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  1. Wow. Sounds bad.
  2. 07-08-2016 to , , , , by mako
  3. The end of kitniyot?!
  4. Rattlenless rattlesnakes.
  5. The time Jake Vanderplas got attacked by a car!
  6. Awesome event by Monika!
  7. Seems like this guy is hosting dumps for WMF.
    updated: 18-02-2015, original: 18-02-2015 to , , , , , , , , , , , by mako
  8. Extremely cute local news.
  9. Another online service shutting it doors. Apparently, it is also refusing to be archived!
  10. updated: 11-09-2014, original: 11-09-2014 to , , , , , , , by mako
  11. Congrats, guys.
  12. Matthew Garrett wrote up some good stuff about this.
  13. Nice copyfight article from 1997.
  14. Move to article-based metrics people.
  15. Doesn't look good.
  16. Continuing to follow up on a bet I had with AaronSw.
  17. updated: 30-11-2013, original: 30-11-2013 to , , , , , , , , , , by mako
  18. 29-10-2013 to , , , , , by mako
  19. "Rüdiger Kuhlmann, the maintainer of mICQ, had a disagreement with Martin Loschwitz, the maintainer of the Debian mICQ package... Mr. Kuhlmann decided that enough was enough, and he was going to take some action. As of mICQ 0.4.10.1, the code will, when built for the Debian distribution, print out a message which says some unflattering things about Mr. Loschwitz and encourages use of a different version; the program then exits. In other words, when built for Debian, mICQ thumbs its nose at the user and refuses to run. To help ensure that this code got into the official Debian version, it was written in an obfuscated manner, set to trigger only after February 11, and only if it was not being run by Mr. Loschwitz. For the curious, here is a posting containing the code in question.

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