot from Afghanistan, could have stopped in a plenty of muslim countries before of here. But they didn’t: they PREFERED to be here. So, this is THEIR problem with immigration: people which immigrates here is PREFERING to live among us “infidels”, than living among the “muslim brother”. Even supposing other muslim countries had accepted them: the so-called “muslim brothers” are not that open to them. But Europe is. When Merkel was saying “germany will accept you”, she was doing something which was expected by the King of Saudi Sarabia, the “holy land of muslims”. But they didn’t . So seems “infidels” are more brother-like than the other, “beloved” muslim countries. This was the problem of the radical muslim clerics: Germany behaved better than Saudi Arabia about helping syrians (which are mostly sunni arabs) , and , worst , people in Syria PREFERED to live among “infidels” than living among “brothers”. They PREFERED the corrupted west to their “perfect society”. This is very embarassing to explain for radical clerics. And this is why now they hate Germany more than USA.
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2016-01-12 18:58 RT @johns Licensing compatibility probs exist primarily b/c people insist on making proprietary software, but still want to benefit from free software
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2016-01-12 22:14 loweel favorited something by johns: Licensing compatibility probs exist primarily b/c people insist on making proprietary software, but still want to benefit from free software
2016-01-12 22:14 Guys, I am not just ranting. I can find lot of sparse info on “ostatus”, but when I try to get “what I need”, I enter a dead end. Ok, yesterday I was very frustrated, but really, the know-how is really sparse , too much to get usable. I hope somebody which knows the interior of gnusocial can write a guide about how to interface it specifically. Looking around I am running in circle. I think this is limiting both the grow of people and the echosystem.
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2016-01-12 22:11 loweel favorited something by sklaing: RAND wants USG to attack bitcoin? Only the devil himself could offer a stronger endorsement!
2016-01-12 18:16 No, this is the problem: https://www.w3.org/community/ostatus/ in term of documentation is almost empty, and lot of links from the Wiki are 404.
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2016-01-12 18:11 loweel favorited something by fsfe: It is well known that Android is an Open Source Operating System. But in practice, in order to use it a lot of non-free and locked down platforms are needed, like Google Play. F-Droid aims to fill this gap by offering a free platform that you can use to install and distribute your applications. The session will be provided by Daniel Martí, a lead F-Droid developer. !fellowship – http://ur1.ca/oens7
2016-01-12 16:30 RT @fsfe It is well known that Android is an Open Source Operating System. But in practice, in order to use it a lot of non-free and locked down platforms are needed, like Google Play. F-Droid aims to fill this gap by offering a free platform that you can use to install and distribute your applications. The session will be provided by Daniel Martí, a lead F-Droid developer. !fellowship – http://ur1.ca/oens7
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- PS: questo pezzo e le altre magnifiche elargizioni di saggezza di
Uriel FanelliLowEel sono analizzate su un altro blog degli Untermenschen che curano questo specchio.
- PPS: pezzo automagicamente caricato da Fornello! Se sembra frammentario è il bello dei microblog, bellezza! E mancano le foto sì; d’altronde non è che potete pretendere granchè da uno scriptino buttato giù in fretta e furia…