caos, to random German

@taz@pod.geraspora.de:> Long Covid und Armutsgefährdung

Am Überleben arbeiten

Von David Muschenich

Armut isoliert Menschen – Long Covid auch. Besuch bei Melanie Zeiske und Daniela Bock, die als erschöpfte Betroffene mit der Bürokratie kämpfen.

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Schwerpunkt: Lesestück Recherche und Reportage
Schwerpunkt: Coronavirus

GetMisch, to Theatre
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JimsPhotos, to nature
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derpepe, to random
jeffjarvis, to random
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Not just high-risk patients but sane people. This is so wrong... (Thank you, WaPo, for making this article free)
High-risk patients alarmed by CDC’s plan to ease covid isolation guidance https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2024/02/17/cdc-covid-isolation-vulnerable-sick-leave/

CindyWeinstein,
@CindyWeinstein@zirk.us avatar

@jeffjarvis. This is cruelty and insanity. Cruelty in refusing to take any measures to protect the many people who are immunocompromised. Insanity in refusing to acknowledge the many diseases that are linked with , whether that is OVID, disease, , and more.

https://covid19.nih.gov/news-and-stories/rapid-progression-dementia-following-covid-19

photo, to nature
Skembear, to random
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Hundreds of doctors to sue NHS because government PPE failings gave them Long Covid | Vox Political
https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2024/01/27/hundreds-of-doctors-to-sue-nhs-because-government-ppe-failings-gave-them-long-covid/

Health Service Protective Equipment Sivier Political

radiophobicsherkpop, to ElectronicMusic
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I've put my three randomish ambient fog tunes, rainfog, freezefog and glowfog into a playlist for your convenience.

fog - one hour, forty seven minutes and one second of atmospheric order from chaos

fog

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offby1, to androiddev
@offby1@wandering.shop avatar

I have a stupid #docker #compose question: If I want to have a service whose purpose is to start up and pre-stage for other services, and then go away… what’s the best way to do that?

LucidDan,
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@offby1 I think you want the long syntax of depends_on https://docs.docker.com/compose/compose-file/05-services/#long-syntax-1

Something like:

services:  
 prestage:  
 image: bash:latest  
 restart: "no"  
 command: |  
 sleep 10 && echo 'we are prestaging'  
 mainapp:  
 image: postgres:latest  
 restart: unless-stopped  
 environment:  
 POSTGRES_PASSWORD: verysecure  
 depends_on:  
 prestage:  
 condition: service_completed_successfully  
 required: true  
 restart: true  
ScottLucas, to Russia
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walden, (edited ) to homeassistant in Home Assistant 2023.12: Welcome home!

I took their recommendation and removed “purge_keep_days: xx” from my config. For the one thing that I’m interested in keeping data for an extended time, it defaulted to 10 days and deleted all of my old data.

Looking into it further, I had to edit that particular sensor and add “state_class: xx” (measurement, total, or total_increasing) as described here to get long term statistics working.

Time will tell, but hopefully I can start collecting more data. I’m bummed I lost my nice long term graph, but in the end maybe this will be better.

Edit: Now I’m on a tear going through all of my custom sensors and making sure they have a state_class associated with them. I’m learning that in some cases, I can configure them through the UI as a helper instead of in YAML.

cdarwin, to random
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Destroying Hamas is a political objective, not a military one.
Even if Israel claims success after assassinating senior Hamas figures, destroying their arsenal and tunnels, and dismantling their administration, they have not said what they will do the day after “victory”.
The Gaza strip will still be there, albeit mostly in ruins. The population who survive the war will still be there, mourning new losses of loved ones and their homes. And the poverty and other deprivations that fed Hamas will only have intensified.
The national rage, the massing of military might, looked disturbingly familiar to US president Joe Biden, who warned Israel last week:
“Justice must be done. But I caution this – while you feel that rage, don’t be consumed by it. After 9/11, we were enraged in the United States. While we sought justice and got justice, we also made mistakes.”

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/oct/22/peacekeepers-fatah-or-anarchy-what-would-follow-an-israeli-victory-in-gaza

cdarwin,
@cdarwin@c.im avatar

Even if the could be pressured or bribed into considering taking control, it is far from clear if they would be accepted, or able to do it.

