I'm real glad capitalism is taking on the big problems, like "how to get ladies to buy more cheese powder-crusted tortilla chips"
you may already know me from such places as THE INTERNET
This might just get me back to Firefox:
"Mozilla has always been a proponent of #decentralization, recognizing that it is a key ingredient of a healthy Internet. Starting with Firefox 59, several protocols that support decentralized architectures are available for use by extensions. The newly approved protocols are:
Dat Project (dat://)
IPFS (dweb:// ipfs:// ipns://)
Secure Scuttlebutt (ssb://)"
not to beat this dead horse again, but: 2 word processors, 5 document viewers, two calendars, a geocaching tool, a spreadsheet app, a fax (?) utility, a GUI for... something, something for radiation therapy, a dictionary, and a tool for making phone calls.
Seriously. Really. And this is at the very top of the category.
Like, does this make any sense? Who do I ask to use their brain for several tens of seconds?
#Sourcegraph, (the code search tool), now supports #rustlang - https://sourcegraph.com/search?q=repogroup:crates+read_dir - so excited, it will be SO much easier to find usage examples for various APIs now.
Nice article by @nextcloud folks about their current and future ActivityPub support! (Or is it ActivityPup? Don't fix that... cutest typo of all time!) https://nextcloud.com/blog/activitypub-the-new-standard-for-decentralized-networks/
(HT @falgn0n for the link)
@cypnk @cacahuatl The pilot wave theory of quantum mechanics is legitimately cool stuff. It's a hidden variable theory, and I think those are pretty passé right now in quantum physics, but it's at least more understandable than the nondeterministic theories. And the "materialized pilot wave" videos are really cool:
One great thing about having your resume on Michigan Talent Connect is you get to find out all of the myriad ways that your past experience might align with whatever a recruiter is trying to fill.
For example, my past experience as a mostly indoors computer programmer with system administration experience might align with TruGreen, a fertilizer company.
Though on retrospect perhaps they are right: I seem to be an expert in bullshit.
So hosting this instance on #centos was the first real attempt to try an "enterprise-grade" distro, (as opposed to something like #archlinux), hearing from people that "Arch is too unstable for the server" and the like. Just had my #letsencrypt renewal fail, because #centos updates ovverrode the version of pyOpenSSL that it was depending on. That doesn't sound "enterprise-grade" to me.
P.S. Also, certobot's #systemd service didn't stop Nginx before complaining that port 443 is in use. 😞
I hope I can share the result with you.
I did not find much information on the licence, but if I remember correctly @Gargon
said it was put unter some creative commons licence.
#question: To whon should I give credit and how? 🤔 ❓