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# run this to follow @freemor in the app
[3 days ago]
@skingrapher re: 1999 LOL... But on the other hand it looks great in xlinks -g :)
[3 days ago]
purged the confusing Mastodon bridge people. At least until I see that the bridge goes both ways. not just Dumps Mastodon streams here.
[3 days ago]
@karen Congrats!
[3 days ago]
Not sure who all these server.gkbrk.com people are but welcome!
[8 days ago]
The mirror of my feed on Keybase will not get updated anymore. I'm walking back my use of Keybase
[9 days ago]
@leo working on building or working on, using?
[9 days ago]
That feeling you get when you are controlling 4 computer at once and moving massive amounts of data all from the CLI. Thats my today.
[10 days ago]
Well #Ricochet (https://ricochet.im) built and ran painlessly on my #Parabola system (From AUR). Now I just need someone to test it with.
[10 days ago]
I've also been becoming disenchanted with #keybase (centralized, sucks storage, more and more libraries etc in the mix which == harder to secure, etc) But it's still really good for secure chat with non-technical people.
[10 days ago]
Hmmm.. actually talkd over .onion or I2P would actually be pretty secure. .onion probably better for mabile as I2P can suck bandwidth.
[10 days ago]
... I'd prefer to avoid the whole DHT thing as that is usually where the bandwidth/battery drian lives. Perhaps a mobile/cli/?? version of #richocet which uses .onion to solve a lot of this
[10 days ago]
@kas I've been mulling the the whole serverless E2E IM thing. (trying to keep in mind non tech savvy users) and the problem keeps coming down to rendevouz for NAT'd/Gateway'd clients.
[10 days ago]
@kas I looked at Rumble too but figured I'd have the same issue as I'm quite rural and not in a very tech savvy place.
[12 days ago]
@demifiend and Welcom aboard
[12 days ago]
@demifiend So, William Shatner trolling you on the Internet is a problem then? :)
[12 days ago]
On the other hand #Tox is looking pretty good tried both #qTox and #Toxic clients
[12 days ago]
Tried #Matrix again.. and I still do not see the appeal. In fact it seems laggier and buggier then last time I looked (2 yrs ago). Definitely not for me.
[13 days ago]
@pete That is really interestin #WFC thanks for the link
[13 days ago]
@robbinaer Cute re: windows.. :)
[2 weeks ago]
@mdosch I'll take a look at me twtxt files to see if anything is hinky.. but the are working here... hmmm
[3 weeks ago]
@kas git-dit definitely looks interesting. Might be nice if that caught on
[3 weeks ago]
@mdosch Congrats on getting the XMPP bot working. I did something similar when I first got on #twtxt (using an event script in mcabber)
[5 weeks ago]
@robbinaer Interesting idea but its prediacted on the fact that 1.) BF exists and is capable 2.) BF has the same set up as you
[1.3 months ago]
@kas just had the time to watch: The Codes of Gender (2010) ■ https://youtu.be/Zxxvr0ex8MI - Excellent! Thanks of posting it.
[1.6 months ago]
I've used hawkpost for a while now. Very useful for friends that can't/wont set up GPG
[1.6 months ago]
Just added a https://hawkpost.co link on my contact page. Let's see how this goes.
[1.9 months ago]
I'm lurking even when I'm not actively posting.
[1.9 months ago]
@c0by yep me too
[2.4 months ago]
@pkill9 with fbgs or fbpdf. fbpdf seem to to a better job but I haven't used either overly much yet.
[2.6 months ago]
@kas yes indeed it would.. let me change that.
[2.6 months ago]
@quite lol :) Naw if I had my way all GUIs would be the option of last resort instead of the defacto default. But was referring to finding useful framebuffer options.
[2.6 months ago]
There. That is a little better. of course all of this is open for input (date format, flag format, etc)
[2.6 months ago]
Hmmm.. guess it should have a field for when it was last checked. I'll stick that in the optional metadata :) let me go do that.
