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I recently created a new Github Account but probably there is some issue with my account. Whenever I am creating a issue on any repo either by web or cli. It shows that issue is created and actually it is shown as created in my recent activity tab if I am loggined. But If I pull up a incognito tab and Enter issues URL there it shows page not found. What is actual issue (do I need any verification?) And how to solve it?

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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/15631092

"That means Voters for Responsive Government, which was formed as a political action committee in April, must have taken in all of the donations fueling its multi-million dollar campaign against Jayapal in the three weeks before the election – past the April 30 deadline that would have required the group to disclose its backers before Oregon’s May 21 primary."

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Wir wollen die Anarchie. Wir wollen Freiheit und Autonomie für alle ohne Herrschaft und Grenzen. Wir wollen die Umwälzung des Bestehenden. Wir wollen die soziale Revolution.

Daran hat sich seit dem letzten ACAT-Treffen nichts geändert. Letztes Jahr sind unter anderem folgende Fragen dort diskutiert worden: Die Frage ob spezifische Kämpfe heute immer noch ihre Gültigkeit haben bzw. ob sie notwendiger denn je wären, inwiefern wir angesichts dystopischer Zustände in soziale Kämpfe intervenieren wollen und wie, die Vereinnahmung antiautoritärer Kämpfe durch Autoritäre (am Beispiel der Appelist*innen in der ZAD in Nantes, Frankreich), über die digitale Einhegung und den Widerstand dagegen (am Beispiel des Gefährten Boris in Frankreich und die anhaltenden Kämpfe gegen das sich global ausbreitende digitale Freiluftgefängnis dort), die Geschichte der aufständischen Methode im Anarchismus, Krieg, und das Patriarchat in seiner techno-industriellen Form. [Die Diskussionstexte vom letzten Jahr findest du hier]

Dieses Jahr wollen wir wieder zusammenkommen, um aufeinander zu treffen und ohne Bildschirme zwischen uns in Austausch zu treten. Wir wollen diskutieren. In großen und kleinen Gruppen, mit neuen Gesichtern und alten Bekannten. Mit der Erfahrung vom letzten Jahr, haben wir uns entschieden, die Diskussionen auf drei Thementage mit jeweils zwei Diskussionen pro Tag zu beschränken. (Spontane Diskussionen können natürlich jederzeit wieder gestartet werden).

Die Themen werden die folgenden sein:

  • Internationale Solidarität
  • Extraktivismus
  • Krieg

Das Treffen findet vom 30. Mai bis zum 2. Juni im Hambacher Forst statt. Die Diskussionstage sind Freitag, Samstag, und Sonntag. Anreisetage sind Mittwoch der 29. und Donnerstag der 30. und Abreisetag ist Montag der 3. Juni.

Bringt eure Distros!

Für Verpflegung wird gesorgt. Zelte, Schlafsäcke und Matten müssen mitgebracht werden. Menschen, die nicht im Zelt schlafen wollen, meldet euch bitte, wir werden Alternativen (die auch kein Klettern beinhalten) organisieren, diese werden aber von der Anzahl her begrenzt sein und zuerst an Leute gehen, die diese brauchen, um am Treffen teilhaben zu können.

Um uns zu kontaktieren oder wenn ihr Fragen habt, kontaktiert uns unter:

acat [äd] supernormal.net pgp-key hier

Ein detailliertes Programm, sowie Details zur Anreise und weitere Infos folgen Anfang Mai auf unserem Blog https://acat.noblogs.org/

Willkommen sind alle Anarchistinnen, alle wilden Herzen, freien Geister, Subversive und Rebellinnen, die sich in dieser Einladung wiedererkennen.

Nichtsdestotrotz – und mit der Erfahrung vom letzten Jahr und anderen Treffen – wollen wir dieses Jahr einen kleinen Disclaimer beifügen, wer sich überlegen sollte, ob er*sie wirklich kommen will:

  • Leute, die moderierte Diskussionen, Redner*innenlisten und andere sozialkybernetische Modalitäten erwarten. Ihr könnt euch gerne für Kleingruppendiskussionen so frei assoziieren, aber die meisten Diskussionen werden nicht so geführt werden.

  • Leute, die erwarten, dass es bei einem Diskussionstreffen ein Awareness-Team gibt, weisen wir im Vorhinein darauf hin, dass es keines geben wird.

  • Leute, die Party und Konsum erwarten. Es gibt genug Möglichkeiten dafür, ein Diskussionstreffen und der Wald sind vielleicht einfach nicht der Rahmen.

  • Leute, die im Bezug auf die Kriegsfrage, die Einreihung von Anarchistinnen unter der ein oder andern (proto)-staatlichen Formation befürworten bzw. andere Anarchistinnen (moralisch) dazu drängen wollen für diesen oder jenen Staat Partei zu ergreifen (und zu kämpfen), bitte bleibt dem Treffen fern.

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I am searching for a job and require my phone number to be included on my resume. Is there a service available in the EU (excluding the UK) that can provide this.

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Edit: I'm pretty sure that I made a mistake here, in that I tried to use my main credentials to sign in and transfer, but I actually bought the lifetime on a different account. The likelihood that I confused myself with my paranoia is likely high.

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Hello! so my roommate is a SPED teacher. The school changed how SPED works to be identical to standard education at the expense of the 6th 7th and 8th graders that have mental disabilities. because of office politics and "Test Scores", all SPED teachers got assigned a subject based on "who would make the best test scores" and she (suspiciously) got the short end of the stick. she also got assigned a repurposed office room no larger than small bedroom with no windows.

what can she do to possibly deal with or go around the internal politics? if not, how could she change the room itself to make it at least tolerable?

