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An imageboards list

Hey, a few months back I shared my website that lists imageboards. (https://imageboards.net)

I have since worked on a new website that helps to manage the list and allows admins to easily edit their imageboards. (https://blossom.imageboards.net)

If your imageboard is already on the list, you can claim it by adding a TXT record to your DNS.

Feel free to use it.

Happy to have feedback here or by email.
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>>101038441
the owner is a huge faggot, he allows threads about politics but deletes posts and bans people who disagree with him, he's also anti-lolicon but doesn't have the balls to actually do anything about that
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>>101038441
I've become too paranoid to join new imageboards. Everything seems like a honeypot, probably because most such places are honeypots.
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>>101038543
Most of the altchans not behind Cloudflare will allow Tor to browse, some to post.
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>>101037918
https://blossom.imageboards.net/imageboards.json
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>>101013058
You mean morbidly obese curiosity?

"The community" is not a valid answer.

https://archlinux.org/people/developers/
https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/council/fpl/
https://www.debian.org/intro/organization
https://www.gentoo.org/inside-gentoo/developers/
https://nixos.org/community/teams/foundation-board/
https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Board
http://www.slackware.com/about/
https://guix.gnu.org/en/about/
https://www.freebsd.org/administration/#t-core
https://www.openbsd.org/donations.html
https://ubuntu.com/community/governance
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>>101033521
TheoTheRat
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>>101033335
>https://artixlinux.org/kotnr.php
>1 dev doesn't list his location
>11 do
>1 dutch
>3 burgers
>1 indonesian
>3 baguettes
>1 brazilian
>1 serbian
>1 german
no chink or jeet, I kneel
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>>101033335
The fuck does "distro" mean? It's an operating system for a computer. Call it that.
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>>101033458
it's what happens when you don't watch anime.
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The gentoo developers are generally smart people who use gentoo. I'm not sure what else I could ask for
They're not drinking onions lattes on their macbooks, programming freeBSD in xcode.
They're programming wireguard and pass on gentoo, and that's good enough for me.

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How in the world are you supposed to pick a secure phone password?
The usual goto of diceware passphrases are undermined by the cancer of typing jack shit for long on a mobile keyboard. Every second that it takes for you to unlock in public is an additional window for Jamal to eavesdrop.
Mnemonics for a truly random pattern or PIN aren't really possible
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I just did
shuf -i 100000000-199999999 -n 1 | tail -c 9
, memorized it and got good at typing it fast. (the 1 at the beginning is to force shuf to print starting 0's). Once you have that memorized, add a digit or so to the end.
also install https://github.com/linux-colonel/AdminControl so you can disable fingerprint reading on lockscreen only, at any time, without losing your prints. You can use this to require PIN to unlock your phone, then just require a print to unlock an app.
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>>101041726
hand holding
and now for your actual question, several word passphrase for main profile (unlock at home), 6 digit pin for secondary profile which contains all your things
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>>101041726
giwtwm
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>>101041726
nkds

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Imagine using a corpo kernel
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>>101041752
RedHat's kernel is closed source now
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>>101041774
They didn't make it close source, they limited access to the source code to paying customers only.
https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.en.html
So it is open source, but doesn't fully comply with the free software definition anymore, specifically points three and four.
1. The freedom to run the program as you wish, for any purpose.
2. The freedom to study how the program works, and change it to make it do what you wish (access to the source code is a precondition for this).
3. The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help others.
4. The freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to others (access to the source code is a precondition for this).

>tl:dr
RHEL is open source, but not free as in libre.
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>>101041900

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source
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>>101041752
What do you recommends instead?
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>>101042220
>Generally, open source refers to a computer program in which the source code is available to the general public for use or modification from its original design. Code is released under the terms of a software license. Depending on the license terms, others may then download, modify, and publish their version (fork) back to the community.]
>GENERALLY
>TERMS OF A SOFTWARE LICENSE
>DEPENDING ON THE LICENSE TERMS
Fucking learn to read.
The term is really ambigous but like it or not, RHEL IS open source. Free software definition is more clear, and it isn't a truly free software, while it still is open source, it does have terms of use.

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- Windows Media Player
- VLC
- MPC-HC
- MPV and forks
- PotPlayer

ok so I spent a few years with each of these players and didn't end up liking a single one of them
is the media player scene completely fucked? is there nothing new in development? is it completely over for tranime fans???
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>>101039699
it doesn't. it makes the video quality identical to all other players since mpv is more demanding at a baseline.
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>>101039699
>>101039800
here are the mpv settings you need to replicate the default video quality of other players and renderers (minus the color space stuff)

VLC:
profile=fast
scale=bicubic
scale-param1=0.0
scale-param2=0.6
cscale=bilinear


MPC-HC (Default EVR renderer)
profile=fast


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>>101040318
oh I also forgot to mention, set
dither-depth=auto
and
dither=ordered
for everything (but I don't remember VLC does any of its own dithering)
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When I want to watch a movie: MPC-HC or VLC
When I want to watch a media player: MPV
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what ever happened to the cute and funny cnn sharpening shader for mpv
i know one of you guys was behind that

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>"ARM is the future!!!!!"
>5% more battery life than AMD for half the performance
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>>101040826
>Original argument: Applel is anti-FOSS as it does not allow Linux to execute.
>Well, acshually Asashi Linux exist, haha freetard BTFO.
>But Asashi was born from reverse engineering through trial and error with the software used in MacOs, not on the good will of Applel.
>Duuuh, Mac's run macOS, why would you use anything else?
No wonder why /g/ thinks iToddlers are subhumans.
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>>101041593
>Original argument: Applel is anti-FOSS
This is a good thing, silly weirdo.
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>>101037568
>y-y-y-you cant compete
>entire top of chart is linjeet feetards uploading fake numbers from their stinkpads and chinkphones
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>>101039159
???
You should not be pointing fingers at an actual post that made effort and discouraging it let alone one that is on topic. Shoot yourself.
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>>101042080
>talks about some fake numbers while shilling Apple with the fakest map of the world possible, it doesn't even have Australia in it

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non-SIDS edition
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Moved to a new place with the gf, still trying to figure out how I'm going to decorate the office space.
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>>101010306
Yep! It's a Linux mousepad. AS for the Ganesh statue, yep. Recently unironically got back from India and put one there. And most of SEA.
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>>101040917
Very nice, get some art or plants and this will be rock solid imo
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>>101041734
Does this count?

