As we have a flood of people: let's have an #introduction.
I'm a pro hybrid author. Yes, I write full-time, not for an employer. You can see my nonfiction at michaelwlucas.com, my fiction at michaelwarrenlucas.com, and general bumpf about me at mwl.io.
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if you live in the US remember to do the http://healthcare.gov thing by tomorrow and remember that most people don't pay anything.
if you're in a strange situation like bug where you don't have a job and aren't sure how much you'll make next year: give a lowwwww estimate and you'll most likely pay nothing to start with. then you can just report income when you get it.
That's it. We are doomed. DOOOOMED.
Any suggestions for a multi-account Masto client?
Regarding the script I was looking for yesterday.
In the spirit of not leaving questions with 'nvm solved' answers on online forums.
sthen@ kindly pointed me at the script again so if anyone needs it it's here:
Other than rewriting the .sh script, how can I avoid the 'Ambiguous output redirect' message when I run this:
echo "cd $fp_scripts_dir && ./newusers.sh 2>&1 | mail -s 'FreshPorts users' firstname.lastname@example.org" | su -fm $fp_freshports_user || rc=3
There was a script to convert letsencrypt/certbot secrets/account details to acme-client format. Does anyone remember what/where it was?
Can you search Mastodon by content warnings?
Since smartwatches can now read your pulse, there should be a feature where it deletes your browser history when your heart beat stops.
"My read of this: Long time ago (Think Conan, not dinasaurs) during the race to make speedier processors, a cpu vendor built a pipeline with a bad stall, and proposed a tremendously hasky workaround. A wizard adopted this into his perl scroll, and failed to reflect later when no compiler adopted the practice. This relic remains at the tail end of some functions in OpenSSL as ".byte 0xf3,0xc3". Banish it straight to hell.
ok mlarkin, others also stared blankly"
WIP release notes: http://subversion.apache.org/docs/release-notes/1.10.html
I wrote most of the new conflict resolver feature over roughly 2.5 years: http://subversion.apache.org/docs/release-notes/1.10.html#conflict-resolver
I hope this feature will make the lives of dark matter programmers (and rusty #FreeBSD devs) out there much easier. They will now rename things and *also* merge branches!
"Where are the dark matter developers? Probably getting work done." https://www.hanselman.com/blog/DarkMatterDevelopersTheUnseen99.aspx