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Trump’s TRUTH Social May Violate Terms of Open-Source Code It’s Built On

ISayWeOnlyToBePolite writes: The new social network founded by former President Trump may violate the terms of use of the software on which it is based. On Wednesday night, after Trump revealed the TRUTH social app, Twitter users began to note that the network appeared to be based on an open-source social networking software called Mastodon, which allows people to modify ... Read More »

Vinyl Is Selling So Well That It’s Getting Hard To Sell Vinyl

“Vinyl was nearly at death’s door not that long ago. After CDs came out, the predictions of vinyl’s demise were an every day occurrence,” writes Slashdot reader smooth wombat. “And for a time it looked like the vinyl record, something which had been around since the 1930s, would meet its end as so many other yesteryear products have. Except the ... Read More »

GPSD Bug Will Switch Your Time-Keeping Systems To March 2002 This Weekend, Unless You Update

“Apparently a bug in GPSD, the daemon responsible for deriving time from the GPS system, is going to trigger on October 24, 2021, jumping the time back to March of 2002,” writes Slashdot reader suutar. “There’s a fix that’s been committed since August, but of course not everything is up to date.” ZDNet’s Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols writes: This will be ... Read More »

PS3 Emulator Will Now Boot Every Game Ever Released On the Console

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Kotaku, written by Luke Plunkett: RPCS3, an emulator I’ve been writing about since 2016, but which first began in 2011, has come along way since it made its first tentative steps towards making PS3 games playable on a PC. From those humble beginnings, the team behind it have just announced a huge milestone: ... Read More »