Instapaper vs. Pocket vs. Wallabag? #readitlater
Finally finished setting up the new backup server for sr.ht. 52 TB of ZFS goodness with daily automatic snapshots. Now fielidng real-time postgresql replication (which is suitable for use as a failover database as well), and taking hourly backups of git.sr.ht, 2,500 miles from the primary datacenter.
I was *pretty* confident in my redundancy and backup setup before, but now I have no doubt that sr.ht's data isn't going anywhere.
Worth a blog post on the subject?
"This release fixes several outstanding bugs in bash-4.4 and introduces several new **bugs**. The most significant bug fixes are an overhaul of how nameref variables resolve and a number of potential out-of-bounds memory errors discovered via fuzzing. There are a number of changes to the expansion of $@ and $* in various contexts where word splitting is not performed to conform to a Posix standard interpretation, and additional changes to resolve corner cases for Posix conformance. " - humor.
Ephemeral for @email@example.com OS is here. #GetItOnAppCenter https://medium.com/@cassidyjames/introducing-ephemeral-5105e3a1aa10
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Want to know which manual describes what you're looking for?
$ man -k any=ulimit
Want to open it right away?
Want to read a manual starting at your tag of interest?
$ man -O tag=ulimit ksh'
Want to find the right manual *and* jump ahaed?
$ man -O tag=ulimit -a -k .=ulimit
Want to avoid redundance but still do lookup, opening and scrolling in one go?
$ man -akOtag .=ulimit
This now works as (I) would expect thanks to Ingo's help: https://cvsweb.openbsd.org/src/usr.bin/mandoc/main.c?rev=1.219&content-type=text/x-cvsweb-markup
@write_as hey matt, are you planning to support 2fa?
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Why is a user's `$HOME` directory shortened to "~"? Because "~" and "Home" shared the same key on an ADM-3A keyboard. Also influencing vi/vim: H/J/K/L double as the arrows and the colon doesn't need SHIFT, making it more convenient.
@hund I would like to recommend that you check out https://openbsd.amsterdam cheap way to learn bsd 😉
@Tutanota something wrong with your login server?
@mischa Heya, I often get a temporary error on your email address.
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