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anyone tried out mycroft
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Who owns your availability? Recent events in the NPM community have rekindled the perennial discussion about dependency management and controlling points of potential failure. Long-time operations professionals Charity Majors and Pete Cheslock join the ADO crew to discuss.
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Arrested DevOps. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Warren Myers
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LexFwd Thursday, 2 Jun @ Kre8Now - food and drink being provided by TekSystems

Topic is Docker.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1892988274276942/

Also planning to talk about a rebrand/reboot of the group.

Any who can come would be welcome!
This month, Wes Eklund will be talking about Docker, an application container for encapsulating technologies within your stack. Presentation/Discussion and also hearing from representatives at IT staffing firm TEK Systems. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7441809/7441809-6143559547123490820 ...
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ignore the organe box at the top of the post - this .htaccess directive works like a champ in Apache 2.4
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Learn how to use the ip command in favor of the deprecated ifconfig in #Linux
In this post, we are going to review how we can assign Static IP Address, Static Route, Default Gateway and DNS Lookup. Assigning IP Address on demand using IP
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[Shameless self-promotion]

Just got my revamped password-generator website done: https://password.cf.

Let me know what y'all think.
Every time this page loads, you will see several random string triplets random strings ranging from 12-24 characters, one each of three different varieties. There are "4 of 4", "upper & lower alphanumeric", and "lower alphanumeric" types.
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That was my goal :)
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that's pretty cool
 
OpenKnit is an open source, partially 3D printable, low cost, digital fabrication tool that enables anyone to create their own bespoke clothing from digital files: https://goo.gl/5LQe1B

Gerard Rubio built OpenKnit completely from scratch, drawing up plans and putting it together as he went, following a trial and error process that took over a year

Since the beginning of the project Gerard's goal has been to have the entire process 100% automated, so that anybody can create their own garments without any knowledge of pattern making, cutting, or sewing. Now users can make their own designs by utilising the free Knitic software, which also communicates with OpenKnit through an Arduino board.
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Put a web designer in front of VIM and tell him/her to save and exit!

#Linux #Opensource #VIM
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cat /dev/random
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Just a group of Linux users in the Lexington Kentucky area.

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Have you tried researching VPNs as of late?
Our writer set out to make a list of reliable VPNs; turns out the task is complicated.
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So true!
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Postfix has so many features it’s hard to know where to begin. Here’s how to get started:
These days more people than ever feel compelled to get their e-mail fixed super-swiftly if it ever fails. When used several times a day, every day of the year, some of us feel truly bereft when e-mail isn’t available to us. There’s even recognised medical conditions relating to those who obsessively check their e-mails, forcing cognitive failures (whatever they may be) as they do so.
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It was fixed last year. But you might not be up to date, and should check your installed #OpenSSL version
OpenSSL Security Advisory [3rd May 2016] ======================================== Memory corruption in the ASN.1 encoder (CVE-2016-2108) ====================================================== Severity: High This issue affected versions of OpenSSL prior to April 2015.
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this made me lol just now
 
+Mycroft A.I. told me the following joke today: "3 Database Admins walked into a NoSQL bar. A little while later they walked out because they couldn’t find a table."

I fell out of my chair laughing.
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Somewhere there has to be a joke about "no relations"; just can't think of one.
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Warren Myers
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Pretty sure the time claim is per-server, not gestalt
Collecting 1000 of servers information within a minute of time wow..!!
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here's what I did with SPF and Postfix to cut down on spam
After running my new server for a while, I was noticing an unusually-high level of bogus email arriving in my inbox – mail that was being spoofed to look like it was coming from myself (to my…
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that is a stupidly-large rss icon!
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Brian Smith

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For all y'all who can't stop jumping from distro to distro...
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Still have 5 distros on my desktop: Fedora, Ubuntu, Slackware, Mint, one other
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