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"I know you don’t want to report about this. I know you don’t want to talk about this. But I assure you I will continue to repeat these numbers until you do."
Greta Thunberg World Economic Forum '20
▶️ weforum.org/agenda/2020/01/gre
#ClimateCrisis #EndFossilFuels #OurHouseIsOnFire #moa

Another laptop running on Linux 😎

Install Fedora 36 on Dell XPS 13 9380


Why do you need nuclear subs when your cities are threatened by bush fires incited by climate change?

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The whole point of licenses like the GPL and GNU AGPL is that free software does not encourage proprietary software; all derivatives must respect a user's four freedoms. If people want to enable restrictive software, they can use a permissive license.

With GitHub Copilot caught recreating replicas of GPL'd code, comments and all, it's clear that MS and GitHub have stepped way out of line. They've determined that as the hosters of your code, they can incorporate it into proprietary SaaS (Copilot itself) and its derivatives (code written by pasting the not-always-generated content) regardless of its license.

This is a ridiculous overstep and if MS doesn't pull back within a week I'm going to stop mirroring my copylefted repos to GitHub as I do not wish for my copylefted code to benefit proprietary software, especially something like this that locks in users.
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This is my self-hosted Mastodon site running on a bare-metal Kubernetes cluster in my basement.