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 It has been superseded by the new ed25519 key 0xBB9A5478A984B9EB23F65618ACEAF380A9456840 available from https://pgp.net.nz/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0xBB9A5478A984B9EB23F65618ACEAF380A9456840 or https://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: https://github.com/metaname/certbot-dns-metaname
(Also if it doesn't work or something, you can let me know...)
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.
I'm clearing out some excess items from my wrist watch collection. Here's the first lot if anyone is keen: https://finch.am/watches/
Couple of Seikos, a couple of chronographs (one mechanical, one mecha-quartz), a digital Casio...
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). https://squeet.me/objects/962c3e10d49fcdffb18921bec5dc1b0281d1ad2d
audacity, an open source audio editor, is having google telemetry embedded into it. what a fun world!
When the registrar’s DNS hosting doesn’t realise you’re not delegated to it anymore, rolls the KSK and helpfully updates the DS records in the parent zone for you…
And I will go, I don’t know where, forever.
Sometimes Kiwicon organiser.
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