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The person on the left is carrying bags, the one in orange is a delivery driver and a couple of people are wearing backpacks. Aside from car brained, Damaris is also blind.

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spoiler“He’s doomed to not be loved!”

Never was there a more clear-cut case of “commentator’s curse” than when Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was inaugurated on a sunny Kyiv day exactly five years ago.

The TV narrator’s inference was that, after a landslide election victory with 73% of the vote, it could only go downhill for him.

While his approval ratings have inevitably waned, Volodymyr Zelensky has been able to use his enduring appeal, along with a desire for stability, to extend his term in office.

In peacetime it would have expired, and an election would have been called. But the martial law brought in with Russia’s full-scale invasion means that can’t happen, and there’s broad public support for that too.

“For the Ukrainians, the priority is to win the war and then have an election,” explains Anton Hrushetskyi, the head of Kyiv’s International Institute of Sociology.

“Therefore, they don’t question the legitimacy of Zelensky.”

Moscow, unsurprisingly, has done just that. But it would also jump on a mid-war election where Ukraine’s wartime leader would be heavily scrutinised.

“We see these narratives from Russia and how it tries to impose on Western minds the thought that Ukraine is not a democracy,” explains Anton.

After a high of 90% following the full-scale invasion, today around 65% of Ukrainians still trust President Zelensky to guide them through these times.

There are also immense practical hurdles with a potential election, not least with Russia occupying a fifth of the country and at least seven million Ukrainians being forced to live abroad. There are also hundreds of thousands of soldiers fighting on the front line.

“There is no alternative president,” states the renowned Ukrainian author Andriy Kurkov.

Only a few months ago Ukraine’s then-head of the armed forces Valeriy Zaluzhny was touted as a potential rival to Mr Zelensky. However, after being sacked and appointed as the country’s ambassador to the UK, he’s stayed quiet on the political front, for now.

“To become president in a show business manner and then find yourself in the middle of a war, there is nothing easy or funny about it,” says Andriy.

Back in 2022, after the Russians invaded Ukraine, the author likened Ukraine’s leader to James Bond when he turned down offers to evacuate and championed his country’s cause. So, does he feel the same now?

“He looks like a very tired James Bond,” says Andriy. “Much older, and a bit grumpy.”

“Even if we had elections tomorrow, it will be Zelensky again. Only at the end of the war will attitudes change and will people ask questions they’ve been saving for peacetime.”

Andriy believes the president’s continued support is fuelled by a desire for stability, despite some frustrations.

Watching old footage of Mr Zelenksy being sworn in is like viewing a different Ukraine. The comedian-turned-president looks fresher faced. He enthusiastically greets crowds and even jumps to kiss a man on the forehead.

No stubble, no stern expression, just an excited grin. You also don’t see people cheer any more.

“It was a very exciting day,” admits Oleksandr Danyluk who was in the new president’s team. He’d go on to be secretary of the National Security and Defence Council before leaving a year later to become an opponent of his former boss.

“None of us knew what was ahead. We didn’t have the slightest idea.”

Mr Danyluk’s political differences with the president started to mount. One of them centred on how best to combat Russia’s aggression towards Ukraine.

The president believed he could sit with Vladimir Putin and negotiate. Mr Danyluk now claims he felt the country should have been preparing for an unavoidable war.

“We should have readied ourselves much better, but those early years were lost after the full-scale invasion, right?” says Mr Danyluk, who concedes there are few better at building international support for Ukraine.

“President Zelensky will lead this war one way or another, whether somebody likes it or not, whether he likes it or not, that’s his destiny.”

Last year, President Zelensky said it was “irresponsible” to talk about elections and called for unity. Most in the country seem to agree.

The time for a political reckoning will come. Just, it seems, not now.

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Video of fetus in disembodied womb required viewing for students in two states, as classroom becomes latest front in post-Roe abortion wars

Awash in soft, peach-colored light, the infant yawns, sticks her thumb in her mouth and flutters her eyes at the camera. As the camera pulls away from her, an umbilical cord and the fleshy tunnel surrounding the infant comes into focus. This isn’t a newborn baby: it’s a fetus in a disembodied womb.

“This is Olivia,” a British female voice narrates. “Though she has yet to greet the outside world, she has already completed an amazing journey.”

Say hello to “Meet Baby Olivia”, an animated video made by an American anti-abortion group that purports to depict humans’ embryonic and fetal development in an alleged effort to convert young people to the anti-abortion cause. The video – or something very close to it – will be required viewing for public school students in two states, with several more potentially on the way.

Last year, North Dakota became the first state in the nation to pass a law mandating that schools screen “Meet Baby Olivia” or a similar video. This year, Tennessee enacted its own “Meet Baby Olivia” law, requiring that “Meet Baby Olivia” or something like it be shown as part of schools’ sex education curriculum.

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A 70-year-old Alaska man who was attempting to take photos of two newborn moose calves was attacked and killed by their mother, authorities said Monday.

The man killed Sunday was identified as Dale Chorman of Homer, said Austin McDaniel, a spokesperson for the Alaska Department of Public Safety.

The female moose had recently given birth to the calves in Homer.

“As they were walking through the brush looking for the moose, that’s when the cow moose attacked Dale,” McDaniel said.

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