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jamesrichardson shared a status by HunDriverWidow@social.quodverum.com

redstatewatcher.com/article.as

"Details from what FBI found inside Epstein’s $77 Million Manhattan mansion:
Extraordinary volume of photographs of nude underage girls

Hundreds perhaps thousands of sexually suggestive photographs of fully or partially nude females.

Safe containing compact disks with labels."

IMO, sounds like a really sick puppy!

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@tindall Autotools, historically, convienently abstracted idiosyncracies of the various *NIXes away. It may not be as important today. I still prefer autotools to bare Makefiles. I am able to declare what I want and the system generally does the right thing. The Makefile it creates has the usual targets including dist and distcheck. These are useful for packaging. I still have to contend with AIX. I would not enjoy writing Makefiles to support AIX and Gnu (and occasionally cygwin).

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Just got back from a cruise to Nassau in the Bahamas. First (and hopefully last) cruise I have been. It was too hot for my tastes. As an introvert it is hard to find a quiet place on the ship. An ocean view has no appeal. Now to get life back to my version of normalcy.

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@konomikitten Thank you! I am using certbot. I just need to write a cron job to run it, or pay attention to the emails it sends.

The certs are now updated.

Perhaps I will write more posts now that at least one other person on the planet has noticed.

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jamesrichardson shared a status by cwebber@octodon.social

@lxoliva It's *not possible* to audit the entire free software codebase you run on your computer. Bad news: nobody has done it. ESR's "may eyes make all bugs shallow" quote doesn't scale to the level of software we have. Of course it helps though, and the *more important* thing that software freedom delivers is that software can't get away with *known* abuses; the community can fix it. Not so with unknown ones though.

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jamesrichardson shared a status by dthompson@toot.cat

I have a lot of criticism of the whole serverless thing, but actually a tool like Guix could do it right. it could host *any* language and *any* dependencies trivially and use call-with-container to isolate all the "lambdas" from each other. I think it would be pretty easy to do a proof of concept as well.

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