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@nipos @xro I guess you two are referring to #Element / #Riot, not #Matrix?
 
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Nur heißt es seit kurzem nicht mehr #Riot sondern #Element
 
My employer is looking to replace #MSTeams. Should I recommend #Element/ #Riot/ #Matrix?
 
Ich habe mal auf Github bei Element / Riot / Matrix das Issue erstellt, dass man Audio direkt in der Android App abspielen kann. Wer mag, kann sich ja anschliessen. 🌻

https://github.com/vector-im/element-android/issues/1935
#Element #Matrix #Riot #Android
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On this day, 9 August 1979, the women workers of the YH wig making company in Seoul, South Korea, occupied the headquarters of the opposition New Democratic Party in protest at the closure of their employer. The workers had gone on strike against the proposed closure, but to no avail, so they attempted to escalate their protest. However, the US-backed military dictatorship instead sent 2,000 riot police to attack the 187 women and evict the occupation.

One woman, Kim Kyung Sook, was killed by police, while the union leaders were arrested and the other workers sent home by bus.

While unsuccessful, the violent repression of the workers provoked mass anger, which was a major contributing factor to uprisings breaking out in Busan and Masan later that year.

More info about South Korean people's history at this time in this great book: https://shop.workingclasshistory.com/collections/books/products/asias-unknown-uprisings-volume-1-south-korean-social-movements-in-the-20th-century-george-katsiafica


#history #photo #art #photography #women #seoul #korea
#riot #police #usa #worker
 

Endspiel


"(...) Der Ausnahmezustand ist die Dauereinrichtung eines Systems in der finalen Krise."

https://neue-debatte.com/2020/08/07/ausnahmezustand/
#Marktfundamentalismus #Kapitalismus #Riot #Widerstand
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So I've finally checked out Element, the matrix client formerly known as Riot. The new look is a significant improvement on the web version of Riot. I'm looking forward to getting a PinePhone and checking out a mobile GNU version (if there is one).

#Element #matrix #Riot #PinePhone #mobileGNU
 
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Meanwhile outside of a courthouse in Portland, a protester with a Hello Kitty helmet ran up to a tear gas grenade with a hockey stick and whacked it back at federal officers. I think I just got into sports...

Photo by Nathan Howard from Blackpowderpress


#art #photo #photography #blm #portland
#usa #police #protest #riot #sport #hockey #woman #gas
 
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Meanwhile outside of a courthouse in Portland, a protester with a Hello Kitty helmet ran up to a tear gas grenade with a hockey stick and whacked it back at federal officers. I think I just got into sports...

Photo by Nathan Howard from Blackpowderpress


#art #photo #photography #blm #portland
#usa #police #protest #riot #sport #hockey #woman #gas
 
Hmm .. das ist ja nicht wirklich kein schöner Start. Seit gestern Abend bekomme ich bei https://app.element.io/ nur noch eine Fehlermeldung, aber einloggen kann ich mich nicht mehr.

Geht es euch auch so? Oder klappt der Login per Web bei euch?

#Riot #Element #Matrix #Synapse
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The main #Matrix client has been named #Riot which never was a really good name. You never knew how to tell someone
  • "I write you in Riot."
    ... "You mean Matrix"
"Can you write me in Matrix."
"Matrix? What do you mean? That film?"
  • And yeah, there have been different clients for Matrix as well: weechat-matrix, Spectral, Quaternion etc.. None of these names really show what is going on. Imagine someone tells you "I got a message from X in Spectral". You wouldn't expect that to be compatible with Riot.
And now them developers decided to change the name of Riot into ... "Element". Yeah, that's another nonfitting name for a Matrix client.
  • "Let's discuss this tomorrow in Element."
People would probably not even realize that you mean a messenger client by saying element.

And the new icon doesn't look like a messenger but rather than something that is running an update.
 
Bei Android und iOS Benutzern wird die App automatisch demnächst auf Element aktualisiert.

Benutzer der Web-App sollten so bald wie möglich auf folgende URL wechseln https://app.element.io

Mehr Informationen unter
- https://element.io/blog/welcome-to-element/
- https://element.io/previously-riot

#Riot #Matrix #Element #RiotX #Synapse #Messenger #DecentralizeIT
 

Aus Riot wird Element

Bei Android und iOS Benutzern wird die App automatisch demnächst auf Element aktualisiert.

