Sad to see, that Sony didn't release a a7iii yesterday. Let's hope it's coming in June/July!
It's the best way to learn how #rubyonrails works and if something you want to optimize is already part of rails or can be tuned to work better based on your needs.
It's also a good idea, to check the Gemfile and look up each gem on github to get a glimpse of what it does.
I hope this helps! :)
After a few stressful (and by that i mean totally relaxed days) i have finally the time to continue working on my mastodon search. There are a few things i want to get done before opensourcing it. And by open sourcing i mean: push it to github and let people figure out how to set it up. :D
Ich habe seit gestern meine SSD per PCIe im Mac Pro laufen und das Ergebnis kann sich sehen lassen: https://need.computer/posts/ssd-per-pcie-im-mac-pro.html
@HerraBRE and that's a bad thing? "A+ security" should be absolutely mandatory if you ask me. Of course, hardening a server is much more important, but people need to start somewhere. Instance admins with the technical skills will harden their servers. And smaller instances, aren't really that big of a target. It all boils down to what the threat level really is. If you want to safe people from getting their accounts hacked in open wifis, https is a good way to start.
@HerraBRE sure, but there is no measurable value for backup security.
Providing a good SSL rating at least implies that the admin knows how to setup a webserver correctly. If an instance does not even get an A+ rating, why should the admin care about backups?
I get your point, but if someone goes so far to setup a working HTTPS connection, one can conclude that he cares about backups too.
@blinry theoretisch ja, aber ich fand die Idee ganz nett, wenn man eine Möglichkeit hat, über alle Instanzen zu suchen. Weil du ja eigentlich "lokal" nur dann die Daten durchsuchen kannst, wenn die Instanzen auf irgendeine Weise mit einer anderen Instanz verknüpft ist (durch einen Follow oder so)