Regarding Erdoğan, there are two possibilities:
1. He knows he’s lost İstanbul and will lose by a larger margin this time around but will use the few weeks he has gained to destroy evidence of his party’s corruption.
2. He actually wants to win and will do so by hook or by crook.
#1 isn’t great and the rerun of the election itself is a terrible precedent for the one instrument of democracy left relatively untarnished in Turkey.
#2 and there will be an uprising. Which won’t be fun for anyone.
Democracy in Turkey
Read this interview with her (https://www.istanbultravelogue.com/interview-ozge-samanci-on-her-graphic-novel-dare-to-disappoint-growing-up-in-turkey/) and check out her book Dare to disappoint: growing up in Turkey.
Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth's natural life - https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/may/06/human-society-under-urgent-threat-loss-earth-natural-life-un-report we are so stupid
Hello everyone !
📢 🔴 URGENT 🔴
An awesome software is dying, because its #developper has not time anymore to care of it.
It's an alternative of Adobe AfterEffect : Natron (https://natrongithub.github.io/)
Please, can Mastodon community search for a C++ dev, which want to maintain it ? or search for a company which work with free software ? It's very important.
Boost very appreciated
Thanks in advance for your contribution !
Folks, I’m seeing a lot of people recommend setting xpinstall.signatures.required to false to fix the Firefox extensions issue.
⚠️ DO NOT DO THIS! ⚠️
It disables signature checking on extensions which means that you open yourself up to malicious extensions if you install any new ones or if you have auto updates on.
Or go the officially recommended (but less private) route: https://mastodon.ar.al/@aral/102039553570119536
(Normandy is the system used by Mozilla to push "studies" to Firefox)
there, search "Update XPI signing intermediate" and you find the addonUrl parameter with the link to the XPI
@aral If you don't want to give Mozilla more information than they really need, you can also install what I've linked below. It's what the Study actually installs.
Here are a few links about it
✅ Allow Firefox to send technical and interaction data to Mozilla
✅ Allow Firefox to install and run studies
(Don’t forget to turn these off right after your extensions show up again. I restarted the browser but not sure if that’s necessary.)