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How do you handle your passwords?

I rely on Bitwarden (slooowly migrating from... a spreadsheet...) and am thinking of keeping a master backup to be SyncThing-synchronized across all my devices, but I'm not sure of how to secure the SyncThing-synchronized files' local access if any one of my Windows or Android units got stolen and somehow cracked into or...

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Bitwarden keeps a local copy of the data that can exported if something ever happened to bitwarden. If you want to keep an encrypted backup you can export the CSV and store it on an encrypted drive as a backup but not big worry about syncing it to all devices

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I self host seafile. Nextcloud and syncthing are also good options. There are people that sell hosted nextcloud and seafile

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I use headscale and headscaleui but I've heard things about net bird and netmaker

Telnyx for personal VoIP use?

Hi! I'm just looking for a SIP provider so I can hook my phone to. Ideally with servers located in SE Asia for lower latency. Telnyx seems to have servers in Singapore, which seems convenient. Is it possible to prepay credit for SIP calls for a single account, then hook your phone with Linphone/Zoiper or similar and just use it...

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I have been using cheogram but I'm not sure where their servers are hosted
https://cheogram.com/

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The empty window is actually an ancap that sells flags

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I use vikunja for this it can self hosted or cloud hosted

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I fail to see how that differs from the current Internet

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Podcasts, blogs, and YouTube. The Jupiter broadcasting and late night Linux podcasts are great For blogs Jeff geerling and serve the home are really good.

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They can implement lsp support, sshfs, and it already has multiple themes which would work for me after it gets ported to linux

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Shameless plug for my project shiftmon that's hosted on gitlab it uses ansible to glue together Telegraf, Victoriametrics, Grafana, and Loki

https://gitlab.com/shiftsystems/shiftmon

Windows 11 vs Ubuntu vs Fedora 39 vs Arch Linux - Speed Test! ( youtu.be )

Even though different Linux distros are often fairly close in terms of real-life performance and all of them have a clear advantage over Windows in many use cases, we can't reject the fact that Arch Linux has undoubtedly won the competition. And now I'm so glad to have another reason to proudly say "I use Arch btw"...

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Different distros build their packages with different options and have different versions of those packages so the Ubuntu and fedora php packages might have an optimization the arch one didn't

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Seafile or nextcloud are my choices. I like seafile because it has an official and documented way to install it but nextcloud works well too just installing it can be tricky. One thing I like about sea file is they have a remote filesystem app that supports Linux and works better than nextcloud and webdav

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Devs understand http and json way better than imap and http can support modern security protocols like oidc which standards imap doesn't support which can make using foss email in a corporate environment

Because AI and Crypto use so much electricity, what if a law was made that they had to power it with green energy?

Something on the lines of if your company facility is using over X amount of energy the majority of that has to be from a green source such as solar power. What would happen and is this feasible or am I totally thinking about this wrong...

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Only proof of work crypto currencies require a ton of energy and the only way it's profitable is by buying energy that would otherwise be wasted like methane flaring or excess renewable generation.

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Have A zsh shell with fzf history and zsh syntax highlighting installed

The top five RSS readers for keeping up with your news feeds ( www.theverge.com )

RSS readers allow you to collect the articles of specific sources in one app, making it a lot easier to find the content you’re interested in without crawling through a lot of noise. RSS (which may stand for Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary, or one of several other possibilities — nobody seems sure) has been...

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I have been loving miniflux. It has been pretty set and forget. They have nice android apps and you can pay them to host it for you

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A common pattern is partner with someone with three required skills and you do all the admin work. The option is to learn those skills yourself. Be careful not to be an idea guy. Actually work and gain some skills to provide value

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Sometimes it's easier to start over than unbreak an existing project. Gnome is old and big so it's harder to change. So starting over where you don't have to keep existing features or care about existing users is way easier than fixing gnome and rewriting it in rust. Plus system 76 can. There's no single party that can stop them from making a desktop

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Most operating systems mostly work find something that has a release cadence you like and is close to what you want then you will have to customize it to fit your needs

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Not saying I'm a fan but you I think you are looking for a CLA or contributor license agreement

What's the best way to have a .bashrc that I can use throughout systems?

So, I just found out about a programme called SynthShell which kind of does the work for you and gives you a nice looking shell, the thing is that this also creates some config files and other stuff in my system, instead of just one .bashrc file to edit. What would be the best way to learn to have a nice looking bash where I can...

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If you are using nixos try home manager. Otherwise Ansible is nice for plopping templates and files into your own home directory

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    Yes but the less freedom respecting since the kobo is non free software, but man is it nice to add a book to a shelf in calibre and it appears on my kobo

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