Most of us can agree 2022 wasn’t a regular one, probably most of us were looking forward to its start, saying goodbye to the pandemic’s restrictions and looking to a new beginning.Continue reading “Wrapping up 2022”
About a week ago, I wrote a blog post about how I concluded that disabling comments on Youtube videos could be oppression of free speech.
My philosophy is that if you have the freedom and opportunity to express your opinions to the public, you should be open to receiving criticism and feedback. Preventing people from expressing their thoughts on that by using features like disabling commenting, is against freedom of speech.
This incident became a reason that I made Kament, a commenting platform for Youtube shipped as a browser extension that is enabling comments on videos when the commenting section is restricted. a tool to empower the public to express their voice, not affiliated with Youtube, or the publisher of the video, completely neutral, made to bring Free Speech back to Youtube.
Once you install the extension, you need to sign in with your Google account, and that’s it, whenever you open a video in which the comments are disabled, Kament.io will activate and allow you to post comments. You no longer need to take such discussions to platforms such as Reddit or Twitter, you can comment on the video, right there.
To get started and be up and running with Kament in less than 20 seconds, check https://kament.io .
If you support this idea, it would be great if you share it with your friends and follow our social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram.
Also, I would be more than happy to hear your comments and suggestions on this!
I am not really someone who engages himself in controversial discussions, debates, and internet battles, and I don’t think I’ll ever be. But this has never meant that I do not have an opinion about issues that are being discussed daily in public and on the internet.
A while back, I stumbled upon a Youtube video, an interview with someone whose beliefs and ideology about a subject was the opposite of the interviewer. The whole theme of the video was to attack the person in the interview. I listened to it thoroughly, with no bias toward the person being attacked. I rarely post Youtube comments, but this time it felt like I should give my opinion about the content and the issue that was being discussed.Continue reading “Disabling Youtube Comments is an Oppression of Free Speech”
I’ve done it again, super excited to work on my new pet project, I ran
dd command to test my new VPS I/O Speed and created a 1-gigabyte file in my repository folder, and somehow I accidentally committed that.
Unless you’re using a self-hosted git server with a large max upload, you’ll probably get an error trying to push your changes with this large file, since this file will be in git history for restoration purposes, simply removing it from the repository and doing another commit does not work.
To resolve this issue you can use
git filter-branch as below:
git filter-branch --force --index-filter \ 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch path/to/bigfile.data' \ --prune-empty --tag-name-filter cat -- --all
Replace the path with the location of the big file, you can then push your changes to your remote branch.
Around 5 years ago when I was still in Malaysia, I was at a company event at A’Famosa Resort in Malacca. The whole company and their families were invited to spend the weekend together, and enjoy the nice Malacca food, while our days were full of activities and games. one of those games that we played once was the infamous tug of war. I don’t even remember when was the last time I played that game as a child, anyhow even the most boring games could be fun when you’re playing them with friends and colleagues. but apparently, my long-trained programmer’s body was not strong enough to cope with me pulling a rope as hard as I could just to make my team win.Continue reading “First Surgery in Germany”