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  1. Jan 2024
  2. Dec 2023
    1. A GNU Emacs major mode for convenient plain text markup — and much more. Org mode is for keeping notes, maintaining to-do lists, planning projects, authoring documents, computational notebooks, literate programming and more — in a fast and effective plain text system.

      A note taking tool discussed by [[Bastien Guerry]] at I Annotate 2021.

  3. Oct 2023
    1. rganized themselves across various venues and adapted their strategies to create and shape political opportunities.They have been able to constrain the choices available to politically active men and advocate for their own rights and interests
    2. times of constitutional reform, changes in power between political parties, or revolutionary periods
    3. women's movements have historically advanced their interests by taking advantage of certain political opportunities.
    4. end to use less protest as a tactic compared to other social movements, and that their political opportunities may be structured differently due to their goals and their position within institutions.
    5. discursive struggle, which involves shaping and controlling political discourse concerning women to influence public policy.
    6. relying on the resources and support provided by these organizations.Feminists may choose to focus on campaigns and struggles
    7. individual actions, collective actions, and organizations focused on women's rights or broader human rights issues.
  4. May 2023
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  8. Sep 2022
      • are there any keys? in Terminal: gpg -- list-keys
      • can Emacs see them? M-x epa-list-keys
      • M-x customize auto-save-default – change to nil
      • M-x customize org-crypt-key – enter Key
      • put Point on any Headline and enter: M-x org-encrypt-entry (enter Passphrase when required)
      • M-x org-decrypt-entry
  9. Aug 2022
    1. The more community members are free to gain governance power and influence the protocol, the easier it is for attackers to use that same mechanism to make malicious changes. 

      indistinguishability problem and premissionless voting

  10. May 2022
    1. ORCID est structuré conformément à la norme ISNI et les deux organisations ont signé un accord pour asseoir et améliorer leur interopérabilité. Ainsi, ORCID utilise l’ISNI pour l’identification des institutions auxquelles les chercheurs sont affiliés.
  11. Oct 2021
    1. To use this, create the following bookmarklet in your browser:

      ** For roam-ref

    2. This protocol finds or creates a new note with a given ROAM_REFS:

      Protocol 2!

    3. To enable Org-roam’s protocol extensions, simply add the following to your init file:
    4. To test that you have the handler setup and registered properly from the command line you can run:
    5. For users that prefer using a side-window for the org-roam buffer, the following example configuration should provide a good starting point:
    6. org-roam-buffer-display-dedicated: Launch an Org-roam buffer for a specific node without visiting its file. Unlike org-roam-buffer-toggle you can have multiple such buffers and their content won’t be automatically replaced with a new node at point.
    7. org-roam-buffer-toggle: Launch an Org-roam buffer that tracks the node currently at point. This means that the content of the buffer changes as the point is moved, if necessary.
  12. Sep 2021
  13. Aug 2020
    1. For robust NAT traversal, you need the following ingredients: A UDP-based protocol to augment Direct access to a socket in your program A communication side channel with your peers A couple of STUN servers A network of fallback relays (optional, but highly recommended) Then, you need to: Enumerate all the ip:ports for your socket on your directly connected interfaces Query STUN servers to discover WAN ip:ports and the “difficulty” of your NAT, if any Try using the port mapping protocols to find more WAN ip:ports Check for NAT64 and discover a WAN ip:port through that as well, if applicable Exchange all those ip:ports with your peer through your side channel, along with some cryptographic keys to secure everything. Begin communicating with your peer through fallback relays (optional, for quick connection establishment) Probe all of your peer’s ip:ports for connectivity and if necessary/desired, also execute birthday attacks to get through harder NATs As you discover connectivity paths that are better than the one you’re currently using, transparently upgrade away from the previous paths. If the active path stops working, downgrade as needed to maintain connectivity. Make sure everything is encrypted and authenticated end-to-end.

      Summary of NAT Traversal technics: What to do to ensure NAT traversal and in which order.

  14. May 2020
    1. First things first, I am new to emacs and the eco system so there are packages I’m not aware of.

      emacs is pretty much an operating system. This makes it infinitely configurable and hard for new comers to grok.

  15. Apr 2020
    1. We are a strategic discovery, design and development lab working to transition society in response to technological revolution and climate breakdown.

      Seem interesting and progressive. Very elegant website etc 😉

    1. EIT Climate-KIC is a Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC), working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy. Supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, we identify and support innovation that helps society mitigate and adapt to climate change. We believe that a decarbonised, sustainable economy is not only necessary to prevent catastrophic climate change, but presents a wealth of opportunities for business and society.

      would be interesting to understand more about their budget, philosophy and approach.

    1. About InfluenceMap InfluenceMap empowers investors, corporations, the media and campaigners with data-driven and clearly communicated analysis on critical issues associated with climate change and the energy transition. Our flagship platform is the world's leading analysis of how companies and trade associations impact climate-motivated policy globally.
  16. Mar 2020
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  18. May 2019
  19. develop.spacemacs.org develop.spacemacs.org
    1. Set the layer variable org-projectile-file to the filename where you want to store project-specific TODOs. If this is an absolute path, all todos will be stored in the same file (organized by project), whereas if it is just a single filename, todos will be stored in each project root. (setq-default dotspacemacs-configuration-layers '((org :variables org-projectile-file "TODOs.org")))

      could use dir_locals to set it per project?

  20. Nov 2018
    1. Beamer

      Another point worth mention, you must have beamer package installed in your texmf tree or if you use linux or macOS, install beamer separately. None of these commands or options will work if beamer itself is not installed. These tutorials are useless if they do not mention these things.

    2. nsert the defaul

      This information is wrong or outdated. The way to insert a default org-exporter is to do M-x-org-export-default and select default when they present for options.

  21. Apr 2018
    1. Reveal lots of entries nearby when unhiding an entry.

      I probably dont want this

  22. May 2017
    1. We want to end gender inequality, and to do this, we need everyone involved

      This is also ethos because she uses the word 'we' again to show us that there is more than one person working on this problem.

    2. We want to try and make sure that it’s tangible.

      Emma wants you to trust her with this issue, so she is using words such as 'we' and 'make sure' to gain her audience's trust that she'll help this issue.

  23. Apr 2017
    1. opml2json A simple tool to convert opml files exported by Mindnode Pro to JSON consumable by D3 Javascript library.
  24. Sep 2016
    1. First, according to Trumbull, Olson underestimates diffuse groups’ ability to develop compelling narratives about how they serve the public interest. In fact, weak, diffuse groups have a paradoxical political advantage: precisely because they are weak and diffuse, the public sees them as less self-interested and thus comparatively trustworthy. Second, Olson also underestimates the power of ideological motivation, rather than just money and concentration, to spur activism. Third, “diffuse interests can be represented without mobilization,” thanks to activism by politicians and government officials who take up their cause. (FDR started a federal pension program at a time when “retirees,” as a self-identified social class, did not yet exist. The program created the constituency, rather than the other way around.) Fourth, weak or diffuse interests can link up with concentrated groups to amplify their effectiveness, as when consumers align with exporters to oppose trade protections or when free-speech advocates join with political parties to oppose campaign-finance limits.
  25. Oct 2015