@proactiveservices I already reported it to google, and all the others link were already dead.
And of course I marked it as spam on protonmail
@5uie1 For the ssh key per service, I only do that when the key needs to be shared afterwards, example, continuous integration
@5uie1 I use the same PGP keypair everywhere.
The only keys which I have multiple of is ssh keys, one per machine, and sometimes one per services
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Cancel it. Delete your account. Help your friends delete theirs. Abandon that dumpster fire.
@asier Having dynmap on a separate nginx can be pretty shit to setup.
There is a tutorial on the dynmap GitHub wiki, but it is close to unusable with containers (Which I use)
If you need help I have the configs for it
@poggers69420pogchamplmaololpog I use Husky, because it is the first one I took that looked nice, and I have never changed since I had no problems and it looks quite nice
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