Amazfit Bip with Gadgetbridge https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/amazfit-bip-with-gadgetbridge
Why I can't use a web email client for real work https://people.kernel.org/gregkh/why-i-cant-use-a-web-email-client-for-real-work
Niantic's Wizards Unite
WU is kind of dull. With the exception of "wizard challenges" there is no community aspect to it at all, and there's no player competition whatsoever (Hogwarts houses are decorative only).
I have to assume some community aspects will be introduced at some later point, but for now I'm giving up on WU and sticking with Ingress. At least with Ingress there's incentive to move around beyond the local park.
[Full-time] Fedora Community Manager at RedHat https://www.fossjobs.net/job/10095/fedora-community-manager-at-redhat/ #jobs
Run gnupg-2.2.17 on your EL7 system https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/run-gnupg-2-2-17-on-your-el7-system
If you've started following me because of the "patches carved in developer sigchains" article but are not sure about SSB, this is a good write-up that will let you wrap your head around it:
Patches carved into developer sigchains https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/patches-carved-into-developer-sigchains
@write_as Hmm... it would appear that 0.10.0 is still not supporting language-c (though I believe it was supposed to start supporting it). https://people.kernel.org/brauner/android-binderfs
Technology is so much fun https://kernelpage.com/corbet/technology-is-so-much-fun
Mirroring lore.kernel.org https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/mirroring-lore-kernel-org
Hmm... I posted this: https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/aws-nlb-with-tls-listener-and-tcp_sack but I don't see it in my Home timeline on floss.social. Is federation between people.kernel.org and floss.social working? @downey @write_as
Newer AF-P lenses required applying a firmware update to my Nikon-D5300 in order for it to be fully compatible. Imagine my dismay when the only download options were "Windows" or "Mac". Thankfully, the .exe's are just RAR self-extract archives that can be handled with "unrar -e", and the actual procedure is copying those .bin blobs to the removable media. Quite relieved that I didn't have to go scouring my backups for the ancient Windows VM.