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I've only kept facebook (only messenger) around because it's too much hassle to convert friends and family to signal.

Today, facebook made it a pain in the arse to help my father troubleshoot a networking issue, by blocking a *private* message from me containing a local IP address for "violating their community standards"

It's looking like less of a hassle to convert people to other platforms every day.

I've only kept facebook (only messenger) around because it's too much hassle to convert friends and family to signal.

Today, facebook made it a pain in the arse to help my father troubleshoot a networking issue, by blocking a *private* message from me containing a local IP address for "violating their community standards"

It's looking like less of a hassle to convert people to other platforms every day.

and remember, my friends: subindex is for vector fields and superindex is for covector fields!

We just donated €475 to the #OpenBSD Foundation, totaling €4490 so far.

In October 16 new VMs were added and 21 VMs were renewed.

Thank you all!

#OpenBSD #RUNBSD #IAMBSD

The next batches of the #PinebookPro are now shipping!

The next pre-order window opens on November 5th. A choice of ANSI and ISO keyboards will be available in this batch. So if you've been holding out for a correctly shaped Enter key (can you tell I'm an American? 😉), now will be the time to order!

a guide to types of women 

RT @benjedwards@twitter.com
I love this example of vintage game graphics rendered on their intended target, a CRT, vs. modern pixel-perfect emulation. On the CRT they look much more depthy and almost more detailed as you brain fills in the blurred gaps

From this neat article: vgdensetsu.tumblr.com/post/179

Does there exists a mathematical object which cannot be prefixed with the adjective normal?

\(\exists x \wedge \nexists\) normal \(x\)?

Oh, no, 'Linux' is just one part of the operating system. The whole package that you're thinking of is actually called GNU's Monster.

Hey fediverse, I’m looking for a #job in IT!
I’ve got six years of experience in the field and I’ve been managing a fairly large homelab for a few years too. I can work with Unix-like systems (both #BSD and #Linux) and networks.
I have decent experience in automation, both by scripting myself and using Ansible, and I can write code as well (mainly Go these days but I can pick up Python again if needed, and I’m not against learning new languages).
I’m looking for an interesting and challenging position in systems and/or networks engineering, or more specific stuff like storage, virtualization or even databases. Pretty much anywhere in the European Union is fine (I’ve got french citizenship), including full remote jobs, and I don’t mind having to travel regularly.
You’ll find my resume here and a bit more on the stuff I do in my homelab here. Boosts appreciated!

Whoo boy, this is the most public statement I've ever signed:

guix.gnu.org/blog/2019/joint-s

Let's hope some good for comes of this all.

"No one would have believed, in the last years of the 19th century, that human affairs were being watched from the timeless worlds of space."

@hirojin oh, the OOM killer is easy to understand: it will always fire too late and kill the most critical process

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