After I set up all my domains with dmarc I'm (naturally) getting those dmarc reports. It's been weeks since I actually opened one of these though and I'm not sure what even to do with them except going "yeah someone is apparently trying to send mail via mail.ru through my domain but I don't know how to make them stop and can't even tell of they're properly rejected" and I kind of don't want to deal with e-mail on an infrastructure level ever, anyway.
Shell customization wouldn't be /that/ much of an annoyance if I didn't use various OSs with differing behavior (macOS, Ubuntu, Raspbian, FreeBSD). Some of them are fine. Some are different than the others.
Let's be honest, it's FreeBSD. Everything is kind of different on FreeBSD. It start's with the lack of homebrew and ends with "something something no glibc but something different and that's why your powerline fonts don't work even though your terminal supports it"
Is anyone else using my #pinafore fork with some additional themes at pinafore.jemu.name?
By now the original pinafore has enough themes I'm happy with that it's not really worth the hassle of maintaining and updating a fork (which I'm bad at due to little experience and admittedly low motivation). If nobody else uses my fork I'll stop hosting it tomorrow. If anyone is using it, I'll still stop hosting it tomorrow, but I'll be apologetic about it.
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