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!
Free speech and censorship are critically important issues. And, using them to defend Richard Stallman’s return to the Free Software Foundation (FSF) board is just plain wrong.
There are many blogs and tutorials with nice shortcuts providing the necessary openssl commands to create and sign x509 certficates.
At May First, disk i/o has been our most serious bottle neck for many years.
There are the printed remarks I made during the May First webinar on free software during the Corona Virus pandemic, which can be heard via the recording.
I know there is a pedagogically appropriate way to teach 6 year olds how to program and this is not it.