So let's get on with this - for #36c3, we are crowdfunding scooters for everyone!

If you want to be able to roll around with scooters during next congress, why not donate a few euros for the commons?

on the 3 (NitrogenOS). Encryption is not supported (File-Based and Full-Disk) 😐. So I'm going back to 9 and wait for 17

'Gero Storjohann (CDU) gab zu bedenken, dass mit dem Tempolimit eine "konsequente Geschwindigkeitskontrolle vonnöten" wäre. Die Grünen wollten also eine "Totalüberwachung unserer Autobahn".'
Hatte so ein Lachflash. Aber eigentlich ist es nur noch traurig...

amazing 10,000 drones display at the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China celebration

Habe gerade erfolgreich eine Software via Fax freigeschaltet 🤪

A train station is where the train stops.

A bus station is where the bus stops.

On my desk there's a workstation...

this one is such a crazy but really lovely, cuddly kitty cat :)
fed him a few times while my friend was away.

#photography #canon #cat #white #cats #animal #crazy #cute #catsofmastodon

#vegan + got #XMPP IM?

Share #stories, #news, #recipes, #questions :)

In theory it's quite easy. I'd just need a distributed file system with caching (there are quite a lot lol And then I need to run the application on both servers and keep them in sync. Idk how good Nextcloud can handle this. The client has to decide to which server it connects.
I am looking for some examples now
@heimdall @triF5

Has someone an idea how to solve this problem:
I have 2 servers. One is in a datacenter and has fast internet access but small disk space. The second one is at home and has not so fast internet (~30Mbit/s up/down) but lots of disk space.

Now I want to setup a Nextcloud or sth similar where the datacenter server is basically caching and then slowly syncing to the homeserver.
And if I am at home I would not need the cache server of course.
Is there an (easy) solution?

Y'all should be using #Firefox containers for your site-isolating and anonymous browsing needs and I wrote about them #privacy


21.01.19 by Alexander Waschkau, Sven Rudloff & Dr. Sebastian Bartoschek

Web player:
Episode: zweiten Stunde schilderte Alexander seine Erfahrungen mit Content- bzw. Trigger-Warnungen in Sozialen Medien, insbesondere bei Mastodon. Wie sieht die Praxis aus? Was soll die Warnungen aus Sicht ihrer Verfechter bewirken? Was hat das mit Traumata und PTSB zu tun? Warum sind solche Warnungen aus psychologischer Sicht fragwürdig?

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