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@parleur la vallée du consumérisme et de la mort, sort de là tout de suite.

@PhieLaidMignon ah, mais c'est parce que c'est une parodie. Le mec à gauche est spécialiste en spécialité

@panais ça va, tu me décroches un sourire un sourire ce matin avec tes pouets et ceux qui suivent ☺️

Friends of the #fediverse. Lots of changes coming to the #Thunderbird #email client in the next three months. Would love if you could all grab the Daily or Beta release and let me know thoughts and concerns as you watch the changes roll in.

Go to the bottom of site to choose version:

thunderbird.net

Feel free to ping me with your experience!

@DawnPaladin me too (re: email triage features - my inbox is insane). Here's the big stuff for the 102 release: typefully.com/mozthunderbird/m

And then, beyond that, we have a major update to the UI/UX coming, where we intend to provide some powerful triaging features.

It's symbolic. Eras don't end in a single day. de.icio.us, and "tag clouds" and "folksonomies" died earlier. Google Maps allowed mashups for a few more years. Flickr lips along. But when Google Reader has been shut down, it was a wake-up call that corporations don't support open APIs out of their good heart, and the Web won't be XHTML+AJAX.

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Also in 2013 when the Web 2.0 has ended:

• MyOpenID, the biggest OpenID provider has shut down their API (took VC funding, focused on adtech surveilance). Mozilla Persona died next year.

• Twitter closed their freely accessible v1 API, crippling or destroying open apps and the social backbone of mashups.

• Nokia and Blackberry were dying. Smartphones were booming. iOS7 launched. Android 4 became actually decent. Apps were all the rage.

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Also in 2013 when the Web 2.0 has ended:

• Google's Schmidt said "don't be evil" was "the stupidest rule ever". The actual motto back then was a monetization-centric "You can make money without doing evil".

• Google Talk dropped XMPP federation, and Hangouts dropped it entirely.

• Google pushed W3C to take their "HTML5" API for launching secret DRM plugins.

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Can we agree that Web 2.0 has ended on the 1st of July 2013?

That's when Google Reader shut down. It was a symbolic death of RSS, and it deflated enthusiasm in syndication and open APIs.

Death of RSS was the final blow for XML, and with this the last dreams of namespaced data mashups of Semantic Web died too. That year JSON became an ECMA standard. Access-controlled JSON-over-HTTP eventually replaced public/scraped XML/microformats.

There's more:

ah bah c'est revenu après avoir râlé sur masto.

WTF

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Ok, ma molette de souris navigue dans historique de l'onglet au lieu de défiler dans la page. WTF.
Comme ça, pendant que j'étais en train tranquillement de me connecter à mon téléphone via ADB en réseau.

WTF

@cybergrunge ou mourir noyé, ça dépend de là où ils habitent :troll:

@parleur ah ça j'en sais rien. Je ne sais pas lire, ça résout pas mal de problème que tu sembles avoir 😂

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