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YouTube-dl has received a DMCA - bleepingcomputer.com/news/software/youtube-dl-removed-from-github-after-riaa-dmca-notice/

T-Mobile screwups caused nationwide outage, but FCC isn’t punishing carrier - arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2020/10/fcc-not-punishing-t-mobile-for-outage-that-ajit-pai-called-unacceptable/

The fastest and easiest way to check, copy and edit CSS - cssspider.fresalabs.com/

TwitGrid - github.com/nuket/TwitGrid

Ethereum set to become first blockchain to settle $1 trillion in one year - cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-set-to-become-first-blockchain-to-settle-1-trillion-in-one-year

700 leading economists, including 7 Nobel winners, urge US voters to reject Trump - businessinsider.com/trump-election-day-economists-biden-economy-growth-gdp-2020-10

Snowden is now a permanent Russian resident - fudzilla.com/news/51753-snowden-is-now-a-permanent-russian-resident

Binwalk: Firmware Analysis Tool - github.com/ReFirmLabs/binwalk

Binary Ninja v2.2 - binary.ninja/2020/10/22/2.2-release.html

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DMCA request - github.com/github/dmca/commit/f3feb29111333c6fb5614f126b11eb5a71b08e82

YouTube-dl forked the DMCA (lol) - github.com/youtube-dl2/youtube-dl (origin github.com/github/dmca/tree/416da574ec0df3388f652e44f7fe71b1e3a4701f0)

Gitlab mirror - gitlab.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl

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GitHub Warns Users Reposting YouTube-DL They Could Be Banned - torrentfreak.com/github-warns-users-reposting-youtube-dl-they-could-be-banned-201102/

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pasting the whole shit, as his server cant handle the requests.

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The entire source code for the code hosting service used by developers, GitHub.com, has just been leaked to the public.

In a suspicious commit to the official GitHub DMCA repository, an unknown individual uploaded the confidential source code, impersonating Nat Friedman using a bug in GitHub's application.

At the heart of open-source, GitHub has long been criticised for keeping its source code private. The platform hosts millions of open-source projects, and critics say GitHub's position is somewhat hypocritical.

However, this raises questions around the security of GitHub's source code, and whether or not GitHub have anything to lose, if they do plan to release the source code in a public setting.

Some worry this will damage the overall security of GitHub, and this may be true. Commonly, closed-source applications perform "security by obscurity". This means the source code is hidden, with the intention of concealing security risks.

Since Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub in 2018, Microsoft have repeatedly emphasised their "love" for open-source. We have seen this through repeated commercial advertisements, which aim to place Microsoft at the forefront of open-source development.

Some users, such as Drew DeVault, suggest Microsoft is attempting to centralise open-source. Through closed-source applications, and proprietary extensions to Git, GitHub is seen as a platform that tries to contain open-source. An example of this is when GitHub went offline for two hours, leaving thousands of open-source projects inaccessible and unusable.

GitHub is, in many ways, the Google of open-source development.

Perhaps GitHub as 12 years late in finally revealing their source code to the public; and maybe this is just what we need. What do you think?

 

src - resynth1943.net/articles/github-source-code-leak/

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If anyone is looking for it, the GitHub source was uploaded to anonfiles with a filename containing the commit hash.

Wont post it here for obvious reasons/rules etc. but it's not hard to find for those interested. 

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