»Browsh is a fully-modern text-based browser. It renders anything that a modern browser can; HTML5, CSS3, JS, video and even WebGL.«
This article discusses the origin of the MIT License.
Why the NetworkManager dracut module brings better integration between networking in the initrd and NetworkManager running in the real root filesystem.
Post about the design and implementation of ATF, Dropbox's async task framework
This article explains, how with its FPGA-first design, Pigasus, an Intrusion Detection/Prevention System is able to process 100 Gbps on a single server.
This blog post explains why it is unlikely that we will have a leap second in the next few years and that we even might introduce a negative one.
Collection of news from the eBPF ecosystem.
EVE provides a framework for developing and orchestrating cloud-native applications at the on-premises edge. Requires Go and Docker.
Benchmark for storage workloads to predict how a storage device will perform in real production environments.
Blog series on working with ASP.NET Core applications in Kubernetes.
The 250kb Club is a collection of web pages that focus on performance, efficiency, and accessibility. See also https://1mb.club
»Exactly 25 years ago, Peter Mattis wrote a message to several newsgroups announcing a new image editor called GIMP.«
Mutt gets a new major release number, not because of the number of new features but because some changes break the backward-compatibility.
Arch Conf 2020
»K9s provides a terminal UI to interact with your Kubernetes clusters. The aim of this project is to make it easier to navigate, observe, and manage your applications in the wild.«
The author explains a typical use case of skopeo. The tool comes in handy in every situation where you have to get container images from A to B.
Buildah 1.17 adds several new options to the manifest add command, returns the name instead of id with the mount command, and improves Podman interoperability.