@StayGrounded_net I wouldn't compare those numbers per passenger, it's the number of flights we want to reduce!

PS: I'm completely with you that all those flights to space are a useless waste. But... a lot of the long-haul plane flights are also wasteful and far from necessary.

@VincentTunru random samples would work though - can we agree to use telemetry only with randomly sampled callbacks?

@alcinnz @aral W3C followed the Web, ever more a business infrastructure than a public good.

@arjen Yup, the Internet Archive has the page going back to 2005!

These goals are very much what I want to see from the web, even if I don't think they're satisifed now: web.archive.org/web/2005021523

"One of W3C's primary goals is to make these benefits available to all people, whatever their hardware, software, network infrastructure, native language, culture, geographical location, or physical or mental ability."

@AbbieNormal that's called the "Semantic Web" and has been around for many years without much success...

RT @ThePiHut@twitter.com

NEW! The Kiwix Pi4 hotspot kit! The pre-loaded SD card turns the Pi into a hotspot serving the entire contents of Wikipedia, Wiktionary and RPi StackExchange! Designed for people without online access - we think it's a pretty cool option for Preppers too! thepihut.com/products/kiwix-ra

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/ThePiHut/status/14

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