@Purism Do you have any plans for an AIO? Like the SLIMBOOK CURVE 24"?

I would be in instantly!

Danke für den sfreien Sonntag... NICHT! Noch jemand betroffen?

: Customer(by phone): "Hey, can you extract important config X from a VM? I would make it available for you to download as an .ova-file." Me: "np, but please don't forget to provide user 'n pass..." Customer(by eMail): "Due to company rules I am not allowed to provide you any login details. Anyway, please hurry with the vm task! We need the config ASAP. Here is the download link. Really, it's due tomorrow."

: Wrote an e-mail to everyone that had their system running for 5 days plus, asking them to stop that and shut it down at the end of the day. Well, now a skript will remotely shut them down once a day during working hours.

After nearly 20 years of working in IT-related roles, across development and security, one thing sticks out like the proverbial "dogs balls" yet so few companies see it.

If you treat your people well, your business will do well. It's so simple. Companies that look after their people retain those people, and those people work hard to make the business succeed.

So, stop treating your people like resources and treat them like humans, for fuck sake!

@klaatu Thanks. Saw that on reddit, too. But my project is paused currently. Unfurtunately.

Hey folks, Todd Weaver, who leads @Purism (they make the privacy-respecting Librem laptops and are now working on a phone) is on the fediverse… show him some love, won’t ’cha?

@todd

:)

I'm tired of this idea that if you run Linux you should be able to use the terminal and you must be a developer or hacker. My dad happily uses Linux and he barely knows how to turn on a computer. Some non-techy people just like privacy and freedom.

@dubst3pp4 I kept them all on. Yes, they do a lot of IO at the beginning, but after a few sessions they calm done. I'm happy with them.

@dubst3pp4 Same for me. You should. Even if it just proves that Gnome is still "your" DE.

@dubst3pp4 Thanks for your opinion. I was using Gnome3 for nearly 3 years. I then tried KDE again. I switched all my systems to KDE in the same week. Gnome is still a DE I really like. But KDE works slightly better for my workflow now. All I had to add by extensions is just standard in KDE.

Some on here interested in creating an application icon? If yes, reach back to me.

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