wrote a little about my life recently. very little tech content.
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ICANN Board Withholds Consent for a Change of Control of the Public Interest Registry (PIR)
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Fun fact: #ruby does not like it when you make a class its own superclass.
@JPEG why was Aurora pulled from the MAS?
How is https://github.com/8051Enthusiast/regex2fat not an April Fools joke? Truly we live in the most amazing era.
I upgraded something on one of my Debian VMs and now every time I start a session, PAM launches ssh-agent (even if, e.g., I already have a forwarded agent). This is super-annoying and smells like #systemd being obnoxious. Anyone recognize?
>Mozilla’s strategic plan is focused on accelerating the growth levers for the core Firefox browser product and platform while investing in innovative solutions to mitigate the biggest challenges facing the internet.
"You know what else is focused on accelerating the growth levers? Cancer." - A friend
Wrote my first non-trivial #Rust application which uses Warp and the new post-stdlib-futures Hyper. Not too bad, although I really wish Warp would let me write output filters without that terrible make_service_fn hack.
`dnssec-lookaside no` fixes it
Apparently, the old DLV system expired, so anyone running BIND with a 2017-era config is having a bad day.
All my servers are failing DNSSEC for everything under .com with `dlv.isc.org DNSKEY: verify failed due to bad signature
(keyid=19297): RRSIG has expired` ; is there a missing trust root update somewhere or is #DNS globally hosed?
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