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life without this is pain
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>>101040532
There's plenty of that to be had tho
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>Average CRT user
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>>101040558
That is pretty based, not gonna lie.
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>>101031104
>apple service manual recommends having another person nearby to revive you incase of death.
why the fuck would anyone risk this just to get a better image?

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Chairs are technology.
What are you sitting on?
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>>101020803
Goodwill La-Z-boy, it was 50 bucks. Best computer chair ever designed. Gaming/office chairs are for fags.
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>>101037627
His pic looks like a Sihoo chair.
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>>101028533
Poverty speaking
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>>101040337
I don't like spending money, true, and any chair that's reasonably priced I've had just breaks or wears out too quickly. The dining chair is solid wood, built by an actual craftsman, simple and lasts forever.
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>>101040436
buy used?

Computer science lost a great pioneer today second only to the great John von Neumann
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>>101041007
>Dead commie
Nothing of value was lost

S
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>>101041228
>Manufacturing Consent should be mandatory reading.
No, no. Not now that the left has seized power.
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>>101041252
lmao saved
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he was full of energy under Trump :]]
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>>101041007
If he was so great why did he die?

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/aicg/ - A general dedicated to the discussion and development of AI chatbots

Miku Edition

>News
Cards v3 status: https://rentry.org/zdwfrgqq - tldr: >>100900968
Seeing all cards in chub now needs logged in, enabled nsfw/nsfl and cleared blacklist
Gemini 1.5 Pro 2mil context, 1.5 Flash, Gemma 2, and more soon: https://blog.google/technology/developers/gemini-gemma-developer-updates-may-2024
NEW multimodal model, GPT-4o (omni), voice features coming soon: https://openai.com/index/hello-gpt-4o/

additional info: https://rentry.org/aicg_extra_information
lore: https://rentry.org/aicg_chronicles
latest proxies: https://rentry.org/desuproxyreborn

>Bots

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>>101043167
spite bake
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>>101043167
Mikufag samefagging hard in the new thread
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>>101043167
>>101043209
samefag
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spitebake, I can bake wirh the aicgOP rentry
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>>101043098
size records
>captcha: YHWVH

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I was downloading cracked plugins the other day because I live in a country with undervalued currency so a dollar is worth a bitcoin. That resulted on about 80 fucking malwares infecting my shittydowns. Being the retard I am, I kept using the machine for the end of the day to finish my song, only running an antivirus to "make sure".
>russians notifications on my gmail claiming my fake facebook account was hacked
>I wipe everything and install linux on my machine
>wipe my phone too
>change most of my passwords and 2FA eveything
>hackers gain access to shitty accounts I had not used in years
>my discord starts spamming phishing links but somehow they don't change the password
>on my fake twitter account they tweet Elon Musk crypto scam without changing the password
>account starts to mass follow porn and scam accounts
So what I think is that these Ivans or Xinglings hijacked my tokens but that somehow didn't gave them complete access of the accounts, why? They still try to hit old accounts from time to time but I don't bother enough to secure them because they are basically empty.

So far no major breached on my important accounts, I'm starting to degoogle all of my shit as well as getting better providers for every service. Is there a way these Poojets got access to my router as well? How easy would that be? If any anon has experienced this or any opsec anon would kindly give me an overview to help this poor fucker that just wanted to produce DnB in peace. All help is welcome. May Linus watch over you all.
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>>101039920
>to finish my song
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>>101039920
Funny thing is there probably were freeware VSTs equivalent to the malware infested ones you downloaded... '-_-
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>>101039920
>I was downloading cracked plugins
livin' on the edge much, anon-kuma
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Hope you dont use online banking lol
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>>101039920
sounds like you just got token logged, they probably dont have your passwords unless you store them in your browser

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int age;

age int;

In which way?
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>>101041041
auto will be in C23 so you won't need to do this anymore. auto already existed in C before this, but it was only a storage keyword
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>>101041137
that's not what https://open-std.org/JTC1/SC22/WG14/www/docs/n3054.pdf says
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the one matching the syntax of the language I am using
you are not designing a language yourself, are you, anon
if not, it does not fucking matter
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>>101040544
i would've wasted it by jerking off instead, who cares
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people actually do age int?
that will just make everything hard to read!

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Are there any risks to buying stuff through PayPal while connected to a free VPN?
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PayPal freezes your account for suspicious activity, holds onto your money until you go through the arbitration process you agreed to
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>>101040522
I hadn't considered that. Thanks for the tip.

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What's the prettiest OS ever made?
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>>101039894
this looks terrible
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>>101028242
Damn, they really have fallen, the flat design revolution has been a disaster for GUI programs
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>>101028003
TempleOs
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ubuntu with the old unity DE will always hold a special place in my heart
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>>101028118
>pointer shadow
Bloat


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