Did you know, that I pushed CodiMD 1.4.0 last night? Still noticing the lack of sleep. But it seems to be a good release and not merging some of the PRs and instead moving them to 1.4.1 was the right decision.
Enjoy it :)
There are many community projects out there but not all of them are equally big and equally democratic.
The Fedora project is quite big and organizes hundreds of contributions and contributor in a democratic way with various groups and places where you as well as any other community member can be elected:
Feel free to join us and participate. You don't need to be a developer, a translator, an innovator, a supporter, …
Make your voice heard!
The Fedora Magazine provided a new article about using the Fedora Account System (FAS) and how to use the desktop integrated Kerberos Login to have SSO enabled for all Fedora services:
And did you know, that the FAS works with CodiMD when you enabled the OpenID login?
Just sign into: https://<your account name>.id.fedoraproject.org 🎉
And yes, you can try it on https://demo.codimd.org
During switching to an own organization CodiMD also switched from Docker Hub to quay.io as container registry. Major improvement: Security scanning for all images by default.
Disadvantage: You have to prepend quay.io to the image.
If you wonder where to find it: https://quay.io/repository/codimd/server
If you wonder about the change in general:
So when people use "Flexible" in their TLS config on Cloudflare and have an HTTP-to-HTTPS redirect configured, this causes redirect loops (since Cloduflare will connect to the HTTP endpoint).
But instead of switching to "Full" or "Full (Strict)" which would at also provide TLS from the Cloudflare to the origin, they recommend to disable the redirect 🤦♂️ 🤦♀️ 🤦♂️ 🤦♀️
Just pushed out a new blog article about my Shivering-Isles onion service:
TL;DR: All services hosted by me get now accessible through tor. alt-svc is used to make sure your tor browser picks it up automatically. You can set it up yourself by following the tutorial or by using my ansible role:
It's sad to see that #Gnome accounts mainly features non-free services.
For whatever reason the number 1 entry is Google. Then, yay, Nextcloud as a free software integration, followed by Facebook, Microsoft, Flickr and Foursquare.
The last two are usually hidden, those are free protocol-based integrations like SMTP+POP3/IMAP and Kerberos.
I wonder if we can't do better than pushing those big non-free services using our wonderful free desktop platform.
@gnome any thoughts?
I enjoy the few spam mails I get. It's always great comedy to read them.
My latest one was send from yahoo.com (DKIM confirms), has a from address with gmail.com and a reply-to address to outlook.fr. Not only that but it also claims to come from the UN while my answer should be send to a gmail address.
Somehow I'm amazed that for a single spam mail at least 4 different free mail account involved. Those spammers must be great at email account management.
Looking at https://shivering-isles.com using the browser emulator from CERN. They emulate the first web browser from 1991 in a web application:
Huh, things get even better:
When you open DDG initially (by simply visiting duckduckgo.com) it also sends a request to this "experimental search engine" guess what it sends?
I can may understand when one sends requests to do A/B testing, but why send those details **before** I even made a search request?
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