My repository with binary packages for Arch Linux.
Packages available for: maddy, chasquid, ssr-wlroots fork, prometheus-bird-exporter, pkcs11-proxy.
"Why privacy matters" and also some technical aspects of online privacy
And so I made another project public, but not on GitHub - instead it is git.hexanet.dev, our own gitea server. Right now it is not complete, but I guess I will need to learn the art of telling people about cool stuff I made instead of relying on GitHub to get somebody there via their "discovery" thing.
This is related to points I made about distributed ledgers before. There are thousands of problems people think they can solve but in reality they cannot.
"Out of over 86,000 blockchain projects that had been launched, 92% had been abandoned by the end of 2017"
Articles like this make me think only HTML and CSS are acceptable GUI technologies in today's IT world.
Article mentions the trouble of JS stack and then proceeds to ignore the complexity of proposed solution that is much worse than using an adequate GUI toolkit.
Pragmatic open technology enthusiast.
A general furry public instance. You don't have to be a furry to join. Any and all topics are fair game provided they do not conflict with the Code of Conduct.