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Politiker wie Altmaier und Kubicki greifen nach jedem Strohhalm, um Antifaschismus und linke Politik als Bedrohung für den Rechtsstaat zu verunglimpfen.
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Category Archives: English
It took a while for me to digest the horrible news that Donald Trump has been elected to be the 45th President of the United States of America, but here we are. I sincerely hope the political system of the … Continue reading
“If you play the game of thrones, you win, or you die. There is no middle ground.” Ever since J.R.R. Tolkien invented modern High Fantasy over 60 years ago, the genre has become a bestseller staple — even though far … Continue reading
Not only Stephen King recommends to all aspiring and active authors that reading is, right after writing every day, the best course of action to become a master in their profession. But those who already have a passion for the … Continue reading
53.3%(!) of eligible voters in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are morons and/or fascists: 39% of deliberate non-voters who don’t care if blue-brown scum acts against any humanity or reason and is still fed with tax Euros, as well as 20.5% of AfD voters … Continue reading
Sometimes, I need to take a break from all that programming stuff, but I don’t really want to leave the computer. I’ve already read the whole internet (or at least its interesting parts), and they won’t build another one. So … Continue reading
Wikis have turned out to be one of the best means of documentation for open source projects. We at papaya CMS have been knowing this for quite a while — and now we’ve finally put the theory into practice. So … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Apache HTTP Server officially celebrated its 15th birthday, even though the “date of birth” has been chosen somewhat randomly, according to this (German) Heise Online article ;). I am happy that I have shared most of its life; … Continue reading
On Monday, October 26, 2009, it was finally done: The Cologne-based papaya Software company (where I’ve been working as a senior developer since 2007) has published the final release of version 5.0 of the open source content management system papaya … Continue reading