People who run public facing servers (mainly at home): Do you block IPs an entire country at a time (not naming names) or just fail2ban.
Just purchased parts for my "personal cloud" and I want to know what's a good way of reducing connection spam.
Blocking an entire country (okay, it's Peru guys /s) seems like it'd be super effective, but also mean spirited in the manner of splitting the "net" in two.
@Gargron is there a feature or just a good way to follow up on a thread of toots? For example, I see a conversation developing and I want to see a response.
I won't get any notifications about it unless I add a toot and someone interacts with it. Starring it might work, but that still relies on me checking on it which could be wasted time.
If everyone in an economic system had good financial habits, would the economy be good or bad?
As in, the economy works by some people taking out loans and then then paying interest. The interest is given back to other people who deposited the money. Some people who took out loans can't pay them back, so they lose collateral. That's a bit of a circular system.
What happens if you stop that system. Is it just boring and no one spends anything?
Actual question. Have taken basic micro-economics.
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