Benutzer der Web-App sollten so bald wie möglich auf folgende URL wechseln https://app.element.io

Mehr Informationen unter
- https://element.io/blog/welcome-to-element/
- https://element.io/previously-riot

#Riot #Matrix #Element #RiotX #Synapse #Messenger #DecentralizeIT
#Riot heißt jetzt #Element
Neuer Name, neues Logo, neuer Anlauf für #FreieMessenger ich bin gespannt und freue mich schon darauf, dass der Client hoffentlich bald in #fdroid zu finden ist.
https://element.io/blog/welcome-to-element/
 
I've been using Riot.im for a few weeks, both the web and the mobile client, and...

...it's a pretty damn solid experience! Finally a well-designed, secure, free as in freedom IM that doesn't suck.

Could you all, you know, ditch Slack, IRC, WhatsApp, Telegram and Discord and move to Matrix? Onegai-shimasu 🙏

#matrix #riot
 
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MORE 'Senior janitor', 'Major yardman', 'Leading dishwasher' and 'Chief servant'! .... or "Microsoft: Addressing racial injustice"

N.B.! Sounds strange: I have always believed that to achieve the best performance and quality, every company needs good specialists, not black, white or brown idlers.

Addressing racial injustice



Jun 23, 2020
Microsoft Corporate Blogs

An email from CEO Satya Nadella to Microsoft employees:

As I shared in our Employee Town Hall last month, and in my email earlier this month, we are committed to take action to help address racial injustice and inequity, and unequivocally believe that Black lives matter. Below you will see many of the steps we are taking.

Over the past several weeks, the senior leadership team, board of directors, and I have spent time reflecting, listening, learning, and discussing what role the company – and all of us collectively – must play in helping to drive change, both within Microsoft and in our communities. With significant input from employees and leaders who are members of the Black and African American community, we have developed a set of actions that we believe are both meaningful to improving the lived experience at Microsoft, as well as driving change in the communities in which we live and work.

Today, we are making commitments to address racial injustice and inequity for the Black and African American community in the United States. We will additionally take important steps to address the needs of other communities, including the Hispanic and Latinx community, across the company in the next five years. We are focused on three multiyear, sustained efforts:

- Increasing our representation and culture of inclusion. We will build on our diversity and inclusion (D&I) momentum from the past five years by adding an additional $150M of D&I investment, and will double the number of Black and African American people managers, senior individual contributors, and senior leaders in the United States by 2025.

- Engaging our ecosystem. We will use our balance sheet and engagement with suppliers and partners to extend the vision for societal change throughout our ecosystem, creating new opportunities for them and the communities they serve.

- Strengthening our communities. We will use the power of data, technology, and partnership to help improve the lives of Black and African American citizens across our country, including to address the safety and well-being of our own employees in the communities in which they live.

Below are key details on how we will accomplish this.

Our Culture

We need to ensure that our culture of inclusion is a top priority for everyone. It starts with our values of respect, integrity, and accountability. Each of us must be able to thrive in diverse teams. Every manager must be able to attract, retain, and grow employees of all backgrounds. This is certainly true at Microsoft, and also more broadly. It is the new baseline for manager excellence across industries across the globe.

We will meet this new goal in three key ways:

1. We will accelerate our cultural transformation through further investment in inclusion. Managers who have a deep understanding and commitment to building inclusive culture are key to our company’s success. Starting in FY21, our training on allyship, covering, and privilege in the workplace will be required for all employees, with additional new content on understanding the experience of the Black and African American community. Because leadership sets the tone, we will have required live sessions for CVPs and EVPs to ensure they better understand the lived experience of these specific communities.

2. We will strengthen our intentional career planning and talent development efforts. This will apply across our workforce, beginning with Black and African American employees. These programs will expand to include other employee groups as we learn and grow. We will expand on our leadership development programs for select Black and African American midlevel employees and their managers, to help prepare for promotion to Director/Principal. For Director/Principal level, we will create a new development opportunity to expose them to the leadership expectations of the Partner/GM level and match them with senior-level sponsors and mentors. For Partner/GMs, we are continuing to invest in the dedicated leadership development programs.

3. We will further strengthen company accountability for progress on representation. We will deepen our practice of evaluating each CVP/GM’s progress on diversity and inclusion when determining their impact and rewards, as well as promotion considerations. We will provide CVPs with dedicated D&I coaches to confront and resolve systemic obstacles within their organizations. We will expand our global, quarterly promotion process to ensure we build diverse leadership teams at all levels. This will include direct engagement with business leaders on review of all candidates for people management, Director/Principal level, and Partner/GM level.

