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Probably some RISC-V stuff, but hopefully other things too ;)
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i really cannot overstate how all political conflicts throughout all of human history are between, on the one side, the people who believe we can build a just and equitable society that cares for everybody, and on the other side, these people:

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Causeway Street, Boston.

Boston Police doing their @BostonBikeBlockers + combo.

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Switzerland passes law requiring software in the public sector. "All public bodies must disclose the source code of software developed by or for them, unless precluded by third-party rights or security concerns" Well done @maemst, great work!

https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/open-source-observatory-osor/news/new-open-source-law-switzerland

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@pid_eins and myself are hosting a MC track at and the CfP closes next week. The best time to submit a talk was last month, the next best time is now!

"Kernel <-> Userspace/Init/System Management boundaries and APIs MC" - the focus is on topics related to the APIs and interfaces sitting at the boundary between the kernel and init systems/system management layers, with a special attention directed towards current pain points and omissions.

More details at: https://uapi-group.org/docs/conferences/2024-09-18__lpc-uapi-mc/

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these aren't "odd" laws, they're crucial ones for pedestrian safety. and Waymo regularly fails to follow them. this type of reporting seriously misses the mark, it's basically free advertising at this point

https://www.sfchronicle.com/sf/article/s-f-waymo-first-time-ride-19539040.php

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NEW EPISODE:

"Killed by a Traffic Engineer"

In his new book, Wes Marshall argues that his fellow traffic engineers need to do some deep soul searching about the rules they follow so that they no longer design a system that kills tens of thousands of people per year.

Available wherever you get your podcasts.

https://thewaroncars.org/2024/06/25/129-killed-by-a-traffic-engineer/

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In the span of two weeks, box truck drivers making right turns across separated bike lanes in have killed two people. Safety advocates will host a vigil on the steps of City Hall this afternoon to demand safer streets:

https://mass.streetsblog.org/2024/06/24/truck-drivers-have-caused-two-deaths-in-two-weeks-in-cambridge

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🧵 In 2020, I nearly died from mysterious industrial chemical exposure at my apartment. Later, in 2023, I discovered my employer was dumping toxic waste into the apartment windows from their Skunkworks semiconductor fab next-door. I tipped off the US EPA, who sent their env cops to raid Apple's plant in Aug of 2023. The US EPA finally released the report of their enforcement inspections & sent me a copy on Friday. 💀 ⬇️

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This is quite funny: about every 6 days somewhere in the world celebrates from rule! The most universal holiday!

Gary writes: "Britain doesn't have an independence day; it simply looks askance as most of the rest of the world celebrates independence from it."

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It has been three years, as I am trying to communicate this message to people:

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8.5 is a branch.

8.5 (and 8.5, Rocky 8.5, Oracle 8.5...) is a tag.
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I am glad Alma wrote it explicitly on https://wiki.almalinux.org/release-notes/ that "Release of new 8.x version ends support for the previous version."

I am sad that people don't read and internalize it.

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We're excited to kick off soon registrations for ! However, we need more sponsors to keep it accessible and maintain its unique environment.

Your support can make a big difference! Join us in creating an unforgettable experience.

https://kernel-recipes.org/en/2024/sponsor/

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Palmer Dabbelt

@BostonBikeBlockers is there one for the SF Bay Area?
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Heya! We will open first part of registration on 12th of june, 8:00 am UTC
You can already have a look on speakers and talks. This is still in progress
Stay tuned!

https://kernel-recipes.org

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Interested in hacking, discovering, and sharing hardware?

Teardown returns to from Friday 21st June to Sunday 23rd June 2024 https://blog.oshpark.com/2024/06/06/teardown-begins-in-portland-on-june-21/

Follow @crowdsupply and @helenleigh for more

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Red Hat is hiring a kernel engineer for RISC-V enablement and support. This will be highly Fedora-focused work.

https://redhat.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/jobs/job/Software-Engineer---RISC-V-Hardware-Enablement_R-038565

Note that the job is out of the Waterford, Ireland office.

PS: if seriously interested, and if we're at least acquainted, contact me _before_ applying and I'll send you a referral link!

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WE DID IT. My new zine “How Git Works" is out now!

You can get it here for $12: https://wizardzines.com/zines/git

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$ARM > $INTC for the first time this morning

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A single picture taken in the

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Amsterdam-Rijnkanaal. Photo made by @robhoeijmakers

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