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Adam Sjøgren
Institut for Bathique et Lommephilosophiae
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Adam Sjøgren 17h
If you're on Bornholm, go find it!
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Adam Sjøgren Sep 18
Replying to @wtgowers
What was the fix? Inquiring minds want to know (that, as well).
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Adam Sjøgren Sep 16
Replying to @zoliky @decibyte
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Adam Sjøgren Sep 16
Replying to @zoliky @decibyte
I simply encrypted ~/.passwords.txt to ~/.passwords.txt.gpg and Emacs automatically asks for the private key password when I open it, and automatically (re)encrypts it when saving. As easy as could be - Emacs is great!
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Adam Sjøgren Sep 16
Replying to @zoliky @decibyte
I can't help with org-mode, I have tried getting into it a couple of times, but it hasn't stuck yet :-)
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Adam Sjøgren Sep 16
Replying to @zoliky @decibyte
I upgrade my servers when Debian does a new release every couple of years - my laptop runs Debian unstable and gets updated often. I like public key cryptography for my password list because I don't get asked for the password when saving (which I do using symmetric encryption).
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Adam Sjøgren Sep 16
Replying to @zoliky @decibyte
I haven't reinstalled in decades, I have to admit. When I install a new machine I copy over ~/.gnupg and continue as if nothing happened. Hopefully a little faster, though :-)
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 28
Replying to @AHoyrup @DigstStatus
Trygt? eBoks har jo nedbrud nærmest hver uge! →
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 27
Replying to @wtgowers
Linking to the image you lose the bonus "mouse over" text! Here's the full experience: 👍
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 22
"The Los Angeles Times is gobsmacked to see a social network tool that is being used against (instead of marketed by) a colossal dystopian nightmare factory." Sometimes webshit weekly is fun: Often it is unquotable because of the internal slang used.
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 14
Replying to @2600
There are currently 14 in hospital in Denmark due to COVID-19, of these 1 is in intensive care and 0 are on a respirator, out of a population of around 5.8 million. It might have made sense to skip it this year, but you probably don't have to be that concerned.
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 10
Replying to @qikipedia @aha_com
Norwegian pop band A-ha: opportunity knocks!
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 8
Replying to @DutchSpace
Target practice?
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 8
I keep an unofficial git repository of the lists, tracking the changes over time: Usually the lists are updated every couple of months.
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 8
There are three lists of approved first names in Denmark, currently the lengths are: girls names: 23406 boys names: 19141 unisex names: 1153 (The last is the intersection of the first two.) The names can be looked up online here:
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 7
Take a look at the hashtag if you need some examples of creative, approved Danish first names:
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 7
And that's when the rules were changed... These days most of the new names are "misspellings". Your information is out of date.
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 7
That's not true. You can apply for approval for any name not on the lists.
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 7
How is it limited? - You can apply for approval of any name? The way it's presented here (I don't know the New Zealand rules), it sounds like any name can be blocked (if considered offensive). How is that not equivalent to applying for approval of a name?
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Adam Sjøgren Aug 7
And this is more restrictive than the name can be blocked if it is considered offensive in what way?
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