@Hawk1291 I’m nothing if not persistent. Looks like its their high throughput communications system. Linked in to their headsets and all of the different voice loops connecting stations, back room, iss etc. made by Frequentis USA. Case closed :)

@Hawk1291 ah darn! Thanks for asking 😁 Still looking. Haha here is a pretty clear pic from back 2013 or so collectspace.com/news/news-090. Might be some sort of thin client on its own? 😐

Continuing with the NASA technology exploration stumbled back across their software list: software.nasa.gov/ surprised again at how much is open source

@Hawk1291 😂😂 this is important information to know of course! They do have some massive venting on campus 😁

@Hawk1291 I didn’t manage to focus on brand at top :(

Looks like each has POSN #### at the bottom so I think some sort of terminal indicator and 4 lan cables coming out. So I wonder if they login there and triggers some sort of presence at that terminal and brings their phone, console screens to that station?

@ndegruchy Able to try any on standard ports like 443? I've had to do this for a few places like on hotel wifi.

Visited NASA JSC today and got to see the training mission control room. So of course took lots of pictures! All stations had this little box next to their console. Anyone know what it is or what it’s function is? My guess is some sort of identity/security related thing. But want to read more. :)

Tip to sales people out there: include some info / links in cold contact emails. Just asking for a call is not productive. If not interested can save both of us time.

Meetings should only be scheduled with clear agenda and only when necessary.

Maybe I’m the only one? 🙈

Wow... kind of hard to believe

RT @erincandescent@twitter.com

Today it was announced that Yahoo! Groups is shutting down, and taking with it a piece of critical national infrastructure: the Oftel Yahoo Group which is used for managing UK phone number assignments.

Yes, really: See Ofcom's website ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf

🐦🔗: twitter.com/erincandescent/sta

RT @dgryski@twitter.com

"Request smuggling between Amazon ALBs and net/http"

Nice writeup on the security issue that prompted the 1.13.1/1.12.10 releases.


🐦🔗: twitter.com/dgryski/status/118

@ndegruchy @Gina @Limax we’ve had a few implement their own integration in rocket.chat. One did asterisk. But none so far have contributed the code back upstream. It’s definitely something that comes up from time to time that we’d like to make happen

RT @RocketChat@twitter.com

If you missed out our October's AMA, don't worry! 🚀

We have the recording on YouTube so you can watch anytime you'd like: youtube.com/watch?v=Akf0COYymn

If you still have unanswered questions send us a message in our channel and we’ll be sure to respond! 💬

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RocketChat/status/

@codesections wow super simple and cool lookup system with out complexities of dns. Could potentially pair with reverse proxy to rewrite {username}.domain to the header and *.domain dns to d5 to do classic dyndns

@Hawk1291 @Matter it’s one of those things I think so many of us take for granted that we forget to mention it in different documentation as to why one would set up Nginx etc. We just kind of include basic instructions for how

@Hawk1291 not sure you actually need an ip per service. This is where a proxy like nginx would come in so you could hit one ip. But if you really do want an ip per service: linuxconfig.org/configuring-vi virtual interfaces are pretty easy to setup. Then each software you would change the bind ip to the ip of the interface you want it to use.

But I’d really recommend using a proxy. This is typically how one handles multiple services on a single server. That or one ip and multiple ports

#RocketChat has finally been updated to version 3.5.1 on #FDroid. unfortunately this means you'll have to reinstall the app, if you have used an older version:


RT @Erdayastronaut@twitter.com

I had an awesome conversation with @NASA@twitter.com administrator @JimBridenstine@twitter.com yesterday inside @SpaceX@twitter.com's mission control center! We talked about the @Commercial_Crew@twitter.com program safety and timelines, we talk about the Artemis Program and Gateway! youtu.be/TU_vOt3wSDg

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Erdayastronaut/sta

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