@ScottMortimer On the positive side, AWS doesn't (seem to) drop support for services, stranding users. Unlike Google. Or perhaps I have this wrong...?
"The AWS Cloud platform expands daily."
@jerry you're killin' me, Jerry
"I'm finally making progress on adding end-to-end encryption for direct messages in Mastodon." – Gargron, head elephant
I wonder what experience Gargron has re encryption...
@ScottMortimer Broken link. Should be: https://oyvn.github.io/multi-room-audio-with-snapcast
@WPalant I like that theme. Problem though: I see your posts are relevant to my work, so now I've got extra reading to do. 😉
@darrenpmeyer Preach it, brother!
@httpeter Maybe hedge your bets with Flutter, to cover both iOS and Android?? [I'm a backend guy, so what do I know!]
@jerry We all know that "programmers" have a built in advantage re practicing social distancing ;-)
Stay safe, Jerry.
@maxeddy At first I read, "Right channel is still out. Bleach" and thought, no, no that's not going to help. 😜
@R10T But I am chagrined to learn from your blog post that immediately below where I usually enter my alias commands is a nicely commented reference to .bash_alias. I had NO IDEA there was this standard place for my alias commands. Thx!
@R10T Nit picking old guy here. There are not two kinds of alias. Using your term, there are only temporary. A clue to this is where your wrote "the unalias command works for temporary and permanent aliases". unalias does not persist across sessions. As soon as you log out & back in, the alias exists again.