This week, the product I work on was broken by a rate limit on Docker Hub, then a bug(?) in Terraform, and today by limits in AWS.
Luckily I could fix the Terraform caused outage quickly, but the Docker Hub one and this AWS one, I can’t.
The one big thing with everything going “cloud” is that you lose control of your business - limitations and outages somewhere else that you have no control over can hurt you. Badly.
It's based on a schematic that floated around on VCFED a few years ago. It gets sandwiched between the 8284 #clock generator and ura socket, and can generate the clock using the original crystal or by diving an oscillator output by 3. It also turbo automatically while DMA is ongoing. Of course, at least the #CPU must be replaced.
Will release everything after testing.
Uhm, that didn't take long:
"Freenode IRC operators now engaging in routine abuses of power"
slides this vampire-related pun directly over to @FirstProgenitor while looking him deadass in the eye
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