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we are truly in a golden age of large international corporations extracting maximum value from beloved properties created decades ago

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Post-quantum encryption contender is taken out by single-core PC and 1 hour

arstechnica.com/information-te

In general there is a lot of deep mathematics which has been published in the mathematical literature but which is not well understood by cryptographers. I lump myself into the category of those many researchers who work in cryptography but do not understand as much mathematics as we really should. So sometimes all it takes is someone who recognizes the applicability of existing theoretical math to these new cryptosystems. That is what happened here.

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Hey #gitea instance admins. Do you have SSH for your Gitea instance enabled via OpenSSH? Then be aware that you should add `AcceptEnv GIT_PROTOCOL` to your `/etc/ssh/sshd_config` file! This enables Git Wire Protocol v2 for Git over SSH.

If you're using Gitea's Internal SSH Server, this behavior will be enabled in v1.17.1

Boost are are welcome for awareness.

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I realized that due to working on Gitea federation for so long, sometimes I actually use Mastodon's /authorize_interaction?uri= unironically instead of pasting the link to some post or account into the search bar.

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Do you have Codeberg account?

codeberg.org

Please boost if you are a programmer.

#GiveUpGithub #Codeberg #Programming

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stop teaching devs about security, I'm bad at hacking and it's hard enough for me as is, no need to make it more of a challenge
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@cwebber @robby GNU/Linux, or, as I've recently taken to calling it, Ubuntu.

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If you're interested in contributing to , I updated an old comment I wrote: github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issu

The two most important links are:

- gitea.com/Ta180m/gitea/wiki/Us for learning ActivityPub and ForgeFed

- The big task list tracker: gitea.com/Ta180m/gitea/issues/

Why isn't there a software that runs an LDAP server using /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow as the data?

This would be *so much easier* than wasting hours struggling with OpenLDAP, ldif files, TLS certs, NSS, PAM, SSSD, severe brain damage... this software would literally just be 1. create users as usual with useradd 2. start the server 3. everything just works™

I guess LDAP and enterprise software just always has to be brain damage...

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often we are not really aware of it, but: our cities are geared towards cars. the swedish graphic artist Karl Jilg shows in a simple but ingenious illustration how little space in cities often remains for pedestrians.

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"Older systems have value, and constantly building new technological systems for short-term profit at the expense of existing infrastructure is not progress. In fact, it is among the most regressive paths a society can take."

logicmag.io/care/built-to-last

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how to you read qwerty

Also KDE *really* needs to bring back the desktop cube.

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