@philbaker1 After having 3 inkjets IN A ROW crap out with dried out ink carts, I dropped a chunk of change on an mfc laser printer (a Brother).
It's been two years now and going strong, so I've zero regrets
@brandon I'm honestly just impressed that someone found a mohel willing to circumcise a banana
Strange Emails Climate Scientists Receive And Why People Write Them https://www.forbes.com/sites/marshallshepherd/2019/07/30/strange-emails-climate-scientists-receive-and-why-people-write-them/
@majicjay I've used PIA for 5+ years and had no issues with them yet
@aspittel about as useful as a screen door on a submarine
@amolith still quicker to learn and get up & running than the alternatives like puppet and chef.
Also I may be biased, as a contributor myself
@amolith the one downside to ansible IMO is the uneven pace at which they introduce breaking changes, even across minor versions.
For one particular app (that is admittedly many years old), I've had to update all my playbooks after every few minor (and one major) version updates
@major everything since 2009 has been a terrible mistake
Jump on the Equifax leak claim wagon. You get $125 in the settlement, automatically. ALSO, you can be compensated at the rate of $25 per hour for time spend remediating their fuckup, and only have to provide documentation if you spent more than 10 hours unfucking them. The official claim site is https://www.equifaxbreachsettlement.com/
@gxtony WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THAT
Recently, Github has restricted people from Iran, Syria, and other regions from accessing their private repositories and the static website host Github Pages.
SWATters Target Dozens of Journalists - https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/07/neo-nazi-swatters-target-dozens-of-journalists/
Software developer, tech tinkerer, and chaotic good.
"Limited" on twitter.
Also, just to piss off the pronoun-phobic: he/him
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