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  1. Comment on Github is sinking in ~comp

    yarmo
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    Yeah, it kinda is =D again, lesson learned, no writing when frustrated!

    It's actually kind of funny when you read the two parts I quoted side-by-side

    Yeah, it kinda is =D again, lesson learned, no writing when frustrated!

    1 vote
  2. Comment on Github is sinking in ~comp

    yarmo
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    Except there's more to Update 3 than that. It's a little disingenuous to quote the first paragraph where I basically apologize for the lack of reasoning in my original post and then leave out the...

    Except there's more to Update 3 than that. It's a little disingenuous to quote the first paragraph where I basically apologize for the lack of reasoning in my original post and then leave out the actual argumentation of the update.

    Should I have taken more time before posting? Yes, lesson learned :) But I wouldn't have made the update if "there's nothing to see".

  3. Comment on No to .io, yes to .xyz! in ~tech

    yarmo
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    There are too many, but isn't that nice? To some degree, the extension doesn't matter. If I dislike the color blue, I obviously wouldn't call my domain blue. But if don't mind blue, and my website...

    charge foreign entities twice the price

    There are too many, but isn't that nice? To some degree, the extension doesn't matter. If I dislike the color blue, I obviously wouldn't call my domain blue. But if don't mind blue, and my website was yarmo.blue, would that be a reason to not visit? It's a little personal touch, a little "fun" we miss on the internet nowadays

    3 votes
  4. Comment on No to .io, yes to .xyz! in ~tech

    yarmo
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    Really sounds post hoc ^_^ but indeed, a cool mission!

    Really sounds post hoc ^_^ but indeed, a cool mission!

    2 votes
  5. Comment on No to .io, yes to .xyz! in ~tech

    yarmo
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    Thanks for the comment :) Lazy criticism I got, I learned my lesson. I do think the historical argument is weak to some, strong to others. It is strong to me, knowing my money goes to an...

    Thanks for the comment :) Lazy criticism I got, I learned my lesson.

    I do think the historical argument is weak to some, strong to others. It is strong to me, knowing my money goes to an oppressor. But again, others (many others!) seem to ignore such historical events, so be it!

    With regards to .xyz, I put too much emphasis on it instead of gTLDs in general, which hopefully I somewhat mitigated with update 2.

    5 votes
  6. Comment on No to .io, yes to .xyz! in ~tech

    yarmo
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    Hi, indeed I am, just got an invite today :) Thanks for sharing my post, means a lot to me!

    Hi, indeed I am, just got an invite today :) Thanks for sharing my post, means a lot to me!

    9 votes
  7. Comment on No to .io, yes to .xyz! in ~tech

    yarmo
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    Perhaps, the fact .xyz has no meaning is the exact reason why people use it :)

    Perhaps, the fact .xyz has no meaning is the exact reason why people use it :)

    18 votes