[2.6 months ago]
it's the flag of wether the last check of the url 404'd (true if 404'd) so dead links can be removed if they fail 2 consecutive times (with the checks being something like 3 month apart)
[2.6 months ago]
My twtxt instance now set up with such metadata and sample we-are-twtxt.txt file
[2.6 months ago]
Discoverability suggestion ammeded to include @kas's suggestion about metadata and to change to filename to follow @mdom's existing we-are-twtxt.txt format
[2.6 months ago]
The # of reasons to 'startx' just keeps dropping. PDFs, Vidoes, and images are no longer an issue.
[2.6 months ago]
Fixed I think.. (still haven't had coffee.. I'll give it another look in a bit)
[2.6 months ago]
@kas Thanks for noting that. I was aiming for wearetwt.txt (it was typed late at night. I'll edit it in a bit once I get some coffee in me)
[2.6 months ago]
@mdom would the client then try to pull your timeline from all the URLs? or Default to the bottom most (most recently added) alias?
[2.6 months ago]
@mdom Like the alias idea. Could just insert: . http://new/url.com directly beneath: mdom http://old.url.com
[2.6 months ago]
[2.6 months ago]
(git commit -am "Ammend punctuation in last message for better clarity")
[2.6 months ago]
There. Now kbRead remembers the last time you checked any person/team/channel. very nice.
[2.6 months ago]
@kas Yes, odd indeed it's the same for me even I have to use the keybase:// URL to clone it.
[2.6 months ago]
@kas I doubt it'll work but feel free to try a push
[2.6 months ago]
@kas Thanks. and cool means that I can have semi public Git Repos there (semi public because people would need keybase).
[2.6 months ago]
@kas or other keybasers that are interested, can you try: git clone keybase://public/freemor/pubgit.git and let me know if it works. Trying to see if public git repos are possible. Thnks
[2.7 months ago]
@kas Some of them are still evolving like kbRead. so ya might want to check back in every now and then.
[2.7 months ago]
@kas you can find them in my public keybase folder under Keybase_scripts if you want to take a look.
[2.7 months ago]
@kas I made my own scripts for running/building/etc keybase so mine mounts to ~/keybase
[2.7 months ago]
whoops don't know what happened there.. but fixed now
[2.8 months ago]
time..
[2.8 months ago]
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[2.8 months ago]
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[2.8 months ago]
ack! start writing a "simple script" and I\m
[2.9 months ago]
@tux0r You are going to give me nightmares of filling in '02 filler pic' on bubble cards.
[3.1 months ago]
I find it quite interesting the so many here use pressure cookers (/me does too)
[3.1 months ago]
@robbinaer Totally agree! a tablet is so NOT a laptop. I get grumbly when I have to use a cmputer that is missing some of the extended keys.
[3.3 months ago]
I wonder if ECC with it's much shorter key length would do. I'll have to play some and see.
[3.3 months ago]
@mdom there are some symetric cyphers that dont add too much. I liiked at this ages ago trying to figure out a way to encrypt SMSs without making them huge.
[3.5 months ago]
@leveck Please keep posting WRT your figuring out your daily driver. I love the #BBGW MID I made for myself would be interested to hear where you land.
[3.5 months ago]
@leveck, Thanks for the link and nice write up. re: gnu screen you'll definitely want to modify your .screenrc On my server screen opens up 8 screens on start with all my log watchers etc. All nicely titled and has the se...
[3.5 months ago]
Probably want to have a URL to the public key not the key itself.
[3.5 months ago]
and clients just drop PM:'s that aren't @<client user>
[3.5 months ago]
If we extend that a bit to include a public key the people could: @<person> PM:<text encrypted with <persons> pub key
[3.5 months ago]
My take on all the Meltdown - Spectre vulnerabilities: http://freemor.ca/2018/01/17-what-you-need-to-know-about-meltdown-and-spectre/
[3.6 months ago]
@tomasino It definitely would (blow).. feel better soon.
[3.6 months ago]
then many will auto follow you
[3.6 months ago]
@pkill9 you should see about getting added to #WeAreTwtxt
[3.6 months ago]
@leveck Why BSD over Arch.. Just curious maybe I'm missing out on something. :)
[3.6 months ago]
@pkill9 Sure
[3.8 months ago]
@kas thanks. followed
[3.8 months ago]
@tomasino Toki Pona sounds fun.. I'll take a swing at it.
