That’s cool. pic.twitter.com/xqLa3WTRTo
— You Had One Job (@_youhadonejob1) October 16, 2018
elementary OS 5 Juno is here. It’s more refined, more productive, and an even better platform for developers. We've majorly updated apps, made the desktop more productive with several new features, refined the overall look and feel, and a whole lot more. https://t.co/OndJHu5N1H
— elementary (@elementary) October 16, 2018
Microsoft is pledging our massive patent portfolio – over 60,000 patents – to Linux and open source by joining OIN this morning. If you're looking for signs that we are serious about being the world's largest open source company, look no further. https://t.co/JiUimL4NRa
— Nat Friedman (@natfriedman) October 10, 2018
Decentralized Identity will be one of those things that seems comically obvious in the rearview mirror. The contrast to what it replaces will feel like writing letters vs email, and, despite all it took to pull off, many will flippantly opine "Why wasn't it always like this?"
— Daniel Ƀ (@csuwildcat) October 9, 2018
Default passwords such as "admin" and "password" will be illegal for electronics firms to use in California from 2020.
The state has passed a law that sets higher security standards for net-connected devices made or sold in the region.https://t.co/SFShm4yYw2
— L0phtCrack (@L0phtCrackLLC) October 5, 2018
Wow, the London Gold Market trades around 1.47 million tonnes of gold per year, but only 0.19 million tonnes have been mined throughout history.
— JP Koning (@jp_koning) October 5, 2018
👍“We can make another choice. In the design and deployment of Digital ID systems, we must advocate for the principles of data minimization, decentralization, consent, and limited access that reinforce our fundamental rights.” https://t.co/wMw5S7QJ3k
— Christopher Allen (@ChristopherA) October 3, 2018