Seems #letsencrypt is down? Can't get permission from The Authority to set up a thing that needs a cert.
There we go, an Alertmanager webhook -> #xmpp pubsub module for #prosody
Finally managed to test my WIP alertmanager webhook receiver for #prosody and it sorta worked. Maybe I'll even publish it ... one day.
And this was `wget --continue` even. Works with curl tho 🤷
Trying to validate download resumption support in the new XEP-0363 implementation, instead I find a wget bug.
The blabber.im #XMPP server shuts down tomorrow.
Although we're now in the final hours, I've been working all week towards something to help. I've put up an initial version of a web-based XMPP account migrator at https://migrate.modernxmpp.org/
It's rushed and still a bit rough round the edges right now, but I really hope it is useful to people who still have data and contacts to migrate before blabber.im goes offline.
If you use it, let me know how it goes! 🙂
I run Firefox ESR on Debian stable. How do I sync passwords with another laptop, also running Firefox ESR on Debian stable?
There's no way to export, it was added in the version after this ESR. And even then, there does not appear to be any way to import exported logins?
Not going to get some Mozilla cloud account to move some text ~1 meter across my desk.
Gajim Development News: This month brought some fixes for themes and spell checking. Development on the new Gajim version made a big step forward: file previews are working again, and they look even better now.
The recent news of blabber.im's shutdown is unfortunate for many. This kind of event is why we are working on account migration tools for #XMPP ( https://docs.modernxmpp.org/projects/portability/ ). We believe it should be easy for people to move between providers.
It is also why we are working to make self-hosting easier so more people can own their communications: https://snikket.org/service/
Does XMPP stuff, mostly Prosody and Prosody accessories. Occasional consultant.
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