A government installed by the Israeli military would not be seen as legitimate.

The are already widely resented in the for their weakness in the face of Israeli authorities, for being inefficient, unrepresentative and riddled with corruption.

And though the majority of Gazans were not old enough to vote when lost elections to in 2007, there is no reason to think they have become more popular.

The only idea floated by Israeli politicians and officers for Gaza’s future, an force, seems rooted more in wishful thinking than reality.
“It seems that the war is going to be very, very and we have to take into account the , the risk of conflict into the wider region, the of support and the question to whom we are going to pass in Gaza – for example if we have to pass it potentially to some Arab-led force,” said former prime minister Ehud .

themaskerscomic, to random
@themaskerscomic@forall.social avatar

Apparently according to the WHO infection control should be based one ones values and preferences (I guess whether you prefer to infect your patient while wearing a more comfortable ineffective mask like a surgical aka medical masks or whether you prefer to not infect them by using a respirator mask better able to reduce airborne spread diseases).

https://iris.who.int/bitstream/handle/10665/373269/WHO-2019-nCoV-IPC-guideline-2023.3-eng.pdf?sequence=1

COVID

CumBroth, to selfhosted in Trouble moving a container and its data to another server
@CumBroth@discuss.tchncs.de avatar

As others have already mentioned, you are probably correct that it’s a permission error. You could follow the already posted advice to use tools that maintain permissions like rsync, but fixing this botched backup manually could help you learn how to deal with permissions and that’s a rather fundamental concept that anyone selfhosting would benefit from understanding.

If you decide to do this, I would recommend reading up on the concept of user and group permissions on linux and the commands that allow you to inspect ownership and permissions of directories and files as well as the UID and GID of users. Next step would be to understand how Docker handles permissions for mapped directories. You can get a few pointers from this short explanation by LSIO: docs.linuxserver.io/…/understanding-puid-and-pgid. Bear in mind that this is not a Docker standard, but something specific to LSIO Docker images. See also docs.docker.com/compose/…/05-services/-synta…. This can also be set when using docker run by using the –user flag.

Logs can also help pinpoint the cause of the issue. The default docker compose setup in Tandoor’s docs sets up several containers, one of which acts as a database (db_recipes based on postgres:15-alpine). Inspect that in real time using docker logs -f db_recipes to see the exact errors.

EighthLayer, to TheWalkingDead
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How did get to France?! Let’s find out!

harrybo93,
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@EighthLayer @Jackthelad To be honest, when it comes to the walking dead I’ve come to expect that they’ll try anything…

digbick, to random
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I'm always self-conscious showing more skin...

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digbick,
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These are my favourite and it turns out they don't make them anymore 🥺 They're , they're somewhat (so my thighs don't chafe), they have a (obviously) and they're just so very ... Can anyone recommend similar ones?

Die_Primel, to LosAngeles
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Retrööt @NWSLosAngeles:
"Flash Flood Warning including Los Angeles CA, Long Beach CA and Glendale CA until 7:45 PM PDT"
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jikblog, to science

To: scifri@sciencefriday.com
Subject: COVID misinformation

I was pretty appalled by the misinformation and gaps in your discussions about COVID in your most recent episode. For example:

Your program implied that only “high-risk” people need to be worried about contracting Long COVID. In fact, the odds of even the most healthy person ending up with Long COVID after an infection are higher than 10% (exactly how much higher is not clear), and for some populations the odds of contracting Long COVID after infection are close to 50%. The odds of long-term disability resulting from COVID infection are an order of magnitude higher than with the flu, which makes the analogy to the flu that was drawn in this episode completely misleading and inappropriate.

At no point did you mention or even imply that every time someone catches COVID is a new role of the dice vis a vis Long COVID. People don’t have a 10% or 20% or 50% chance of acquiring Long COVID overall, they have that chance each time they’re infected. Not only that, but the data suggests that the odds of permanent disability actually increase with each infection, which is not at all surprising given what we now know about the impacts that COVID has on the body.

You implied that being vaccinated is highly protective against Long COVID. The best data we have now indicates that at best being vaccinated reduces the odds of acquiring Long COVID by about 35%. And to be clear, the numbers I mentioned above, i.e., minimum 10% risk of Long COVID and maximum 50% risk, already take into account vaccination.

