Famous Programers on How Common Lisp Sucks. Collection of funny ramblings on CL from prominent figures.
The Go-Fed ActivityPub Tutorial . An introduction to ActivityPub via Go.
John Oliver on Medicare for All. What is M4A?. For yourself. Your spouse. Your kids. Your parents. Your friends. Become educated on what M4A is and is not. This is an introductory video to show those close to you who may not be onboard or have the wrong ideas about what M4A is.
Short passage on UNIX, touched up by Evan Martin.
It’s OK for your open source library to be a bit shitty. Short post by David R. MacIver.
Choosing a license for GoatCounter. A great overview for a handful of licenses that those fond of (A)GPL may find interesting. AGPL vs EUPL?
The falsehoods of anti-AGPL propaganda. The reason Big Tech spreads misconceptions on the AGPL is straightforward: they want to discourage people from using the AGPL, because they cannot productize such software effectively.
Releasing Free Software. A brief explanation of how to place a program under free and open source licenses in general with a focus on GPL, AGPL, LGPL.
Free Software is More Reliable!
Go sit in an uncomfortable chair, in an uncomfortable location, and stare at an uncomfortably small screen with an uncomfortably outdated web browser. How easy is it to use the websites you’ve created?
Jail networking on a VPS. While moving some home servers that make use of FreeBSD jails to a VPS it wasn’t immediately obvious why I was failing to get jail networking to work. Thit post was very illuminating!
David Crawshaw SQLite and Go. “But nobody writes production applications with SQLite, right?” No.
“If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear”, what they really mean is “democracy is overrated, get over it”.
X11 Forwarding in a FreeBSD Jail.
Rob Pike’s 5 Rules of Programming.
Resources for keyboard builders: projects, tools, tips, guides, PCB source files. Home of the Keyboard Builders’ Digest newsletter.
Backing up a FreeBSD system with ZFS. A fully working disaster recovery solution.
ZFS Is Mysteriously Eating My CPU.