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Hey kids! Want to be forced to regularly spend large amounts of money maintaining an object you dislike, which only ever becomes less useful and valuable? Why not own a car?

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Why isn’t there a standalone, minimalist open source OpenID Connect IDP? All the options are Incredibly Enterprise.

In the unlikely event you need to send me a PGP encrypted e-mail or file please be advised that I have revoked the RSA2048 PGP key with the ID 0xCDA97D4C7E05DC1E. It has been superseded by the new ed25519 key 0xBB9A5478A984B9EB23F65618ACEAF380A9456840 available from pgp.net.nz/pks/lookup?op=get&s or hotplate.co.nz/pgp/2021/

If you wish to validate this change please feel free to contact me out of band.

If you use Metaname and Let's Encrypt you might find this useful: github.com/metaname/certbot-dn

(Also if it doesn't work or something, you can let me know...)

While I’ve been injured I installed a lot of “social” and “chat” apps on my phone that I wouldn’t normally have. I can really feel how easily I got absorbed in to them to unhealthy levels though. Now that I can sit at my desk a bit more easily I think it’s time for the apps to go again.

I finished a little craft project today. Gluing felt in to this three room tray from Daiso.

I mean it’s probably just values written to a file. But it would be nice to have some kind of library for querying it with common time series type questions. Something like GNU Recutils but for time series.

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Have you ever considered what a “pastoral Internet” time series database might look like? I kind of wonder if there isn’t room / someone hasn’t already made something that deliberately aims for the space below Graphite in the complexity / performance scale

I'm clearing out some excess items from my wrist watch collection. Here's the first lot if anyone is keen: finch.am/watches/

Couple of Seikos, a couple of chronographs (one mechanical, one mecha-quartz), a digital Casio...

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The European Commission has funded an open source project to create a Gateway between the ActivityPub and XMPP PubSub Protocols, and E2EE on PubSub

From goffi: "it's my pleasure to announce that an ActivityPub XMPP gateway doubled with Pubsub end-to-end encryption project has been selected for a grant by NLNet/NGI0 Discovery Fund (with financial support from European Commission's Next Generation Internet programme)".
The XMPP ActivityPub gateway will join two major open and decentralised protocols. In practice it will be a XMPP server component (usable with any server), and implement the ActivityPub server to server protocol (or "Federation Protocol"). On XMPP side, it will be mostly a Pubsub service (with some extra, like private messages converted to XMPP message stanza).
XMPP blogging (XEP-0277: Microblogging over XMPP) will be used, and thus any client supporting it will have access to ActivityPub publications (Libervia and Movim for instance). squeet.me/objects/962c3e10d49f

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audacity, an open source audio editor, is having google telemetry embedded into it. what a fun world!

github.com/audacity/audacity/p

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Interested in an original "Unix Magic" or "Unix Feuds" poster?

Please refresh jpmens.net/2021/04/09/the-unix and look at the section “Originals” at the bottom of the page. #servicePost

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You: "Which of these platforms should we develop on?"
Me: "They're about equal; you can't go right with any of them."
You: "They aren't the best?"
Me: "They're the best. They just aren't good. There aren't any that are good."

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1986 Puma shoes that connect to your "Apple IIE, Commodore 64 or 128 or IBM PC Computer"

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