In some ways it feels like 2016 all over again.
I just sent myself a test message via Powerbase (a hosted CiviCRM project for community organizers) and it didn’t arrive.
By far the biggest LVM Cache surprise is just how well it works.
I upgraded my first servers from buster to bullseye over the weekend and it went very smoothly, so big thank you to all the debian developers who contributed your labor to the bullseye release!
It seems like the self-hosting git world has all moved to gitlab or gitea.
I wrote a control panel in 2005 using PHP, without any framework.
It seems I’m the only person on the Internet who didn’t know sending email to Google with bit.
Back in the days of Etch, I converted this blog from Drupal to ikiwiki.
May First Movement Technology has been running a public Jitsi Meet instance since well before the pandemic to support Internet-based, video meetings for folks who don’t want to rely on corporate and proprietary infrastructure.
I’ve been running the Openbox window manager since 2005. That’s longer then I’ve lived in any one apartment in my entire life!