Ah yes, Googles screwing with the open source community once again.
Basically this byuu dudes site has a big warning now because his new software posted has "uncommon downloads". Like yeah no sh*t, it was just released.
Doesn't seem to matter if the file has no virustotal issues or anything...
I think dissenter would work on netflix as it, unless it doesn't change the url when you click on a movie or something. Also apparently gabs opened the registrations so dissenters a bit more active now I noticed.
Thought this was pretty interesting, the makers of that Gab site (free speech twitter clone) recently released a beta browser extension called "dissenter" that basically adds a popup comment section on any website.
Doesn't seem too bad but you need an invite code to make a gab account now...
I've just archived everything together now including the entire email html (with links updated to use local files)
It's about 4.16GB though all up which is too big for the hosting plan I'm with on my website, so maybe I could put a torrent together?
Sure thing, one thing I'm wondering is the one use license key thing. I've formatted the raspberry pi I installed it on years ago since then. Can the key still be used despite the site saying it's a single use key? Or is there an online check? I really didn't use exagear much.