I've read an article today, in ZDnet, mourning how desktop distributions seem to wax and wane. It really made me think about how to properly convey what I feel to be the root issues with desktop adoption of Linux (and the wider CS industry), and why I think most people are very, very wrong about … Continue reading The state of FLOSS and the tech industry
I've just spent the better part of three hours arguing on IRC about Let's Encrypt clients. After speaking with two others, I realised that nobody who I spoke with before knew their facts were facts. Different people all told me various incorrect information, such as: No ACME client supports doing a manual DNS TXT record … Continue reading Speaking with authority
I am asked with alarming regularity why I am not using Let's Encrypt for Web sites. This article answers that question.
Some good news: as I eix-sync'd this morning, I noticed that dev-python/ndg-httpsclient and dev-python/ipaddress now have Python 3 compatibility. That means two of the packages I had thought had no chance of being upgraded actually have been. As for my own efforts, I have been very busy with work and musl support patches lately, but … Continue reading Musings: More Python 3 compat, Project Sunrise, InspIRCd modules and Portage