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@von (re: ed) once I read the manual and found out that the current line was the last line, all I needed to do was type «d\nw\nq\n». So glad I took the vim path instead of the emacs path.
@von (re: proposal) What a pity. Well, there's always the traditional way. Best of luck.
@von (re: Session) is it possible to have/use more than one session id at any given time?
@von : ah dang... i'm wondering if bandcamp is going to get it.. the last time i checked she didn't have it on her page
@von Well, I'm doing it locally then having a script watching the file to commit and push to netlify when it updates
@von I wanted to go to that dead drop in Paris once but it was flooded by the Seine :D nice article
@von Go ahead! If you ever make an ideas page too I would love to see it :p
@von The autocrypt thing includes an entire Curve25519 GPG key in the emails headers and have provisions for sign/encryption prefs. I wish more clients would support it.
@von Perhaps people would send you encrypted emails if you announced your key in email headers according to the autocrypt scheme? Not that I would hold my breath…
@von I guess you actually are pessmistic, but your brain goes into social mode and hides it away to look better in front others?
@von: I stole the idea from a random webpage that listed a finger address for contact information. I would assume it's pretty effective against spam ;)
@von DD-WRT the router. Definitely worth the effort. I do it to every rouer I can.
@von Tu précommandes le groupe d'utilisateurs Rust brésilien ? (mauvais lien!)
@von The archival part is probably the best part of the bujo for me. My previous bujos are one thing I am 100% proud of just because they are full of everything I did.
@von You’ll probably want a separate BuJo if you have a bunch of work-only tasks. One of the nice things about OmniFocus is that it can be really good at hiding tasks you can’t make headway on at the moment for one r...
@von (re: bujo) A separate work bujo can help you properly segment work and private life, which is important to relax. But a bujo might just be too heavy; try maybe the dash-plus system, or just a notebook with an in...
@von (re: bujo) I wouldn't recommend managing anything work-related in a bujo if you need to share anything you're doing with others, since it's paper-based; collaboration is easier on task management apps
@von (re: bujo) Well it's up to you, I personally do not manage work stuff in a bujo since we have trello boards, etc., but I know that sharing a bujo for both personal stuff and work stuff has some risks: if there i...
@von having topic-specific twtxt feeds is not a silly idea. Not sure if the clients allow easy switching tough.
@von Ah, I thought it was a challenge (“I've hidden a twtxt file on my personal site, see if you can find it!”). :)
@von Why do you want to keep your twtxt.txt more private if I may ask so?
@von If it is definitely let me know. Could be the quantum frame dragging stuff I'm doing is mussing with the S/T continuum.
@von Yes it has always been a struggle to get people other the FLOSS heads to use XMPP. Sad really since it had OTR E2E before other IMs ever even began thinking about E2E
@von (re poem) Good luck. I wrote poems twice for a girl. They were rather short, the girls name length in lines. And if you read the lines first character from bottom to top you got, ... I guess that's obvious. 😁
Hey https://tilde.town/\~von/twtxt.txt - join the twtxt.tilde.institute registry already :-p href='/user/at/b16e5fdddc969c5d9?n=von'>@von - join the twtxt.tilde.institute registry already :-p
@von I find posing here goes in cycles depending on whats going on in my life. Although for me this is my 1 social media thing.
@von almost 1000 requests within the past hour. That's too much, IMHO – even when most of them are 304s.
@von Thanks re: line. I took a look and I'm not seeing any wierdness at least not with vim.
@von and looking in older logs I'm seeing successful pulls going all the way back to the 17th
@von I'm seeing a slew of succeccful twtxt pulls from you today... Is the problem fixed?
@von (re: freemor) are you using a cron job? and if so: is that cron job being run? (yesterday cronie 1.5.3 on ArchLinux didn't run any user jobs; solved with 1.5.4)
@von if you backup regularly your home dir, look in `~/.cache/twtxt/twtfiles/`. I exclude ~/.cache from mines so I
@von (Re: top 10 games...) I've never heard of this book before, I bought it after you posted the link and read 2 blog posts from the author
@von (re: Eternal Jukebox) Haha, sweet! I just tried it with Sia's Chandelier. Hilarious!! :)
@von That sucks! sorry to hear that happened. You'll just have to wire a 200,000V voltage ladder to the case of the next one. (not really but it would be fun if it weren't illegal)
@von je parle du message "S'abonner à von zone | blog de l'internet" qui recouvre la page et qu'on ne peux masquer (la croix ne fonctionne pas)
@von (re: nexxo) Thanks, that makes sense. Now they should make it decentralised. :)
@von (re: nexxo) The pictures on Gitlab look nice. Don't know what for and how to use it. Plus: if it's not usable on 56K/s, I'll not use it.
@von (re: nexxo) I'm not sure. I don't know why I would/should want to join. Is it centralised or decentralised? What problem does it solve in comparison to other social networks?
@von: (re: serpentwithfeet) Thank you for reminding me of this artist - saw a clip on ARTE Tracks of this artist and forgot about him.
@von I feel ya re: "Need to finish that...", I have a "Why CLI" blog entry thats been hanging in the wings for far too long.
@von powernapping certainly works: try 20 minutes in the afternoon. it will prevent you from feeling sleepy all evening, but won't prevent you from sleeping when it's bedtime.
@von I grepped cron, unit files, scripts, still no idea where it is, so I gave up and moved the twtxt file somewhere else
@von some script somewhere on my server overwrites my twtxt file regularly with "404 not found" ):
@von RE: crawl SS. Keep at it. It is a challenging but rather rewarding game.
@von My point was more that if they were to freak out about sniffing the they are doing their OpSec wrong. Sniffing is trivial (very low bar). Passive sniffing is invisible (no way to detect). A networks sensitive d...
@von 'Not connected to anything' is one of the sweetest ways to packet sniff. At least if you have a proper WiFi chipset that still supports monitor mode.
@von Just edit the UI and SSID to 'Kitten Box'. No-one ever worries about a kitten box.
@von I hope it doesn't cause you any grief. Because, seriously, any Linux maching running tcpdump is a packet sniffer. Passive packet sniffing is really trivial.
@von Glad you found it. For those of us that like Encrypted mail it removes the complaint of others that setting up encryption at their end is too hard.
@von Nice article on twtxt. :) What was your bot up to that warrented a complaint? Are you aware of txtnish and other twtxt clients?