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endchan.xyz Comrade 10/06/2019 (Sun) 15:38:12 No. 802 [Reply] [Last]
what happened to it?
I am in Canada btw. not sure if it's accessible elsewhere.
Domain losses and a server transfer. All at one of the most opportune times. I hope they can recover and try to be the 8ch successor they were supposed to be. If not, maybe it's time to aggressively push overchan on other sites.
>>861
its on the deep web too
here it is
http://endchan5doxvprs5.onion/
you need to use tor.
.net works

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Comrade 10/01/2019 (Tue) 18:48:19 No. 725 [Reply] [Last]
What are some Free Software projects worth contributing to?
>>848
your mum
>>848
>What are some Free Software projects worth contributing to?
That depends entirely on your skill set and interest comrade. So what to you enjoy and what are you good at? Just so you know hacktoberfest is being sponsored by digitalocean right now so it might be a nice thing to get in on if you're planning to do this anyway: https://hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com/
desktop environments like KDE. they need more polish.
Bring window edge snapping back to Openbox.

Education Purrletariat 05/06/2017 (Sat) 20:13:09 No. 240 [Reply] [Last]
What should Education under a Leftist system look like? The current system obviously doesn't work as can be seen by the large amounts of dropouts and general scorn and dissatisfaction that is directed towards the system.

I'm personally leaning towards the Sudbury Model of Education, essentially the government, school, and parents have no say in what is taught (preventing bias and the brainwashing type of education in modern public and religious schools).
The school's rules as well as other actions are decided by a democratic "School Meeting" consisting of Staff members and the entire Student Population, each has an equal vote and the staff possesses no veto power. Meaning that the school is mostly run by the students, there is no curriculum and no classes, the students decide what to learn, how to do it, and can ask other students or staff for assistance if they wish.
There are no divisions by age or skill meaning that younger students can interact with older ones at will and vice versa, allowing for older students to act as big brothers/sisters to younger students giving them a chance to develop greater empathy and responsibility while giving younger students the ability to find mentors (that they can personally identify with, unlike the ones assigned under current mentor-ship or tutoring programs).

It's worked very well already in the few schools that have tried it:
[http://sudburyschool.com/content/sudbury-model-education]
[https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2012/12/no-teachers-no-class-no-homework-would-you-send-your-kids-here/265354/]

What would be other good ideas and ways to reform the current system?
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>the students decide what to learn

So the education plan is going to be set by who ever can influence students.

Is that going to be better ? Are you going to attempt to control this ?
>>132
>What should Education under a Leftist system look like?
Every year the Party Congress creates a highly centralized education circulum that students are forced to learn and if they don’t they are hit with rulers.
>>132
>I'm personally leaning towards the Sudbury Model of Education, essentially the government, school, and parents have no say in what is taught (preventing bias and the brainwashing type of education in modern public and religious schools).
The school's rules as well as other actions are decided by a democratic "School Meeting" consisting of Staff members and the entire Student Population, each has an equal vote and the staff possesses no veto power. Meaning that the school is mostly run by the students, there is no curriculum and no classes, the students decide what to learn, how to do it, and can ask other students or staff for assistance if they wish.
Except that kids have underdeveloped minds and can’t think or do stuff for themselves. They need people to tell them what to do and what not to do, and if need be punish them if they misbehave.
>>325
That's a really stupid position to have my dude.
>>386
>students decide what to learn
>lesson plan
You're not getting it.

Comrade 10/01/2019 (Tue) 03:56:35 No. 721 [Reply] [Last]
>>826
I've been trying to find some more information on the original systems operating in the Soviet Union. Especially those earlier systems that showed some promise and interesting features. I've been looking specifically at the BESM-6 due to the ample documentation available. The most interesting features to me are the system of modes, and bit packing, both of which seem very odd but interesting to me, oh also it's RISC which is nice. The CPU was also developed under the name Elbrus into the late 80's which is unique, and was reasonably competitive at the time. The Elbrus-3 which was a completely new ISA with novel VLIW capabilities was also competitive.
http://www.mailcom.com/besm6/
http://www.mailcom.com/besm6/instset.shtml
https://computerhistory.org/blog/the-elbrus-2-a-soviet-era-high-performance-computer/

Would any of you happen to have any information on the MIR «Машина для Инженерных Расчётов» machines? I'm struggling to find any information on them but they sound fascinating especially concerning "a hardware implementation of a high-level programming language capable of symbolic manipulations" which reminds me of the exceptional Scheme-48. Also it seems to be immensely capable for its size. Thanks in advance!
Shit, could a mod delete this thread please?
>>833
out of luck buddy, this board doesn't have an active BO and/or mods. gonna have to ask space
>>835
>out of luck buddy, this board doesn't have an active BO and/or mods. gonna have to ask space
That's kinda weird, I'll ask in >>>/gulag/, thanks for telling me.

