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i predict a business opportunity providing secure multi-tenant ES hosting for mastodon users

would be good if it wasn't so clunky. I'm not sure if it is the protocol, the implementation or an overloaded server on

so how does namespacing/prefixing work with Elastisearch+Mastodon, can I use the same cluster for two separate Mastodon instances?


Don't ask me why, but I just read

Am I the only one feeling nostalgic? Remember when we were our own worst enemies? Also, remember why we put up with RMS? ^_^

400% speedup of part of git-annex accomplished after 4 days of work. But it'll be more over high latency connections, I hope.

Been spending some time on the net-snmp bugs in the bug tracker. There are some very very old (10 years) bugs there that I have closed as they appear to be upstream ones and there have been many releases since.

That means I can concentrate on the remainder much easier.

I just committed this to #OpenBSD -current:

Back in the history of time, IPv4 had classes of addresses. This was widely acknowledged as a failure. At the same time IPv4 classes were declared a
failure, #IPv6 decided to add
them back because using a mac address for IP address configuration was easy.

Now that we have RFC7217 support we can remove this artificial limitation: allow non-/64 prefixes to be configured by SLAAC.

#networking #ietf

On that topic, @Mainebot wrote this today:

Replacing the Pillars of the Internet: A brief overview of current efforts and innovations in the decentralization movement on the World Wide Web.

"If for one minute you think you're better than a sixteen year old girl in a Green Day t-shirt, you are sorely mistaken. Remember the first time you went to a show and saw your favorite band. You wore their shirt, and sang every word. You didn't know anything about scene politics, haircuts, or what was cool. All you knew was that this music made you feel different from anyone you shared a locker with. Someone finally understood you. This is what music is about." -Gerard Way

Two employees of the BOM (Australian Bureau of Meteorology) being investigated for using BOM computers to mine

At least it's not a nuclear power plant.

how you #developers know your software is ready for a v0.1? when it's v0.5, when v0.9?
i think it's close to be shown, but everyday i have a new feasible idea to this first "suite of tools" of mine πŸ˜‚

#100origami #origami
45/100: another koi fish, also designed by Riccardo Foschi.
"Slightly" harder to fold than yesterday's, and a bit more realistic, but as beautiful & graceful.

is getting close to a 3.3.13 release. Just doing the last call for code changes before it goes off to the translation project for the po file updates.

Hiveway announces it's shutting it's doors

AFTER raising 108k dollars in ETH

With nothing more than a page of faces, a single blog post, a free Masto instance, a website, and a compelling PDF.

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Ok, so.
Anyone have some good low end GNU/Linux games that'd run on a thinkpad

No steam obviously

why is it communists are always surprised when someone co-opts a distributed system for capitalism?

there's nothing magical about distributed systems that prevents this...

what do you think the Internet is?

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