Thank god the entire industry hasn't decided to revolve around Blink/Chromium for 95% of the web's browser traffic, or else Google would have an unlimited ability to push forward whatever bullshit standard they wanted.
Wait hold on, my producer is telling me something [places finger on my ear piece]
Happy 21st, curl! https://daniel.haxx.se/blog/2019/03/20/happy-21st-curl/
curl is 160,000 lines of code documented with 36,900 lines of man pages. Turns 21 years old this Wednesday. #curl21
On the tram towards CERN, hope this #web30 stuff hasn't totally swamped the lab, we have real meetings to deal with. :)
"Elsevier wanted to keep meeting with us, and we have a meeting scheduled for tomorrow (Friday), but yesterday they approached our faculty directly — faculty who are editors of Elsevier journals, who they have working relationships with — and also the media, and presented a rosy view of the offer they’d made to us. Their characterization of the offer left things out, and they didn’t mention what we’d proposed as conditions. They went public with it. So, we announced the end."
"University of California terminates subscriptions with world’s largest scientific publisher in push for open access to publicly funded research"
Context for those not in the US: this is huge. UC is a uniquely enormous and influential university system in our country. When they do things, many other universities follow suit.
Well, hello Arlanda, just passing through. #travel
This is also a test toot.
Fun fact: this cat is kept in France as the International Prototype Unit Cat. All other Units are based off of this Cat. If they are equal in value their Unit rating is declared Absolute.
Woot, finally managed to get the flu vaccine, it's no longer strictly rationed for priority risk groups!
open to see my internet crush
Debian CD release day makes for a nice bandwidth crush: http://www.acc.umu.se/technical/statistics/ftp/monitordata/
Admin account for mastodon.acc.sunet.se - also over at email@example.com for a different account of the same things
mastodon.acc.sunet.se is run by the Academic Computer Club at Umeå University located in Umeå, Sweden. ACC is actively involved in several open source projects and we provide mirrors for Debian, Ubuntu, Gnome and GIMP. We also host servers for the Gimpnet, Freenode, and OFTC IRC networks. You can read more about our projects and our servers on the ACC website.