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h3artbl33d 🐑 Sep 17
Linux is shit. The 'organic growth' model never worked, 'freedom' and 'open' became synonyms for bad code, nasty hacks and above all laziness.
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Mark Ermolov Sep 11
A first (but not a last) vulnerability in Intel PMC firmware
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h3artbl33d 🐑 Sep 9
I am not going to convince you to use something you might not need. Can you tell me something about the experiences you've seen/read? In my eyes, NextCloud is really pushing the edge. They've introduced E2EE, are revamping the sync clients, etc. Much good developments ongoing.
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h3artbl33d 🐑 Sep 9
Replying to @OpenBSDAms
Ooph. I'll make haste with the NC idea - that might help with the goal you're aiming for πŸ˜‰
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h3artbl33d 🐑 Sep 9
NextCloud is very multi tenant friendly. From nation-wide school districts to large universities, from startups to enterprises like Siemens. I do manage a number of instances, one with a few hundred concurrent users. And it runs smooth like butter.
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h3artbl33d 🐑 Sep 9
Thank you! Though I prefer to block 'em out completely, rather than feeding false info. Though might be a fun project to write a script that simulates regular user usage and feeds false info.
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