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I just realised my intro went when my instance crashed all those months ago.

Anyhow, hello (again) I am developer and a programmer including and I write stuff in and

Besides my interests include bike riding, or and reading, mostly There is also a starting interest in

My day job is a senior working on some very large and strange computer networks.

@Gargron hey i invited Barack Obama to mastodon and i sort of name dropped you. If he comes knocking be cool

The difference altitude above the horizon makes. M70(L) was only about 6Β° above the horizon when this photo was taken on Sunday. On the same night M72(R) was about 26Β° above the horizon. The difference in quality is due to the amount of air the light had to get through. #astrophoto

omg there ARE more posts!!!!!!

That art!

"In the Realm of Fantasy", those images effed me RIGHT UP

bearalley.blogspot.com/search/

Gee what was that little movie with the spinning space wheel thing just before 1970.

No Stormtroopers here! Won't be any for another seven years.

The hardest thing to learn about programming was to stop programming like I only have 64kb of RAM.

β€œForgive me, father, for I have sinned.”
β€œWhat sins have you committed, my child?”
β€œI keep singing Barenaked Ladies songs.”
β€œHow long has it been since you last confessed?”
β€œIT’S BEEN β€” ”

gentle.town is a new, generalistic instance that is looking for friendly users willing to be part of a local-oriented community.

we run the lightweight masto fork Hometown that @darius mantains. hello, #mastoadmin and fediverse at large!

OH NO! CARMEN SANDIEGO HAS STOLEN YOUR idea for a blockchain startup!

It’s duckling season at work again, and this morning I found a group of four just near the parking station I park in.

These are Australian Wood Ducks.

#bird #duck #ducklings #AustralianWildlife

Hey all, just thought I'd share - Python programming bundle available from No Starch Press, check it out. For $8 I got ten books. I'm going to use Python to decode ciphers! I'm a fan of No Starch and it seems like a good deal #infosec #python

humblebundle.com/books/python-

So I started to work on the new snmp packages that use net-snmp 5.8

The snmpd daemon fails to start and initial debugging shows it attempting to bind to UDP port 161 *twice* ; which is why it bugs out.

So next part of the puzzle is why twice?

re: recommended IP block 

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