[3.9 months ago]
Or just not bother.. It's not like a need a tracker/webview/etc. And once git daemon is working people can just clone it if they want a look.
[3.9 months ago]
@nblade Thanks, I'm hposing to have the git daemon thing sorted today.. then I just have to figure out how to wedge stagit into a system with an outdated git (probably will update git.)
[3.9 months ago]
@leveck I used ratpoison for a while but found i3 to be slightly more user firendly.. tho very similar. And Like you.. for things like PDF Etc
[3.9 months ago]
Next thing, getting gitd going and automate stagit got Repos I want public.
[3.9 months ago]
Hazaa! Got SSH/git going on my server. Now my Repos are my own.
[4.0 months ago]
so I have the link some place: http://www.cloudatcost.com/
[4.1 months ago]
@kas... That was Hilarious! thanks for posting the link
[4.1 months ago]
@kas first one yes, Second one no.
[4.1 months ago]
@kas 'Used to know' was agreat way to end the day. Thanks.
[4.1 months ago]
But looks like the wording in the MobileCoin WP was a little unclear leading to my concerns.
[4.1 months ago]
OK.. Lots of details there.. Enough to make my head hurt :) Which is good. I'll have to read it through a few times to be sure I've got it straight
[4.1 months ago]
Now reading the CryptoNote White paper which has more details...
[4.1 months ago]
Sadly their white paper doesn't show how the crypto works in depth.
[4.1 months ago]
@kas Re: MobileCoin. Interesting but Bob calculating the Private key from the Public key seems kinda broken. Usually being able to derive the PrivKey From the PubKey is very very very bad
[4.1 months ago]
@tomasino you can trail jobs with &>/dev/null for jobs you never want to hear from and 1>/dev/null for jobs you just want errors from.
[4.1 months ago]
@tomasino Cronjob output can be very useful depending on the job or to let you know a job errored out.
[4.1 months ago]
@pete thanks for posting that. Very interesting. Always nice to learn cool things I never knew ssh could do (and I use it a lot).
[4.2 months ago]
@sysdharma Welcome aboard!
[4.3 months ago]
@kas Circles looks interesting.. I'll definitely have to read more about it Tomorrow.. Too late right now.. brain must sleep
[4.3 months ago]
@leveck If you continue to work on it feel free to send tests my way. freemor @freemor.ca
[4.3 months ago]
@leveck tried XMPP (5 hours after #twtxt post) at that time.. no XMPP server seems present.
[4.3 months ago]
@nristen welcome back
[4.3 months ago]
@alip nice Asimov quote. Hadn't heard that one before.
[4.4 months ago]
Got an Odroid XU4 as a present. Loving it so far. Man it is FAST!
[4.4 months ago]
@tfurrows perhpas they ran out of protoculture. I'm sure they'll find more.... unless the Invid or Robotech masters beat them to it.
[4.5 months ago]
Oh Noooooo! I'm getting addicted to git
[4.6 months ago]
#tig (Text Interface for Git) is pretty Sweet. http://jonas.nitro.dk/tig/
[4.6 months ago]
/me waves to @tomasino. Welcome Aboard.
[4.7 months ago]
Not bad for someone thats never played with #golang before.
[4.7 months ago]
Hazaa! #Keybase and #KBFS built and running on my #BBGW MID!
[4.7 months ago]
.. Hmmm keybase has a --public chat stream. Be pretty easy to make that a #twtxt target.
[4.8 months ago]
@kas Re: IPFS, Thanks good to know.. saves me spending a few hours to find out its still painful.
[4.8 months ago]
@tx RE: Everything but the clouds. Very interesting.. thanks for posting the link.
[4.8 months ago]
@boxofbats You leaving us (#twtxt)? Or was that in reference to something else?
[4.8 months ago]
@kas Thats kinda coll in and of itself. BTW. Since you play with IPFS, Is it still terribly SLowww? It was almost painful last time I tried it.
[4.9 months ago]
@kas Noted. I'll have to keep an eye on that. I guess KBFS people could just access it from the KBFS
[4.9 months ago]
If people would prefer a https and cryptographically verified version of my feed they can use: https://freemor.keybase.pub/twtxt.txt as the url in the follow command.
