Brian teilte

I'm really happy with our second #sidekiq server for mstdn.social 😄

Toots are finally 'instant' and we process many more jobs per second! I just love technology 🤓

Our total sidekiq jobs done since our startup about one week ago:

22,736,189 :sidekiq:

That's a lot of tooti'n/following/favourti'n and more actions! Keep it up! ❤️

Brian teilte

Ein Raid ersetzt kein Backup. Ein Raid ersetzt kein Backup. Ein Raid ersetzt kein Backup. Ein Raid ersetzt kein Backup. Ein Raid ersetzt kein Backup.

Brian teilte
Brian teilte

Working on a second #sidekiq server for faster toot processing :mastodon::mastodance:

Brian teilte
Brian teilte
Brian teilte

Mastodon isn’t just a website, it is a federation—think Star Trek. Thousands of independent communities running Mastodon form a coherent network, where while every planet is different, being part of one is being part of the whole. mstdn.social/about #mastodon #mstdn

Brian teilte

#BOFH excuse #212:

Of course it doesn't work. We've performed a software upgrade.

Just interested: Anyone got some experience with Nextcloud Talk?

Brian teilte

It's so beautiful to see masses of people switch to Mastodon / the fediverse. Big hope feels.

Brian teilte

Just received my art award. Thank you so much everyone! Your support means everything to me ♥️

Brian teilte
Brian teilte

Reminder, ihr Herzen: Heute ab 12:00:00 ist #36C3-Ticketvorverkauf. Ihr _müsst_ dafür sehr pünktlich sein. Nehmt euch ne Funk- oder Netzwerkuhr und aktualisiert ab ca. 11:58 alle zwei Sekunden tickets.events.ccc.de/36c3/. Wenn ne Warteschlangennummer auftaucht, könnt ihr aufhören.

Brian teilte

concept: get on my lawn software.
a software design philosophy that believes good software ages like a fine wine. it shuns trends and salesmen disguised as programmers, shuns the fancy new framework. instead, gomls curates quality old software like a carefully tended forest. software that has stood the test of time, and, though it seems antiquated, it’s as robust as cast iron anvil.

Brian teilte

1. SQLIte came out in august of 2000, which makes it 19 years old. it has the distinguished honour of being the only program in existence that uses filesystem APIs correctly.

Brian teilte

2. RSYNC came out in June 1996, it is 23 years old. it is the only program that I trust for copying large files and large amounts of files between any two points. it natively supports ssh and, in some configurations, uses an extremely clever rolling checksum algorithm that makes me seriously question the sanity of games consoles and operating systems vendors who do not use RSYNC for system and software updates.

Brian teilte

rsync does have this one extremely irritating quirk though: different behavior on the presence of, or ansence of trailing slash on paths, that is basically impossible to memorise.

Brian teilte

so that this list isn’t unixy stuff only
3. Excel, initial release, 1987, 32 years ago.
love it or hate it, excel gets shit done, it still gets shit done, and it’s been getting shit done for a very long time.

its fomula language and macros system fulfills the promise of users sooving their own problems in a way every other system has utterly failed, possibly because it’s cloaked from the ruinous grasp of “professional programmers” attempting to turn it into a “real” application platform.

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