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Only <SPAN>s (onlyspans.net)
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True story (lemmy.ml)
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The Golden Rule (feddit.nu)
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repost from the hyprland discord, where i first found this meme

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"Programming Sucks" (www.stilldrinking.org)
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Don’t know how I’ve never come across this, but this made me laugh and cry and nod appreciatively.

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Bug in the JavaScript (www.youtube.com)
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transcriptScreenshot of github showing part of the commit message of this commit with this text:

Remove the backdoor found in 5.6.0 and 5.6.1 (CVE-2024-3094).

While the backdoor was inactive (and thus harmless) without inserting
a small trigger code into the build system when the source package was
created, it's good to remove this anyway:

  - The executable payloads were embedded as binary blobs in
    the test files. This was a blatant violation of the
    Debian Free Software Guidelines.

  - On machines that see lots bots poking at the SSH port, the backdoor
    noticeably increased CPU load, resulting in degraded user experience
    and thus overwhelmingly negative user feedback.

  - The maintainer who added the backdoor has disappeared.

  - Backdoors are bad for security.

This reverts the following without making any other changes:

The sentence "This was a blatant violation of the Debian Free Software Guidelines" is highlighted.

Below the github screenshot is a frame of the 1998 film The Big Lebowski with the meme caption "What, are you a fucking park ranger now?" from the scene where that line was spoken.

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Unfortunately I'm not in the path of totality but I am pretty close

Alt: A picture of the (almost but not totally covered) eclipse

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Microsoft 365? (lemmy.ananace.dev)
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