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https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/open-sourcing-my-transition

My gender transition was, and continues to be, guided by open source principles. As an early adopter of open source, I’ve been using the principles to bring value to my life and guide my transition out of the closet.

Sure, as Red Hatters, these principles and methods are critical to our jobs. In our company, the very structure of our organization is built on these ideas. Jim Whitehurst, who was Red Hat’s president and CEO for 12 years, wrote The Open Organization to express this philosophy to the world. At each level of our company, decisions are made using the Open Decision Framework so these concepts continue to be the backbone of how we operate. But these ideas apply far beyond software development or any professional endeavor.
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 No.975

gnu/ack

 No.982

>>975
/g/em

 No.984

Damn that chin and jaw

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>>984
fixed

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>>943
Fedora trannies be like



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Memorial thread
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 No.916

>>905
he looks like a nigger

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 No.951

>>937
He looks like a kike nigger.

 No.970

>>937
yes, albeit



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is there a filter for the party like 4chanx for 4chan?
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 No.928

>>283
no it doesnt you fucking retard

 No.932

>>283
yes it works you fucking genius

 No.945

>>928
you need to edit a value in violentmonkey thats it chud

 No.946

>>945
shut up troon

 No.948

>>932
thanks



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New /g/ related iChad toss just dropped


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>filter by python because i failed math

 No.920

If you are reading this comment your parents will die within 5 years. To undo this curse you need to copy this and paste it in 2 otherthreads. i'm so, so sorry,please forgive me.



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post ruggedized gems
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 No.854

>>851
if you don't care about specs over a long period of time, if you like removable batteries and hard drives, if you're clumsy or use a computer outside often, if you want to customise your machine for a specific purpose, and if you buy spare parts with your initial purchase or can reliably find them online - then it's probably worth it. i treat my rugged machines with more care than consumer ones (i like to punch consumer laptops). there are other benefits to using a rugged machine, like having a resistive touchpad instead of capactive (capactive does random things like zoom out 100%, scroll to the end of a page, or select every file in a folder if you touch them the wrong way), having strong hinges, dust covers, wifi kill switches, no webcam, etc. generally speaking they're just better designed machines, because they're made to be used - not for a profit margin before going into the landfill

 No.862

How do you access the bios menu on a cf-31? mine came with winglows 11 and I want to change it to 10 or 7 without losing any of the shit it came installed with.
>>854
>resistive touchpad
IDK I hate how less responsive it is but like I said earlier the shell is so thick you can move a mouse on it like you would on a desk.

 No.871

>>862
if its like the cf-19 all you gotta do is hit the delete key

 No.914

>>854
those specs don't sound bad at all, how do you acquire a ruggedized 'top?

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>>914
ebay probably, since new machines can be in the $3000 - $10000 range. if you must buy a new machine, resellers will almost always be cheaper than the manufacturer. only buy from the manufacturer if you're ordering a special snowflake customized unit. some companies will ignore your enquiries if youre not a state or business entity. if they do respond, they may also assume you're rich and try to rip you off. some manufactuers also won't sell you spare parts unless you're a reseller yourself. ebay is generally your best bet. buy a late model panasonic toughbook cf19 or cf31 - they're easy to find and spare parts are very available however albeit in any case though



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>useless crap
>useless crap, 90s aesthetic

 No.879

gem that saved the 'sharty

 No.901

ok

 No.902

i miss kway



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thank you keyedlord


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 No.866[Reply]

Using visual studio code gave me a psychotic crisis, piece of shit soyware can't even realise that ";" is used to separate instructions, whenever I am debugging something this piece of shit editor counts every single ";" as an error and makes me lose time trying to find real error.

 No.867

I use sublime text

 No.875

>>867
I use Visual Studio Enterprise

 No.877

>>866
I use visual studio and it has no problems with that. What language are you writing in?

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>>877
JAVascript.



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 No.863[Reply]

Why is /g/eddit so obsessed with this piece of shit? VLC just works 90% of the time.

 No.865

It's a local project done by other /g/uys and was the first project that popped up after the creators of mphc decided to Troon out and removed the downloads from their site.
I think the wangblows build are keyloggers

 No.876

Stay away from all software full of heavy developer politics. It's kind of like the whole GTK vs qt thing.



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