Our Ecosystem

A vast business ecosystem surrounds Microsoft from our supply chain to our partner community. We recognize that a stronger and more productive ecosystem requires better representation of the diversity in our communities. We will evolve our engagement with our supply chain, banking partners, and the broad Microsoft partner ecosystem in this effort.

1. We will double the number of Black- and African American-owned approved suppliers over the next three years and spend an incremental $500M with those existing and new suppliers. We’ll do this by ensuring our existing guidance to include diverse minority-owned suppliers in all RFPs is well understood, evaluate supplier portfolio composition, and enhance the weighting of diversity characteristics (both in ownership and in broad workforce) during the supplier evaluation and selection process. We will also encourage Black and African American representation progress in our top 100 suppliers, which account for over 50 percent of our indirect spend, by requesting annual disclosure of their diversity profile information (e.g., workforce diversity, goals) that we will incorporate into our RFP evaluations.

2. We will use our own banking needs to grow our portfolio investment activity with Black- and African American-owned financial institutions. Over the next three years, we will double the percentage of our transaction volumes through these Black- and African-American owned banks and external managers where we have existing strong banking relationships and look to grow that base, which provides an increased opportunity for these firms to attract more capital. We will create a $100M program that will make its initial investment in collaboration with the FDIC to target Minority Owned Depository

3. Institutions (MDIs), which directly enables an increase of funds into local communities (businesses, restaurants, housing, etc.). And, we will establish a $50M investment fund focused on supporting Black- and African American-owned small businesses. The fund will initially focus on investing to improve access to capital, increase skill development, and reduce the technology gaps that exist today.

4. We know how important partners are to the growth of our business. We look forward to investing to increase the number of Black- and African American-owned partners in our US partner community by 20 percent over the next three years. A new $50M partner fund will help with access to capital providing loans to support these partners through their startup phase with the loans recovered over time as their business grows. We will provide $20M of financing to existing and new partners to support their cashflow needs. And, we will invest an additional $3M in training programs covering financial management, tech solutions, and go-to-market readiness.

Our Communities

No company can change the world by itself. But we believe that Microsoft can put the power of data, technology, and partnership to work to help improve the lives of Black and African American citizens across our country. That’s what we’re committed to doing, through a four-part effort.

1. We will strengthen and expand our existing justice reform initiative with a five-year, $50 million sustained effort. Since starting this work in 2017, we’ve come to appreciate the importance of this issue not only to the nation, but to the personal lives of our employees and their families. No one should have to live with the fear of being stopped by the police, harassed while shopping, or bullied in school because of the color of their skin. This conviction has led us to do increasing work advocating both in the Puget Sound and nationally, including in the communities where our employees live.We will build on this foundation by using data and digital technology toward increased transparency and accountability in our justice system. All this work will be backed by public policy advocacy that will increase access to data to identify racial disparities and improve policing. We’ll also use our technology and expertise to support evidenced-based and unbiased diversion programs that direct people into treatment alternatives instead of incarceration. We’ll also use data to promote racial equity in the decisions made by prosecutors, including decisions about who to charge with a crime, the nature of the charge, plea offers, and sentencing recommendations.

2. We will expand our skills work to help Black and African American students and adults develop the skills needed to succeed in the digital economy. Over the next five years, we will expand in 13 states and the District of Columbia the Microsoft TEALS industry volunteer program to bring computer science education to an additional 620 high schools primarily serving Black and African American students. We will also strengthen Microsoft’s support for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, including in computer and data science programs, campus initiatives and partnerships, and curriculum development. Finally, we’ll offer digital skills training to Black and African American adults seeking new jobs. As part of a global skilling initiative, we will provide $5 million in cash grants to community-based nonprofit organizations led by and serving communities of color, enabling them to better support digital skills programs.

3. We will help expand access to broadband and devices for communities of color and the key institutions that support them in major urban centers, by working with carriers, OEMs, our own hardware team, refurbishers, and nonprofits to enrich low-cost broadband access by providing affordable PCs and Microsoft software. We’ll work to ensure these services can be put to effective use to improve people’s lives, with a focus on telehealth services and educational offerings. Backed by public advocacy, we’ll start by focusing on six cities that currently confront the largest urban broadband gaps.

