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scripting/subscriptionListCleanup: Read an OPML subscription list, and loop over all the feeds and only pass on the ones that are reachable and parseable.

JavaScript code that reads an OPML subscription list, and loops over all the feeds and only passes on the ones that are reachable and parseable.    Read the original story

Pull-based GitOps moving to Gitlab Free tier

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Texas social media law will cause “chaos” online, Supreme Court is told

Enlarge / US and Texas flags flying outside the Texas State Capitol building in Austin. (credit: Getty Images | PA Thompson) More than two dozen groups have urged the US Supreme Court to block a Texas law that prohibits large… Continue Reading →

Google Blocks File Manager Total Commander From Allowing Users To Sideload Apps

An anonymous reader shares a report: Total Commander has been around since the 90s, eventually expanding into Android after the platform launched over a decade ago. The app has more than 10 million downloads on the Play Store, still supporting… Continue Reading →

Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany goes green in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law trailer

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, starring Tatiana Maslany, starts streaming on August 17 on Disney+. Marvel has released the first trailer for its latest spinoff series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and it looks like it will be a lot of fun. Bonus:… Continue Reading →

FreeBSD 13.1 Released

FreeBSD 13.1 has been released today. Some of the new features include UEFI boot improvements for AMD64, a wide variety of hardware driver improvements, and support for freebsd-update to allow creating automated snapshots of the boot environment to try to… Continue Reading →

Legl, a SaaS for law firm workflows, tops up with $18M

While valuations of public software-as-a-service businesses have been taking a hammering of late as investors cool on the sector amid a wider, post-pandemic tech stock sell-off, SaaS startups still need to raise funding to scale their budding businesses — or,… Continue Reading →

Ninth Circuit rules audio-only trial access violates Sixth Amendment right to public trial

The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Monday held that the District Court for the Northern District of California’s COVID-19 protocols violated defendant James David Allen II’s Sixth Amendment right to a public trial. In 2020, the district… Continue Reading →

Software Freedom Conservancy Wins Big Step Forward For Open-Source Rights

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), a non-profit organization that promotes open-source software and defends the free software General Public License (GPL), recently sued major TV vendor Vizio for abusing the GPL with… Continue Reading →

Google backtracks on legacy GSuite account shutdown, won’t take user emails

Enlarge / An artist’s rendering of Google’s current reputation. (credit: Aurich Lawson) Google finally launched a solution for people with “legacy” GSuite Google accounts. After initially threatening to shut down free GSuite accounts if users didn’t start paying for the… Continue Reading →

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