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Now we just need an AWS outage. Imagine the headlines: 80% of the internet is down today because 3 megacorps fucked up

The internet's other large singular basket of eggs is down

Oh, #Cloudflare was having issues and brought a lot of websites down with it? That's not great.

But thankfully it's not that hard to roll out your own "DDoS protection" (or caching; just call it caching) setup. Here, you can even use our configs: git.occrp.org/libre/fasada

Yes, we use them in production, serving sometimes hundreds of thousands views per day.

Patches welcome. #SysAdmin

in the final episode of HBO's chilling miniseries "Cloudflare", a distributed systems engineer explains to the investigative committee that although Cloudflare recklessly sought a market dominance that made the web brittle and fragile, it was in fact the broader capitalist context that made it wise for them to do so. only the telecom lobby understands the gravity of the accusation, and endeavors successfully to blackball the engineer as a hopeless political radical.

It's performance review time tomorrow and I'm completely shitfaced rn. Gonna have a great time determining what my goals are for the next year I'm sure. Also, a raise would be nice but God knows I'm not getting one. 😂

IPA makes me poop
Coffee makes me poop

What's a boy supposed to drink?

What's that, running your own servers is lower cost and much easier to service?

BOY WISH I KNEW THAT SOONER
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I've finally managed to open-source this project which I created at work, but which is now also in use by Mastodon:

github.com/woltapp/blurhash

There is a nice little demo page where you can play with it here:

blurha.sh

Toot! already supports it for image placeholders while loading, but other clients should easily be able to include it too.

Linux MD did me wrong, so now I got ZFS set up. Hope I won't mess this up as well.

"The Ethernet controller on the main SoC is connected to an external Broadcom PHY over a dedicated RGMII link, providing full throughput."

^ A Raspberry Pi (RPI4) worthy of #OPNsense.

raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry

#networking #infosec

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