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Rasmus Lerdorf
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Rasmus Lerdorf Oct 3
Replying to @Caterina
We've been holed up in Toronto for the past couple of months and we have a Covid Alert app here too. No hits, but plenty of checks, so lots of people seem to be using it.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Oct 1
Replying to @derickr
We have all gotten old. This was from that Linuxtag show where he was running around turning off computers.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Oct 1
Carl is looking for a co-op job for his Jan-Apr term working remotely from California Java, C/C++/C#, hw/firmware design High-energy enthusiastic Waterloo eng student who can pick up anything quickly, incl. programming languages Contact me, or him directly
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 30
Replying to @wim_vds
I assume that is looking for Laravel's .env that people might have put in their docroots by mistake
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 29
Replying to @kingslyj
Not using port 22 for ssh helps quite a bit with that.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 29
Replying to @pmalic
No, there are scanners out there like that can scan the entire ipv4 space in minutes and these are running constantly, so it doesn't take long to be noticed.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 29
I am always amazed how quickly a newly deployed box on a public ip gets hit and it is fascinating to see what they are checking for /login/companyInfo/seriously ?? Seeing a lot of these boaform ones, although if they are trying to exploit CVE-2020-8958 they are doing it wrong
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 25
forkert
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 10
Replying to @kelseyhightower
For those confused by the weird debug flag there, I am just dumping the opcodes to show what that script got compiled to
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 10
Replying to @kelseyhightower
PHP will still be around in 2025 to annoy many with the shortest valid Hello World program possible.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 2
Day 1 report from Carl. When you have a double dorm room to yourself you can make the spare bed into a workstation with a big piece of plywood and some WD-40 to loosen things enough to raise it.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 2
you have an app now. How about an email address instead of a fax number to submit license plate ownership proof?
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 2
Replying to @obra
Yeah, I have gotten a couple of in-person speaker requests as well. No way I am flying anywhere for a conference.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Sep 2
Replying to @jzawodn
Someone just needs to re-invent procmail for text messages
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Rasmus Lerdorf Aug 23
Replying to @jzawodn
I had to read that tweet like 10 times before I understood it. English needs parentheses. Bug (out house) vs. (bug out) house. We are house shopping for a place in Canada right now. I think to be effective you need it to be in another country (if you can get there)
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Rasmus Lerdorf Aug 21
Replying to @cepofo1
It will only charge that fast when the battery is low. Once it gets above 50% it slows down and above 85% it slows down a lot. We usually only charge to 80% (400km) on these long road trips. There are superchargers every 150km or so.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Aug 20
Replying to @rasmus
No mishaps, but we did have a close call with a bear.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Aug 20
Arrived in Sudbury. Short 4-hour drive tomorrow and the Vancouver-Toronto TransCanada Hwy drive will come to an end. Having v3 superchargers most of the way made it extremely convenient.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Aug 20
I am probably up there at a couple of hundred bucks as well.
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Rasmus Lerdorf Aug 18
The "drive Carl to UWaterloo" journey has reached Winnipeg. And he used quarantine to get better at unicycling backwards.
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