If you scraped any Epik data, does that mean you've taken a leak?
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Anonymous returned from hiatus: why haven't you?
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Is next week's release in China going to be branded "Windows Xi?"
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Why are you still reading this when http://2600.nyc is so much more informative?
This Week in Security: OpenOffice Vulnerable, iOS Vulnerable, Outlook… You Get The Idea https://hackaday.com/2021/10/01/this-week-in-security-openoffice-vulnerable-ios-vulnerable-outlook-you-get-the-idea/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1443938988226658321
Just had someone asking what instances are.
It's really, really simple:
The instance you are on is the site you signed up on.
Fediverse instances are connected, so that people on different instances can interact with each other. (It's kind of like phone network providers, even people using different providers can still call each other.)
Different instances have different owners, different rules etc. If you disagree with how an instance is run, you can move your account (including your follows & followers) to a different instance.
You can see which instance someone belongs to by going to their profile page and looking at the Fediverse address.
For example, FediTips is on the mstdn.social instance.
There's a really good animation from a couple of years ago which explains all this:
Ansible - Créer une machine de test Windows 2019 Server https://www.journalduhacker.net/s/2zz2ss/ansible_cr_er_une_machine_de_test_windows https://blog.stephane-robert.info/post/ansible-machine-test-windows-libvirt/ #virtualisation #ansible
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Replying to @hackaday
Honestly amazed more people didn't just come out and say this.
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1443014894748536834
apparently i'm old zoomer enough that my thing was eclipse when i did the awful java classes at my uni
guess what i used
Here is my Silent Remix of Teenagers From Outerspace in VP9 and Opus.
It's 3.9 MB and 15.5 minutes for a bitrate of roughly 30KBps.
It's slightly higher bitrate than the absolute smallest video I've ever put together, but I think it looks much better than the other low bitrate videos I've done.
I was impressed with VP9. If I was prepping something for wide distribution on the cheap, I would probably use similar encoding.
c: don't even think about it
python: maybe, but probably not
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