My install is complete, just resized the root partition following 's trusty video guide. Any recommendations for ? I typically keep , and to hand, but I'm open to new ideas.

I'll be honest, I don't (yet) understand why so many people hate . Perhaps someone could point me to some good arguments for/against?

Productive day today, mostly tidying up my . Just have some study to do then I'm going to crack open a beer and give a whirl.

Top tip: for those times when you can't into your and you don't want to pull the power, set up a on a '' to inject the keystrokes required for a shutdown or reboot. Recommended links below. Also be mindful to put in good delays between commands. I've found the login process can lag sometimes, and you don't want your script finishing prematurely.

Bad USB: hak5.org/products/usb-rubber-d

Ducky script examples: github.com/hak5darren/USB-Rubb

about and now I'm keen to put one of my old laptops to work. I like the idea of connecting it, closing the lid, putting it out of the way and then experimenting with some and . I presume this would work just as well with a , but then there's the RAM limitations etc.

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When the in your team get new 32GB Core i9 2TB SSD and you're struggling to run Firefox, Outlook and Teams alongside your VM on an old .

@codeberg I recently tried to migrate a repo from GitLab to Codeberg but when trying to view it afterwards I kept hitting a 500 error. Strange as all my others migrated fine. I presume it was a migration issue rather than an issue your end. What are the minimum access permissions needed for read-only migration? If you have any specific migration guides that would be great. Thanks

I need to learn proper and avoid defaulting to console logs, trial and error etc. The temptation to nuke and pave a file is real when it becomes cluttered with commented out failed code. I've already done a short course on debugging, but without frequent practice, key techniques and tools are quickly forgotten.

Any ideas on the most efficient and lightweight method of adding a comments widget to a page.

Aside from the form etc on the , would this just involve securely posting input data with to some kind of or file on the server, then getting it back to display? Thanks in advance for suggestions.

This will be my next challenge after finishing my post tag filtering system.

My () path routine currently looks like this:
- Coffee
- 6am: Read dev-related articles, newsletters or blogs
- 6:30am: on Codecademy
- 7:30am: Develop website or other projects
- 8:30am: Start work

What's your routine?

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So here's my site's code - please be gentle (but not too gentle): gitlab.com/5am/mysite

about nested arrays, their common methods, such as .slice() and .shift(), my .gitignore entries wasn't working because it was cached, and I should push my site's code to a public repo on my so others can see its (and my) development.

Do you have a strategy for added ? How many numbers do you have and what do you use them for? Do you go as far as never giving out your true number?

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@VincentTunru @5am @Zwifi Yes I do :) But I haven't updated it for a long while. I am still using an old version of NSS, but maybe if I did it today I would use CSS. I don't mind so much because I'm the only one using it, I don't host data for anyone else.

You can read about how I did it in my website. Since I wrote that, I haven't changed a single thing: noeldemartin.com/tasks/configu

PS:

NSS - github.com/solid/node-solid-se
CSS - github.com/solid/community-ser

Anyone experimented with self-hosted Pods? I'm excited about the concept behind Solid and other decentralised, sovereign ID solutions, just haven't tried any of them yet.

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