I converted my main server at home to run on RAID in case one disk fails. I'd say it was easy after reading https://raid.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/RAID_setup, but it'd be more accurate to say it was easy after reading that guide and also having 10+ years of Linux system administration experience 😄
"I worked for a company that used [...] a machine learning algorithm that combined the personality test results with data from people's resumes to determine which candidates were the best fit [...] The system saw we had lots of managers named Michael, so it kept recommending managers named Michael"
New blog post: Cross compiling Rust on Mac OS for an ARM Linux router
our Founder and CEO Todd Weaver: "Given the growing importance of Purism’s mission amid the barrage of news about how large tech companies are surveilling and exposing their users, it seemed like an opportune time to share our origin story..." #ThrowbackThursday https://puri.sm/posts/purism-origin-story/
Reading on https://www.isode.com/products/m-link-irc.html "IRC is widely used on military networks." ... I didn't expect the military to be one of the last strongholds of IRC.
This is the most amazing thing I've seen in a bit:
New blog post: Make certbot Let’s Encrypt certificates readable by Debian ssl-cert group
This is a single user instance for @hughcb