It occurs to me that I never introduced myself on Fosstodon. I'm a 40-year-old guy from Pittsburgh, PA who's been using Linux for 20 years now. I've been a professional sysadmin since 2007 and generally don't need docs to get most of my job done any more. I've used almost all of the big distros and a bunch of the smaller ones.
Besides that, I'm interested in science, philosophy, political theory, history, rare coins, and written sci-fi.
I always found #gnupg fun and interesting. But I have nothing to sign or encrypt to make use of it. I guess that works out ok since I sure wouldn't want to have to back up those keys properly.
I feel that socialist answers to climate / ecological problems do not likely work. And only the libertarian / capitalist answers might work. But those only work for the 1% types. So, my prognosis for the future is that rich people escape the earth, leaving us normal folks to die here.
It makes me glad I don't have kids. And maybe I'm just plain wrong.
https://xkpasswd.net/ sure is great. For all those passwords you will have to type by hand and also need to meet stringent password strength requirements.
@kaniini reminds me of Theo DeRaadt from OpenBSD. And that's intended as a compliment.
This blog post I found states the problem so wonderfully. Unfortunately, his solution is only theoretical.
Keepass (any version) on Linux users: How do you handle the syncing to multiple devices? Syncthing? Doesn't it confuse the software when the file changes underneath it? Doesn't it bug you not to have a copy in the cloud (= safely offsite)?
Additionally, does anybody have a good experience using keepass on ChromeOS? Support seems lacking there.