It is proven! I am seantodd on Keybase: https://keybase.io/seantodd/sigchain#02a041fcb125bfc89ab9f6c8173af5afb288c30f960e8fb2e8c3542c86eb785f0f
So, whitespashe.uk has lost all of it's toots.
This is due to a truncate command being run on the local statuses table, including the cascade option to include other related tables.
Normal functionality is there, so I don't think anything else has been affected. I'll try to see if there's a way of reimporting our user account exports, but if not:
Whitespashe.uk has been given a fresh start!
> 15 years ago, I co-led a team trying to give 100% free Internet access to all of San Francisco starting with the poorest neighborhoods first. The network would be anonymous, with no ads, no cookies, etc. Approximately a $20-25 million gift. The result? We were chased out of town.
I couldn't resist turning this tweet into a #comic : https://mobile.twitter.com/Bry_Mac/status/1250155077668605954
It was as good an excuse as any to experiment with the comics brush set. :)
Had this going on, in case anyone else has the same problem with some of their apps on Android opening then immediately closing.
sudo rm -rf /System/Applications/News.app
rm: /System/Applications/News.app: Operation not permitted
If sudo <command> results in an “Operation not permitted” error, it’s not your computer.
PS. Dear fediverse, no need to suggest alternatives, my daily driver is a StarLabs LabTop running @elementary and I dev cross-platform/web apps that I need to test on macOS and Windows also. Thank you.
At times, ansible really really annoys me.
But then, I need $THING like - in series, across all these backends in haproxy on multiple servers, in drain -> maintenance -> upgrade the app -> wait for /health UP -> add it back to the pool -> repeat.
And it's so so sweet.
It's my swiss army knife of DevOops. And considering that, it's not unreasonable that it doesn't have a DAG (Graph) of all the tasks/roles, or a clever distributed raft backend.
Because it only took 5 minutes for the task.
Friendly Neighbourhood Sysadmin.
This is a mastodon instance that allows users to share ideas and participate in discussions.
Whitespashe is named after the Admins' first joint coding project, which replaced spaces within a Word document with non-printable characters.
This would preserve readability, but would fool plagiarism detection sites such as Turnitin.
This site was named after this project, as it represents a desire to create whilst simultaneously sticking it to the Man (or in this case, the hellscape that is Twitter).
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