Turns out unauthorized people had access to http://outlook.com data for 3 months... Perhaps time for #selfhosting so you know who has access to your data?
RT @[email protected]
Microsofts http://Outlook.com: Unbefugte hatten drei Monate lang Zugriff auf Kundendaten #Outlook https://glm.io/140664?t
and the message that he left in main page:
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Programming: doing it more vs doing it better https://kevinmartinjose.com/2019/04/08/programming-doing-it-more-vs-doing-it-better/
I've finished watching all the videos documenting the in-development Mill CPU architecture. This is a novel design with it's own machine code language that achieves more performance out of less complexity.
I'll summarize those videos now, but keep in mind this is a simplification on top of a simplification.
Sidenote: It'd be interesting to see a Linux port to the Mill.
Can Linux handle the Mill's global virtual address space? Can Mill-based isolation be retrofitted around kernel modules?
I'm super sad to announce that in cause of bad server configuration, entire production database of prismo.news has been accidentally wiped out. Without option to restore it.
You can't imagine how angry i am right now but i assure you i'm gonna write an extended post about that incident with description of everything that happened and lessons learned.
I'm super sorry for your loss, i hope fediverse will forgive me one day.
After a small discussion this morning (https://mastodon.social/@dansup/101865787856824731), we're adding support for the `commentsEnabled` field, which is now in both @pixelfed and #PeerTube.
This will land in our next #WriteFreely release, v0.9
Manipulating the YouTube Algorithm - (Part 1/3) Smarter Every Day 213 https://prismo.news/posts/749