Oh no where did @mtigas go
@romanzolotarev: Will it work?
"All command-line software which outputs text with ANSI color added should check for the presence of a NO_COLOR environment variable that, when present (regardless of its value), prevents the addition of ANSI color."
This problem might not be so bad if users just had to check their Spam folder but these e-mails totally disappear after reaching Microsoft's email servers. The only solution is for users to manually add my address as a "Safe Sender" /before/ expecting to receive the e-mail.
Their Sender Support Team just tells me to enroll in SNDS/JMRP but also suggests I "may wish" to signup for Return Path's Sender Score racket to pay $1375 a year to be "certified" to send to them (despite being able to e-mail every other domain).
More adventures in e-mail: Microsoft is silently dropping all e-mail from http://pushover.net to Hotmail/Outlook.com users despite DKIM/SPF/DMARC in use, IP not RBLed, and enrolled in their SNDS/JMRP programs. No bounces, no Spam folder, just dropped.
January 2018 →
@PushoverApp: Pushover 3.0 is out today for iOS, Android, and Desktop, and now includes support for image attachments!
The new version of Onion Browser for iOS is out and now uses my open source Endless Browser code for most of the non-Tor parts
Don't pipe that curl download to a shell, it could do something dangerous.
Instead, download the source archive and then blindly execute the 300Kb of obfuscated shell script as "./configure"
It's neat that Microsoft is porting OpenSSH to Windows but is this really how they do open source? Just giant commits of unrelated changes with no log messages explaining why things were changed?
By comparison, my Huawei laptop has a "256 Gb" SSD which reports 500118192 sectors at 512/bytes sector = 256060514304 bytes, which is understandably 256 Gb at 1000^3 bytes = 1 Gb.
Apple's marketing claims 1Gb = 1000^3 bytes for SSDs instead of 1024^3, but their "512 Gb" SSD reports 122138133 sectors at 4096 bytes/sector = 500277792768 bytes which is only 500 Gb (really 465 Gb). Where's the extra 12,000,000,000 bytes to even claim 512 Gb?
Never thought I'd see the day, but the Broadcom WiFi card on the 2017 MacBook works on OpenBSD (and is quite fast) thanks to the amazing work of @BluerisEN
Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House
December 2017 →
At least it's not sys/nfs...
Jim & Andy
AT&T gigabit fiber finally became available in my part of town and I got it installed today
I finally got Arduino code compilation and uploading to my new Arduboy working from OpenBSD
Forcing the OpenBSD laptop to the 5Ghz channel (ifconfig iwm0 chan XX) does the same thing but otherwise it would always pick a 2.4Ghz channel by default which has terrible throughput. Not sure if automatically choosing 2.4Ghz vs 5Ghz is an OpenBSD bug or a macOS feature.
After noticing my MacBook Pro was on a 5Ghz channel and getting good speed (119 Mbit/sec), I reconfigured my Airport Extremes to have a different 5Ghz network name so my OpenBSD laptop will join that instead, now it gets 21 Mbit/sec.
I did some speed tests with iperf to diagnose my slow WiFi on OpenBSD, it was only getting 155Kbits/sec (!) despite being 2 feet from the AP and having very low latency (which is why it never bothered me much before).
I came across this app "PushSafer" on the App Store and it's copying @PushoverApp so hard they didn't even bother changing "Pushover" when they copied the FAQ.
I don't know which is more annoying; Apple's ridiculous App Store rules like rejecting my update because the changelog mentioned the iPhone X days before pre-orders were open, or how they arbitrarily enforce them like rejecting an update for something an app has had for years
Your app does not comply with the Guidelines for Using Apple's Trademarks and Copyrights. Specifically, your app includes:
- Apple trademark, Safari, imagery - or likeness - in the app icon
November 2017 →
Switching from 1Password to Bitwarden
This is the same crash that I see with the same ChatKit backtrace: https://openradar.appspot.com/35348263
I wonder if an app with a stupid iMessage/sticker plugin is causing this... guess I'll try uninstalling all of them one by one.
Backed up to iCloud, restored to the X and same result. Tried a local backup editor to copy a fresh SMS\.db file from another device backup into this one and restored, same crash. Must be some other file Messages is reading that causes the crash, but no idea where to look.
My iPhone X arrived today and I've spent half the day trying to figure out why the Messages app crashes on startup after transferring from my 6S. The app opens fine on the 6S, both are on 11.1.1. Deleted all threads on the 6S, backed up, restored to the X, same result.
What if the rise in popularity of non-magnetic stainless steel fridges made it so millennial kids could no longer hang their achievements and pictures on the fridge, causing a drop in self-esteem, causing an over-reaction from the parents, turning them into helicopter parents?
ChiBUG will be meeting tomorrow - #FreeBSD #NetBSD #OpenBSD
A vision of the internet without net-neutrality? Only routing to/from IP space with long-standing good (read: paid-for) reputation.
Trying to develop reputation becomes game of sending natively, catching soft bounces, adding rule for particular domain, retrying, etc.
I can relay through a smarthost but then the reputation never improves. Cloudmark CSI seems to be the big player that many subscribe to.
It's hard to send e-mail from a new server with unknown/poor IP reputation from previous owner. No new IPv4 IPs so everything gets reused.
Maybe requiring everyone to renew Let's Encrypt SSL certs every 90 days isn't such a good idea...
October 2017 →
If this works, my Micropub integration worked and I can post to my site from the Micro.blog iOS app
I am at @release_notes
Monday, October 16th, 2017 to Wednesday the 18th -
Release Notes 2017 @ Chicago
@lobsters: OpenBSD 6.2 Released
https://lobste.rs/s/ar68vr #openbsd #release
September 2017 →
And it only took a few tries to get perfect...
Upped my black-electrical-tape game and used a vinyl plotter to make stickers to black out the logos, power LED, and webcam on my X1
The Big Sick
As nice as suspend/resume and how mildly snappier Firefox is, I'm happiest about inteldrm bringing gamma control so I can use redshift.
The X1C5 is becoming another boring OpenBSD laptop. The microSD card slot works now and it can suspend and resume.
OpenBSD on the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (5th Gen)
garbage: Interview with Purism's Todd Weaver
August 2017 →
garbage: Interview with Patrick Wildt
Hay guys I've been out of the country for a week did I miss anything
UA228 ORD -> YYZ for the OpenBSD t2k17 hackathon
Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 to Tuesday the 15th - OpenBSD t2k17 Hackathon @ Toronto, Canada
@cperciva: The session at #bsdcam on "issues with FreeBSD on the desktop" has now spent 10 minutes struggling to get a projector working with FreeBSD.
@RoadandTrack: The complete oral history of the McLaren F1. http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/a10368266/the-complete-oral-history-of-the-mclaren-f1/
ChiBUG meeting tonight in Oak Park at 6pm #openbsd #netbsd #freebsd #dragonflybsd #gnuhurd
July 2017 →
@PushoverApp: Announcing Pushover for Teams
Both will show full signal but have no IP connectivity to anything on the LAN for ~30 secs (or after manually reassociating).
Really regretting ditching my 2 Airport Extreme APs for Orbi APs. The range is better but it's so unreliable on my Mac and iPhone.
To think that major Android phone vendors don't even care about this stuff in 2017 is mind boggling