The Debian website is being updated to list buster as stable and link to the new images for downloading #releasingDebianBuster
I set up a small bog container garden last weekend & planted it with hardy carnivorous plants I already had. I ordered 5 more hardy carnivorous plants to add to it & they arrived today. With these new additions, the total number of species/cultivars of all plants (not just carnivorous) that I am currently growing now finally exceeds 300... & I still have a few outstanding orders with 11 plants in them.
(When the bog garden is more established & less sad-looking, I'll definitely share a pic!)
Briefly bathed my finger in formic acid at work yesterday because there was a hole in my glove. I was rinsing a sample in water when I noticed the pain so I think it must have been diluted by that before really getting to my skin. Still, I was pretty sure my nail was going to end up falling off because it kept burning under and around it long after I neutralized and rinsed the rest. Today, the distal half of that finger is all dry and, in places, scaly. At least it is only very superficial!
Dipped my toes into the Fedora pool for a few days last week. It was okay. Ran back to Arch.
Using a new distro is like visiting a country with a language and culture that mostly overlap your own but in a dialect with which you aren't entirely familiar and a few customs that keep you from feeling too comfortable.
I'd like to raise some money so I can help out a friend of mine - I have these originals for sale, prices plus postage :) The ruler for scale is in centimetres. Pitcher Plant, marker/pencil, £30. Green snake, marker/pencil, £40. Succulent, marker/pencil, £25. Pig, ink & watercolour, £45.
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Delighted to see the release of the new privacy-friendly keys.openpgp.org keyserver, which finally fixes a number of serious issues in the aged SKS network. The new server finally lets you replace or delete your keys and has separation of key and identity data!
Millennial lottery winner excited to finally quit one of his five jobs
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So, Plectranthus australis is apparently a synonym of P. parviflorus which is not the plant my coworker grows.
My guess is that P. australis is a misidentification of P. verticillatus that has become common in the trade.
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