There is a new certificate authority: Let's Encrypt. They provide free signed certificates for everyone and moreover the whole process of registration, certificate signing and renewing can be fully automated. The offcial client is rather complex and I dare to say bloated. There are alternatives though.
My old laptop was a super-heavy (and performance-heavy) Lenovo T520. Never got really used to its size. So when I had to replace my work laptop I took Lenovo X1 Carbon (3rd gen.) and installed Fedora on it. I expected improvement in every aspect. As usually I was wrong.
Here are some more of the unrefined notes from the Agilia conference along with even more unrefined thoughts about what I have learned there.
I spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Agilia conference and it's fair to acknowledge that despite the agile development and agile organization ideas resonate with my mindset quite a lot, I have been alway somewhat repelled by the startup culture that surrounds them and the way it's been presented by some of the internet media. I've had a great chance to correct my view and not only that
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There is a new in-kernel SCSI target implementation: LIO. Unlike its predecesor it has pluggable architecture and offers some interesting features. One of them is direct SCSI pass-through that allows for sharing for example the optical drives. Here's how to set such a thing up.
From time to time I try to translate subtitles. When they're embedded in the video file itself it's not that straightforward to convert them to an editable text format. It's not actually that difficult.
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