mhoye's new blog post on the future of Mozilla community chat came out last week. He notes about Discord that "their active hostility towards interoperability and alternative clients has disqualified them as a community platform." I am very thankful that the Mozilla brass have realised this, as I pointed out in an earlier installment. Kudos … Continue reading Mozilla finally disavows Discord
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
Three years ago, I wrote Going IPv6 native without IPv4, which noted all the services I couldn't access over IPv6. After all this time, there is some good news, and bad news. First, the good news: BitBucket, Savannah, and Launchpad all support IPv6 now! Now, the bad news: GitHub still does not. This has actually … Continue reading GitHub and IPv6, three years later
H.264: VP8/VP9: I additionally shot a short 4 second video clip of the Talos in action. I've filed a bug with Mozilla to upstream this work. If you do have a bmo account, consider Voting for this issue. (Don't spam the bug tracker with +1 comments; it won't help.) Please also consider supporting my progress … Continue reading YouTube. 1080p. Big-endian PowerPC + Firefox.