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If I know you, it's probably a no-brainer accept. If I don't know you, pls send a DM why you want to follow me - or a random detail about you - call it Bot-/Spamprotection ^^'

A fantasy novel called "Pendragon", about a dragon who has a steady job working for the Daily Mail but wants to be a paperback writer.

What do you mean? There is nothing wrong with my code. My spaghetti meets all your standards.

I love how freight companies are always, even if accidentally, very :heart_trans:

Now that code camps are virtual, we should rename them to Sempai as a Service

i love to oppress cis people, nothing brings me greater joy than denying them healthcare from my position of institutional power

TIL: Das NIST hat im April folgende Richtlinien zu inklusiver und diskriminierungsfreier Sprache beschlossen, und die IETF haben sich dem seit gestern angeschlossen: nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/ir/2

types of computers startups 

- "our primary product is a website"

- "our primary product is a website (electron)"

- "i read your front page and i still have no idea what you actually do"

- "i talked to one of your marketers for 20 minutes and i still have no idea what you actually do"

- business model: existing popular startup's business model but focused on an area where it doesn't make sense

- business model: enter a space that regulation hasn't caught up to yet (most of the ones involving computers) and then just do blatantly evil shit that is not yet illegal

- commercialization of a concept developed in the 60s

- commercialization of a 20 year old open source project

OH NO! CARMEN SANDIEGO HAS STOLEN YOUR idea for a new cryptocurrency!

The clock maker studied the plans.
"This is... Not right."
"Can you build it?"
"Of course! But I can't promise it will work."
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It worked, if you were close. Every hour had 61 minutes, every minute 61 seconds.
"48 minutes per day. What will you do with the extra time?"
"Read."

oh wait am I building a software defined network thingy? :O

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oh and it's building a mac table per switch port but not using it yet, had three machines running .. so probably a bit more possible x)

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It does 100MBit/s with a single core, but is CPU bound x)

I mean, for a hacky perl script thats not that bad :D

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Very much like what Qemu already does for type=user network, but outside the qemu binary - with type=socket

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A network switch. In perl

Qemu can connect to it and I plan to add virtual services to it, like a DHCP server for PXE booting

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