petermolnarI wouldn't say I'm not weirdly proud to run my own mail stack, but sometimes it's a PITA. I recently had to switch from a debian 8, which was upgraded in chain from 6 to 7 and to 8 to 9, with a reinstall, because systemd, and learnt that dspam is not a thing anymore because nobody is maintaining it. dspam is _painful_ to get running, but once it's there, it's fine. Finding an alternative to it, now that is was painful, spamassassin is
Loqischmarty: petermolnar left you a message 5 hours, 4 minutes ago: yep, I am running my own mailserver, but it's not as fun as one might think; I can, though, give some advices, but if you want to start somewhere (and not gentoo-like from scratch): http://www.iredmail.org/ and https://mailinabox.email/
beartl;dr: upgrade your imagemagick as soon as you can -- from the notice: " If a user or automated system using ImageMagick were tricked into opening a specially crafted image, an attacker could exploit this to cause a denial of service or possibly execute code with the privileges of the user invoking the program."
bearthis one will probably impact anyone running a NAS or other network attached drive -- https://www.ubuntu.com/usn/usn-3353-4 -- "... Samba clients incorrectly trusted unauthenticated portions of Kerberos tickets. A remote attacker could use this to impersonate trusted network services or perform other attacks."
tantekbesides IoT type stuff, has anyone applied indieweb concepts/principles to their own home, mapping where anything(data?info?) with their home is actually "owned" by another entity, and figure out how to self-own that?
ZegnatI am not even sure what I could log here in the house. Electricity is the only thing I can think off, but I am not going to plow through metre high snow during the winter just to collect a data point.
tantekoutside world || internet connected home || internal only network || unnetworked devices / peripheral structures only || analog connections only || self-contained devices only || solar/battery operated only || non-electric only (e.g. paper & pen)
Zegnatsebsel how out-of-the-box-ready-to-go would you describe Kirby plugins to be? I always feel like they are more like “with this plugin you can now use the following PHP functions…” rather than “add this and go”.
sebselWell, my site runs on Kirby, and I obviously do everything in-code. But there is a panel, and that's the CMS part of it. And I actually don't use it at all. (See https://seblog.nl/panel, it 404s)
Loqi[Sebastiaan Andeweg] Sad to hear, especially since you tried to use my plugins. But I will not try to convince you to come back, I know my plugins are lacking. They are just pieces of my own site I open sourced, but the way I cut them off might break things.
I am active...
tanteksnarfed, ultimately, it sounds like he made the right choice for himself - the state of tools he tried were too frustrating for him, so he gave up. That's a rational decision and may accurately reflect the state of those tools
tantekbetter to treat the impassioned misconceptions as a cry for help about the state of indieweb tools for personal use rather than any actual reasoned criticism of chances of growth / success on a more macro scale
LoqiTheGillies: Zegnat left you a message 2 days, 13 hours ago: I saw you mention IndieAuth in regards to federation, do you see problems with auth federation? Or is this another case of naming confusion over what IndieAuth is and what the indieauth.com service is?
tanteksnarfed, gen 2 is somewhere between barely workable (there are now bloggers like @ricmac who are getting stuff to work quickly, thanks to the improved state of wordpress plugins setup / reliability etc.) and difficult to maintain per what happened to dangillmor
tantekTheGillies: I appreciate your optimism, however Webmention is just plumbing, and won't stop bad comments per se. People having to consider what they post as going on their own website first may help self-correct some bad commenting behavior