Google Shakes Up Its 'TGIF'—and Ends Its Culture of Openness | WIRED
@alexandru_balan if you're waiting for a fully legal open source service that has the big labels, I'm pretty sure that'll never happen. I assume their contracts include language about keeping the platform closed in the name of "security."
#lnav is a log file navigator.
lnav is a program which reads log files and displays their combined contents in chronological order. lnav highlights and colorizes relevant or important information, including actions and errors. lnav understands several log formats, can create timestamped logs from any program output, and can filter by regex or SQL.
Website 🔗️: https://lnav.org/
apt 📦️: lnav
Oh. Oh god.
I'll have a Gin and Tonic on your behalf.
If migration to another service is in the cards, check out Zentyal. I know for a fact that it can run both IMAP and ActiveSync. Compatibility with existing Exchange-aware services would have to be tested, but it may be worth a look.
If you were to ask me what I wanted to become 3 years ago, I'd have said "a software engineer at a big company, like Google, Microsoft or Facebook", because that's "where all the smart people go".
Now, my dream "job" is to work full time on free software. Programmers that don't contribute to free software are doing something wrong. It's not all their fault - the education system prepares us to work in corporations - but it's still a bad thing that we should do something about.
If you're having a bad day, please have ferret https://www.tiktok.com/@friendlyquest/video/6757510969162812677
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