Happy belated #WanderWednesday everyone!
Here is the "edible edition" featuring #under1000 sites with "edible" names:
Negotiators between Parliament, Commission and Council will now create a text based on this terrible proposal. But there's still one more vote in Parliament, probably early next year before the EU elections. Tell your MEPs, and tell your country's governments to #SaveYourInternet
It is kinda sad actually 😢
A poweroutage caused a catastrophic failure in my environment. All data is lost.
Well, it was only a well used searx instance and a debian, raspbian, cygwin, linux mint, linux-libre and QubeOS mirror.
Currently redeploying it on a new place!
The Mirror and searx is down atm.
All it costs to fulfill the average person's needs for digital services is a $5 per month VPS instance. It's even cheaper if you buy a single board computer and host your services at home.
We've been letting companies steal our personal data and sell it to the highest bidder and destroying democracy in the process all to save what? A coffee a month?
This is one of the worst deals in history.
Well, I should have done this earlier.
In case anybody wonders: CLINL is going it's way. We are currently implementing memory paging.
Seems like this instance has some problems with federation at the moment, we are investigating the issue.
Taking a break from 'social' media is one of the best things ever. I'll probably extend the twitter-break.
CEPH is pretty cool actually, but it still takes almost 100% of my brainpower to understand how it actually works...
0: My brain is underpowered (most likely)
1: Ceph is complex
@admin @v0idifier As mentioned in https://masto.host/privacy/ the only information that is logged from my end is the IP of the requests from the last 90 days. I didn't disable it because it comes in handy when trying to identify spamming activity.
Besides the data stored is the one generated by Mastodon and that I really don't look into unless there is a problem but do let me know if you have any specific question.
Hmmm, going to buy a .pa domain for a nice project that I am going to announce in the coming month!
Linux is like pizza - everyone likes it different and you can have it as you want! This community strives to connect developers, sysadmins, network technicians or any other person who is interested in technology. As the name suggest, we do like Linux We also provide a mirror for various distros and a hosted searx instance for anyone to use: https://mirror.linux.pizza/ https://searx.linux.pizza/