4. Finally, we will increase technology support for nonprofits that support and are led by people of color. We will help support the digital transformation that we know from experience can make nonprofits more effective. We’ll provide access to Azure and Dynamics credits and financial grants that will enable these organizations to add the IT staff needed to better deploy and maximize technology. We look forward to tapping into the knowledge and expertise of our own employees as we identify effective groups we can support more strongly.

Change begins by looking inward. We expect this change in ourselves. Employees expect this change from their leaders. Our customers and partners expect this change from Microsoft. And the world demands this change.

This is not a one-time event. It will require real work and focus. We will listen and learn. We will take feedback and we will adjust. But it starts with each of us making a commitment to do the work, to help drive change, and to act with intention.

Satya
https://blogs.microsoft.com/blog/2020/06/23/addressing-racial-injustice/

#microsoft #ms #software #os #windows #programming #job #technology #whitelivesmatter #USA #America #civil #rights #protest #activism #activist #riot #freedom #blacklivesmatter #news #racial #racism #black #white #photo
(c) Photo: LE WEB PARIS, 2013. Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.
 
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'Burnley' - 'Manchester City': #white #lives #matter

[New York Daily News]


Associated Press
Jun 22, 2020

‘White Lives Matter’ plane banner overshadows Premier League game between Burnley and Manchester City



MANCHESTER, England

As the players of Manchester City and Burnley took a knee inside an empty Etihad Stadium in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, the sound of an aircraft could be heard overhead.

It had a very different message.
#soccer #football #sport #whitelivesmatter #USA #America #Trump #GB #UK #England #civil #rights #protest #activism #activist #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #Europe #racial #racism #black #white #photo
 
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On this day, 18 June 1984, the battle of Orgreave took place when striking miners faced off against thousands of police as they attempted to blockade the Orgreave coking plant in England.

The police showed the lengths they would go to to break the strike, with violent attacks, mass arrests and deliberate but fortunately unsuccessful attempts to fabricate evidence and frame miners. And the BBC reversed footage of miners defending themselves from police attacks to try to pretend police were attacked first.

Coal miners were on strike against a pit closure plan by the Conservative government.

Learn more about the dispute in this podcast series: https://workingclasshistory.com/tag/1984-5-miners-strike/


#history #miner #coal #police #orgreava #England #UK #BBC #media
#photo #art #photography #riot #protest
 
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‘Gone With the Wind’ Hits No. 1 on Amazon Best-Sellers Chart After HBO Max Drops Movie

Cowardice in action. The next station is “Pulp Fiction”(?)

Jun 10, 2020
By Todd Sprangler

“Gone With the Wind” zipped to the top of Amazon’s best-sellers sales chart for TV and movies, a day after WarnerMedia’s HBO Max pulled the movie for “racist depictions.”

Amazon bases its rankings on sales data. The site currently offers the 70th anniversary two-disc DVD edition of “Gone With the Wind” starting at $29.55, while Amazon Video offers the movie as a digital HD rental at $3.99 and for purchase at $9.99. (...)

Oscar-winning film “Gone With the Wind” was removed Tuesday from the HBO Max streaming service temporarily. WarnerMedia said it plans to return to the movie to the library, along with a discussion about the historical context for the 1939 movie and a “denouncement” of the movie’s racist stereotypes.

“’Gone With The Wind’ is a product of its time and depicts some of the ethnic and racial prejudices that have, unfortunately, been commonplace in American society,” an HBO Max spokesperson told Variety. “These racist depictions were wrong then and are wrong today, and we felt that to keep this title up without an explanation and a denouncement of those depictions would be irresponsible.”

“Gone With the Wind” stars Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Hattie McDaniel and Olivia de Havilland. The film, adapted from the 1936 novel by Margaret Mitchell, is described on Amazon.com’s website as “a classic epic of the American South,” set during the Civil War and the Reconstruction era.

The movie, produced by David O. Selznick, won eight competitive Oscars including best picture, best actress for Leigh, best director for Victor Fleming and best supporting actress for McDaniel, who was the first Black person to ever win an Academy Award. The American Film Institute ranks “Gone With the Wind” as the No. 4 best American movie of all time, after “Citizen Kane,” “Casablanca,” and “The Godfather.”
MORE: https://variety.com/2020/digital/uncategorized/gone-with-the-wind-amazon-best-seller-hbo-max-1234630577/

#USA #America #Trump #civil #rights #protest #activism #activist #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #photo #PulpFiction #movie #Hollywood #racial #racism #black #white
 
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Cowardice in action. The next station is "Pulp Fiction"(?)

