Just upgraded to firefox 67.0 and was surprised that my profile was not active. A page explains that there nothing is lost and suggests I open an account in the cloud to synchronize my bookmarks & history etc.

I absolutely do *not* want to do that.

After searching a little I found that I can restore my profile using about:profiles

I wish that was mentioned in the page suggesting to upload in the cloud, as a local alternative that people who value their privacy may prefer.

After trying random combinations to try to produce č, ř and other letters with this reverted circumflex accent with the compose key, I discovered /usr/share/X11/locale/en_US.UTF-8/Compose which has all possible combinations. Very handy.

<Multi_key> <c> <e> : "ě" U011B # LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CARON
<Multi_key> <less> <e> : "ě" U011B # LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CARON
<Multi_key> <e> <less> : "ě" U011B # LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CARON

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@singuliere Don't take my word for it, but I think that industry standard SLA for SAAS is 99% to 99.9% availability.

I wonder what is the acceptable threshold for how often a infrastructure fails. For instance, if Travis fails once a month during a few hours, I can live with that (network problems, faulty images etc.). If it failed daily, I would not use it.

Noone wants to find bugs in the CI more often than in their own code 🙂

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Interesting, looks like they are taking the principles of FOSS and applying them to hardware and #electricalengineering design. Still, I think it's not exactly what I'm looking for. Is there an #ee community like the FSF that allows hobbyists and EEs alike to share and freely license their schematics/designs? I don't have any extraordinary schems (mostly for guitar pedal circuits), but I think it would be incredibly cool to have a site and community that did just that.

fossi-foundation.org/

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Mozilla is shutting down their IRC servers and moving to Discord, a proprietary chat service.

Hey Mozilla, aren't we forgetting something here? Our very own "Mozilla Pledge for a Healthy Internet” states:

> Principle 2 The internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible.

> Principle 6 The effectiveness of the internet as a public resource depends upon interoperability (protocols, data formats, content), innovation and decentralized participation worldwide.

Is there an API endpoint in to revoke an application token from /profile/applications? I looked at docs.gitlab.com/ce/api/ but did not find anything

Did you know that setup.cfg with metadata-version 2.1 is silently reverted to metadata-version 1.1 in PKG-INFO when the long-description-content-type is not present? And the side effect when uploading to is that project-urls are **not** displayed in the side bar! Took me more than one hour to figure this one out...

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I got confused by not taking into account CA added to /etc/ssl/certs. Until I noticed from the documentation docs.python-requests.org/en/ma that it reads certificates from the certifi python package by default.

It makes sense because it is more portable. To change that default, setting

REQUESTS_CA_BUNDLE=/etc/ssl/certs

in the environment solves the problem.

I was in and happy about the diff I was seeing: all tests passed. And I accidentally hit k (as in kill the diff) which trashed them. And because is smart, the associated buffer was also updated to reflect my mistake.

I went to the buffer and at the prospect of re-writing the changes. But I tried and ... got my changes back.

Really happy that killing a diff in magit actually keeps it in the kill buffer!

Disappointed about not supporting cap_add or security_opt as of 18.09.2

I'm able to run in my container with docker run and with -compose but not with docker stack deploy

Happy to discover PEP503[1] and distributing packages from my own http server with:

- mkdir /var/www/html/mypackage
- python setup.py sdist
- cp dist/*.tar.gz /var/www/html/mypackage
- pip install --extra-index-url myserver.name/

[1] python.org/dev/peps/pep-0503/

Anyone knows about a python script to convert a keepass database into vault? There is github.com/pschmitt/vault-keep and I managed to make it work with a few patches github.com/singuliere/vault-ke

But it is rather limited and outdated and I'm hoping there is something more modern

keepass.info/
vaultproject.io/

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@singuliere oh nice! I just posted about this and then saw yours :) Looking forward to it!

A working group on was just created and the first meeting will happen Wednesday January 23rd, 7pm UTC at -molecule on irc.freenode.net

If you're into writing roles and want to guard them against regression with proper integration testing, you'll be interested 🙂

molecule.readthedocs.io

Switching from python 2.7 to python 3.6 with ansible 2.7.5 for the Enough project

Anxiously waiting for molecule converge to complete and tell me how much work it will require.

lab.enough.community/main/infr

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