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For anyone interested in graph databases, I can say I've been thoroughly enjoying using OrientDB ( I like it so much that I made a pair of Clojure libraries for using it!

whoneedszzz/orientdb-client (core functionality):

whoneedszzz/orientdb-client-sql (SQL functionality):

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Calling all PC gamers! Let's play together with the community!

Especially would love to get some games together on Tabletop Simulator (!

Linux Sysadmin tip: Find high usage directories with a simple command: `sudo du -h / | grep -P '(\d+\.)?\d+G'`

Since I'm already an AWS user I'm highly considering using CodeCommit. Especially since it's no extra cost and encrypted in transit and at rest. Very cool!

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What do you folks use for self-hosting Git management tools?

Upon closer inspection it may be an issue in systemd-swap.

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Has anyone else had a huge CPU utilization issue pop up with self-hosted Gitlab with the latest update? I'm not seeing reports of it, but it utterly thrashed my server.

Wonderful talk for any programmer/developer/keyboard-smasher

A lot of wisdom packed into this one.

@yarmo The day you accept that Humans have some positive and negative attributes is the day you can live a more relaxed life. These negative attributes people keep talking about have been a part of Humanity for the entire time. They are all based on biases. It's called a "flaw" for a reason. Accept them, do the best you personally can, and move on. You choose the people you associate with.

Just in case it has already happened to you: For an unpacked TAR archive🗄️ no extra folder 📁 is created and the content is mixed with many other files in the same directory? How to clean up this mess⁉️

$ tar -tf Nice_Prog_RC1.tar.gz | xargs rm -r

With 'tar -tf' in :terminal: only the content of the archive is displayed. This list of files is given to 'xargs', which passes it on to 'rm -r' for deletion. On the next try we better unpack the archive into an extra folder.👨‍💻

Just discovered this, sounds freaking incredible.

is an open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO files. With ventoy, you don't need to format the disk over and over, you just need to copy the iso file to the USB drive and boot it. You can copy many iso files at a time and ventoy will give you a boot menu to select them. Both Legacy BIOS and UEFI are supported in the same way. 200+ ISO files are tested.

To those that use tiling window managers - what made you choose that style?

I really wish the Linux kernel devs would stop breaking suspend-to-ram for AMD GPUs. Not being able to have my brand new laptop sleep is super frustrating!

Does anyone have a good alternative to Unifi products? I used to like them, but the quality of firmware updates has gone to shit.

Just got a new Dell (yes a Dell!) Inspiron 15 5000 (AMD Ryzen 7 3700U model). The first thing I did was blow Windows to bits! Installing Arch Linux of course!

If you are a tea lover or would like to explore quality teas you should absolutely check out Vahdam Teas! They offer many varieties and are the highest quality tea I've ever had in my life!

They vacuum seal the tea right after picking it to lock in the flavors and it really shows. They actually drink like a fine wine with layers as you drink it. Even subsequent infusions are still extremely flavorful so you get a lot out of it. Very affordable as well.

Despite the hate that Twitter receives, this is a great move. Hopefully many other companies will follow suit.

I got a tip for you. If in confined spaces, open a window or all of them.

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