[4.9 months ago]
TZAG to all.. o/
[4.9 months ago]
@tx Thanks. It was there I was just trying to do 4 different things at the time and missed it.
[4.9 months ago]
@tx nice! What client is that a screenshot of?
[4.9 months ago]
@tx Smash the phone! Quick! Clearly they've been tracking you :D
[4.9 months ago]
Good Lord 1176/5574 Build targets so far and 99.9% of those are JS (and counting)
[4.9 months ago]
Compiling webkit2gtk from source and all I can think is.. HTML/WWW was never ment to be like this. OH so much time Building JS crap
[5.0 months ago]
and testing post hook for #twtxt client too
[5.0 months ago]
And indeed it is. \o/
[5.0 months ago]
Ok, On keybase - Check, DNS Proof - check, And hopefully my #twtxt.txt file is now available via KBFS
[5.0 months ago]
Lub Dub: heartbeat post to show I'm still active
[5.1 months ago]
Switched to #i2pd What a difference in resource consumption.
[5.1 months ago]
@tx Very nicely done RE: beyond.
[5.1 months ago]
Switched to #i2pd What a difference in resource consumption.
[5.1 months ago]
@tx Very nicely done RE: beyond.
[5.3 months ago]
@trevor Wish I had the time and financial resources to attend
[5.3 months ago]
@robbinaer I suspected the essential part. Was just trying to find you an avenue to get what you needed
[5.3 months ago]
@trevor I wish RE: #34c3
[5.3 months ago]
Previous tweet a reference to: http://sites.google.com/site/broguegame/home
[5.3 months ago]
If you're crawling a dungeon and spot a Flamedance.. Run.. Just run.. unless you have an immune to fire potion handy.
[5.4 months ago]
Auto Alerts to users for e-mail holds seems to be working well now too.
[5.5 months ago]
@c0by No worries we are all fairly laied back here. And I'm fairly sure most favour substance over volume.
[5.6 months ago]
Uh Oh, I've got the bug... Wrote a script to auto-unhold emails with attachements based on a whitelist. But now it's: If I just X it'll be better/faster, Oh yea I need to Y as well, Hmmm and maybe Z...
[5.7 months ago]
@leveck nice! I've totally given up on the whole smart phone thing... built myself a MID out of a BBGW and switched to a flip phone
[5.7 months ago]
... But it is getting better I Live a mostly LibreSoftware life.. but there are a few corners where it's tough to impossible to avoid.
[5.7 months ago]
@leveck Yup. I understand that sometimes you just have to bite the bullet and use the locked down stuff. It's the world we live in.
[5.7 months ago]
@kas I agree with the person that described DST as 'Cutting off one end of a blanket, and sewing it to the other end in an attempt to make the blanket longer'
[5.7 months ago]
@leveck Yes locked down, DRM'd systems suck. But I understand they are often hard or impossible to avoid these days.
[5.7 months ago]
@robbinaer any chance you could compile it (orca) or bring it in via Guix? Or does said newer version not exist yet?
[6.2 months ago]
@mdom Congrats. I need to get me one of those.
[6.2 months ago]
@skingrapher thanks for the info on ID24
[6.3 months ago]
hmmm... curl -I to get the headers (with length); stat -c %s <cached version>; if curl_len > cached_len then curl -r cached_len-curl_len >> cached file
[6.3 months ago]
Just remembered that curl has the -r option.. This could fix the huge timeline issue but simply requesting the needed end bits of the file
[6.3 months ago]
@tx I'm hopping on IRC if you want to kick it around a bit.
[6.3 months ago]
@tx and some other things like: move away from the multiprotocol super simplicity of curl? a daemon and a client or client is the server? etc
[6.3 months ago]
@tx Like what exactly is the problem you are trying to fix. The NAT issue? the fact that people lack skills to launch a server? Bandwidth usage?
[6.3 months ago]
@tx Though about ZeroNet and have played with it a tiny bit. But I'm seeing that this could go techno-alistic quite easily. I think you should define some things first...
