Work convos while waiting on people to log into their users
"I mean, I know I could make a manual directory, and then go into the registry to point it, but that is just too much work."
I.T. coworker: "Yeaaaa I thought about that once too, sadly that is as crazy as trying to just reset their passwords or even setting up a temporary roaming profile. Sadly the only solution is waiting."
"Isn't the entire reason we have remote access onto every computer on the facility and a MOE to have high speeds from across the state due to us being unable to wait?"
coworker: "Yea pretty much."
Finally convinced a business to replace half their switches.
They had a gigabit Ubiquiti router. Which plugged into 2 10/100 switches.
Those then plug into other 10/100 switches, until plugging into a gigabit at the spot where the Unifi AP sits.
No wonder despite being fiber they get 20 to 30 Mbps
"...As far as I’m aware, Waterfox has never been listed anywhere as a privacy tool, and rightly so. It is a privacy conscious web browser. Some users seem to have taken news of Waterfox’s funding to spell the end of what Waterfox never was; I just hope people keep a level head and try and rationalise things. There’s nothing more I can do in that regard, I am only human."
The community killed the goose that laid the golden eggs
In that regard, I'm glad Mozilla is as dense as it is sometimes
From that same blog by the author:
"I never wanted Waterfox to be a part of the hyper-privacy community. It would just feel like standards that would be impossible to uphold, especially for something such as a web browser on the internet. Throughout the years people have always asked about Waterfox and privacy, and if they’ve ever wanted more than it can afford, I’ve always pushed them to use Tor. Waterfox was here for customisations and speed, with a good level of privacy."
Good level = none
Ĝenerale hodiaŭ belis la tago kaj klare videblas, ke la naturo nun iom post iom revekiĝos ĉi tie.
Image from page 15 of "Bulbs and plants : autumn 1905" (1905)
Dino 0.1 is released! 🎉
Dino is a secure and open-source application for decentralized messaging. It uses the XMPP (“Jabber”) protocol and is interoperable with other XMPP clients and servers. We aim to provide an intuitive, clean and modern user interface.
Release blog post: https://dino.im/blog/2020/01/dino-0.1-release/
Names Lily, Mahu'wahine
Love to mess around with Raspberry Pis and Arduinos
Linux user on main system
IBM 5155 owner and fiddler
Will add more as needed
Cybrespace is an instance of Mastodon, a social network based on open web protocols and free, open-source software. It is decentralized like e-mail.