AJ Jordan email@example.com
20. FLOSS zealot. GitHub fan. Ultimate player. Stack Exchange addict. UNIX philosophy subscriber. Sysadmin. Conference attendee & speaker. Freshman in college as of fall 2017. I am the primary maintainer of pump.io, the principal author of StraticJS, and a comaintainer of PRISM Break.
birthday inventory 2018
False Claim of California Registering Noncitizens to Vote
"False Claim of California Registering Noncitizens to Vote"
Q: Is California registering noncitizens to vote?
A: No. A state motor-voter program and a San Francisco school board measure have fueled that false claim.
A text-based photo on Facebook asks whether “all votes from California should be nullified and Federal Representatives from the State be removed from Congress for the benefit of all the States?”
The state’s purported offense? “California is registering non-citizens to vote and has refused to Cooperate with the Federal Election Integrity Program.”
The post False Claim of California Registering Noncitizens to Vote appeared first on FactCheck.org.http://www.factcheck.org/feed/ )
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- man, if you think it's weird to feel like a teenager and not technically be one at 20, then watch out: you'll feel pretty much the same way at 40, except it's even weirder to feel like a teenager and see grey hair in the mirror.
happy birthday! Since when human processes were determined by calendar and exact dates? Calendar and round numbers are there just to give an excuse to make a party ;-)
Enjoy your teenager days until you like, or feel you have to open a new chapter of life, or your beloved ones show you that you should open another chapter of life…
pump.saz.im and Pumpa development shutting down
I've decided to shut down my home server at the end of August (i.e., in about two months). This also means, unfortunately, that my pump.io server pump.saz.im will go down, thus ending my presence on pump.io. I know I could move to one of the public pump.io servers out there, but I'm also trying to consolidate my "social media" presence - and Mastodon seems to be winning out for me. You can find me on Mastodon as firstname.lastname@example.org. (I've also recently deleted my Twitter and Facebook accounts, of course for even better reasons...)
This decision also means that I'm no longer actively maintaining or developing Pumpa, the Qt-based pump.io client that I created. It doesn't make sense for me to work on something that I don't use anymore. If anyone is interested in continuing Pumpa development, I would definitely be open to transferring maintainership. Anyway, the source code will always be out there if anyone wants to use it. For a good and actively maintained pump.io desktop client, I recommend people instead use Dianara by @JanKusanagi.
It has been fun over here, and I still love the community. Perhaps we can link up again once the ActivityPub flows (or pumps) all around :-)Show all 5 replies
- From ivanov on Twitter: Today, at #scipy2018 sprints, I learned that not enough folks know about `git grep` Search the current checkout of only committed files, ignores other stuff. https://twitter.com/ivanov/status/1018229131161620481/photo/1
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