If it hadn't been for the third season (+2nd season finale), Star Trek: Enterprise would have been remembered as a decent Star Trek series with some inconsistencies.

But season 3 basically is not much different from Discovery.

Men in Black: International is kind of like meeting old friends. It's a funny movie with a lot of "fan service" at the start.

Of course it's not super complex story lines, but it works just fine.

synaptic is fixed too, but not uploaded yet, as it's waiting for libept.

apt 1.9.0 eoan: Mostly red, but making my way through the apt rdeps. libept should be fixed too now, but it's um, well, binary-NEW

Note that we lost the limit of 10 queues for rred, so if you have pdiffs and more than 10 cores, you'll get more CPU usage.

apt 1.9.0 is landing in eoan-proposed


No Debian link, because it's still waiting to be processed and will then go through binary-NEW before reaching experimental.

Quite enjoyed the Men in Black International movie.

♲ @marcan42@twitter.com: Whoops, @Yubico just scored 31% on the Sony PS3 Epic Fail scale. Collect three signatures from a FIPS Yubikey and you can calculate the private key. www.yubico.com/support/securit…

Mastodon is now usable for normal people thanks to the layout change in 2.9 (disable advanced mode in settings to get it).

It also is not limited to 1/10 of your screen anymore, although I'm not sure the width it has (max 600px) is wide enough (on a 2560px wide screen).

The old banks say the neobanks' security systems are not good enough, and then you read that the fraudulent transactions are caused by people gaining access to the oldbank accounts and their SMS TANs by getting a replacement sim card.

Something like that would be unthinkable for N26. Not sure about Revolut or Bunq, Fidor, and for Solaris Bank, it depends on the actual provider (it's a B2B backend bank for fintechs).

Old banks are blocking transactions to new banks citing security. Then say they only blocked 3 fraudulent transactions so far, for 42k accounts. The truth is: They are afraid of the competition and try to destroy it by using unfair practices.

Nach Betrugsfällen: Volksbank sperrt Zahlungen an N26

Searching for "Europe Europe" on Duckduckgo vs Google is interesting.

Google just gives me the link to the album as the first result (Europe by Europe), whereas DuckDuckGo does not want to - it does link to the band wikipedia page as third result, though.

Europe's Europe is a very rough (less clean sounding) album, as you'd expect from a debut album, but I really enjoy the songs on it.

Bob Seger songs is what I call speaker-only music. The distortions are simply far too annoying to listen to that on headphones, at least after a few minutes.

Of course, you could get headphones without treble and listen on that, but on Beyerdynamic's it not a lot of fun.

P2P credits, Bondora Go & Grow, mintos invest and access. Interesting stuff.

Ever since mypy --strict, Python is an awesome language, even for more complex projects.

Static typing using mypy --strict gives you the ability to refactor code more easily, as you'll get breakage at mypy test time, not when running it.

RT @marcdeslaur@twitter.com

@m_wimpress@twitter.com @popey@twitter.com Someone needs to learn what Bookmarks are for...

🐦🔗: twitter.com/marcdeslaur/status

  3 bounces out of 65 mails in 30 days (4%, kick-score is 80%)

Seems my rspamd has reached a good level now that it's rejecting spam from Debian lists. Should probably whitelist bendel.d.o from rejecting eventually, but it's not going to do much good right now, as it would bounce when forwarding to Gmail.

So email, basically I have 4 buckets of mails:

- debian
- ubuntu
- foss (the rest...)
- personal

Now, I think I basically need/want 4 INBOXes for that, and 4 archives, and probably also a separate Trash for each of them. hmm, that's not going to work well on mobile I guess.

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