Recently created a Polywork profile and added some past stuff on it.
Sure it has that corporate art style but it's rather sleek.
Even allows for a custom domain.

@wholesomedonut That's odd to hear since I was always under the impression that AMD works basically perfectly in Linux and MacOS.

Looks like I will need to do some more research before I finally decide

Considering flipping a RTX 2070S to get a RX580 since it has better compatibility in Linux and MacOS.
Luckily the price of the 2070S rose but so did the RX580.
A friend said to not pay more than 150€ for the RX580 but I'm seeing them go for like 300€.
Be damned silicon shortage

@TheFuzzStone have you read the FAQ over at the researchers site?

It explains that it really isn’t that bad unless the device has already been compromised.

@blueberry it took NetBeans roughly and hour or two to pull all the Maven deps for a monorepo at work. Luckily that’s only a one time per machine thing.

@abloo @uwucookie DNS. Though I also have a domain on the Cloudflare registrar and 2 sites on Pages.

@hund @uwucookie since I have domains with multiple registrars I found it tedious to have to log into different ones to edit records. That’s why I just threw all the name servers over to Cloudflare. More handy to have everything in 1 place.

@uwucookie I use Namecheap or OVH and then put the domains behind Cloudflare so they're all in one place.
OVH seems to be quite adored for their wide selection. Though I find Namecheap cheaper at time.

I've been meaning to setup a VPN server on a VPS but can't decide between Wireguard and OpenVPN. Both seem to have iOS, Android, MacOS, Linux, and Windows apps so they're the same on that regard. I also read that Wireguard allows you to access server side ports bur couldn't find anything about OpenVPN allowing it.

Thanks for the input.

@Mundon Have you tried ShareX before and if so how does it compare?
I personally opt for ShareX on Windows since I can store screenshots and videos on my own servers or just local and to clipboard.

@ghost_letters Ty for the recommendation. Will surely try it since I see an NPM and Hex library for it.

@ghost_letters I presumed it was used for configuration since they include this in their landing page "ZooKeeper is a centralized service for maintaining configuration information, naming, providing distributed synchronization, and providing group services." Though personally looking more into it, it seems that etcd would be better for my use.

Been looking at shared configuration solutions. Currently looking at either Apache ZooKeeper or etcd but wouldn’t be opposed to suggestions or opinions.

Personally leaning towards etcd.

Recently made a blog post about installing the Github Enterprise Server as a Proxmox VM. It's rather simplistic but I hope it helps someone


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