(#2hlggeq) @email@example.com i received the point of the article loud and clear. there’s plenty of young people who have become frustrated and sought out ways to aggregate. of course mass re-adoption is futile, but putting the information out there in a way that makes things simple for others is likely a good plan. meanwhile i’ll go back to baking a docker container that can aggregate nearly anything you throw at it
i don’t think rss has gone anywhere. it’s likely obfuscated by all of these apps and services that aggregate for you. my reader is full of blogs and videos. also @firstname.lastname@example.org work on watching videos from the terminal and aggregating via rss. it’s a great workflow
if you’re running from the terminal docker run -e DOMAIN='toxik.com' -rm myimage where -e is how you pass the the environment variables at execution time. if you need multiples you can do -e DOMAIN='toxik.com' -e TZ='UTC' and so on
(#h36l74q) @email@example.com are you on the new gear? curious to see if it stabilises the situation at all or if you have to hire professionals to go about in the muck and pull 1960’s copper out of the ground with a dowsing rod.
take aws. no really, take it. get it away from me. expensive as all get out. but with that expense comes the calculation of the costs associated to run such a behemoth.
multiple generator backups
hyperscalar metal / tier1 infrastructure
people ready to respond 24⁄7 if shtf
the lovely apis we all know and adore
i think also it pays to keep in mind that a the term datacentre is subjective. you and i run them. so does aws. we can barely guarantee .5 x 9 even with redundant systems and hypertension. meanwhile aws or some other paas provider or a metal datacentre can 4 x 9 all day long and 5 x 9 for their .gov regions.
give a man infinite piles of money, he will draw 9’s. give a man a stack of metal, let’s hope he doesn’t cut himself in the process :-)
(#p2wodwq) @firstname.lastname@example.org pass it on to the customers as typical sop. i’ve worked in that ecosystem in the past. it’s interesting but can become expensive fast. speaking of expensive, openshift. the hardware costs to do it right are immense.
(#yf6xnsa) @email@example.com back is in question, but present absolut! currently working on many projects now that i have some forced free time and have been getting the pod ready. been writing a lot and working with music and visuals somewhat in the realm of what @firstname.lastname@example.org enjoys