This page aggregates together stuff having to do with Joey from elsewhere on the net.
Not only aquired, Gitorious is going away end of May. Manual migration needed even if you decide to roll over to GitLab. Not much time.
(I hear they may be uploading 4 tb of git repos to archive.org.)
Does Gitorious include a bug tracker?
(Here's the English version: https://zgrimshell.github.io/interviews-with-floss-developers-joey-hess/)
I put up a tor entry node a while ago. It's relaying around 1 TB a month, so I've had to throttle it back to 400 GB/month. Awesome!
I'm in the public library, in the USA, and outgoing SMTP connections are MITM'd, and STARTTLS is filtered out.
joey@darkstar:~>telnet kitenet.net smtp Trying 22.214.171.124... Connected to kite.kitenet.net. Escape character is '^]'. 220 kitenet.net ESMTP Postfix (Debian/GNU) STARTTLS 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized
Compare with the same command run from elsewhere.
Amazing. I don't know where to start. Well, other than configuring my laptop's MTA to force use of TLS so this downgrade attack doesn't work, and bringing up my ipv6 tunnel or tor to bypasses this.
When a politician acts in an apparently stupid way, like claiming that "this snowball disproves global warming!", it's probably more useful to consider why they're doing that, rather than just point and laugh at teh stupid.
They might, for example, be a sociopath who is busy lying to a certain set of people in a carefully calculated way..
Or may be just on the payroll of certain corporations and happy to say anything their bosses suggest. Well, maybe that is pretty stupid, but a lot of generally non-stupid people seem to behave that way..
Managed to get across the mountain to the store and packed back in a week's worth of groceries, ahead of this evening's snow storm.
Four more inches of snow?! I'm getting tired of lentil soup and kilbassa.
15 minutes hike to the car, then 30 minutes shoveling it out (with 2 neighbor's help), and then the half hour+ trudge back up the hill.
Enough of that, back to reading about other people walking. http://carrotquinn.com/pct-2013/
Ah, LambdaMOO! I ran a play server for a while in the late 90's, before I wrote my own 2 MOO engines.
Last time I logged into the server, it felt like a ghost town compared to my brief experiences in the old days.
SPJ talks are the best
Michi makes chittering noises at birds, and tries to imitate their cries. She seems torn between "play" and "kill".
Best when the milk and maple syrup are very lightly folded through.
Was NOT expecting to wake up to over a foot of new snow this morning!
Forecast was a few inches, changing to rain that would melt it.
Still coming down..
Will it reach the ground from the grape arbor?
The latter, since I didn't really think ahead.
On the plus side, my it's nice to use a toilet that's not below freezing! Although I keep seeing beautiful birds sheltering in the outhouse overnight.
Managed to slide the car down the driveway and got to town.. When I return I will have to leave the car by the road and hike the half mile back home.
I've been using sqlite for 2 days and just finished reporting a bug I found in it, complete with a test case.
Seems that early in a database connection, a SELECT can fail with BUSY. This is never supposed to happen in WAL mode, even if there are concurrent writers.
I suppose that will be added to its legendary test suite. http://www.sqlite.org/testing.html
@tekk to avoid write caching, the attacker can hit random urls on the web server. Should work as long as it's serving actual files from disk. May need to make strategic use of subdirectories to avoid VFS caching. Or, just make the period be hours, not minutes, so caches go stale.
I also wonder about attacks involving DMA...
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