Tuesday, January 11
Slightly Less Ugh Edition
- Web3 can't fix the internet. What we need is socialism. (Jacobin)
Socialists: Celebrating 180 years of finding problems and making them worse.
- How to secure your QNAP NAS. (Serve the Home)
1. Follow the menus in QTS or QUTS depending on your device to perform a clean shutdown.
2. Turn off the power and unplug the power and network cables.
- Linux Mint has sold out to the commies at Mozilla. (ZDNet)
Who get their money in turn from the commies at Google.
This is in place of previously selling out to Yahoo, so I'm honestly not sure very much has changed here. It's free money; they'd be fools not to take it.
- Multiple carriers including T-Mobile/Sprint are blocking Apple's Private Relay. (9to5Mac)
Private Relay is a sort of low-grade corporatist TOR, and T-Mobile is blocking it specifically because it prevents them from spying on their customers.
- How NPM can prevent a new colors attack. (RSC)
My first suggestion would be burn it and piss on the ashes, but pinned versions might work too.
- If you want to build the next Cobalt Qube the Interceptor board from Axzes might be what you need. (Tom's Hardware)
It's a carrier board for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 - a smaller version of the Raspberry Pi with just the CPU and RAM, no I/O ports - that provides five SATA ports, four gigabit Ethernet ports, two USB ports (plus two USB headers), and two HDMI ports. $99 plus the cost of the compute module itself, which is, um, out of stock.
Party Like It's 1980 Video of the Day
So it looks like they must have gotten some sort of sweetened ultimatum from Mozilla.
Posted by: StargazerA5 at Wednesday, January 12 2022 12:21 AM (EvAdG)
And if they people in question are web developers, it's no barrier at all for them to run gitlab on their own servers.
(I don't use anything as elaborate as gitlab, but I back up all my software projects on a private VPS that I can pull from when needed.)
Posted by: MadRocketSci at Wednesday, January 12 2022 04:04 AM (hRoyQ)
Posted by: MadRocketSci at Wednesday, January 12 2022 04:07 AM (hRoyQ)
But, if you're looking for something a bit more click & go, maybe Arch? I'm a bad person to ask, though, since I have a terrific allergy to systemd.
Posted by: normal at Wednesday, January 12 2022 06:04 AM (LADmw)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Wednesday, January 12 2022 07:50 AM (PiXy!)
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