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@Kensan @brynet do you need to be taught how to make pizza? I am happy to share my recipe if need be. I am totally non-judgemental on topping, even Hawaiian, if this is what you like.

I love tasting food from all over the world and variants of what I would call “my food” if that is how it is made. I have fond memories of an Ethiopian dish based on rotten meat, amazing Armenian pizza, Lebanese marinated chicken, Peruvian street food and so on.

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@Kensan @brynet the complete recipe:

* fry in butter a finely chopped shallot
* add the mushrooms (I used dried “bolet” which I had previously left in water for 1/2 day),
* add small quantities of the water used to revive the mushrooms while you fry them,
* add a pinch of salt (this causes the mushrooms to release water)
* add fresh cream,
* add 1/2 teaspoon of potato starch,
* lower the fire and simmer until ready.

takes about 30m.

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Was lange währt, wird endlich gut. Mit vielen Monaten Vorbereitung, gehen wir (@daniel0x1F und @c1t) heute mit unserem #Podcast segfault.fm über IT-Sicherheit online. Viel Spaß beim Hören! // via Twitter twitter.com/segfault_fm/status

So after reading through the BSD syspatch toots where (I feel) everybody is back on friendly terms I have an important question: what is the mushroom sauce recipe @cynicalsecurity used and does @brynet have a good pizza recipe?

Let’s lend our friends at @genode a hand and vote for Sculpt OS to be included in distrowatch:

distrowatch.com/dwres.php?reso

Time for some regularly scheduled vulnerability: IBM research Zurich and Northeastern University Boston have done a structured analysis of speculative execution attacks and found . They also “introduce SPECULATOR, a novel tool to investigate speculative execution behavior critical to these new microarchitectural attacks.”

domino.research.ibm.com/librar

Turns out symmetric GBit fiber is actually quite awesome. Internet how it was intended. Thanks Init7!

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#Genode 18.11 is here, in this release we focused on improving quality assurance on various fronts, including static code analysis, on-target test orchestration, and code-coverage measurements.

New features include support for hosting #MirageOS unikernels via #Solo5, a new health-monitoring mechanism, a Genode SDK, an SSH server, and a new window layouter.

Read more at
genode.org/documentation/relea

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Genode 18.11 is out! “Genode 18.11 is focused on improving quality assurance on various fronts, including static code analysis, on-target test orchestration, and code-coverage measurements. Furthermore, it introduces support for Mirage-OS unikernels, a new health-monitoring mechanism, a Genode SDK, an SSH server, and a new window layouter.”

Release notes:
genode.org/documentation/relea

This is quite an impressive (cheap) price:
- Cavium ThunderX, 96 physical cores @ 2.0 GHz
- 128 GB of DDR4 ECC RAM
- 250 GB of SSD
- 20Gbps Bonded Network

For $0.50 per hour.

packet.com/cloud/servers/c1-la

To make their POWER9 systems more accessible, Raptor Engineering have announced the “Blackbird”: a single socket Micro-ATX board with a 4-core IBM POWER9 CPU for $1,174.99.

Bundle with CPU:
secure.raptorcs.com/content/BK

Board-only:
secure.raptorcs.com/content/BK

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@nomadlogic I think it's time "we" create a cooperative to purchase three of these machines and put them in a suitable colocation facility somewhere. sell half the capacity off and distribute the other half to cooperative members. or something of the sort.

it would be nice to have a 'packet.net' with the variety of locations and hourly pricing but just POWER9 machines only.

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For those that are not following IT security that closely: people involved with Spectre, Meltdown and Foreshadow have cooperated and done a „systematic Evaluation of Transient Execution Attacks and Defenses“. In the course they have discovered seven (!) new Spectre/Meltdown-style attacks. They tested their findings on Intel, AMD and ARM CPUs: „we can still mount transient execution attacks that are supposed to be mitigated by rolled out patches.“

Paper:
arxiv.org/abs/1811.05441

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The Rosetsu exhibition at the Rietberg museum in Zurich was very nice and very crowded. I’m happy I went. New inspiration for my own sumi-e attempts. As Nov 4 is the very last day, we caught it just in time. If nothing comes up we might go again tomorrow? The ticket would still be valid. And we can always take a look at the permanent exhibition.
rietberg.ch/
#rosetsu18

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nice, ownme.ipredator.se back up after i found and fixed the issue in my orchestration system (it measured resource usage of too many running unikernels when adding a new policy): github.com/hannesm/albatross/c -- deployment btw via asn.1 encoded elf images contained in client certificates distributed via :D

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