I only got as far as Trig in college, so maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see how this makes mathematical sense. I do see the pattern, though.
I just ventured into the Federated timeline for a moment and realized just how appropriate the word "toot" is for what's coming out of some people.
Nice job on the Fosstodon design.
Ironically, Project Gutenberg, the US-based repository of public domain ebooks, which is named after a German printer, is blocking access from Germany because of a copyright issue in the German courts over a few of its books.
I love #Wikipedia.
Maybe the user for backup is different than you think it is, like it is ftp or daemon or something. I go through this dance installing WordPress in XAMPP all the time. Usually I forget to write permissions for group, though.
Are you sure that www-data is the group for the directory and that group has write permissions?
I'm rewatching Doug Crockford's Monads and Gonads video. I thought I'd heard that sentiment about explaining monads before.
Welcome back to Linux. On Debian-based systems the apt command has pretty much replaced apt-get and aptitude has some nice features. So my advice is to take some time to learn those on the command line.
Someone shared this article a while back:
By the way, I have nothing against the Linux Mint project. I was a longtime user. I may try their Debian edition someday. I just wanted to work with plain Debian for a while. And we all draw lines in different places, and at different times, but I decided those actions by Canonical showed their true colors, so I bailed.
Since @vancha mentioned RISC-V the other day, I've been interested in the architecture. If you can read Spanish or Chinese there's a free pdf download of "The RISC-V Reader" at riscvbook.com.
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I don't have a lot of data on my phone, but I did lose text messages and my call log.
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