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Comrade 09/25/2019 (Wed) 20:16:48 No. 686 [Reply] [Last]
I'm going to start making videos, what editing software should I start out with and what should I use after I've been making videos for a little while.
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pirate sony vegas
>>786
easiest on windows

if you're on linux, consider kdenlive. it has improved a lot lately. it is pretty easy for simple stuff.
Is DaVinci Resolve any good?
just use premiere pro cc 2017
https://thepiratebay.org/torrent/17685340/

if you've installed it and need tips how to use it just ask here
>>783
kdenlive unless you like botnet

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Comrade 08/19/2019 (Mon) 18:17:31 No. 179 [Reply] [Last]
Hi anons.

What are some good podcasts about marxist economic theory?
I don't give a fuck about racism, troons being troons, philosophy, political science or Adorno's aesthetics.
I want to study marxist economics, not radlib bullshit.

Here are some I particulary enjoy:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh2UY1hxlMr4_7Az_iQ82HQ/videos (mostly news unfortunaly)
https://www.youtube.com/user/RichardDWolff/videos (econ profesor)
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>>217
Books about marxist political economy:
>Value, Price and Profit
https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1865/value-price-profit/index.htm
>The Economic Doctrines of Karl Marx
https://www.marxists.org/archive/kautsky/1903/economic/index.htm
>Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism
https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1916/imp-hsc/
>A Introduction to Marxist Economic Theory
https://www.marxists.org/archive/mandel/1967/intromet/index.htm
>Textbook of Political Economy
https://www.marxists.org/subject/economy/authors/pe/index.htm
>Fundamentals of Political Economy, aka the "Shanghai Textbook"
https://mega.nz/#!Xc11RaJB!YmA9JAC0-pQyAs0jJ0fXjZ22IyXzf0n2-CdrSFtPgOI
https://www.youtube.com/user/readingcapital/playlists

David Harvey has full courses on reading Capital on this channel. He's a good lecturer and his videos helped me a lot when struggling to understand Marx. It's also orthodox economic marxism not intersectional bullshit
Chapo Trap House, while not specifically focusing on Marxism, is effective at pointing out the hypocrisy of capitalism and imperialism. I think they'd make a good introduction into leftism in general. They do seem to jerk off over Bernie a bit too much for my taste but otherwise I have to say their analysis is on point.

https://soundcloud.com/chapo-trap-house
>>264
Chapo shits on the historical legacy of socialism, through.
>>217
What's Left with Aimee Terese and the other guy is pretty good.

Also if anyone knows where I can get the premium episodes for free, please do point the way.

>>727
Bunkerchan ate my image.
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>vice.com
Archive link, you fucking faggot.

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Comrade 09/15/2019 (Sun) 22:50:15 No. 658 [Reply] [Last]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2s5hPLUHN8

you dindn't know that Richard Stallman was ALMOST communist??
>>698
Oh wow, communists don't believe in universal political programs.
We want the age of consent to be 5 in one country and 18 in another. You got it from this free and rational talk show host right here folx.
Muh god has to be the basis of any moral or ethical standard otherwise it's not a universal standard.

What a joke.
>>700
Also, james bond GET
>>698
distrotube is run by a cocksucking redneck fuck

The Social Media Question Comrade 08/19/2019 (Mon) 15:11:52 No. 620 [Reply] [Last]
What is to be done about social media?
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https://repeaterbooks.com/the-great-digital-swindle-by-mark-fisher/

"But how has this model of progress, in which history culminates in the glorious invention of iPhones and apps, become so uncontested?
And, if we attend closely, isn’t there a desperate quality to all this cheerleading?
Addicts always rationalise their compulsions, but the desperation here belongs to capital itself, which has thrown everything at the great digital swindle. Capital might still swagger like some data cowboy, but iPhones plus Victorian values can only be a steampunk throwback.
The return to centuries’ old forms of exploitation is obfuscated by the distracting urgencies of digital communication."
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What's next for social media?
How can it get any more cancerous?
Replace with decentralized, FOSS, psuedonymous alternative, preferably run as a workers' co-op or something.
>>674
There mere existence of decentralized, FOSS, pseudonymous alternatives will not do a single thing to overthrow the corporate domination of the internet.
>>675
But foss hackers and codemonkeys will.

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LancerRPG: the leftist game about commie robots fighting against fascists Comrade 09/11/2019 (Wed) 01:22:10 No. 156 [Reply] [Last]
>>307
Meh tabletop shit is hard to find, all the D&D groups I've been part of in the last 10 years always had some shitty reasons to fall apart midway through the shit.
>>309
/leftypol/ D&D game night when?

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