L'internet mobile au Vietnam...
1) Est beaucoup moins stable qu'en Europe 🙁
2) Est super cheap 🙂
3) N'hésite pas à sortir ton téléphone de sa veille plusieurs fois par jour pour t'afficher de la pub (et te voler le focus si tu étais entrain de faire un truc) 🤯
Ça vient directement de l'opérateur. J'ai jamais vu ça, j'en reviens pas qu'on en sois là.. C'est tellement abusé !
I Like That The Boat Is Stuck
Plus de 15 ans de linux à mon actif. Je viens de faire mon premier rm -rf / par erreur.
Mon script faisait bêtement un rm -rf "/$1".
$ sh my_script_of_death.sh
rm: it is dangerous to operate recursively on '/'
rm: use --no-preserve-root to override this failsafe
Très bonne surprise ! Merci rm ! Merci --preserve-root !!
« A priest, a pastor and a rabbit walked in to blood donation clinic.
The nursed asked the rabbit: "What is your blood type?"
"I am probably a type O" said the rabbit. »
An extremely detailed retrospective of how systemd came to be, how it evolved, and what it actually is (an init system? Ha!): https://blog.darknedgy.net/technology/2020/05/02/0/
It's a long, long, long write-up, but it's probably the most worthwhile piece on the topic. The author took the time to re-read some old emails and demonstrate how the declared goals repeatedly changed over time. Also an interesting break-down of systemd's technical deficiencies, and how they didn't stop the adoption.
If you were looking for a definitive analysis of what happened to Linux in 2011–2015, this is it.
> "After a year of care and patience and sacrifice, with cases still going on relentlessly around the world, I personally have lost it with you people. I don’t think I’m alone. I’m pretty sure everyone else who just spent a year at home, or only going to an essential job while doing everything they could to prevent transmission have also lost it with you people. We may not know who you are, we may never know, but we hate you now. You did this to us"
An interesting take!
Last release of uBlock Origin rejected from google chrome webstore for BS reason "not complying with webstore policy". Gorhill (main dev taking privacy seriously unlike uBlock and adblock devs) won't bother trying to push back. He's right. Just don't bother with chrome. Time to drop support.
Switch away from chrome if you didn't already. A browser where blocking ads at a technical level is made harder and harder, and now this kind of barrier...
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