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Found a wording:
"<script> is a reserved tagname for use by WHATWG. Authors must not rely upon useragent support, though authors' use is allowed in HTMLite to overcome other shortcomings in supporting useragents."
I've already given "supporting useragents" a context-dependant definition to aid me in making this spec as lenient as I want...
Workers: I don't want to work for low wages during a pandemic for shitty bosses with poor leadership skills to serve overly entitled customers who won't even do me the courtesy of wearing a fucking mask
Bosses: We don't want to pay our workers more or hire new people because our business model is based around skeleton crews full of minimum wage workers in order to be viable
Dozens of articles every day: What's behind the worker shortage? Is the social safety net too generous?
@dredmorbius Some other nominations:
Daylight saving time.
Adding lead to gasoline.
The British plantation model and the subsequent invention of the white race to support it.
A proposal, dear reader: Create a list of bookmarks linking to websites you find interesting, and publish it for the world to see. It's a bit strange, almost nobody seems to be doing this. Looking through a sample of personal websites, very few of them has links to other personal websites. A hyperlink isn't a marriage proposal. It is enough to find some redeeming quality in a website to link to it.
Reading about #ObjectCapabilites or Ocaps as an alternative to ACLs in the context of moderation on the decentralised web: "OcapsPub: towards networks of consent" https://gitlab.com/spritely/ocappub/-/blob/master/README.org. It's interesting how much good thinking is coming out of the #ActivityPub centred Fediverse.
regulating privacy? fine, that's about what you send to other people, often over state lines
regulating CSAM? fine, that's about what you make available online
but you cannot tell people they are only allowed to view the bits you send them in a certain way. you cannot. fuck you.
PC adventure game Dark Seed requires VGA, but what it actually does is run in the 640x350 EGA mode (10h), and then use VGA's capabilities to set the 16 colors beyond the default 64 color palette of that mode.
So here it is in EGA, without the custom VGA palette. #DOSGaming
bonus bullshit points if your config file is actually in a serialisation format rather than a config format
*stares in JSON*
A Plan 9 oriented server.