»A temporary SMS right from your terminal written in POSIX sh«
»A set of utilities to help you manage VMs with Virtualization.framework«
AlmaLinux is a new RHEL fork, with its first release planned within Q1, 2021.
TinyCheck is a network capturing software that is best run on a Rasberry Pi 3+.
»Free memory is wasted memory or how to make the best use of swap. «
In this post, Donella Meadows summarizes the general “systems wisdom” she obtained from modeling complex systems.
This article explains how the WRT54G became the most famous home wireless router there ever was.
This blog post explains why Elastic changing the license of Elasticsearch and Kibana to Server Side Public License (SSPL) is problematic for its users.
Out of the lack of alternatives, Jared Mauch built his own internet provider that now offers fiber-to-the-home broadband.
The author encourages the completeness concept in software and emphasizes the advantages of focusing on stability and reliability instead of adding new features.
On January 15, Wikipedia, the most extensive collection of open knowledge in history, turned 20.
»For bureaucratic reasons, a colleague of mine had to print, sign, scan, and send by email a high number of pages. To save trees, ink, time, and to stick it to the bureaucrats, I wrote this script.«
The Open-Source components of macOS Big Sur are available now.
With Rust's 1.49 release, ARM64 Linux is becoming a Tier 1 target, while 64-bit ARM macOS and Windows reach Tier 2.
The website of Hector Martin's project to bring »a polished Linux experience on Apple Silicon Macs« is now available.
JupyterLab 3.0 is now shipped with the visual debugger and table of contents extension by default, supports multiple languages, and brings numerous other improvements.
This video is about finding the sweet spot between too sophisticated and not sophisticated enough system architectures.