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.
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.
@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
apropos this nice desktop screenshot, here's mine right now
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
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.
Torn between that board and the odroid-h2 which is a really compelling/weird SBC with the same SoC
This process brought me great pleasure
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