[6.3 months ago]
@tx but need something light that can run as a daemon 24/7 and not eat the system or tons of bandwith (I know latter is a hard ask with P2P)
[6.3 months ago]
@tx Is there something as light as http (server wise) thats is also P2P. I think it would really help with twtxt adoption if it could selfserve over some kind of P@P
[6.3 months ago]
@tx But I suspect that ipfs would make my small footprint server fall over (not a lot of ram)...
[6.3 months ago]
@tx I publish directly from my home server too. I like the idea of twtxt being able to selfhost without people having to set up an http server...
[6.3 months ago]
@tx sounds pretty good. Are you thinkig of just making ipfs the default publish, our posting a ipfs script to add as a post publish hook?
[6.4 months ago]
Wow! Got busy in here all of a sudden.. and lots to read to (links) I'll have to take some time and catch up tomorrow.
[6.6 months ago]
@dave Nice! Thanks for posting it.
[6.6 months ago]
Re: Spambots, It's nice that some Russians care so very much about my social life and are willing to put in so much effort to see that I'm not alone. :)
[6.6 months ago]
@nblade. Oh... Those 'Standards'... In that case I totally see your point. (Sounds like a PHB problem)
[6.6 months ago]
@nblade Sometimes yes but often no. /me still remembers when yenc broke the usenet. Which could have been prevented by the simply going the RFC route before unleashing it.
[6.6 months ago]
Man! the spam bots are really pounding away lately.. But my postfix-fu is strong, So none shall pass.
[6.7 months ago]
Why everyone should default to JavaScript off: https://isc.sans.edu/diary/rss/22882
[6.8 months ago]
@tx #stagit looks nice thenks gfor the heads up on that
[6.8 months ago]
And to https://hawkpost.co #HawkPost. Very Useful.
[6.8 months ago]
@skingrahper But your posting that led me to https://github.com/Kickball/awesome-selfhosted Which lead to #GitPrep and #Gitea
[6.8 months ago]
@skingrapher although I'm all for hack Fests this feels more like a membership drive for Github. :/ Might just be the cynic in me.
[6.8 months ago]
@leveck what firmware (rom) did you go with for the S5.
[6.8 months ago]
Hmmmm my #txtnish is all up to date and should be using curl but no @<mekon gopher://sdf.org/0/users/mekon/twtxt.txt>. Fetching manually with curl does fetch the timeline.. odd
[6.8 months ago]
@<mekon gopher://sdf.org/0/users/mekon/twtxt.txt> Greetings, Welcome #twtxt. Always nice to see new folks here.
[6.9 months ago]
Greets to @nblade and @leveck Welcome to #twtxt.
[7.2 months ago]
@dave OK... Cool never seen the term vapourware applied to music before.. I'll hve to dig in.
[7.2 months ago]
@tdemin All true.. I plan to hang in there and see where it goes.. hey gohper is still around and I'm sure people have been waiting for it to die for decades.
[7.2 months ago]
@quite An interesting read, thanks for posting it. Tho I must admit about half way through I found myself wondering how enjoying reading RFC's effects my geekiness rating
[7.2 months ago]
@dave vaporwave artist?
[7.2 months ago]
@mdom Second one: Opps.. seems you figured that out already.. Guess I should read the whole feed before tweeting
[7.2 months ago]
@mdom Super Dimentional Fortress. From Macross aka Robotech. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SDF-1_Macross)
[7.2 months ago]
[7.3 months ago]
@mdom Yea, I've had similar fun tracking down contact for compromised servers (almost always wordpress) after picking apart malspam that hits my mail server.
[7.4 months ago]
@kas cool about the #reflectables but seriously $125 !?! I'll just go on Amazon, Search retro reflective tape, and save myself about $100
[7.4 months ago]
<sigh> another batch of #twtxt unfollows to clean up the 404s
[7.4 months ago]
How does one go about informing the person that is trying to scrape your site that their problem is a heinously malformed useraagent string. (really the 400 error code they are getting back should be a clue)
[7.7 months ago]
@tdemin nice work on updating th scorecard. But I feel the first one more closely represents the 'Features I want from an Instant Messanger'
[7.7 months ago]
@dave :( on the pruning \o/ on the use of xargs
[7.8 months ago]
First Blog entry after more than a year. Woohoo! Hopefully I can get back into regular blogging. http://freemor.ca/2017/08/16-divorcing-my-smartphone
[7.9 months ago]
For the detail on OpenPGP: header see: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/draft-josefsson-openpgp-mailnews-header Why re-invent the wheel, and creat a competing standard
[7.9 months ago]
@kas, @tx. self hosting a mail server isn't too bad if you stick with a leaf node (no outound SMTP). I've run one for years.
