#Twitter fertig gespielt?
god, I'm fixing my Wallabag install (which apparently is broken...) by basically upgrading the whole thing and fuck I'm impressed at how php devs have turned a language whose most prominent feature was that you could just dump some files in a directory, maybe apt install some php- packages, and be done with it, into a fucking hellish landscape of curl|bash 'composer' dependency hell bullshit
Eine neue Folge ist online.
"ITK048 Greylisting-Selbsthilfegruppe" https://it-keller.at/podcast/ITK048-Greylisting-Selbsthilfegruppe #podcastAT
Oh btw, about a month ago we handled ~200k visits in a day, ~12 pageviews per second, ~1Gbps bandwidth, on a WordPress site on our infrastructure... without breaking a sweat.
Also, thanks and kudos to #Greenhost for hosting our edge nodes.
Point is: no, you don't need #CloudFlare.
Headless UI libraries? #UselessInterface
Bypass Windows Defender by renaming executable to msiexec.exe
There's a petition to Save the .org top level domain. Apparently, ICANN could still stop it from being sold.
I know, petitions rarely work, but I also know that _sometimes_ they do.
Please consider signing if you _run_ anything there, or if you _use_ or _care about_ anything that's on a .org domain. Also, boosting this to others who follow you, would be very much appreciated.
After my talk at the European Parliament today, I asked a question at the end of the second panel (03:35:47) and a corporate lobbyist attempted to tone police me (03:44:50). This was my response (03:45:06). If I’d been any younger he’d have heard “OK Boomer” :)
@aral's talk on the future of internet regulation at the European Parliament
The recording of my talk today on the future of Internet regulation at the European Parliament is now available to watch.
If you ever have a problem with signal ... https://signal.org/signal/unregister
Let’s talk about PAKE
The first rule of PAKE is: nobody ever wants to talk about PAKE. The second rule of PAKE is that this is a shame, because PAKE — which stands for Password Authenticated Key Exchange — is actually one of the most useful technologies that (almost) never gets used. It should be deployed everywhere, and yet it isn’t.
To understand why this is such a damn shame, let’s start by describing a very real problem.
Wien Museum https://www.wienmuseum.at/ und Beitrag mit Matti Bunzl https://www.w24.at/Sendungen-A-Z/Stadtgespraech/Uebersicht?video=16322 #spannend