Pinned toot

Hello! This is my TOOTtalk

I'm the cross-sections of bad ideas executed really well - with a lot of stories to tell

In I work a lot with

In - player but also love

In life are all a big draw

In I'm all about Asian

Learning to speak love my :bongoblob:

OH: Yeah but we're not playing the price is right, we're playing django is wrong!

In this house we have Linux, Mac, and Windows machines (in that order). I use a 2015 MBP with 1T of disk space and got a low disk warning. While I do use this for a lot of video/photo editing. I can't really explain this though.

How is over half the hard-drive "System"? Mind you the red is "Applications"

I don't really identify as a frontend or backend developer.

I like code.

I like writing really difficult code.

I don't care where that falls on the spectrum.

I just want to be challenged.

Not a typical but 2 months ago I built a ~$4,500 rig in an 8U travel case for all-in-one networking + esports streaming (encoder, cameras, capture cards, headsets, mics) setup that flew from DC to Chicago to Germany and back.

Well, I lost the key to open the case now that it's home and through the magic of a $25 lock-pick set I've got access again!

interesting factoid - bitnami owns about 11% of the stable helm charts in the helm/charts repo. 🤔

A toot's got me wondering about the nature of consent in a specific way; I won't ever have an Alexa or anything like it, and maybe you won't either; but other people will.

And now I'm thinking, if you have one of these lumps of spyware in your home, should you be *required* to offer a formal warning to any visitors? I think so; you're required to place CCTV warnings if you run CCTV, and if anything systems like Alexa are more invasive, not less.

The data from a CCTV system might never leave the premises; the data from these "assistants" goes **directly** to servers outside either your *or* your host's control, where your voice may be datamined for any damned purpose the server owners choose.

Don't feel bad about saying "I don't wanna come over, you've got an Alexa running." It's not paranoia to be creeped out by AIs (or persons) unknown listening to your private conversations. It's *normal*. You don't *need* anything to "hide" for you desire not to *share* to be valid.

I'm impressed by the project, they've done a bang up job with implementation - opting to integrate with existing subsystems instead of just crashing into a system with opinions.

I donated $50 to the project, I hope that helps to support their developers and show my appreciation for their tooling.

I can't play video games in the living room anymore since there's a tiny terrorist living in my house and when he sees the TV he becomes mesmerized.

As a result, I've re-worked my office space to have:

* More desk space
* Fit an additional monitor and the gaming PC

Hopefully, with some nice headphones I can enjoy a few hours of gaming a week when the baby is asleep.

Pics forthcoming

So, we have:

USB Type A
USB Type B
USB Mini
USB Micro
USB Type C

I feel like Type C should actually be called Type E and Mini / Micro should be C / D respectively.

Today in "everything is terrible:" Contactless credit card payments expose all your previous payments to the current store. In convenient plain text, suitable for Microsoft Excel.

Want privacy? Don't use contactless. Insert the card to use the chip.

Computers were a mistake.

( :birdsite: twitter.com/zemnmez/status/115)

Looking for someone with experience PXE booting Raspberry Pi compute modules, or know of alternatives to RPi Compute Module for factors with PXE support.

Just published my first thing i ever created on the Thingiverse.

The NanoPC T4 Riser that i 3d printed last month

thingiverse.com/thing:3752807

LMK if this helps anyone or if you need mods to make it work for your deployment.

🙇‍♂️

Looking for someone with experience PXE booting Raspberry Pi compute modules, or know of alternatives to RPi Compute Module for factors with PXE support.

If you haven't gotten enough K8s in your diet, here's another project that's interesting to me:

a game server hosting framework, powered by k8s

agones.dev

Basically me working late night on a demo for tomorrow

Do you deploy Prometheus with any volume/scale?

Have your charts gotten bloated and slow?

I thought about trying to write a varnish config to cache metric queries, but instead I ran across:

github.com/Comcast/trickster

and my early investigations are promising. Its caching like it should, proxying as well, its so transparent you'd almost never know its there.

For once, I'm actually *happy* by something Comcast has done. Probably for the first, and last, time.

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