While the Internet Archive does have good APIs, it's still obnoxious that both these orgs are privelidging the github pipeline, thus providing one more incentive to use github.

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I'm still waiting BTW, for Software Heritage to provide a way for a git repo not on github to be archived.

I've been waiting for years.

Currently the only way I have to get code into their archive is to get the code into Debian.

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I might hop Mastodon hosts again, to get a more useful/interesting to me Local Timeline. Any suggestions?

@directhex when the majority of your toots are xposts, spoilering them is not as useful as it would be if they were less common

@juliank thanks for fixing neomutt #931746. I just re-hit the related #890334. Do you think the maintainers are MIA? Wondering about working on it a bit

I'm really dis-invested in the Doom Community now that I've done zilch for the 25th anniversary of doom 2.

Likewise I'm nearly fully unplumbed from Debian now, too.

I wish every Stallman apologist would Spoiler Warning their toots

My SSH dream:

The best solution I've seen to SSH attacks is NetBSD's libblacklistd.

Log parsing solutions are inherently fragile. But a solution that lets a server program explicitly declare "Hey, this IP is being a jerk, please fubar it" is :flan_hearts:

I truly hope that one of the #OpenBSD devs will develop this itch and make something like it part of #OpenSSH, so it spreads and becomes a standard.

Ah, I'm testing an old version, and is seems only in line-level HTML is broken, not block level. So that's better than I originally thought.

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Interesting, fundamental limitation with Pandoc for handling Markdown (or CommonMark) documents: it does not support embedded HTML, which is a key facet of both formats (IMHO)

Did you know that "git checkout -" works much like "cd -" and switches back and forth between two branches?

You're welcome.

Parents: are your kids exchanging vi keymaps?

wtf: one word forward, then to the first 'f'

LOL: insert a new line with a single 'L' just above bottom of screen.

fml: move to one character past the next 'm'

tbh: move to two characters before the next 'b'

dtf: delete to 'f'

Torn between that board and the odroid-h2 which is a really compelling/weird SBC with the same SoC

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I think I'm set on the ASRock J4105-ITX as my replacement NAS mainboard but I need to triple check the chipsets for Linux compatibility

"— Unnatural hair colors in woman are a warning signal to stay away,
Its an example Aposematism -the phenomenon of poisonous animals in nature advertising their toxicity and lethality
— Aposematism is there to warn off predators, not sexual partners. If you're repelled by it, it's working."

NAS update: still 5 sec boot loops when cross-wired to my desktop PC's 750W PSU. Strong suspicion the mainboard is a dud.

I have tentatively shortlisted £30.44 of Nintendo eshop purchases to spend my £30 voucher once it arrives

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