codeHaiku :fosstodon: boosted

I hate to ask, but here goes.

I'm looking for a role as a . or . Preferably where I have previous work ex from.

I've been looking a while and nothing with the right fit has come along. Work life balance is super important. If UK, happy to work completely in your timezone!

My site is rusingh.com and I'm happy to email you my CV/resume. Will start immediately once we're on the same page. 💯

please?

How many instances/communities are you a member of?

codeHaiku :fosstodon: boosted

If you are or are not a user, please consider taking the signal user survey. Signal does not collect analytics on their users to respect privacy and I appreciate them transparently asking for the feedback instead. More information on their blog entry: signal.org/blog/signal-researc

Link to survey: surveys.signalusers.org/s3/03f

Also, if you haven't tried signal in the last year+ they have made significant user experience improvements (new features, ease of use, stability).

If you want with , you have to do a clean install. An upgrade keeps the existing file system in place. Trust me, I just went through this.

I am looking to implement some basic server monitoring software for 3-4 servers. Is still the best option for this?

How can I set my default terminal in to be instead of ?

Anyone else noticing a lot of latency and glitchiness on Mastodon?

In just a matter of days, will be released with support for . I have never been as excited for a new release of as I am for this one!

So, here comes a controversial statement:

The distro and others might be based on , but they are NOT the Arch experience of installing and building a system based on customizations. All users of distros existent upon Arch should at least try to install Arch at some point during their experience. Otherwise, it's like riding a bicycle with training wheels and never venturing to remove the training wheels. After all, the "bi" in bicycle means 2, not 4...and Arch means freedom.

Just started learning . Compared to the last language I learned just last month: , the language seems dead simple to understand and reads fluidly. I am excited about learning and using for future endeavors.

Is the reliably usable as a phone with calling and texting capabilities?

At work we are decommissioning an server and replacing it with an server. The biggest gains have been thanks to . It wasn't around 8 years back on . Now we can perform mounts dependent on the network after network connectivity is established, launch custom scripts, and have automated email status alerts. The persistence of a well-written systemd unit and service is truly amazing and has improved our servers' capabilities, reliability, and uptime.

codeHaiku :fosstodon: boosted

Ever since I was transferred to this new department, work has been awesome. I am getting paid to learn , , and . Also, playing around with servers and in a professional environment sure makes the day go by faster. My whole IT career thus far has been and shops that solely run . This new change is a welcome refreshment.

codeHaiku :fosstodon: boosted

Is there an open source alternative to TeamViewer? I tried many and are quite comolicated but I have to admit that TeamViewer is simple and easy.

I suppose the difference between old school fascists and modern day fascists is this:

The old school fascists were devoted to their countries and were truly nationalistic.

Modern day fascists are devoted to themselves and their own wealth. They could care less about country or state.

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