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Michael Wilcox @miwilc@mastodon.rocks

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Oregonians: tell your state representatives to vote yes on H.B. 4155, which would secure the open Internet for your state
act.eff.org/action/tell-congre source: twitter.com/eff/status/9649777

A random hug for everyone, my followers and @BryanLunduke for highlighting the lack of virtual hugs.


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>replaces toilet paper once

i am the backbone of this household

@BryanLunduke I'am sure you need a hug daemon to log some virtual hugs in your syslog...

HO WAIT !

gitlab.com/mojo42/hugd

>using jpg in 2018 when disk space consumed by images was only a problem in the 00’s

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@BryanLunduke @Siedge

First... there was a pointless CoC because people at FreeBSD can't act like professionals without being given guidelines.

Then... there was the

Now... there is a meme.

Where will this insanity stop???

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Q: What Operating System does the BatComputer (Batman's computer in the Batcave) run?

A: Hannah Montana Linux.

(This was asked on the 's . The amazing Metalx1000 made it real.)

Said by FreeBSD members to me:
- Racist statements
- Sexist statements
- Death threats
- Naughty words

Banned by FreeBSD:
- eHugs

That there is drama surrounding *hugs* is absolutely hilarious to me. r/FreeBSD is now censoring pro-virtual-hug posts.

lol! What a time to be alive!

reddit.com/r/BSD/comments/7y0v

Thanks a lot @BryanLunduke on the great episode of FreeBSD outlaws virtual hugs. You made up my day. Here is some **virtual hugs**.
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OH GOD I just saw someone with a backpack with 'Emojo' written on it

it's happening
mastodon is becoming mainstream

How did you started with BSD?

When I got to the Jussieu university in Paris in 1988, they had a Gould Encore running 4.2BSD.

In 1989-90 I ran Microport SVR4 UNIX on my personal computer.

Later I read the 386BSD articles by L & B. Jolitz and installed it. Now #FreeBSD/ZFS on all servers.

#bsdstart