Mastodon has a verification mechanism, though it looks different from Twitter's. We do not ask for your documents. Instead, if you have a website that you are known by, you can verify that you are the owner of that website.
Link to your Mastodon profile from the website, either through a visible link, or through a <link> tag in the head of the document, with a rel=me attribute, and link back to that page from your Mastodon profile. It should then get a green checkmark, like @Mastodon.
How to draw a mushroom house.
Off you go, then. I expect to be inundated with mushroom houses within the hour.
I should clarify - these are AdmiralPotato’s gifs - we were just testing if mastodon compresses gifs (it does)
testing part 2
Today's recommended follows:
🌟 @_astronoMay - Professional astrophysicist, crafter and cat lover, paid to study alien planets
🌟 @Curator - Boosting nice art from across the Fediverse
🌟 @nextcloud - Free open source platform for making your own personal online cloud
🌟 @yapo - Freelance artist who draws pretty kawaii digital art
🌟 @JonathanMBR - Kenyan school teacher posting about African issues including the environment and politics
Since TheGibson "working with the feds" is the hot topic of the day, I just gotta say that from what I've seen (the five of so toots of evidence against him) it sounds like he "works for the feds" about as much as anyone "works for the fire department" when they call 911 to report a fire.
When your job is to secure computer systems, sometimes you run into internet Mafia types, or foreign government attackers, or new scary viruses, and they need reporting because that's the only avenue we have.
Risers came and work great!
I'm definitely still not comfortable in JS, but this could've been a lot worse than it was. Shoutout to speleo for the ternary trick
Oh and I should mention that for some reason a friend of mine could get his card to work in one server of his but not others. I haven't had that same issue so I couldn't tell you what it might be.We're guessing something weird with pcie/bios/etc
Cisco's driver ISO can be found here:
I rehosted just the windows iso here:
You'll want this directory within the ISO.
Other than that, they've been an awesome way to get into 10g networking for really cheap and I've learned a ton. Plus my vMotions and NFS storage are much faster now :)
Not sure if that's a symptom of a firmware issue or what happened but the ESXi host never received traffic on that VLAN, although it could send it no problem. Swapping the card for another one I got in the same batch fixed it.
hacker @ 801labs.org / dc801.space
cybersecurity student @ wgu.edu
employee @ a fintech
interested in specialty coffee, homelab, and infosec
Mastodon server for Cleeb (@firstname.lastname@example.org)