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I'm now mainly at:

@superruserr (tech, infosec)

@hcs (personal)

@hcs (mainly travel, but gnusocial based)

@superruserr (learning french, though a bit quiet)


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@nydel hannahsuarez.me mainly for work related items. It's on Jekyll hosted on Github pages.

hannahsuarez.me/blog for travel and personal posts.

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I'm going to speak at All Systems Go later today, about the future of #networking APIs!

Talks will be streamed and recorded, see streaming.media.ccc.de/asg2018

#RadicalNetworks conference is happening from 19.-21. October in Berlin:

On Saturday I'm doing a workshop on Hands-on Network Debugging on the command line :)

Eine Banane mit Haselnuss spread/snack ist lecker und gesund. 🍌 🌰

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For those of you interested I'll present some experiences and findings about the project during Radical Networks: radicalnetworks.org/

Held between october 19 and 21 in Berlin. Really interesting yearly conference on alternatives network topologies such as #mesh and #p2p, protocols new and old, meaningful understandings of #networking politics, weird prototypes etc etc organised by @chootka

@raphaelbastide for example will present a #surfclub based around the #dat protocol!

Hi. This is my new account. In time I might use it more and more.

In particular I am interested in meeting people in Europe that share an interest in building a better life for ourselves and for our families.

The new Bavarian police law in action:

DNA check of some people on the way to a demonstration.

#noS20 #summitSalzburg

(source in German): twitter.com/watch_union/status

@djbusstop Congrats on the new job! There's a instance here also if you are looking for locals

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Going to Berlin for a few days from Sunday. Maybe I know someone who wants to meet. #berlin #travelling #cat

@spacekookie I may have carped about this here before, but to add to your #HorribleHorribleCode collection, in the support library of a major chip vendor we once found:

/* Change the switch matrix read issuing capability to 1 for the AXI SRAM target (Target 7) */
*((__IO uint32_t*)0x51008108) = 0x00000001;

2. no further explanation

It took quite a bit of digging in errata to figure out what this actually did and WHY it was needed.


Any Mastodon client developers who know what to do when OAuth issues start piling up? I get the impression that my app mostly works, but every day I see reports by users getting "Client authentication failed due to unknown client, no client authentication included, or unsupported authentication method". The 3 instances I looked at reported their version to be 2.5.0 according to /api/v1/instances. What do you think I should do? How to debug this?

It's International Day Against DRM on Tuesday the 18th of September!

Many DRM-free e-book retailers have sales on the day, so keep an eye out for bargains. Libreture is involved too, and will have it's own special announcement to support DRM-free books.



Also don't forget we have Arabic and Portugese translations in dire need of translators! (among other languages)


1/ Extremism is raising everywhere in EU, making it into governments;

2/ European elections are ahead. Abstention may be massive;

3/ European Parliament is about to vote for mandatory censorship of online content;

4/ ..?


#article13 #FuckThatEU #art13

Tired: Basing different aspects of yourself in different instances

WIRED: Basing different aspects of yourself IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES


Previous toot: I have the opportunity to get a second citizenship. A third that I am planning to obtain would realistically take 5-10 years depending on country. And one can 'buy' themselves a citizenship but you may need at least a million for it.
The logistics of compliance also takes energy and $. Imagine living in a country for x years and you get a nasty letter about some capital property tax you are meant to pay because you did not keep track of new developments which is an issue I saw.

Paul Baran (1926-2011) was a Polish-American engineer (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Bar) who invented several technologies related to network architecture. His work on centralized vs decentralized architecture, during the cold war, was inspired by the need to design a network that could withstand a nuclear attack.

1964 : "On distributed communication. VII The multiplexing station


Prepared for US Air Force Project Rand