@sir this is timely. I've just opened my mastodon client to tweet about some static site conversion stuff I was writing.

Oh, Ikiwiki is compelling in this space fwiw.

@solarkraft there are known speculative execution vulns in several arm64 chips. Fairly sure raspberry pi 4 is one of them

@edwinb I haven't been for years. I'd like to plan a day out there with the kids sometime

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.

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)

@fraggle ah no, but I was on course to be an artist before I discovered doom (and thus computers). They ruined everything!

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'

@fraggle knee-deep, shores, Inferno. BOOM

(there's no episode 4.)

@liw I have the same issue. I unfollowed interesting but verbose people but would generally like to find more folks

@emacsomancer @liw overleaf seems pretty nice from what little I've used. Collaborators don't need to install latex,but you can export/import yourself if you want to

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Generalistic and moderated instance.