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Steve Schnepp
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Steve Schnepp 10h
Replying to @marcchantreux
Pour l'état ? Pas sûr que ça soit payant si ca rentre dans les clous d'une information d'urgence (cell broadcast).
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Steve Schnepp Nov 20
Replying to @rfc1149
Bah, il suffit d'encapsuler l'UDP dans de l'HTTP !😆 C'est tout-terrain le HTTP, un peu comme les SUV.
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Steve Schnepp Nov 20
I have to admit that American officials really know how to convey information to its population better than French ones.
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Steve Schnepp Nov 12
Replying to @badlogicgames
Reminds me of : A distributed system is one in which the failure of a computer you didn't even know existed can render your own computer unusable. -- Leslie Lamport
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Steve Schnepp Nov 2
Replying to @Raspberry_Pi
Awesome, it reminds me of the golden era of 80s computing, where the computer was also "in" the keyboard
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Steve Schnepp Oct 29
Replying to @badlogicgames
Indeed, waiting for some that only is allowed under lockdowns.
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Steve Schnepp Oct 28
Updated graph for positivity in France - with a 7-day average - starting on the 1rst August - green to black (was green to red) - date until 24th oct (was 16th) We can definitely see a dramatic acceleration in the last week.
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Steve Schnepp Oct 27
Replying to @fabynou @Microsoft
Windows already has that infamous "Recovery Partition", all it would take is an overlayfs. Since macOS went that road also with Catalina, it is indeed something that can be done. Yet I guess that the combinatory of supported configurations are much higher in the windows world.
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Steve Schnepp Oct 27
Replying to @fabynou @FSouchu
Having POOM getting the "Fabien Sanglard treatment" would be damn interesting ;-)
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Steve Schnepp Oct 21
Replying to @steve_schnepp
Strange thing is 10-19 is worse than 19-29. My theory is that those 2 are very asymptomatic, but the 10-19 get tested more as still present in their parents household.
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Steve Schnepp Oct 21
Seems that, indeed, the young gets infected first and it leaks into the elders one. Data from
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Steve Schnepp Oct 20
Il n'y a pas une seule pierre que nous n'ayons pas retournée...
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Steve Schnepp Oct 15
Replying to @mfussenegger
Missing a "HTTP 301" ? 🤣
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Steve Schnepp Oct 8
Replying to @AtaxyaNetwork
Tiens, ça me rappelle
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Steve Schnepp Sep 30
Indeed, everyone knows that Pluto is a dog.
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Steve Schnepp Sep 27
Replying to @steve_schnepp
And its satirical followup
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Steve Schnepp Sep 27
As WFH is becoming the new normal, working in distributed teams isn't just all-day zooming as before. Take that opportunity to change your paradigm.
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Steve Schnepp Sep 25
Pardon. Je me reprends. Filter n'est pas bloquer aveuglément, mais je conçois qu'en un tweet, à l'emporte-pièce par construction, la confusion est quasi inévitable.
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Steve Schnepp Sep 25
Je penche surtout pour une application en milieu maîtrisé. Il est toujours intéressant pour les équipements intermédiaires d'avoir le contexte d'un drop de paquet. Et oui, ces paquets doivent être filtrés en bordure, car ils reposent sur la confiance.
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Steve Schnepp Aug 7
Replying to @dascritch
J'ai eu le souci il y a quelques années déjà. Et j'ai commencé à regarder des outils style mais finalement, le plus simple a été de tout copier sur plusieurs gros HDD périodiquement renouvelés.
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