Here's my #introductions post, lost by the account migration:
I'm a Cyber Security Consultant and do pentests for a living. Before that I used to do software, mostly web development. I speak German, English and Russian. Things fascinating me:
Enter the address of your favourite website to check which user-tracking technologies it uses and who it is sending your data to.
Cool new tool!
I've put it off for a long time, but finally set up git-send-email with mailbox.org to contribute to #SourceHut. Relevant git config:
smtpserver = smtp.mailbox.org
smtpuser = email@example.com
smtpencryption = tls
My git-pass-mapping.ini gained an extra entry for [smtp.mailbox.org:25], too.
Putting the EICAR Anti Malware Test File (https://www.eicar.org/?page_id=3950) in a QR code and putting it up everywhere is a hilarious idea.
I love web standards and their unforeseen implications. Yay #infosec.
lite is a reasonably nice programmer's text editor written in Lua. https://github.com/rxi/lite
Last night I decided it might be fun to try to port it to love2d. Today it mostly works? It's bogging down sometimes for reasons I don't understand, some (but not all!) of the icon glyphs aren't showing up correctly. But it can edit itself!
#Emacs is not an OS (and neither is Linux), as confirmed by RMS himself: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2020-09/msg00473.html
In a particularly ironic turn of events, the bicycle went missing after repairs before I had the chance to "customize" it. Wanted to bring it over for a follow-up check and it was gone