Mhm, after checking all settings in detail and doing a first test stream, it turns out, that my upstream connection is not usable for streaming 🤷 I guess I'll do something else then…
@JordiGH Well, there is both. On one hand, there is no need to cover it, when you are angry in German, but we still have euphemisms for swearwords. And it's of course also not well received, but it also doesn't cause more than "Sowas sagt man nicht" (Translated: "That's somthing not someone speaks out loud").
But personally I think English swearing (when it's not covered by euphemisms) sounds lot harsher than German swearing.
Recommended block, Funkwhale.it
It came to our attention recently that the account @\firstname.lastname@example.org was spreading misinformation about the project, and our funding in particular. They've also published hostile posts concerning some members of our collective.
This happens after we reached out to them multiple times in february to ask them to respect the guidelines we put in place for reusing our assets (https://funkwhale.audio/en_US/logos), and after they setup multiple social media pages by simply copy-pasting content from our website, which could be seen as a way to impersonate us, or at least to create confusion.
As a result, we have decided to block them, as well as the Funkwhale pod funkwhale.it they manage, from all our spaces and the pods we host.
Funkwhale.it is not affiliated with our project or collective, in any way.
If you want to run jitsi at scale, please check https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-videobridge/blob/master/doc/octo.md
Cascaded SFUs will allow your conference calls to scale a lot better :)
Also recommended, the following talk if you want to understand the concept:
Those who run #GitLab natively installed get ready for the key roll-over:
They GPG key is about to expire and therefore a new one is coming. Make sure you update your package manager configurations!
@ataraxia937 I always encrypt disks. Everywhere. The only two systems that don't run with FDE are probably my pi-hole/Raspberry Pi and my Android Smartphone (Only data are encrypted in Android :/).
Reason is simple: You never know what happens to your disk. At the end of the day, as long as everything is encrypted, that's one worry less. Even for a desktop or server. And at the end of the day, there is no real performance loss on systems due to it nowadays, so what can you lose?
@claudius Just realized, that the documentation is ehhh a bit disappointing?
@claudius Yes, I came across it, and thought about hosting it for a few seconds… But idk, it doesn't integrate with my central authentication at least as far as I could see it doesn't implement OIDC or SAML and therefore, I would look for a instance hosted by someone else, if I would go for it 🤔
Any recommendations in that perspective, it actually appeared quite familiar when I came across it and suddenly I remembered why
Mhm, I'm currently considering to stream a bit tomorrow. Not sure what in detail, but want to try this fancy technology from the end of the world.
Main question is: What platform? Would of course prefer something FOSS, but would like to avoid to host the platform myself, looking at you, open-streaming-platform, and instead using someone else's platform. Either mentioned open media-streaming-platform hosted somewhere or one of the regular platforms like Twitch.
And another one: ClamAV.
I developed this container image in order to use it as part of my mail setup. But things went different ways and now the image is there, but was never really used, except of experimental cases.
Was hanging out unpublished on my GitLab instance for almost a year. Now it's re-published :)
Just re-published an old project of mine:
Since people are probably looking for using mumble these days, maybe it's useful :)
I stopped developing this image more than a year ago, but with a few version number changes you should be able to use it in no time.
Also there is a still maintained version at: https://github.com/sudoforge/docker-images/tree/master/murmur
We originally collaborated on the project, but I never went for the monorepo approach.
1st of April hoax alarm,swearwords
The Unified patent court did not rule like this.
It's utter bullshit and literally the worst time for April jokes ever. Especially about medial supply.
If you saw this article on Hackernews or anywhere else, ignore it. There was no such patent claim for tabbed views.
You need multiple SAML IDP signing keys - https://www.stackallocated.com/blog/2020/saml-idp-no-shared-keys/
@mgrondin Agreed, but creating a backup once a year is already better than no backup at all. And that's reality for a lot of people out there.
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