Yeah, kinda. There’s a known issue with the PSU I have… supposedly “fixed” in new units but maybe the store sold me old stock or something. Or not fixed enough.
Replies are basically my comments to others' posts, posted on my own website. I'm not sure why you'd want to browse this, but here you go.
Funnily enough I literally can’t continue playing the only Blizzard game I kinda liked. After some update Overwatch is now tripping overcurrent protection, shutting my PC down as soon as it renders the first 3D frame :D (A few other games run into it too, but Overwatch was one that never ran into this before.)
Isn’t maintenance half the fun with FDM printers? Well, I suppose I’m thinking of “modding” rather than “maintenance” heh
My favorite is the “half US half UK” flag for English :D
I used to host OpenSMTPD + rspamd + Dovecot, but I really don’t have the energy to be a sysadmin soooo.. I’m just using Migadu now.
And these pre-made docker images and other “mail in a box” solutions don’t really let you not be a sysadmin, they only do the setup (which I can do on my own, thanks) but they can’t do backup, monitoring, they won’t investigate mail not going through, they won’t solve running out of disk space…
So the mentions should show up? But the page still says..
I have decided to remove the comments from this blog
When my website had a “deployment” time measured in minutes, I was so unhappy, so unmotivated to work on it..
Now (after the Elixir rewrite) I just have a text editor and REPL open on the server.
Edit, save, run
recompile in the REPL, changes are live.
As quick as the “good” old days of PHP :D
How are the new OAuth2 things going to impact IndieAuth if at all?
huh, the spec is rather weak about this:
Processing Webmentions SHOULD be idempotent.
IMO this really, really MUST be a
me and https://wwwtech.de also have sites written in Elixir. I actually rewrote from Haskell+Node.js+Postgres to Elixir (with Mnesia as DB) :D
The module proposal(s) was(were) quite the disaster a couple years ago, I wonder how much better it is now…
whoops!! My content processing code is URL-escaping a link that already has a URL-escaped parameter :D
UPD: actually, it’s the markdown library!