@kramse I haven't moved, but I can see you had to re-follow me. So the root cause isn't people moving at the same time. Any pattern to who you needed to re-follow?

#introduction after moving server

Hi I am kramse, Henrik Kramselund

I work with network, internet, and security. My freelance company Zencurity Aps runs AS57860 including some Tor exit nodes.

I teach diploma in IT-security and other courses at KEA.dk since 2019

When not working I love #windsurfing and hacker camps like BornHack.dk

@domm Blog post or it didn't happen 😀 Seriously, that's great. I dabbled with this at one point, couldn't get to work perfectly, and as Gmail isn't my main email, I gave up.

@SDF I'm an 🇦🇷 individual interested in historical operating systems, synthesizers, anonymity-respecting and telematic communities.

I'm looking for fair and cooperative Data Networks, and Free, Fair and Sovereign software.

While challenging the monotonous discourse of corporate social media, I commend the Hacktivist Movement known as .

I envision positive social, ethical and political considerations intertwined in teaching, research, and implementing libre computing.

I'm playing with lists in . Below is a small example of using perldoc.perl.org/functions/gre to implement a function that replaces all occurrences of a given value.

@olamundo Hi!

I don't think there's a (official) list of Amazon IPs. But there is for AWS: docs.aws.amazon.com/general/la - it's more than 100M.

I don't know a good way of blocking that amount of IPs.

Also, there are AWS-based solution running behind non-AWS CDNs. That wouldn't be blocked using the above list.

In other words, I don't think there's a good way of doing this.

Hi, I'm Juan 👋

I was looking for a Masto instance I could trust and I thought SDF (in operation since 1987) is the type of commitment I like 👍

(also have an account in SDF-EU, although I haven't used it much so far)

I've been hosting my own email and web since 2003, so what I'm looking for is more the community aspect of SDF/tildeverse.

I do retro-gamedev (ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX and Commodore 64), and other types of "dev" in , , , , and .

@trurl You're right. That should've been a $ and not a @ - code reviews rocks!. I must be assigning the value to a slice with only one element. You can assign to a slice like this: @list[1,4]=(2,3) - never done that, don't know if it's a good idea or if that has always been possible.

I'm playing with lists in . Below is a small example of using first_index from metacpan.org/pod/List::MoreUti to implement a function that replaces the first occurrence of a value with a new value.

Hi! My name is Søren. I’m an IT Consultant based in Copenhagen. I work with AWS Cloud technologies and DevOps.

My first hobby was electronics, but then in 1982 I got my first computer - a Commodore 64 - and since then I've been playing with computers for fun almost every day. This also includes messing with hardware projects using e.g. Raspberry Pi or Arduino boards.

He/Him. Married w/o children. Vegetarian. Does all the cooking and likes a good craft beer on special occasions.

Mastodon @ SDF

"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko