Almost done compiling LLVM 5.0.1 on OpenBSD 6.3 MIPSel (Lemote Yeeong)
took only 5 days
I just want to use the "i3" window manager, but that port has gcc49 and llvm501 as build dependencies :(
Check out my (~15m) talk at @firstname.lastname@example.org where I explain why it's critical that free/libre/open source software projects shouldn't rely on proprietary tools: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_nK6nP_RCY
It's a talk version of https://mako.cc/writing/hill-free_tools.html from 2010. Sadly still relevant.
The Worst Server Setup Mistake You Can Make http://yellerapp.com/posts/2015-01-12-the-worst-server-setup-you-can-make.html
Good read: "Efail: A Postmortem"
The IETF OpenPGP WG needs more participation from real users (same is true for other IETF WG). Participation online (mailing lists, Jabber, Meetecho video casts of meetings) is possible, investment is "time" (not money).
Maybe it is possible to revive the WG with some more care from the PGP user base.
To anybody who used my #Gmail, #Gnus and #GPG Guide: Something seems to have surfaced regarding PGP And GPG, so maybe switch to some other technology such as Signal for the moment.
Understanding the limitations of HTTPS https://textslashplain.com/2018/02/14/understanding-the-limitations-of-https/
Ein paar Bilder vom Vintage Computer Festival Europe 19.0 (VCFE) am letzten April-Wochenende 2018. Unsere Cray Y-MP EL ist auch dabei, die wiegt immerhin stolze 1400kg. Enjoy: https://www.flickr.com/photos/stiefkind/albums/72157695692572704 #vfce #vcfe19 #vintagecomputing
So entstehen Vorträge. Konkret: über die Entwicklung der Cray-2, halten werde ich den kommenden Samstag beim Vintage Computer Festival Europe in München: http://www.vcfe.org.
#RIPE has assigned the last block from the 185/8 space.
This means there are no more pristine IPv4 addresses available in Europe, Middle East, or CIS.
RIPE still has a /9 of issuable space, but that is returned/revoked addresses from LIRs, and from the IANA returned pool.
Starting to scrape the bottom of the barrel for #IPv4.
This includes a number of internal improvements to the language, new examples, and portability improvements to the interfaces.
The source should now be buildable on most systems using GCC 2.95 or newer (tested on Haiku), or CLANG, or TCC.
Get it at https://forthworks.com/retro or gopher://forthworks.com:70/1/retro