S6E15: "Projected Gains"

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2021-09-02 02:26:08 2021-09-11 07:17:43 "Edita"
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We give what will probably be our final personal projects episode.

Just the Tip


Starts at 20m50s.

I was drinking a Left Hand Brewery Nitro Milk Stout. Paden was drinking water. Jthan was drinking Rolling Rock.

  • Personal Projects
    • Paden is working on setting up a PBX.
    • Jthan was playing with Wiki.js.
    • He also moved our Discord/IRC BridgeBot to Amazon EC2.
    • He also set up a test instance of Nextcloud.
      • He set it up with Wasabi storage and wants to play with link-sharing protection.
    • He also is bemoaning the OpenVPN Android app because Android is aggressive about putting your wifi antenna to sleep when the display turns off.
      • He still has a hard-on for Slack Nebula.
        • But he complains about it all the time lol.
        • The “certificates” that Nebula uses? Not actually real X.509 certificates, so they completely lack the X.509 supporting architecture and tooling.
        • Again, Wireguard is nothing new. It’s the exact same concept as, say, Lantern, tinc, Hyperboria, cjdns and a slew of others. There is nothing revolutionary about Wireguard (or Nebula).
    • I’m replacing iptables/shorewall with nftables on my router box.

15 Clams

In this segment, Jthan shares with you a little slice of life. The title is a reference to this video. (2m16s in)

Starts at 49m30s.

Jthan wonders if it’s worth it to run a firewall at the border and in the OS instance on AWS EC2. (It is.)



Music Credits
Track Title Artist Link Copyright/License
Intro Páramo 1 Callejas click CC-BY-SA 4.0
Outro DOOM Jazz One Beats click CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0
(All music is royalty-free, properly licensed for use, used under fair use, or public domain.)



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