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Entering extreme low-power mode since the sun is forecast to be unavailable until a week from Wednesday.
This means I am offline 90% of the time and bring up the internet connection occasionally to sync.
Or I may end up reading paper books by lantern light or staring at the fire for hours and just thinking.
Old modes, but good ones.
600 accounts on a unix server turn into a de-facto social network
same as it ever was..
“Also this is pretty much what SDF (& SDF EU) is. Funny how someone can take an old school shell account & make it hipster!”
That's what I was thinking! I just let my MetaARPA account lapse, because I don't use it much, but I run TinTin++ in a tmux session, so I can mud from my phone. ^_^
Also, I enjoy the interface for bboard on there, and wish there were more command line clients for stuff like pump.io.
I appreciate the tilde.club domain. ^_^
note to self: 20 gb free is not enough laptop disk for my weekly trip to the coffe shop and bandwidth
Oh well, git annex drop --trust passport --numcopies=1 in my sound repo will fix that..
I think this is a promising design. Especially like that it could in theory be used in any git repo, to push/pull with peers over any network transport.
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The insecure warnings will be coming from pumps which don't do TLS. Something I don't think should be supported anyway, when you can go out and get free class 1 certificates these days. Especially when WebFinger says you must *only* do requests over TLS