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Wikimedia is hiring a Site Reliability Engineer that will work closely with my team(s)!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Boosts appreciated :)

#hiring #floss #opensource #jobs #flossjobs

Had a great time interviewing Tarus Balog from the The OpenNMS Group for The Server Room Show Podcast

It will be aired as a two part episode as it is 1,5 hour of great conversation ( Episodes 63 and 64 on the 13th and 20th of February 2021 on anonradio, tilderadio and youtube)

Learn more:

I'm typing in all the programs from a K-Power book, so I have recent experience with this, and I say no!

This new profile picture on my website and LinkedIn shall bring me good luck :)

I will interview Tarus Balog very soon to ask him about the success behind The OpenNMS Group and what makes OpenNMS a unique offering and a great alternative to Solarwinds, his relationship with open source and what the Solarwinds hack means for the industry.

If You want to send in Your questions now is the time...

Leave them below in the comment section

Today I will Rebroadcast episode 60 of The Server Room Show - Databases.

I had technical issues that Saturday and episode 60 only made it to youtube and as a podcast form but has not been aired on tilderado and anonradio.

I will fix that today so You can all enjoy it as it was meant to be.

The Server Room Show - Episode 61 - Interview with Igor Seletskiy CEO and Founder of CloudLinux Inc. will be available as a Youtube Premier as well on the 23rd of January 2021 at 3pm utc time.

Youtube (audiogram):

Website and More information:

Dear #sysadmin folks: what software do you use that includes a CA that can be leveraged as a general-purpose internal certificate authority?

I know about Active Directory, OPNsense, OpenVPN, but I also know I've forgotten far more.

Related: if you run a private CA with a management front end, more than raw OpenSSL commands, which front end do you use?

@viktormadarasz @galaxis I should also mention I got going with PF in 2014 with the help of Peter N. Hansteen's Book of PF ( @pitrh).

Peter has produced many useful resources on PF, and his work has typically backed by discussions directly with the developers. His work is well-regarded and highly recommended.

@viktormadarasz @galaxis It's possible to implement simple but powerful custom rules with tables, or more advanced processing in userland with the pf divert-to statement.

Policy-based firewalling with tags is also a pretty neat feature to keep the ruleset manageable.

The PF User's Guide is also worth a read -

I'd like to have a nice overview of my finances, but was never blown away by any of the open-source tools in this space: there are many, but I never felt too comfortable committing to any particular one.

Happy to see many (larger and smaller) tools now seem to be converging on a shared 'ledger' format under the banner of #plaintextaccounting (

What would be the best platform for a fundraiser for 535€ to be able to replace my microphone i use for the podcast??

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"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