@malin also if you want to take a step further to heresy https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Install_Arch_Linux_from_existing_Linux#Debian-based_host
@malin I've done this because I'm lazy. It probably is heresy though.
Today, we've unveiled our roadmap to #PeerTube's v3: live streaming, global search, better plugins, playlists and moderation: we will need your help!
▶️ info https://framablog.org/2020/05/26/our-plans-for-peertube-v3-progressive-fundraising-live-streaming-coming-next-fall
▶️ share and support https://joinpeertube.org/roadmap
@hund dokuwiki hosted on separate machine.
@Maza no thanks I'm happy with Debian.:P
Making the change for just because of another init system makes no sense for me.
@beegrrl distcc is a life saver if you have another computer or server with free resources lying around.,
@Maza refreshing to see somebody talking in great detail about this subject
systemd, 10 years later: a historical and technical retrospective https://blog.darknedgy.net/technology/2020/05/02/0/
Should have seen something like this coming.
Zoom acquired Keybase today.
Keybase helped me to identify a trend in the software industry: using a pretty UI to cover up the disruption of an open ecosystem with a closed, centralized replacement. Keybase seemed cool on the face of it - making encryption easier is a laudible goal, and PGP certainly could use the improvement. But, thanks to Keybase, now I ask different questions upfront.
Beware the Keybase formula:
1. Integrates with an existing, open ecosystem
2. May have open-source clients, but server is closed source and does not federate
3. Pretty UI and good marketing
4. VC funded
Consider the following:
2. Keybase is used by a lot of people to sign their #git commits and whatnot.
3. Zoom, a company with bad security track record and murky ownership now has potential supply-chain-attack capability on a lot of software whose git commits are signed using keys that touch Keybase.
@Unairedspecifics Onenote/evernote replacement for personal notes.
@linuxpaulm I don't think anyone denies it's a great search engine.
I find myself using !sp bang quite often.
@Horizon_Innovations portability, scalability, ease of use.
In the context of home servers, a handful of needed services and system load , nothing really :P
What to use for voice chat?