I love watching the stacked https://pagekite.net/ connection count graphs, when a machine goes offline. This is happening a lot these days because of Meltdown and Spectre upgrades...
It's so cool to see how the connections just shift to other relays: Stripes disappear, others get fatter, the overall height of the graph stays roughly the same.
Having self-healing infrastructure really makes my life as overworked sysadmin easier.
I'm particularly proud of the laptop, I feel it's a very good likeness.
I just want to say I think the new #Mailpile dekstop platform team is off to an awesome start.
It's fun and motivating to be working with people again!
The Mailpile debian nightly repo (see: https://www.mailpile.is/download/linux.html) will probably get a "mailpile-desktop" package later this month, so Lunix users can get a feel for what is in store for the Windows and Mac users...
My latest franken-cable. Hat-tip to A Very Small Lathe for the help and concern for my safety.
Welp, I think I've got Mailpile validating TLS certs pretty well now!
The validation itself was of course the easy part. The hard part was creating a UI to cope and give the user control when validation fails.
My UI approach to "TLS security exceptions" is quite different from the normal browser experience. I'll need to get some usability testing done at some point, but this is definitely better than nothing. Pretty sure it has too many words.