Admin-anon will make it better. /prog/ anons will contribute code. Once code is stable other anons will host instances. I will advocate for free software on /g/. The cycle continues.
tech is heck
So now that this is here - what can we do with it? Should we plan something??
Can JPEG XL be enabled now that even current ungoogled-chrome has support for it built-in ( chrome://flags/#enable-jxl)? Supported browsers: https://www.caniuse.com/jpegxl
Can JPEG XL be enabled now that even current ungoogled-chrome has support for it built-in ( chrome://flags/#enable-jxl)? Supported browsers: https://www.caniuse.com/jpegxl Also requested was webp, posted this on /g/ before I saw meta >>fg-3T1IXMQU (OP)
>>fg-RT5KQNKG The most efficient image format that is practical to use. This was ~2MB as PNG, now it's ~1MB as JXL. Lossless: https://files.shittyurl.org/z4izory7.jxl If you haven't JXL support enabled in your browser yet, download and feed it into https://squoosh.app/ instead. But if fchan allowed the format, we could directly shitpost with jxl.
Add a .css file, how are people going to understand that a board is dedicated to black people pretending to be female, if the background is not black and the text is not pink? Smh
https://www.debian.org/News/2021/20210814 It's update time desbians
What text editors do my fedifellas use? I like vscode purely for the linters and autocomplete that are easy to setup. I like emacs a lot because its fast and fairly minimal, is there a way to setup the linters/autocomplete on emacs to get it similar to vscode? is there a better alternative than the two? (ideally something that doesn't use electron)29 replies, Click here to view all.
Name a better browser, I'll wait.43 replies and 6 images, Click here to view all.
why do people still use tor?40 replies and 7 images, Click here to view all.
>>fg-LZJ2PMQ8 how is it gonna be better. You need clean traffic to hide the more sensitive traffic. I don't think these networks are nearly big enough to hide anything serious. If tor is compromised given how large it is then it wouldn't take more than a week for lokinet or protocols like it to get compromised.
>>fg-T16KFFMT The pirates/archives. There are usually 35k - 55k relays(users), and like a third of the traffic is BitTorrent. Anyway, I2P has a whole load of protocol advantages over Tor (though some new weaknesses to active attacks due to its decentralized nature, too), though you are correct that it sorely needs people pumping moar traffic through it. I am not sure what could be done to pull that off, aside from embedding I2P into some programs such as messengers, or making it easier to use than it already is. . .
>>fg-743QUO3A Those stats are a bit outdated anon. See http://stats.i2p Another danger to consider is that, like with Tor, you can DDoS routers until you see a publicly-available resource go offline. The only real counter to this is distributed file storage- which, I admit, is actually an ongoing effort now.
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