You implied that people with severe cases of COVID are more likely to end up with Long COVID. Not only is this not true, but there’s substantial evidence at this point that people who have only a mild infection are more likely to end up with Long COVID. The exact mechanism of this is not yet determined, but one likely theory is that people who resume normal activity too soon after an infection are more likely to suffer long-term effects, and the more mild a person’s infection is the more likely they are to do that.

Your guest’s CDC apologism when asked to explain why we’re only being allowed one vaccination per year was appalling and outrageous. COVID is not (one) seasonal. We know this. Your guest blamed winter holiday travel as one source of COVID spread; is she not aware that people travel in the summer too (has she not heard of summer vacation?)? She blamed people congregating indoors and said this summer’s heatwaves were a fluke; is she not aware that there are heat waves every summer, especially given climate change? She neglected to mention at all that dry air makes COVID infection more likely and air conditioning dries out indoor air. Absolutely ridiculous.

Furthermore, this whole “The CDC doesn’t want to recommend two shots per year because it’s too much to ask of people” is completely asinine and absurd. I wish everyone would do what’s best for them and get vaccinated twice per year, but given that the government has decided to let people fend for themselves (and people are happy to do that, thanks in no small part to the misinformation I’m discussing in this email!), I should be able to decide for myself to get two shots a year for myself and my family if I’m prepared to do that. The problem isn’t only that the CDC isn’t recommending two shots per year; the problem is that they aren’t allowing people to get two shots per year, even people who understand that it’s a good idea and are willing to do it. Leaving people to fend for themselves is one thing; then not actually allowing them to take the steps they need to do that is another thing entirely, and much worse. Why wasn’t this discussed?

The misleading and omitted information about COVID provided on this episode literally endangers people’s health. I expect better from a program with “science” in its name.

Maybe you should try having some experts on your show who have been actually sounding the alarm about COVID rather than downplaying and denying its severity and acting as apologists for our government’s inadequate response. People who have been right about COVID from the start rather than repeatedly underestimating its risks. Someone from the People’s CDC, perhaps. Or Eric Topol. Or Eric Feigl-Ding. Or Lucky Tran. Or Jeff Gilchrist. Or Anthony Leonardi. The list goes on and on. There are thousands of reputable scientists and physicians sounding the alarm about our response to COVID. They have the science and the data on their side. Why don’t you give THEM a voice on your program?

Jonathan Kamens

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caos, to random German

@taz@pod.geraspora.de:> Coronavariante EG.5.1.

Neue deutsche Welle

Von Frédéric Valin

Die neue Corona­variante Eris ist in Deutschland angekommen. Die Sorge vor einer neuen Welle wächst – dabei ist das Land nicht gut vorbereitet.

Schwerpunkt: Coronavirus

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Arnau_Bolet, to photography

Hermitage in the Pyrenees at night. exposure

Richard_Hull, to journalism
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Excellent example of -form , exploring a relatively ignored phenomenon of modern life in depth and with care and compassion - in this case people who all manner of stuff to the point where it becomes dangerous; and how are various people, authorities and agencies coping with this.

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2023/jul/04/you-cant-live-your-life-what-is-behind-extreme-hoarding

breton, to random French
@breton@eldritch.cafe avatar

"C’est un trou dans la raquette de la stratégie du gouvernement. Alors que la production et l’exploitation de de schiste est interdite depuis 2011, son importation, elle, est légale. Légale, mais embarrassante.... Une enquête de par Alexiane et Alexander ."

: https://www.radiofrance.fr/franceculture/podcasts/open-source/open-source-chronique-du-samedi-13-mai-2023-8800143

breton,
@breton@eldritch.cafe avatar

Christophe Cassou, climatologue : « En colère contre moi car je prends en pleine figure une forme de naïveté. Il est maintenant clair que les décisions et choix qui entravent inévitablement la réussite d’une métamorphose sociétale vers des modes de vie bas-carbone sont pris en conscience & connaissance. »

Clément Sénéchal : https://www.frustrationmagazine.fr/scientifiques-climat/

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