Diane Cluck has re-released four old tracks to collect money for "friends and fellow community members in the gigging economy, those whose income streams are on pause while we wait out the COVID-19 situation."
I particularly like the second one, "Far Too Witchy"
"Die Stadt Freiburg erlässt wegen der Corona-Pandemie ein Betretungsverbot für öffentliche Orte. Das Verbot soll vom 21. März bis 3. April gelten, wie die Stadt am Donnerstagabend mitteilte. [..] Das Haus oder die Wohnung soll nur noch für dringende Angelegenheiten verlassen werden. Wer sich im Freien aufhalten möchte, dürfe das nur allein, zu zweit oder mit Personen, die im eigenen Haushalt lebten."
Most of us are undergoing a lot of stress right now. People under stress can be short-tempered and impatient and can lash out. Try to be patient, empathetic, sympathetic, and avoid causing more stress or irritate or antagonize.
Try to be extra clear in your own communication, and ask others to clarify if they're not unambiguous. Be explicit about your feelings and expectations.
If you make a mistake, apologize.
bandcamp is waiving its revenue share this friday, March 20
if you want to support artists/labels, they will get the full amount of any and all sales on that day
You're in lockdown and can't stand the boredom? Download and read a DRM-free copy of my DNS book, and you'll never complain about isolation again. ;-) https://mens.de/:/book
Took about half an hour to spin up a Jitsi instance from scratch (they've made it very easy) - but I've now been fighting my own paranoia settings on various devices for an hour or two...
Oh wow. That took quite some time to understand: On an old #OpenWrt 15.05 device, you can't configure ipv4/ipv6 dualstack on a single interface, since it doesn't have an protocol type for that.
Instead you create a normal "DHCP client" interface in LuCI (WIFI), and then you add an additional interface (WIFI6), select protocol "DHCPv6 client" and tick the "Cover the following interface: WIFI" radio button below.
Can't believe I spent like two hours to distillate that from the convoluted docs.
I want to make use of an old TP-Link TL-WR941ND wireless router that currently still has #OpenWrt 15.05.1 installed (with LuCI). It's a 4MB flash / 32MB RAM device. It's not going to be connected to a public network.
Is there any use trying to upgrade to a more recent release? I'd like to keep being able to use LuCI.
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network and systems administration, infosec, retrocomputing
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