When you weren't able to go to #36c3 this year, but then your friends send you this sweet postcard that arrives on a day when you're feeling down.
And the data is bad.
Have we made federated equivalent yet?
I should really set up my own gitea or something
Allyship in 2019
If it's one thing we've learned, it's that ALLIES that say we're being DIVISIVE because we don't want to 'negotiate' or 'compromise' with people that think our humanity and safety is optional aren't really allies.
They are just folks that provide cover for bigots under the guise wanting to find common ground.
This is a critical lesson moving forward and it will make identifying who is invested in the work and who just wants to look like it easier.
It's 2020, we live in an age of surveillance capitalism. You should not upload photos to social networks without blurring/pixelating people's faces.
I like how fast, snappy & responsive gThumb is. It uses scroll wheel to go through images.
I don't like that I can't easily save a copy of a photo, nor pixelate part of photos
What software do yous use to organise/sort out/edit your #photos?
Currently, I'm using Syncthing to copy photos from my android phone ⇄ my Ubuntu desktop & browse through with gThumb, doing v basic editing. I like that it use opens a folder of files.
I want something that just works with a directory of files, no internal "databases"/"libraries"/"import". I only need basic editing, crop, rotate, pixelate parts.
FLOSS software only please. No """"cloud"""" stuff. Any recs?
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