Never seen something that bad for more than 3 hours in Azure infra:
Rant on #mastodon & lists
I'm still thinking the requirement on follow someone to be able to added to a list is stupid.
I want lists to have my timeline as short as I please and then have multiple lists to switch and read when mood, interest or whatnot comes along.
Is this only #mastodon or something configurable by instance?
I hate to ask, but here goes.
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 https://rusingh.com and I'm happy to email you my CV/resume. Will start immediately once we're on the same page. 💯
Apps targeting Android SDK 30 published by F-Droid cannot yet be installed on Android 11. This affects at least FairEmail, Netguard, OpenVPN and a few others.
You might want to hold up upgrading your device to Android 11 for a few weeks if you rely on any of these apps.
As a developer, you might want to hold up upgrading targetSDK to 30 for a bit.
The issue is tracked here, including a workaround for getting your data back from FairEmail in case you already fell into this trap.
I've decided to change the name of my new Arbitrary Stats System, because the acronym was inappropriate. It's now called Arbitrary Roleplaying Stats Engine.
I love this answer https://developers.login.gov/faq/
Can we turn off two factor authentication?
And that's how it should be answered.
As IDP in a SSO context that's the only acceptable answer: NO, the SP can't and shall not be able to disable user's 2FA.
My choice in email service migadu.com has just announced starting on Oct 1st, 2020 they are "Sunsetting the free plan", meaning we all need to be paid customers.
I don't feel attacked nor bad about this change of direction, they used to have their "Unlimited Evaluation" trial. Not anymore.
By Oct I will be a paid customer. For sure. I'm OK with that. I'll continue supporting them
They forgot to make public their communication, but I fixed that:
The Mozilla layoff is terrible - not only for the former workers, but also the web at large.
If we are concerned about the future of a more private & secure web, without a monopoly - we might want to double-down on our support of Mozilla to ensure that more people keep their jobs.
Let's work to oust any leadership without the vision we all need for a better web.
pkg.go.dev is more concerned with Google’s interests than good engineering
I should also add this was one of the things that helped Linode in my decision to move all to them at least for 8 to 10 months from now.
using OSS since 1997, collaborating to OSS since 2001.
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