I like but honestly, managing dashboards is a real pain somehow. Grafonnet looks promising but is in a half-done state. Managing dashboards with the UI only is hell as well... Need to think about how to continue. Suggestions welcome.

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#Hardware reminder : If you want to build a #cluster at low-cost (energy and money) with 7 #RaspberryPi Compute Module (1, 3 and 3+) for #selfhosting, #3Drender, #homelab, etc., here's #TuringPi (V1 but V2 announced) /> turingpi.com

WTF of the day: cryptography:

- requires Rust since a few releases
- doesn't provide wheels for Alpine Linux
- doesn't provide armv7 wheels for supported distributions
- rust version provided by nearly every distro is too old for cryptography
- I wanted to use latest rust on armv7/python:3.9-alpine docker container to build cryptography
- `rustup` does not work on armv7

Really?! That's one of those days 🀬

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I've used a ton of blogging software over the years. The one thing that's given me very little pain: file-based storage, or more specifically, Markdown files. An appreciation post.: rusingh.com/articles/2021/02/1

Use secuity token they said...
bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.c

But really, its such a pain on a daily use. How should "normal" users deal with such a shitshow?

Docker drives me crazy these days... Looks like a lot is changing but as a result things are half-broken all the time:

- Docker repo for Ubuntu 20.04 armhf --> broken
- Docker arm32v7/docker:dind-20 image --> missing
- cgroup v1/2 mess before Docker 20
- systemd issues with the early Docker 20 stable releases

Brave New World πŸŽ‰

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the lovely folks over at HostingAdvice.com interviewed us about the way we work, what we have to offer, and what's special about uberspace - have a look! πŸŽ‰

hostingadvice.com/blog/uberspa

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In case the #sysadmin in your life is using/managing/maintaining #centOS and thinks 8 has a long life ahead of it...

blog.centos.org/2020/12/future

Its use as a non-supported version of RHEL 8 is ending in just over a year.

It's use as a secondary Fedora is continuing.

If you want stability without bleeding you'll need to find a new distro.

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Why is special chars handling/missing encoding still such a big issue in 2020 software...

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Dear customers,

we all like snacks.

But please, don't use them as packaging material for return shipping. πŸ˜†

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#muffet is a link checker.

muffet is a tool that scrapes and checks all links on a website recursively. muffet reports the response codes for all available URLs. muffet supports outputting to JSON, following robots.txt or the sitemap.xml, non-recursive operation, and colorized output.

Website πŸ”—οΈ: github.com/raviqqe/muffet

#free #opensource #foss #fossmendations #sysadmin #web

Even though managing dependencies and packaging applications is still not that easy, poetry works much better today than I expected πŸ€“

While I really understand why VScodium does not want to (or cannot) depend on the Microsoft Extension Store ecosystems for legal/licensing reasons, this makes the OSS version currently almost useless for me...

New version 0.5.0 of the Hugo Theme "hugo-geekdoc" is out πŸŽ‰

github.com/thegeeklab/hugo-gee

Thanks to all contributors! -theme

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