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Dear

do you know some good resources to help people find tech jobs?

as the pandemic has tanked the worldwide economy many companies have laid people off

at the same time, some sectors are growing like crazy and hiring

Do you know some resources that can help job seekers?

Resources to help with resume reviews?

Job sites specializing in remote openings?

Job sites for specific sectors?

FLOSS friendly job listings?

Post to this thread and include hashtag

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Here are some places I found helpful during my last job search a couple years ago

* WeWorkRemotely.com/

* fossjobs.net/ @fossjobs - jobs working on FOSS

* keyvalues.com/ - allows pairing values to companies

* github.com/remoteintech/remote

@infosec_jobs seems to post new openings every day

In October ShellCon (InfoSec) will have a career day with some amazing people running it

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Privacy, like security, requires technology that can be examined, reviewed, studied, vetted and modified. It's also a personal consideration

We need a full free and open technology stack: software, devices, data and society

is everything you think necessary for your personal freedom, privacy and security ( even things we have not yet created )

FLOX - Free Libre Open X(everything)

After a big month of hard work, I'm happy to release today a new website for my webcomic Pepper&Carrot! It was a rewrite I made from scratch this time: peppercarrot.com/

More infos and report on the blog-post: davidrevoy.com/article853/new-

Spent some time this afternoon updating my SSH Tunnels presentation for MUG.

If you'd like to participate, stop virtually by Michigan (mug.org) on Tuesday the 10th at 18:30 EDT (UTC-4)

gettogether.community/events/1

Next month (August 10th, 6:30pm EDT) our speaker for #mugorg is @lufthans who will be speaking about SSH Tunnels.

Learn more at mug.org

RSVP here:

gettogether.community/events/1

Hope to see you there!

#linux #unix #usergroup

Wanna help with a great FLOSS conference in the Pacific Northwest?

@SeaGL meets in 15 minutes :)

DM me or hop into on Libera.chat or SeattleMatrix.org

Also, our is open

seagl.org/news/2021/06/24/cfp

There's a @SeaGL organizing meeting tonight (Mon) at 17:00 Seattle time (UTC-7)

Please join us if you'd like to help produce a great community run virtual in November

Hop into on Libera.chat or SeattleMatrix.org to say hi

seagl.org/get_involved.html

hereby known as "the centralization [anti-]abuse pseudo-paradox"

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I've been working with Randy Farmer (who has been doing this stuff for a long time) on better explaining the ideas. I look forward to sharing what we've been working on.

In code, I have more these days prototyped, but not enough that sit in users' hands. Working on it...

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But it's one thing to have the answers. It's another thing for people to understand them.

This requires two things: good explanations, and to be able to get people to experience the solutions themselves.

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That's the fundamental problem.

The federated social web, as it exists, points at a *portion* of the solution. But not enough. In many ways, it has borrowed centralized assumptions.

That's why I've been in research mode with @spritelyproject. I think we now have the answers.

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Anti-abuse tools which rely on centralized, wholesale surveillance, particularly when such a mechanism is the primary revenue model of that centralized system, can only get more and more abusive to users over time.

> If our aim is detection of life early in its evolution, we must consider metrics with greater grayness, and therefore also more likelihood of false positives. With this abiotic-to-biotic spectrum, it is unlikely that there is a single metric which will allow for the unequivocal identification of life. Instead, we must use multiple agnostic approaches to life detection that are less reliant on preconceptions of terran biology. It should be noted that metrics that assign a continuum of values to characteristics of life inherently deal with grayness.

It's a challenge not only for science fiction but for real science to figure out what truly alien life might be like.

#BioticSpectrum
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covid, masks 

on behalf of myself, and all the immunocompromised people I know and/or care about

thank you for wearing masks in public

I know it's not always great
but every time I see someone else wearing on, I'm glad that they don't actively want me to die

You know how it goes with enamel pins... you want 1, you end up with 500 for all of your best friends 😅

If you want one of these, you have THREE DAYS to register for @debconf before the t-shirt deadline!!! #Debian

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Text-only posts are now opt-in!

You can enable them by going to Settings -> Timeline and checking "Show text-only posts". #pixelfed

Internet Archive, 25 years old today, wonderful 👏👏👏 here's to 25 more!

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Hello text-only posts!

You can now see text-only posts in your home timeline from accounts you follow. #pixelfed #activityPub

You cannot create text-only posts on Pixelfed, you will only see text-only posts from other fediverse platforms like Mastodon and Pleroma.

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I made a script that lets me turn my #Mastodon #Bookmarks into an #RSS feed:
You can download it here: neil.mckillop.org/mastodon_rss
I mostly use the bookmark feature on Mastodon as a 'read later', this way I can save a list in my rss reader and mark them individually as read (my browser bookmarks etc also go into that category).

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