If you use Metaname and Let's Encrypt you might find this useful: https://github.com/metaname/certbot-dns-metaname
(Also if it doesn't work or something, you can let me know...)
Just to add some context to this - @ghidraninja has managed to gain SWD access to the nRF52832 system-on-chip on the AirTags. This has internal flash that stores the firmware of the device.
@colinoflynn had already pulled the external SPI flash chip contents. https://twitter.com/ghidraninja/status/1391148503196438529
Oh hey, the #pyconlineau CFP is open!
My extremely online conference is back in 2021, and I wanna learn from you!
👀 "Nokia releases complete historical Plan9 source under MIT license"
marcan's latest progress update about Linux on M1 Macs is a gem! https://asahilinux.org/2021/03/progress-report-january-february-2021/
(Interesting to see which silicon IPs - or at least hardware interfaces - show up in there)
The great thing about owning your own house is when things break you own both parts :-/
Now repaired, by an electrician and reconnected by the lines company. Fortunately it didn’t drop the line low enough to be a real safety issue (it’s a short overhead run with little slack), and I didn’t lose power except during the repairs.
I’m glad it’s fixed before the next lot of wind though :-)
(It turns out electricity point of supply is the last power pole that connects to your property.)
@fincham in case you’ve not seen it someone managed to get serial console and root login on a “frozen screen” eInk Kindle and then use that to control the screen. Which could be an reasonably priced way for a decent sized screen, given the eInk Kindles are an older generation now.
Just discovered bytefield-svg. Combined with asciidoctor-diagram is pretty neat. Makes for a nice way to document protocols on websites or pdfs.
You can see a pretty exhaustive example here:
@fincham you might also like this 2019 conference talk by the discoverer of FM synthesis. It’s 2 hours long, and a “single camera at the back of the room” recording, but from about 50-60 minutes in starts including lots of fascinating visual and audible examples.
(I’m 90 minutes in. It’s got lots of history and audio generation science. Also a YouTube suggestion.)
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