[7.9 months ago]
If I want E2E IM (chat) I just use XMPP/OTR/OMEMO. If I want E2E mail GPG works fine.
[7.9 months ago]
The only interesting bit about DeltaChat is it's mention of AutoCrypt. But I fail to see how AutoCrypt isn't just an attempt to re-invent the OpenPGP: header
[8.1 months ago]
AA batteries are shown for Scale
[8.1 months ago]
Think I found the reason my UPS had a short Uptime during outages. - http://freemor.homelinux.net:16019/~freemor/twtxtmedia/Baby_Battery.jpg
[8.1 months ago]
Just need to vent. Seriously #CyberPower?! TR-Torx on the battery bay of my UPS. Thanks a lot. That was reallllllllly f%cking Helpful. Well the Mod I'm doing will be externalizing the battery anyways, But Come On Seriously!!!
[8.2 months ago]
more then a year now and still loving #twtxt
[8.2 months ago]
Why I use a Flip phone: Small, replacable battery, 0 price tag, way less of a time suck (I got my life back), Still does everything I need music (works great with my BT headphones), SMS/MMS, calls, there for emergencies.
[8.2 months ago]
@pete Cute :) Re: coffee
[8.2 months ago]
@tdemin I've come to the realization that ther are no 'good android phones' anymore. Google and vendors have killed the dream. That is why I'm rocking a 90's style flip phone
[8.6 months ago]
and we're back.. "Good Work!!" to all those people that were running around with their hair on fire since early this morning.
[8.6 months ago]
[8.7 months ago]
when it later asked me to punch another monkey I knew it was past the brink.
[8.7 months ago]
I knew the graphical WWW was headed for a distopian future the first time I saw that purple monkey.
[8.8 months ago]
On the same note I'm loving life with a 90's style 'dumb' flip phone.
[8.8 months ago]
This TED talk really validates all my text centric/FLOSS/google free/smart thing free Computing choices. https://www.ted.com/talks/tristan_harris_the_manipulative_tricks_tech_companies_use_to_capture_your_attention
[8.8 months ago]
For those that like tearing into malspam #ViperMonkey is a useful tool. https://github.com/decalage2/ViperMonkey
[8.8 months ago]
@skingrapher Thanks for posting the: telnet mapscii.me Very cool indeed.
[8.9 months ago]
@kas Thanks for the link to the P2P list. Several on there I have not heard of yet.
[9.0 months ago]
I luvs me my #ttyload
[9.2 months ago]
I use #mcabber (otr/GPG) or #gajim (omemo) depending on what system I'm on. I might switch the #mcabber to #profanity if once they get omemo out of beta.
[9.2 months ago]
@tdemin Yes it is sad that so much development is mobile only these days as there are those of us that strongly dislike the current mobile space.
[9.3 months ago]
/me need to get his Butt on #ScuttleButt
[9.3 months ago]
G'Night world... See Ya Tomorrow.
[9.4 months ago]
@tdemin nice chart. Dont thik you missed anything. Hover notes are very helpful
[10.0 months ago]
That nano Computer == BBGW SBC + HDMI cape + HDMI screen +Batteries (18650's in a nice case) + wireless Keyboard/mouse combo
[10.0 months ago]
My BBGW nano computer is doing great. Almost all set up the way I like it.. Just Bluetooth to get set-up.
[10.3 months ago]
@dave Good Point :D
[10.3 months ago]
Quiet times here on #twtxt
[10.4 months ago]
Wow, BBGW kicks the old RPi B+'s ass speed wise
[10.4 months ago]
\o/ Finally have replaced the RPi on my nano computer with the BBGW. Ah, freedom and open hardware feels so good.
[10.5 months ago]
@tdemin K, get what you are going for now. Sadly I know of nothing that meets all the requirements.
