This is still ridiculous. A Red drive that is not suitable for NAS use should be recalled. NAS usage is the express purpose of the Red drives, is the reason the line was introduced!
Playing with Go schedulers on a dual-core RISC-V: https://embeddedgo.github.io/2020/06/21/playing_with_go_schedulers_on_a_dual-core_risc-v.html #golang #riscv
Choosing Between Web APIs and Message Streaming: https://www.asyncapi.com/blog/choosing_between_web_apis_and_message_streaming/ #API #REST
New Microsoft, same as the old Microsoft: https://mspoweruser.com/firefox-users-complained-of-their-data-being-imported-to-edge-without-their-permission/
WireGuard imported into #OpenBSD: https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article;sid=20200622052207
dlg@ committed wg(4), a kernel implementation of Wireguard for #OpenBSD:
"Thanks to Matt Dunwoodie and Jason A. Donenfeld for their effort. it's at least as functional as the go implementation, and maybe more so since this one works on more architectures."
Wi-Fi customers are happier when they buy their own modem and router, study finds: https://www.cnet.com/news/wi-fi-customers-are-happier-when-they-buy-their-own-modem-and-router-acsi-study-finds/ #duh
The Cost Of Thailand's Coronavirus Success: Despair ... And Suicide - https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/06/16/874198026/the-cost-of-thailands-coronavirus-success-despair-and-suicide
Zsh and Fish's simple but clever trick for highlighting missing linefeeds: https://www.vidarholen.net/contents/blog/?p=878
Facebook fires employee who publicly scolded a colleague: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-protests-firing/facebook-fires-employee-who-protested-its-inaction-on-trump-tweets-idUSKBN23J35Y #good
Jepsen: PostgreSQL 12.3 - http://jepsen.io/analyses/postgresql-12.3
Swing and a miss.
Most tech content is bullsh*t: https://www.aleksandra.codes/tech-content-consumer
The Brave web browser is hijacking links, again: https://davidgerard.co.uk/blockchain/2020/06/06/the-brave-web-browser-is-hijacking-links-and-inserting-affiliate-codes/
Ebay is port scanning visitors to their website - and they aren't the only ones: https://blog.nem.ec/2020/05/24/ebay-port-scanning/
Software development consultant. Author of resflash and go-resteasy. Golang, IoT (MQTT, LoRaWAN, NB-IoT), REST APIs, OpenBSD.
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