Vielen Dank an alle, die geboostet haben, dass ich auf der Suche nach einem neuen #Linux Admin Job bin, weil meine jetzige Firma nach MS365 migrieren will.
Ich habe bereits einige Hinweise bekommen, aber ihr könnt natürlich gerne weiterhin boosten und Hinweise senden.
Noch kurz einige Eckdaten:
- 50 Jahre
- 20 Jahre Erfahrung Linux, davon 15 professionell als System und Netzwerk-Admin
- Ort: Düsseldorf, westl. Ruhrgebiet und/oder HomeOffice(bundesweit)
SourceHut's PeerTube bootstrap fund: first batch
Google removed @k9mail from the Play Store without prior notice because they objected to the following text in the app description (that has been the same for more than a year):
(People sometimes call K-9: K9, K9 Mail, K-9 Email, K9 Email, K9 E-Mail, k9mail or k9email.)
Was macht eigentlich Julian Assange? Er wurde in einem 15- Minuten-Prozess zu 50 Wochen Haft in einem Hochsicherheitsgefängnis verurteilt, weil er gegen Kautionsvereinbarungen verstieß. Nils Melzer ist nicht der einzige, der das unheimlich findet.
The maintainer of harfbuzz got fucking black bagged by Iran and they're threatening his friends and family
Reminder that git is incredibly simple if you learn it from the inside out instead of the outside in
An object can be a blob, tree, commit, or tag. An object is identified by its ID, which is a SHA.
A blob is just some arbitrary data. Files are represented as blobs.
Trees are a list of blob IDs and other tree IDs, and their names. Directories are represented as trees.
A commit has a tree ID, an author, a date, a parent commit ID (or IDs, for a merge commit), and a commit message.
A reference is just a commit ID. Branches are a kind of reference. The only information which is stored to represent "master" is the ID of the latest commit. To get the commit log, you just follow the parent ID in each commit. To get the contents, you look at the tree ID of that commit. To update master, create a new commit and write its ID to .git/refs/heads/master (which is a plaintext file).
A tag has a commit ID, an author, and a message. It just calls out a specific commit as special, like a release number, and adds a message, such as that version's changelog.
All git commands are just a means of manipulating what is ultimately a very simple data store. If you want to know more about how a specific command works and how it relates to this data store, let me know.
Unfortunately, someone from Russia (Alexey Knyazev) is selling my art as wooden puzzles. First, he sold my Wakeful Wolf without my consent.
I told him to stop selling my art and reported this illegal product everywhere I could. Today I saw that he started selling two other artworks of mine as a puzzle under a different company name.
Please don't purchase any puzzles from "woddopuzzles".
https://instagram.com/woddopuzzles/ or "Alexey Art".
I break stuff.
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