[10.5 months ago]
@tux0r Interesting... do you have a link with more info on that?
[10.6 months ago]
@tdemin but there is a vim/syncthing for android and vim supports encryption.
[10.6 months ago]
@tdemin vim for the notes/encryption syncthing for the Syncing? I've given up on android so I just ssh into my server and vim for notes.
[10.6 months ago]
@tdemin thanks for the info re: #LetsEncrypt and multiple Domains. Perhaps I'll give it a go. I'd make my XMPP server somewhat happier
[10.6 months ago]
@phil what was it supposed to be?
[10.6 months ago]
@kas @tdemin Also not sure #LetsEncrypt can handle cases like mine where The cert has to be for both freemor.ca and freemor.homelinux.net
[10.6 months ago]
@kas @tdemin Yes there is let's encrypt. but the whole PKI system is a mess to the point where having a signed Cert may actually make it Easier to MITM Due to NSLs forcing CAs to sign Bo...
[10.6 months ago]
@tdemin the app isnt from installing it.. it's for moving it to the same place that the system certs are stored which gets rid of a nasty nag about the connection being insecure or potentially monitored
[10.6 months ago]
@mdom Congrats on Both.. Hope they both add up to a happy and joyfull life.
[10.6 months ago]
and congrats, I've got the same thing.. just with #Davical instead of #Radicale
[10.6 months ago]
@kas. The Cert warning can be gotten rid of by moving the Cert to the system sid of the phone with https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdfilter=certificate&fdid=com.nutomic.zertman
[10.8 months ago]
@dave Thanks for sharing that link. Very cool!
[10.9 months ago]
Browsers were meant to be document viewers NOT a development environment for applications. If your internet service need a client.. then build a proper stand alone client
[10.9 months ago]
@tdemin I so totally agree about the stupidity of modern websites. My site is probably very similar in load times to yours.
[11.1 months ago]
@kas nice QOTD.. I'll hve to remember that one.
[11.1 months ago]
Last nights DW was so annoying.. Super advanced aliens super crapy PRNG (even by 1980's standards). At least they'll be easy to defeat due to their useless crypto.
[11.3 months ago]
Off to listen to Some LibriVox audio books. Gotta love http://libriVox.org
[12.0 months ago]
@kas I'll have to give this scuttlebot thig a try I guess
[12.0 months ago]
@tx nice but the output from youtube-dl is concatenated with the video.. so a bit of a mess when you download
[12.1 months ago]
To Be Done not To Be Decided :)
[12.1 months ago]
Use ICP clip hooked to BBGW to flash BIOS to LibreBoot - TBD
[12.1 months ago]
Migrate from Arch to Parabola now that no blobs needed - Check
[12.1 months ago]
Devices that require Binary blobs removed from my X200T - Check
[1.0 year ago]
@kas. Thats rough. give me full on or full off, but on again, off again.. thats just irritating. Hope they get it sorted
[1.0 year ago]
@skingrapher thanks for the wttr.in link. That is very useful.
[1.0 year ago]
New PSU in. Rebuilding the array.
[1.0 year ago]
Grrrr.. our NAS threw a drive out. Looks more like a PSU problem then a drive problem..
[1.0 year ago]
@skingrapher I completely agree re #twtxt
[1.0 year ago]
@kas what #beaker is using for a backend https://datproject.org/
[1.0 year ago]
@kas #beaker and #Dat both look like interesting projects.. but why is everything in JS these days.. <sign>
[1.0 year ago]
@kas Ah.. uuencoding, That brings up fond memories of days gone by
[1.0 year ago]
@kas QWgsIEdvdGNoYS4gR29vZCBpZGVhCg==
[1.0 year ago]
Fcbvyref sbe/nobhg jung?
[1.0 year ago]
@phil Cute.. We definitely need more time traveling jokes :)
[1.0 year ago]
Cool util people may not know of, ncdu an ncurses disk usage anayzer.
[1.0 year ago]
@phil Oh yes, running my own mail server Viagra and other pharma spam is a big thing.. tho fairly trivial to block
[1.0 year ago]
@webi Thanks for the heads up. Couldn't say as I am not on diaspora.