@juhi Hi 🤗 Welcome to Twtxt 👌
@juhi Hello! 👋
@email@example.com Very cool! 👌
@firstname.lastname@example.org The way you wrote this made you almost sound “Aussie” 🤣
@email@example.com Micely put 👌
It just doesn’t scale IMO 😅 Much better to have smaller interconnected decentralised social interactions 🤣
@firstname.lastname@example.org This in and of itself ☝️ is why I believe so strongly that the whole “Fediverse” concept is utterly broken. You cannot scale human interactions like this. It doesn’t work on a centralised system, and it doesn’t work on a distributed system either. 🤣
@email@example.com The Fediverse has bureaucracy?! 😱 Tell me more! 🤔 – Me just writing some code (for another project)
What’s everyone up to? 🤔 Good weekend so far? 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org This classic and all-time favorite masterpiece came to mind immediately: http://myfunnymemes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/The-Flying-Camel-Is-Very-Polite-As-It-Soars-The-Desert.jpg
Today was our yearly scout meeting. Three glass bottles in total didn’t survive the afternoon and evening. After the general meeting some of us went to the scout church service next door and then we had a nice barbie with friends and the general public.
Omg! I’m always playing on those pixel placing canvases, where it’s usually an endless war of factions or just things being attacked for no reason, but now someone did the most wholesome thing imaginable and drew another inugami facing mine and drew them shaking paws.
Learning from the big ones means learning to win. :-P
Thanks, @email@example.com. There are worse places for sure. :-)
@abucci Sums it up perfectly.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Caddy for the win, right?!
@email@example.com Gotta pay for that ~$250k/day price to run those many thousands of NVIDIA Telsa cards somehow 🤣
@firstname.lastname@example.org I didn’t know that, thanks! I generally don’t use the password manager on iOs or macOS even for that matter though, but thanks 👌 I do however recommend it to family/friends (but with iCloud turned off for obvious reasons)
@email@example.com you know OTP is baked into iOS Passwords, right? I just migrated from 1Password to it.
more than 90% of all AWS service API endpoints do not support IPv6
Sounds like AWS is instituting an IPv4 tax soon.
Oops, let a SSL certificate expire.
@firstname.lastname@example.org The reason I was asking was specifically @email@example.com mentioning another open source OTP app that’s been audited and verified. So was thinking of switching out the OTP app I use on my phone 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org Agreed, I find it rather ironic really. First Microsoft stole everyone’s open source works, without asking, without acknowledgement, Now they’re giving CoPilot free to use to all those they stole from?! 🤦♂️ LIke da fuq?!
@abucci Yeah I feel the same way. On both points 👌 I find it ethically immoral to use CoPilot specifically.
@email@example.com Aren’t they just pretty dumb thougj? 😆
The recommendations page be like:
@abucci Even stupider considering that Google Authenticator is what they advertise as the main 2FA method for your google account. Now think about how that works when the authentication code for your account is being synced, in your account…
After several hours of debugging in a larger task force yesterday and today, we finally figured out that we must have ran into an XFS bug (seems to work fine on ext4). An
ftruncate syscall hung forever and hence the process was caught in an uninterruptible sleep. This was the first time I ever witnessed
kill -9 not to “work”. But I learned a bunch of new stuff. I never dug this deep into the guts before.
Some of you probably know that
/proc/$PID/syscall tells you the current system call the process is executing. And
/proc/$PID/stack returns the kernel stack trace. Awesome stuff!
That’s a wonderful article on that matter: https://tanelpoder.com/2013/02/21/peeking-into-linux-kernel-land-using-proc-filesystem-for-quickndirty-troubleshooting/
- It’s criminal: Copilot was only possible because of massive theft of other peoples’ work (no compensation or even acknowledgement to any of the developers whose code was used to create Copilot)
- It’s positioned to put software developers out of work or so fully de-skill them that they no longer know how to code anything but prompts (after which come corporate-justified salary and benefits decreases)
Don’t use it. No one should ever use it. You’re destroying your own future as a software developer by leaning on and supporting these things.
How is everyone finding GitHub CoPilot? 🤔 Good / Bad ? 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org Always admire where you live 😍
Is FreeOTP any good? 🤔
@email@example.com Yeah gokrazy is pretty cool 👌
Check this out
@firstname.lastname@example.org! Man! These are some cool pictures! The Iceland gallery was the most beautiful in total to me. How else can it be, right?! ;-) Very beautiful scenery and lovely colors overall. I’d love to see that with my own eyes one day. Very hard to choose, but I have to highlight the following pics:
Additional nature shoutouts go to:
The latter one perfectly fits this sign: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-08-aln/IMG_20230807_140853.jpg (probably a sunset, though ;-))
I had to chuckle at this one: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-07-iceland/IMG_20230802_112551.jpg
Which brings me to the art pictures. Interesting museum visits. Mostly funny and neat ideas, but also some weird ones. I immediately liked that one (again, obviously): http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-08-aln/IMG_20230825_200517.jpg All these chairs look really cool, great photo, mate! Perfectly fits into the art category itself: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-09-nyc/IMG_20230829_162111_HDR.jpg
That one is a good mix of nature and art combined, with a touch of ugliness, that brings its own beauty, though. It’s a bit hard to describe, but I hope you get what I mean: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-08-aln/IMG_20230827_114645_HDR.jpg
NY has some really ugly spots, that’s quite a contrast. I especially get that feeling when looking at this brilliant shot: http://darch.dk/fotos/media/images/2023-09-nyc/IMG_20230830_114320_HDR.jpg It portraits the shabbiness perfectly. I’m very glad I don’t live in a concrete and glass desert but rather a town. However, I have to admit, the views from the skyscrapers aren’t so bad.
Thank you very much for sharing all of them! I certainly had a blast going through them.
Uploaded some photos from my recent trip to Iceland and New York doing an artist residency coding shaders: http://darch.dk/fotos/
I covered today’s sunrise to sunset. Sort of. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2023-09-20/
@email@example.com Woooooaaaaaahhhh, geil! I’d absolutely love to see this some day.
@firstname.lastname@example.org pff, I say don’t bother. You change hosts/hostnames more often than people changes underwear. 🤣🤣🤣
@email@example.com Just don’t enable it? 🤔 It’s feature gated.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Okay okay 🤣 Are you able to contribute in this at all and help cut some code? 🙏
Consigne du matin: trace le Diagramme Objet-Interaction d’un éléphant qui se balance sur une toile d’araignée
@email@example.com This is actually pretty cool 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org That is pretty cool 😍
@email@example.com Hah did not know this 😆 But am also not surprised 🤣
@firstname.lastname@example.org Which issue in particular? 🤔 The API one?