I've been playing with my Kobol Helios64 NAS box for a week now. Having trouble with getting NFS working. I need to give myself a bit of a crash course.
Anyone know of good resourses (books, docs, vids) where I can learn more about NFS and Linux networking?
Please boost. I'm new.👍
I've decided to establish a Guppe group ( @fyre_exyt ) to start building a team around Fyre Exyt, a project I've been envisioning since I quit FB in 2006 (?) to create a detailed guide to escaping the datafarms. Ideally it would take the form of a website or app that would walk users through the process. Maybe also guides for installing apps, choosing hosts, and creating accounts on replacement services.
Exakt das! Jedes! Mal!
when you need to confirm you're not a robot
Very cool -- https://teddit.net is a new privacy-friendly Reddit frontend, similar to Invidious / YouTube, Bibliogram / Instagram, and Nitter / Twitter.
Source code: https://codeberg.org/teddit/teddit
- All requests go through the backend, client never talks to Reddit
- Lightweight (teddit frontpage: ~30 HTTP requests with ~270 KB of data downloaded vs. Reddit frontpage: ~190 requests with ~24 MB)
"Uranium has an energy density three million times higher than coal! It's truly the power source of the future!"
"Cool. How do you use it?"
"Oh, we use it to boil water and run steam turbines, just like we did with coal."
“After the government sued Google as a monopolist, Mozilla Corp., you’d think, might have celebrated…Yet within hours…Mozilla published a blog post offering a stern warning…: Please don’t go too far…Google pays Mozilla for it to be the default search engine on Firefox, and the money accounts for the vast majority of Mozilla’s revenue.“
Get it now?
Do you understand who Mozilla Corp. ultimately exists to protect? (Hint: it’s not you.)
I love how every old sci-fi show had its own way of raiding the tv studio's historical costume closet to save on budget.
Doctor Who had it built into the premise that sometimes they go to the past, so they can use all the BBC's Victorian and WW2 costumes
Star Trek from Next Gen on had the Holodeck to accomplish this
But original StarTrek hadn't thought of the Holodeck so they were always making the flimsiest excuses to have 1930s Gangster planet, Ancient Rome planet, Wild West planet...
"The future of the web is HTTPS-Only
Once HTTPS becomes even more widely supported by websites than it is today, we expect it will be possible for web browsers to deprecate HTTP connections and require HTTPS for all websites. In summary, HTTPS-Only Mode is the future of web browsing!"
No. No it is not. Fuck off. When you get there, keep fucking off. Then fuck off some more.
I was born in USSR. There were no votes in USSR. I remember Perestroika. When I was just a teen, my parents were seriously discussing going off the grid to sit out the civil war if the 1991 KGB putsch against Gorbachev succeeded. Everybody was surprised when it failed. What followed was very confusing time, people had no idea how democracy is supposed to work, including the people who somehow made it work anyway, for a few years.
Is your open source project still using Slack for its community? Consider:
Mozilla has migrated their chat to Matrix: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Matrix
Mattermost now offers hosted service with special pricing for OSS projects: https://mattermost.com/nonprofit/
There are probably even more I'm not aware of.
There are good Free options now. Time to get out of the proprietary SaaS lock-in.
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