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cybre:uranther #012.018

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Hello! 你好! ¡Hola!

My name is :wide_j:
I am a cybre-gongfu artist.

Ready to all the :cybre_glitch: :psyduck:
I by building systems for the

Buddhist guy practicing , and ,
I also like drinking tea, playing go, enjoying art and nature.

Some of you I know already, and others I may :florp: your good content.
Feel free to stop by and say hi - challenge and debate -
If not, you're still great!

☮️ :cybre: ☯️

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Recent events have increased my fervor for free, open, decentralized, secure, privacy- and -aware solutions.

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Before I have brought up my dislike of finding FOSS projects using Slack as a primary communication channel. I also want to express disdain for projects using Discord as well. But I would like to go one step further.

No FOSS project should make a proprietary service a primary communication channel, ever. It excludes those who do not want to risk their privacy being exposed, excludes those to do not user proprietary software, and does not fit with the principles of something like Mastodon.

Okay you all convinced me. I installed OpenBSD and FreeBSD on some old hardware.

Internet, 2002; claiming that you're over 18 so that websites will let you in.

Internet, 2018: claiming that you're under 16 and in the EU so that websites cannot track your data

Do Fucking Backups
410,757,864,530 DEAD INSTANCES

seriously do your backups. things get broken and deleted very easily. and store them on a different server. at home or on s3 or backblaze or even google drive. many good software: duplicity, borg, ... daily is reasonable but even monthly is better than none. and check them once in a while. if you operate something just have backups. it's important.

I'm really liking the work done on #peertube, I spent my morning workout and breakfast listening to music videos on

@cypnk @tinker @Shufei It's depressing that THIS is what FLOSS software is supposed to be aspiring to.

FLOSS should aspire to be so compelling that businesses are willing to put in the effort to switch.

Tired: "Bug fixes and performance enhancements"

@ajroach42 @paulfree14 @seanl

This is why I want to develop open infrastructure. If we produce the necessities of life ourselves, we don't have to charge money for it.

Man, I've got to get away from Gmail. I don't need to see fucking AARP ads in the mobile app.

@feld @Kensan @uranther @h

It's really hard to articulate. The best I can come up with is reconciling "think globally, act locally".

I'm tire but instead of sleep I'm flashing Raspbian Lite to my Pi

Man, all the stuff that people say they don't like about #IRC (no persistent connection, no notifications, no embedded images) are precisely the things I like the most about it.

We don't have to be all the time online, notified, and imaged.

H-yuge update from jsg@openbsd on getting radeondrm updated to Linux 4.4.129.

Lots of new APUs and GPUs now supported

Would you rather re-create in , or strip out and replace dom0? :thounking:

gonna get ready for bed and halt work for the night on my workstation