I'm seriously considering getting Comcast Business internet. 150 down and ~25 up, no monthly usage limit, dedicated frequency so no interference from neighbors, 4hour max downtime SLA, 4G fallback during downtime, plus a static IP address.
Then I can donate all my unused bandwidth to the tor project.
Things I want out of a Linux distribution:
* Damn near 1 click install for average user
* Prebuilt, 1 click install for software
* Ability to fetch source for installed software
* Source code is in a VCS with patch support and multiple upstreams
* 1 click recompile and install from source
Would it be unreasonable to ask that those binaries be reproducible?
TIL: apt-get source, and it's all I've ever wanted out of a Linux distribution.
A manifesto for climate change in the Age of Humans: https://www.ecomodernism.org
Just got the Unix sticker pack from stickermule, excitement intensifying!
So incredibly excited to be back in Carbondale for this years HackSI!
Made a nifty little unix tool for validating state against a regular expression mid-pipe.
I.E. `curl http://some.untrusted.json | jq '..value' | validate '[a-zA-Z]' | sensitive_command`
This is real. Title 1, Chapter 1, § 1.
I’ve found myself on Cornell’s law website 3 times today for unrelated reasons. It’s a really great resource.
Fighting back against the entropy of the universe by building highly structured systems that power the hive mind of humanity.
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