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SVG images aren’t just images, they’re documents and it’s not safe to serve random people’s svg images on your website.

Here’s a tool that fixes it, and sanitizes #SVG #images to make them as innocent as a JPEG:
github.com/cloudflare/svg-hush

(In #Rustlang, of course)

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@meganeko @chjara @Paradox

The Higgs boson walks into a church.

The pastor is outraged. "You call yourself the God particle? I will not permit such blasphemy in my church."

The boson replies: "But without me, how can you have mass?"

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"GitLab plans to automatically delete projects if they've been inactive for a year and are owned by users of its free tier." says The Register.

"GitLab is aware of the potential for angry opposition to the plan, and will therefore give users weeks or months of warning before deleting their work. A single comment, commit, or new issue posted to a project during a 12-month period will be sufficient to keep the project alive."

theregister.com/2022/08/04/git

(This is not the place to vent your feelings pro or con about this policy. I'm sure gitlab has official forums or whatever for that)

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I’ve released the first Beta version of Inochi Session! The first open source VTuber application for the open source Inochi2D model format I’m making.

Feel free to give it a try here, I’ve made Linux and Windows builds =w=
github.com/Inochi2D/inochi-ses

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You know what: it'd be great if people who need accessibility didn't go around calling other people's work "trash". I get it: accessibility is hard, and required for people to use a computer—but you know how proprietary platforms deal with it? They pay developers. You know what Linux users do for it? They fucking whine about it, and then they go out and say that any effort made is trash.

Well, guess what: stuff doesn't fix itself.

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scientists (wrong): the world is billions of years old
christians (wrong): the world was made only around 4,000 years ago
unix system admins (correct): the world was created on january 1st, 1970

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There will be a Flatpak BoF session tomorrow at noon CDT (UTC-5) in Guadalajara, Mexico and online as part of GUADEC! Please join if you'd like to collaborate on Flatpak, Flathub, or portals. See guadec.org for how to join

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This year's Pants Award goes to Sophie Herold! Congratulations Sophie and thank you for all your hard work!! 🎉

#GNOME #pantsaward #GUADEC #GUADEC2022

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Stream Deck: dedicated hardware buttons for controlling livestreams
Steam Deck: year of Linux on the handheld game console
Seam Deck: internet-connected loom
Ream Deck: internet-connected papermill

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I am pleased to announce that #ThisWeekInGNOME is having its first anniversary! There has never been that many news as this week in the whole year!

#52 Happy Birthday!
thisweek.gnome.org/posts/2022/

#GNOME #TWIG

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lmao @ManjaroLinux really can't help themselves but ship unmerged patches, this time they broke Chatty again by including 3 merge requests in Chatty on their STABLE branch! One of which is actually closed...

forum.manjaro.org/t/manjaro-ar

#linuxmobile #pinephone #dontshipwip

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Unity (former game engine company) has merged with an actual adware and malware distribution company. That's not an exaggeration. Fake Flash installers, was blacklisted by Microsoft's anti-malware tool, VirusTotal entires, that kind of thing.

blog.infostruction.com/2018/10

benedelman.org/news-021815/

Don't build your games on engines you don't have the source code to.

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