The fediverse is a public forum.
Your posts are only as secure as the admins of every instance that your home server federates with, in terms of private and followers-only messages.
If you're going to talk about sensitive information, keep it to Signal or other secure 1-on-1 channels.
Assume that everything you post to the fediverse, is being scooped up by multiple gov agencies around the world.
The Milan scrape was only notable because they made their findings public.
If a university scraping feeds did it, it's safe to assume other, bigger organizations have been doing it for much longer.
My music drive is acting up, too. *checks HDD prices online* Damn, those things got affordable!
Good thing the dude that rear-ended my car three months ago, or rather, their insurance, still owes me some, uh, well over two thousand.
(Had to quickly disable some debug/SQL logging because of a permissions thingy, but the updated defaults should just work. I think.)
Just set up a new, working Docker-powered Aperture/Watchtower/Camo instance with these exact instructions! 😆 Main thing still missing, except maybe better docs, is an example NGINX config.
Created this gist (https://gist.github.com/janboddez/7967963c166377f8982572d3aa485ac2), which happens to also strip _all_ HTML, but we'll eventually fix that.
I removed the gargle analytics code from erambler.co.uk before the holiday and haven't missed it. I never thought to check how many readers I had anyway.
Now it's time to get rid of disqus to excise the last of the tracking code and I'm strangely resistant. It's been 4 years since someone last commented but I still feel like I *want* people to validate me by commenting. #IndieWeb #staticsite #egoism #surveillancecapitalism
Let’s see if I can get “Webmention comments” on my earlier post on how to modify my Mastodon crossposter’s behavior to include a bit of context, too, like the pingbacks of yore.
Statamic’s “Why?” page, oh my. Why would anyone _need_ Advanced Custom Fields? I’ve never used it. Adding meta boxes is darn easy—somewhat repetitive, I guess, but easy. (And adding bare custom fields even easier. Pretty much comes down to `update_post_meta($post->ID, 'whatever_custom_field_name', $some_value)`.) #wordpress
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