Pi is technically illegal since it contains every copyrighted string ever
@thufie why the heck are strings copyrighted for
are there really some gorups of numbers that are really so banger some dude was like 'yeah ill force u to pay to use that if u use it "
Let's assume you write a book of 3200 characters or less.
That work is now copyright.
That work also exists in the Library of Babel (https://www.libraryofbabel.info/search.html) which is basically a container of all words in all orders, which, after you push it through an interpreter of any kind, is also Pi
I've always thought this could make a great pride flag too https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AACS_encryption_key_controversy
@thufie pifs is truly a gift.
@thufie technically, so does /dev/urandom. It's practically a trove of the worst kind of illegal content freely distributed with each copy of Linux!
Smol server part of the pixie.town infrastructure. Registration is approval-based, and will probably only accept people I know elsewhere or with good motivation.