This is an "at will" employment state. Which means you can walk up to anyone and, if you will it, they're now your employee. Pay them. Give them health insurance. They can't even stop you.
There is a meltdown patch in the snapshots. If you were holding out, testing -current now might be a good time try, you may help find problems. #OpenBSD
if your "security" relies on the fact you hide your source code, then maybe you shouldn't be writing code at all.
this was mostly in response to apple getting butthurt that their boot code got leaked and now jailbreakers found a bunch of vulnerabilities in it
"Le plus gros leak de l'histoire" : une section cruciale du code source d'iOS a été diffusée sur Internet
Le code source d'iBoot, l'un des programmes iOS les plus importants, a été diffusé anonymement sur Github.
Did you know: Teotihuacan is one of the greatest Classical Mesoamerican cities, and was (by estimate) the 6th-largest city in the world at its height...
...and we have no idea who built it. ("Teotihuacan" is itself a Nahuatl word assigned to the city by the Aztecs, who took it over centuries after the original city fell; like the classical Greeks and Mycenae, the Aztecs assumed Teotihuacan must have been built by the gods.)
If I may say so, there were more problems while updating the style than I had hoped. I'm doing it on the live production site. After I finalize it on the test pages, I'll deploy it to the rest of the site. I almost gave up, but I didn't.
Pardon the noise, folks, but I'm curious. See, I've been converting the css for the etsh website from dark foreground and light background to light on dark. Only enabled 3 pages so far.
If you don't mind, could you please have a look and let me know whether or not your eyeballs or brains explode? Hopefully neither happens though =)
if you like one of them, you could like others (aka self-promoting of tools for OpenBSD - all available in ports):
- sysclean : list obsolete files between OpenBSD upgrades (aka delete old stuff between upgrades)
- checkrestart : help to find processes that need restarting after upgrade (aka which service to restart after pkg_add -u)
- upobsd : download, verify and patch bsd.rd image (aka upgrading the system without hands)