Well, i am stupid. I deleted my private key in order to test my chezmoi/bitwarden template but forgot that i am not able to pull from my repository without the key. :D What a #fail
A wonderful way to sync your private keys with bitwarden and chezmoi: https://dev.to/jmc265/using-bitwarden-and-chezmoi-to-manage-ssh-keys-5hfm
The old citywall of Hattingen, with a modern installation to show where the old gatehouse was. #oldandnew
"I can tell you upfront, [blockchain]’s a bizarre journey to nowhere. I’ve never seen so much incomprehensible jargon to describe so little. I’ve never seen so much bloated bombast fall so flat on closer inspection. And I’ve never seen so many people searching so hard for a problem to go with their solution."
Opt-in should always be the default. You should never force your users to become active if they do not want something.
You do not get responsible users if you shove stuff down their throat because you can somehow spin the narrative into them wanting the stuff.
Instead you should focus on educating your users and explain them why they should update, why you added that new feature.
One could argue that you also should provide huge new features as plugins so that the user can decide to use it.
Studying Computer Science
Interested in: DevOps, Linux, F(L)OSS and Education
Fan of containers and nixos
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