Writing a nasty Bash script to retrieve and parse a POST request.
Oh, it’s disgusting. It’ll work though!
If I did this task more often, I’d learn a proper way of doing it.
But that’s where Bash is great. It may not be the most effective or efficient and any one thing, but it can do everything.
Once again an open-source project doing the wrong decisions: Docker cannot be downloaded without logging into Docker Store - https://github.com/docker/docker.github.io/issues/6910
Okay, I don't use Mastodon as often as I used to, but I feel like ever since I left mastodon.xyz, my timeline and notification panel has dropped a lot in activity.
So I managed to get IPv6 inside an OpenVPN tunnel working. However, I still need to figure out how to make it dynamic, because currently the prefix inside the tunnel is copied manually from the WAN interface. I mean I could use a private prefix and use NAT, but that seems like a poor solution.
Does anyone have a better idea?
#ipv6 #pfsense #router #firewall #openvpn
OnePlus has cool phones and a nice android update policy but their panorama feature sucks.
Did any European follower of mine order a WASD keyboard and can tell me how the experience was and how much shipping cost, etc.?
#2030 "Voting Software" Show more
There are lots of very smart people doing fascinating work on cryptographic voting protocols. We should be funding and encouraging them, and doing all our elections with paper ballots until everyone currently working in that field has retired.
#2027 "Lightning Distance" Show more
The index of radio refraction does have a lot of variation, which might throw off your calculations, so you can also look at the difference in brightness between the visible flash and more-attenuated UV and x-rays.
Does anyone have any experience with IPFire? It seems like it's a pfSense alternative based on Linux, but is it good enough?
I don't know why, but every open-source software based on FreeBSD sucked so far. Both FreeNAS and pfSense were quite unstable in my experience.
After nearly 20 years of working in IT-related roles, across development and security, one thing sticks out like the proverbial "dogs balls" yet so few companies see it.
If you treat your people well, your business will do well. It's so simple. Companies that look after their people retain those people, and those people work hard to make the business succeed.
So, stop treating your people like resources and treat them like humans, for fuck sake!
do i really deal with impostor syndrome or am i just faking it
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