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So now is available as snap. Too bad that always creates software that only really works on (but of course they make false claims about it being all , see And chimes in and supports the walled garden instead of something truly open like or

Unpublished truths on the poisoning of ex russian spy in UK 2018 - "made in china" - "It is very carefully worded propaganda. Of a type developed by liars." - - [Craig Murray is an author, broadcaster and human rights activist.]
#Nerveagent #craigmurray #uk #us #russia #france #germany #madeinchina #israel #Novichoks

so now I made my server accessible from the outside by using and , secured it with and I'm now staring into the blank because mobile providers still do not support ipv6 in 2018 ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

One way to anonymise IP numbers: using color codes.
This works by taking IPv4 and IPv6 numbers, converting them to a hash, converting that to a 32bit number, and taking the first 12 bits to pick four colours.

lately I'm more tired than usual. what's going on?

even though I'm not an crack I'm usually resorting to it in the end when I fail to make it work with "simple" firewalls like ๐Ÿ˜Ž

A simple view of #hashtags is that they empowers horizontal DIY culture and dis-empowers vertical and closed culture. This has value in it self. its hard to see the blindness of people actively rejecting this.

"get a shitty job working for
shitty people doing shitty things"

I have used grep XY| awk '{print $5}' so many times. I should have used awk '/XY/{print $5}' in the first place.

Same for sed...

Twitter account deactivated ๐Ÿ™Œ
If you care for the you might help in spreading the idea by upvoting my post submitted on hackernews:

I'm about to delete my Twitter account. Would you help me to draft a farewell message that advertises Mastodon? Then please reply with ideas or sentences I could include ๐Ÿ™

To label the "new" Firefox "Quantum" was a clever move from Mozilla. Before this was mostly the function of the major version number. Then Google came and destroyed the meaning of the major version. Mozilla followed the bad example. Now will Google follow Mozilla again?

my experience with lists. to keep it fun:

- I keep a list with only the most immediate tasks I *want* to do *now*
- prio is from top to bottom
- I move tasks up or down accordingly (all hail -mode)
- notes, scheduled or *possible* tasks are out of sight in a seperate file

when the todo list gets too crowded I'm not motivated so I have to keep it short

nicely done literate config:
it makes me wonder if I should try a literate config too once more. my old setup is here:

Not content with maintaining MELPA and reviewing every single submission, Dave Purcell has already offered a feature PR for my package. What a guy!

For Firefox I recommend the following extensions:

"Neat URL" to strip tracking parameters like "utm..." from urls

"Skip Redirect" to remove unnecessary redirects (which are mostly used for tracking as well)

So Google detests the AGPL license: going as far as to demand this:

"Do not install AGPL-licensed programs on your workstation, Google-issued laptop, or Google-issued phone without explicit authorization from the Open Source Programs Office."

So to degooglify the internet everyone should choose AGPL for open source projects :)