@m455b stability is underrated
It took a bunch of coast to coast flights and some weekends and I'm still not happy, but this is as done as it's ever gonna be: 10 kilowords on how and why you can and should learn Common Lisp: http://stevelosh.com/blog/2018/08/a-road-to-common-lisp/
Love too rely on Slack dot com for primary business communications https://github.com/wee-slack/wee-slack/issues/606
Idea for how to set up your own personal pastebin:
1. Make /var/www/pastes/ on server.
2. Points paste.yourdomain.com at server.
3. Have nginx serve content of /var/www/pastes/.
4. alias paste=$'ssh paste.yourdomain.com \'cat > paste && mv paste /var/www/pastes/`sha1sum paste | cut -d" " -f1`\''
That's it that's the pastebin.
@phoe setup>columns >io_(read|write)_rate
Anyone got https://www.passwordstore.org/ working with a Yubikey or something similar? Is https://www.palkeo.com/sys/perfect-password-manager.html a decent approach?
@shinmera Debian stable for my work machine, Ubuntu LTS for my personal one (Debian stable's kernel doesn't support my personal machine's graphics card).
new blog post on some more common lisp macros: http://stevelosh.com/blog/2018/07/fun-with-macros-if-let/
#PSA: The latest release of #pass 1.7.2 fixed a fairly major security hole: In prior versions, if an attacker could write to your ~/.password-store directory, they could exploit a bug in pass' regex to add a new GPG key, potentially granting access to the passwords.
Though rare, it's worth updating ASAP.
deploying my code to prod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skIg83NiEt4&t=3m04s
@phoe Hey, figured I should start trying to find people on here to follow for when Twitter gets around to killing off third-party clients and I have to leave it.
@ieure when you trespass on someone's land while they're in jail, that's a breach of con tract
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