We’re slowly adjusting to daily power outages. We’ve only had one that last 24 hours… most are just 1 - 2 hours.
Navigating the openssl suite of subcommands is time consuming. Here’s my list of frequently used commands for easy reference:
Most of us developers use metaphors to help convey an understanding of how our software works.
Mark Engler’s customary insightful analysis is glaringly absent from his recent piece on Internet organizing in Dissent Magazine.
What’s the best way to run PHP in Debian in a shared environment?
The trip started out great. Taking a walk near the house…
COP16, the meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol, is coming up in early December.
Given the impending deprecation of vservers, I’ve decided to make the switch to KVM on my laptop.
We’ve got a fairly layered set of software that runs beneath our file systems: RAID1 followed by cryptsetup, followed by lvm.
We’ve setup a video watching station at Blue Stockings Bookstore, where we’re handing out print outs of the excellent climate solutions briefs on grassrootsclimatesolutions.