Oh, this is super neat!

Onionize is a #docker container that automatically exposes other selected Docker containers as onion services:


Watched 'OpenTelemetry: an XKCD 927 Success Story' by Greg Mefford. Liked the way Greg explains Observability and how distributed tracing helps with really cool slides. Checkout the talk here, fosdem.org/2020/schedule/event

“Your actions are a consequence of your thoughts.

Your thoughts are a consequence of what you consume.

And in the modern age, what you consume is largely a consequence of how you select and refine your social media feed.

Choose better inputs. Get better outputs.”

3-2-1: On media consumption, needless commitments, and persistence and luck | James Clear


Surprise! We can't have a shiny new GNOME release without a shiny new release video!

Special thanks to Chris Rogers, @o0karen0o and @freehive for their hard work.


Woohoo! Woohooo! Woooooooohooooooooooooooooo!

Copyrighting all the melodies to avoid accidental infringement, Damien Riehl


TIL Emacs has support for morse code. You can select the text and run M-x morse-region or M-x unmorse-region

#ForgeFed update! 😀

We're planning to implement in both #Pagure and #Gitea. Still waiting to finalize funding details with NLNet.

Implementation of author-hosted tickets in Vervis is in progress, and so is OAuth2. Next will come patches/MRs, and then we can finally release that Draft 1 along with a demo.

We're looking into making better docs, maybe a talk too. Would you prefer to read, or to see/hear me explaining? 😋


I really enjoyed watching @fosdem live stream. Thank you so much all the volunteers, speakers, attendees and sponsors for making the event engaging and awesome. 🎉

Picture-in-Picture feature of Firefox 72 is something really useful. Tip for @gnome users, right click on the popup player and select 'Always on Top'. This will keep the player on top of all the applications.


Video from the screenshot: youtu.be/bho5P0TSNTI

@fosdem The slides and the speaker view are swapped on the stream for 'K.1.105 (La Fontaine)'

TIL what is a PID controller and how that can be used to sample the traces in distributed tracing.


Mastering Distributed Tracing by Yuri Shkuro


We have computed the very first chosen-prefix collision for SHA-1. To put it in another way: all attacks that are practical on MD5 are now also practical on SHA-1.

We have reduced the cost of a collision attack from 2^64.7 to 2^61.2, and the cost of a chosen-prefix collision attack from 2^67.1 to 2^63.4.

Demo: The legacy branch of GnuPG (version 1.4) is vulnerable. We have created two PGP keys with different UserIDs and colliding certificates.


#36c3 and it's a wrap!

If you want to download video/audio of all the awesome talks, here's your yearly reminder that I wrote a little console tool called "sync3c" to automatically filter & sync talks from any #ccc event for you:


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