Linux Load Averages: Solving the Mystery http://www.brendangregg.com/blog/2017-08-08/linux-load-averages.html
You can follow multiple hashtags on Mastodon very easily:
1. Search for a hashtag
2. Go to the search results column, open its options and select "Pin"
3. On the pinned column, open its options and select "Include additional tags for this column"
4. Add all the hashtags you want to follow to "Any of these"
This pinned column will then show results for the tags you add to it.
It allows you to follow topics in a single column the same way you would follow people.
Ok, due to popular demand I have added XMPP to the switching.social messenger alternatives page:
Feedback welcome, especially about the choice of apps.
Bin die nächsten Tage spontan in #Berlin und suche von Donnerstag (morgen) auf Freitag noch eine Übernachtungsmöglichkeit. Sachdienliche Hinweise gerne direkt hier oder per DM. 😉
Please *contact me*. All I need is the domain name, which EU Member State it's located in, and the rough topic of the instance. Approximate user count welcome, but not necessary.
Please help. This is important.
#Plume is a free open federated blogging platform for the Fediverse.
You can find out more at:
You can sign up at:
...and many other instances listed at https://joinplu.me
It's powered by ActivityPub, so you can follow Plume blogs from Mastodon, Friendica, Pleroma and other ActivityPub-powered social networks.
If you have submitted patches (or translations) to Mastodon before and they've become part of the software, you can go here:
And submit an invoice for your work 💰
📥 Pi-Hole Blockliste aktualisiert
3️⃣ neue Blocklisten integriert
💯 Insgesamt werden inzwischen 19 Blocklisten vereint
Gerne zu eurem Pi-Hole hinzufügen! Blockiert werden Werbungen und Tracker.
We're looking for a Browser Developer to join our team!
You'll work on C++ patches to our Firefox-based browser, writing new APIs, altering functionality for privacy & security, and making improvements to our collection of add-ons
#hiring #jobs #devjobs
Awesome, I just noticed that #Debian provides now official packages for the #Nextcloud Desktop Client! 😃 https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=nextcloud&searchon=names&suite=all§ion=all
Don't be. You're doing valuable work and there's no need to let people stress you out for free. I set an expectation that commercial users pay me on my project's web sites now.
I might help non-paying users, because they found interesting bugs, or there's money left over from paying users, or because I'm feeling nice, but I don't have to—my time is valuable, and I don't owe random consumers of my work anything.
Oh we're talking about open source maintainer mental health again. As someone who's come pretty close to burning out on unpaid labor but is currently living off open software, here's my take:
Firstly, popularity changes everything. Building and sharing hobby projects is great and I hearthily recommend it. This is relatively little work for you, pushes you to think about code clarity and docs, and might help someone.
So, to sum up:
Yes, git repos sometimes get corrupted.
And this doesn't only happen on OpenBSD's ffs, it can also happen on ext4.
But if you have basic understanding of how git works internally, you can often fix it, or at least recover previous commit, and of course the worktree.
And a fresh clone often isn't necessary.
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