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[#] Mon Dec 29 2014 11:56:06 EST from zooer

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Be glad, this is uncensored but whoever censored it cares for you.

[#] Mon Dec 29 2014 12:03:39 EST from zooer

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But if you must look it up....
Les Rythmes Digitales - (Hey You) Whats That Sound?

[#] Thu Jan 22 2015 11:41:08 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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From the "die in a car fire" department:

[ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsYOTERciOU ]

Before putting out a car fire, make sure the parking brake is set. Otherwise the vehicle turns into a flaming missile as it cruises down the hill...

[#] Wed Jan 28 2015 18:18:23 EST from the_mgt

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So I read today, that an old Opera guy came up with a new browser called Vivaldi. Just trying it and it is amazingly fast and looks totally nerdy. Although it is only a tech preview, I am in love!

Link: http://vivaldi.com (the .net domain belongs to them, too, as it seems, but is for their socialist stuff)



[#] Wed Feb 04 2015 19:45:06 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Hm.  It seems that Communist China is now forcing everyone to use their real names online.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/02/04/us-china-internet-censorship-idUSKBN0L80ZF20150204 ]

In particular, impersonation for entertainment is explicitly banned.  Fake Steve Jobs won't be able to publish in China anymore.



[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 10:27:21 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Tom Wheeler's surprisingly sensible proposals for Net Neutrality

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I have to say I'm quite surprised with FCC chairman Tom Wheeler with respect to Net Neutrality.

http://www.wired.com/2015/02/fcc-chairman-wheeler-net-neutrality/ ]

Prior to his appointment to the FCC, Wheeler was a cable and telecom lobbyist.  It was generally predicted that he would simply turn the wishes of pigopolists like Comcast into official FCC regulations.  As it turns out, however, he's actually making a sensible set of proposals to the Commission regarding Net Neutrality.

Pretty much everyone observing the issue from a political perspective has got it wrong.  They see it as an issue of giving control of the Internet to the government vs. giving it to corporations - which finds me, as a conservative, landing squarely on the "wrong" side of the debate.  The "scarce resource" here is the last-mile connection to every home and business.  Companies which operate these resources are granted artificial monopolies, or at least duopolies, which means they absolutely have to be regulated in order to keep them from abuse.

Wheeler is proposing the imposition of Title II protections on broadband Internet service, essentially cementing it as a common carrier.  Predictably, Comcast/AT&T/Verizon are crying foul, while everyone else is cheering.



[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 10:54:18 EST from admin

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In particular, impersonation for entertainment is explicitly banned.

 Fake Steve Jobs won't be able to publish in China anymore.




WHAT??!!! If we can't fake being dead people how can we fake being real people? I think I am going to have to shit this website down again on Jan 1st 2014.a

[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 15:57:54 EST from zooer

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shit this website? Damn. If you shit the alphabet is that a vowel movement?

[#] Thu Feb 05 2015 20:19:40 EST from vince-q

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ouch

[#] Fri Feb 20 2015 12:01:15 EST from fleeb

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These are two rather entertainin web sites (NSFW) someone pointed out to me:

http://motherfuckingwebsite.com/

and

http://bettermotherfuckingwebsite.com/

[#] Fri Feb 20 2015 12:01:43 EST from fleeb

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(It's NSFW due to language, nothing more).

[#] Fri Feb 20 2015 19:21:34 EST from zooer

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and the ASCII nudes

[#] Mon Mar 30 2015 10:40:37 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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WHAT??!!! If we can't fake being dead people how can we fake being
real people? I think I am going to have to shit this website down
again on Jan 1st 2014. [D [D [D [D [D [D [D [D [D [D [D [D a

Speaking of being dead, I must say that the continued operation of this site 15 months later is remarkable evidence of life after death.

[#] Mon May 18 2015 21:56:36 EDT from mo

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I am gonna get a shared hosting plan one of these days, to run a wordpress powered website, and just wondered if i could run a citadel on it, (rather than host at home, or on a VPS ). 

The ISP i am considering use debian on their servers, so i contacted them just in-case they already have heard of citadel. They would install citadel-suite from the debian repositories for me, but what would be the best way for them to manage citadel on a 'shared' server? Here is the end of their email to me.

So going back to the shell account: if we type "apt-get install citadel-suite" to our shell account server, that will certainly pull in all the packages. But from just a very brief glance at the front page, I'm predicting that it's going to want to "own" at least the mail system on the server.

 

Can you tell us a bit more about what it is you're wanting to do? Possibly we can work out some way to hook it into our existing systems and does what you need.



[#] Tue May 19 2015 02:26:12 EDT from dothebart

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Mon May 18 2015 21:56:36 EDT from mo Subject: Citadel on a shared hosting plan

I am gonna get a shared hosting plan one of these days, to run a wordpress powered website, and just wondered if i could run a citadel on it, (rather than host at home, or on a VPS ). 

The ISP i am considering use debian on their servers, so i contacted them just in-case they already have heard of citadel. They would install citadel-suite from the debian repositories for me, but what would be the best way for them to manage citadel on a 'shared' server? Here is the end of their email to me.

So going back to the shell account: if we type "apt-get install citadel-suite" to our shell account server, that will certainly pull in all the packages. But from just a very brief glance at the front page, I'm predicting that it's going to want to "own" at least the mail system on the server.

 

Can you tell us a bit more about what it is you're wanting to do? Possibly we can work out some way to hook it into our existing systems and does what you need.



http://citadel.org/doku.php/faq:generalquestions:can_i_install_citadel_on_a_shared_web_hosting_account

its going to have more priviliges than they will want to admit to you.

For shure you can disable port 25, 587, 443 imap, imaps, pop3... But if you're aide you could re-enable it.

however, you could use the citadele only with port 504 federation, and with webcit behind an apache proxy.

therefore they should only install citadel-server and citadel-webcit (which will not demand to become the mta)



[#] Tue May 19 2015 07:54:58 EDT from mo

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Thanks Dothebart! I'll ready the wiki first next time :). Glad i asked, maybe the ISP would be interested in offering citadel to it's customers, aswell as the two webmail programs that come as standard (squirellmail and roundcube)?

 



[#] Wed May 20 2015 17:59:41 EDT from mo

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Looks like i would have to get a VPS or self host for sure. Didn't hurt to ask though.

 

 



[#] Mon May 25 2015 01:58:10 EDT from ax25

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Mo, you should be able to run on a small vps (around $5 - $20 USD / mo) - depends on what you need for resources. When I first installed Citadel, it was a self hosted at home with dynamic dns service on an old AMD K5 with 128 MB ram.  I switched from Exim running on an old 486 with 32 MB ram, so I figured 128 MB was plenty.  Turns out, it was :-)

Currently, I use a vps with 8 mb for citserver, and about 16 mb for webcit.  The bulk of the ram goes to spamd (currently at 76 mb).  The VPS I use has 512MB with about 3 users (5 total, but only about 3 active most days).



[#] Tue May 26 2015 10:43:45 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Exactly. A small VPS doesn't cost much more (if any) than a web hosting account, and it gives you the full control you need to install an application like Citadel Server.

[#] Thu May 28 2015 13:55:57 EDT from mo

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VPS seems a good idea. Your right, not much dearer atall. 

 



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