I'm becoming increasingly lazy with server management. Before I was doing everything from command line, now I just use #cockpit
I think this is pretty big.
Signal introduces opt out for PINs (beta):
Read also some valid points by M. Marlinspike:
Nas is still #freebsd but zfs on linux is starting to look very promising so might change that one point.
#Gentoo for the times I feel like tweaking but I'm still not comfortable enough to use it on daily tasks.
Compiling #gentoo isn't that bad if you install minimal system and use binary packages for browsers.
But I wouldn't have patience to use full blown desktop with my hardware.
but hey $0 except the electricity
I ended up using opus with 64k bit rate. Sounded the best and my total library size was 8Gb.
Which format should I use to compress music to relatively small space for phone? I
I read that in the higher bitrate the differences are non-existing but if you want ~100 kbps #opus is the best quality but uses cpu way more than #vorbis or #mp3. I'm concerned if this uses more battery.
Anybody experienced is this difference significant or only matter in outdated or very low spec scenarios? All the reviews I find are pretty old.
@tzycce @hund If it makes it any better; since 2017 mp3 is no longer proprietary. https://www.iis.fraunhofer.de/en/ff/amm/consumer-electronics/mp3.html