@M0YNG took me a moment to realise you were talking about radio, having spent the last few days tinkering with LibreNMS and Graylog :P

"We moved to GitHub because everyone's already there"

"We shut down the mailing lists because most of our users prefer to use GitLab in their web browser"

"We're rewriting in Rust because we don't really have any non-x86_64 users"

"We're leaving IRC because Discord is more user-friendly"

What all of these arguments have in common is that they exclude people, centralize infrastructure, and eschew free software for proprietary solutions, all in the name of some ill-defined measure of "progress".

RT @DellEMC_CI@twitter.com

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Prove you have what it takes to manage your dream & test your management skills.

Download for free: dell.to/34gCmro

Very satisfying. So long it's been a good run, but I can no longer support a subscription-only revenue model that will lock me out of my edits if I cancel.

Would love to hear from people who set up Multiple Issuing CAs in businesses the reasons certificates were issued on different CAs - by certificate type? department? location? something else? @ me.

Uhh....ok, the latest @firefox@twitter.com update has definitely introduced some memory leaks...2nd time in as many days... Not ok.

Today a learnt of a new "as a service". Metal as a Service (MaaS), made up by Canonical, sits underneath Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Its doing my head in a bit with the layers of abstraction through 'as a service' that can be achieved.

@dadegroot Seriously David, I look at your toots, and am so so envious that you appear just have this natural aptitude to crafting and food that makes me resent my office desk :)

@turboMaCk I think xkcd summed it up best: xkcd.com/927/

These days I kind of wish we could go back to the 90s. IRC for chat/collab, text only email, newsgroups to replace the various flavours of forums out there. etc.

@DC7IA I can think of a particular analogue method, but it's susceptible to MiTM attacks and an expensive pay-per-use revenue model.

For the first time in a very VERY long time I find myself populating bind zone files for DNS.

health 

@jimbob good luck and I hope it isn't! :) Interestingly I have some major abdominal pain the other week that took two weeks to go away. Had tests, came back Clear. Dr and I are none-the-wiser of the cause, though I still think it was an ulcer just by how it felt, how long it took to go away etc...

@criadoperez @swansinflight I didn't forget Darktable :) It's just it's performance was garbage on MacOS, which I suspect is an OpenGL thing as all OpenGL stuff on a Mac is Garbage. Thats a MacOS Thing though, not a Darktable thing.

@swansinflight As an aside, this is a pretty sweet deal too - humblebundle.com/software/be-a

If it wasn't the fact I already have all the software I need, I would be getting this Corel bundle :)

@swansinflight I am a huge fan on On1 - its bridges the gap between LR and PS for compositing. Reasonably polished.
A have work colleague who swears by CaptureOne. On1 also has a 30 day trial.
I looked at Darktable, but it's performance was terrible on my Mac, and there was a lack of mobile app sync.
Biggest issue for me was years of letting LR organise photo locations and relying on catalogs for organisations. That doesn't work in other apps that rely on file structure.

@sidd_harth0_5h4h Yep, the subscription payment is monthly, but you "commit" to a 12 month subscription. if you cancel early, you have to pay out 50% of the remaining months in the 'contract'. Needless to say, I am not amused by that.

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