Butch: You okay?

Marsellus: ...Nah, man. I'm pretty fucking far from okay.

The Wall Street Journal: "HBO Max Pulls ‘Gone With the Wind,’ While ‘Cops’ Gets Canceled".


Moves come as entertainment companies reassess their content amid nationwide protests over racial injustice and police brutality
By Joe Flint
June 10, 2020

“Gone with the Wind” was pulled from HBO Max while the long-running TV show “Cops” was outright canceled, a sign that entertainment companies are re-examining the content they offer in the wake of nationwide protests for racial justice and against police brutality.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/hbo-max-pulls-gone-with-the-wind-11591754904
#USA #America #Trump #civil #rights #protest #activism #activist #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #photo #PulpFiction #movie #Hollywood #racial #racism #lack #white

[WIKI]


Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epic historical romance film adapted from the 1936 novel by Margaret Mitchell. The film was produced by David O. Selznick of Selznick International Pictures and directed by Victor Fleming. Set in the American South against the backdrop of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction era, the film tells the story of Scarlett O'Hara, the strong-willed daughter of a Georgia plantation owner. It follows her romantic pursuit of Ashley Wilkes, who is married to his cousin, Melanie Hamilton, and her subsequent marriage to Rhett Butler. The leading roles are played by Vivien Leigh (Scarlett), Clark Gable (Rhett), Leslie Howard (Ashley), and Olivia de Havilland (Melanie).

The film received positive reviews upon its release in December 1939, although some reviewers found it overlong. The casting was widely praised, and many reviewers found Leigh especially suited to her role as Scarlett. At the 12th Academy Awards, it received ten Academy Awards (eight competitive, two honorary) from thirteen nominations, including wins for Best Picture, Best Director (Fleming), Best Adapted Screenplay (posthumously awarded to Sidney Howard), Best Actress (Leigh), and Best Supporting Actress (Hattie McDaniel, becoming the first African American to win an Academy Award). It set records for the total number of wins and nominations at the time.

Gone with the Wind was immensely popular when first released. It became the highest-earning film made up to that point, and held the record for over a quarter of a century. When adjusted for monetary inflation, it is still the highest-grossing film in history. It was re-released periodically throughout the 20th century and became ingrained in popular culture. The film is regarded as one of the greatest films of all time; it has placed in the top ten of the American Film Institute's list of the top 100 American films since the list's inception in 1998. In 1989, the United States Library of Congress selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.
 
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Urgent! Hot news: The brutal murder of the greatest Afro-Russian Poet!

The latest night of protests in New York City, Minneapolis, Denver, Phoenix and Columbus sparked by the death of the Great Afro-Russian Poet Alexander Pushkin at the hands of white rasist Georges d'Anthès was markedly calmer. Protesters destroy police property, tear a pages from his books and burn - to be blunt, all of them cannot read or write.

Festival and fireworks were dedicated to Pushkin's birthday, the 6th of June.

#PushkinMatter!


#USA #America #Trump #civil #rights #protest #activism #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #photo #Russia #afro- #poet #poetry #literature #book #joke #humor

P.S. "blacklivesmatter"… White lives NO?

 
Hi Fediverse 👋

to celebrate the beauty of Free/Libre and Open Source Software, let's start a series of related artwork, shall we? 🎨

And why not just use corresponding logos to create it? 🙃

Let's start with:
- #Mastodon
- #Riot / @matrix
- @freedomboxfndn

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend 🙂

#ff #mastoart #floss
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Sagt mal hat hat noch wer mit #Riot auf #Android Probleme Benachrichtigungen zu bekommen wenn diese in einem 1:1 Chat sind?
 
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Atlanta, yesterday

Seriously WTF is going on ? 2020 is wild !


#protest #riot #elmo #2020 #Atlanta #photo
#humor ?
 
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Dont bring your phones to protests, especially in Minnesota where they use Stingray Trackers and were last night.

If you own a twitter / facebook account, i don't, please share this information !


#Minneapolis #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd
#BlackLivesMatter #riot #protest #tech
#surveillance
 
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