The species is the Saimaa ringed seal (Saimaannorppa), and the song in question is Vanhojapoikia viiksekkäitä by Juha Vainio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi99Bz_-_No
and what I said is recognized by local scientists as true: this song probably single-handedly saved the Saimaa ringed seal from extinction
@chjara the problem comes from this:
try to put it in the kernel and everyone will (probably rightfully) say that this doesn't belong in the kernel
try to put it in userspace and half of everyone will refuse to use it and fork all the OSes into new versions with this system surgically removed, because it was developed by the Bad Person/this is "against the UNIX philosophy"/it's too much like Windows/we didn't need this bloat back in 1865 (choose 1 at random)
@neauoire I've thought about this matter before, and I personally think this is just a matter of "inherent complexity" to put it that way: you have to put the complexity somewhere. Do you want to put it onto the user (simple software, complicated to use), or hide it inside the software (complex software, simple to use)?
@xerz I've done that before, accidentally leaving out the css bundle file from the static files directory, or other reverse proxy config errors that cause it to not be available for example
Or some kind of cache error
cryptocurrencybros: "man this new decentralized currency lets us finally be free of the control imposed on us by the global banking system!"
also cryptocurrencybros: *because of inefficiency, invents a system layered on top of their decentralized currency, where you delegate your ability to do payments to a node in the network you trust, who then performs actual transactions to other such nodes in bulk at the end of the day*
@lunch that's any uefi implementation if you load your own keys into it and remove the microsoft key
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