Rest assured, #redhat is not impacted by greenwashing!
"Imagine [...] being able to monitor oil and gas plants in remote locations to perform predictive maintenance"
This is a example usecase coming from their microshift project announcement: https://next.redhat.com/2022/01/19/introducing-microshift/
@solene A drawback of using lists to set features is that it makes overriding harder to achieve (you need to manipulate a list).
But that's a detail and hardening services is a pretty nice stuff ;)
Good news for long-term source code preservation and support in #Guix!
I actually can't believe these sentences!
"Instead of storing the data on-chain, NFTs instead contain a URL that points to the data. What surprised me about the standards was that there’s no hash commitment for the data located at the URL"
So, people would not spend money for images, but for URLs, (pointing to images that can be updated)...
(this comes from https://moxie.org/2022/01/07/web3-first-impressions.html)
Tiens, ça va plaire à @solene : installer #OpenBSD sur un VPS Gandi (où normalement ce n'est pas possible) https://themimitoof.fr/installer-openbsd-7-0-sur-gandicloud-vps/
A faster dockerTools.buildImage prototype
nix-env -Ai nixos.vault
Glad to see a #NixOS line in one of my company doc!
Especially that i didn't write it myself ;)
@erictapen Yes! Sorry I shouldn't have ping you in my answer.
And to be sure, i tried your method on gremlin-console (a prebuilt jar from nixpkgs) and it worked: there is a log4j jar in the gremlin-console store path.
Looks like this whole #log4j debacle is going to be hard to address due to Java practices consisting in shipping binaries (jars) of unknown provenance.
Glad the one in #Guix is built from source, and now fixed:
@Ninjatrappeur I started like that, and at 35, I put my desktop on wheels to be able to easily change the distance between my feet and the wood stove!
btw, nice outdoor view;)
NixOS Mailserver ✉️ 21.11 was just released!
Project repository: https://gitlab.com/simple-nixos-mailserver/nixos-mailserver
@lewo There’s a CI job continuously “disarchiving” and populating the database:
Would be nice if this could be useful to NixOS!
Perhaps it could be maintained by SWH longer-term—we’ll see.