Blender 2.80 is now on Flathub:
Great blog post by Chris on tolerance and what can seem like (but really isn't) a paradox:
While we can certainly do better (and there is work underway), this kind of things is why #GNOME is, overall, one of the most welcoming FOSS communities to be a part of.
Alright, just posted a write-up about the paradox of tolerance. This one will be visible on planet.gnome.org, so there will definitely be some discussion about it.
Protests in #PuertoRico ensure for the sixth consecutive day, as locals demand the resignation of Governor #RicardoRossello.
@Are0h Yup. The solution is easy: Actively kick 'em the fuck out (or preferably, don't let 'em in in the first place). Doing so does not violate anyone's rights, so any excuses are purely out of indifference and just not giving a shit about the ones hurt by the inaction.
There is no esoteric and metaphysical answer that we're missing that will help reduce abuse and harassment on the web.
Ha, we just don't do it because people like being assholes to each other and in the bigoted societies we exist in, that behavior is rewarded more often than now.
I think people who don't want to solve the issue want to make it seem like the solution is hard to understand and implement, b/c in reality it isn't.
It's all just performance to keep being shitty people.
@ArtistMarciaX the both sides people are on one side, and it’s not ours
Si les intentions de l'auteur·e ne se retrouvent pas dans son travail, c'est que l'œuvre a un problème. C'est si dur de l'admettre ?
(Le message sur le forum évite de citer l'analyse auquel il répond sûrement, c'est à lire ici :
En revanche, au moment où nous abordons la question des frais de mandat, @FdeRugy@twitter.com s'énerve en déclarant : « Il y a même une association qui a demandé aux députés de faire la transparence sur leur IRFM, c'est inacceptable ! Les relevés bancaires, c'est personnel ! »