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schestowitz"Jan 14 05:23
schestowitzBringing Teams Together: The divisive exerciseJan 14 05:23
schestowitzDear colleagues,Jan 14 05:23
schestowitzSince the last Working Group meeting of 21 November 2022, management has unilaterally made radical changes to the project “Bringing Teams Together”. According to information now provided to line managers, the 3-day rule will not guarantee an allocated fixed workplace anymore. Line managers are asked to proceed on the basis of quotas (70% of workplaces) which will trigger divisive discussions among team members.Jan 14 05:23
schestowitzThis paper gives more details of what we learnt about the revised plans of the administration.Jan 14 05:23
schestowitzThe Central Staff Committee - CSCJan 14 05:23
schestowitz"Jan 14 05:23
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schestowitz   <li>Jan 14 11:53
schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">OpenSSH client side key management for better privacy and security</a></h5>Jan 14 11:53
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Jan 14 11:53
-TechBytesBot/ | OpenSSH client side key management for better privacy and security - Siosm’s blogJan 14 11:53
schestowitz                                        <p>If you have read the ssh post by Filippo Valsorda and the related whoarethey: Determine Who Can Log In to an SSH Server post by Andrew Ayer, you might be wondering if we can do something about it in the OpenSSH client configuration.</p>Jan 14 11:53
schestowitz                                        <p>A lot of OpenSSH hardening guides focus on configuration recommendations for the OpenSSH server. Since the integration of Wireguard in the Linux kernel and with clients available for all majors platforms, I have been progressively switching all my OpenSSH servers to listening only on a Wireguard interface which thus significantly reduced the pressure for strong sever side OpenSSH hardening. Do not get me Jan 14 11:53
schestowitzwrong: it is still useful and you should still do it but it is no longer a critical priority.</p>Jan 14 11:53
schestowitz                                        <p>In this post I will describe a part of my OpenSSH client configuration that mitigates both of the issues mentioned in the posts above. I have been using this configuration without issue for approximately five years now.</p>Jan 14 11:53
schestowitz                                    </blockquote>Jan 14 11:53
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schestowitz<li>Jan 14 11:58
schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">This search and rescue robot creates 3D maps of disaster areas</a></h5>Jan 14 11:58
-TechBytesBot/ | This search and rescue robot creates 3D maps of disaster areas | Arduino BlogJan 14 11:58
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Jan 14 11:58
schestowitz                                        <p>SARDA is currently an early prototype and its capabilities are limited, but the idea is sound. It is a little wheeled robot that would (in theory, at least) rove around a disaster area while mapping its surroundings. It could work autonomously or an operator could guide it manually. While moving around an area, it would generate a 3D map of rigid objects, like walls and obstacles, and also health hazards Jan 14 11:59
schestowitzlike clouds of smoke, heat, or toxic gases. A computer at a control station would use that data to produce a digital 3D render of the environment that first responders could reference during their search and rescue efforts.</p>Jan 14 11:59
schestowitz                                    </blockquote>Jan 14 11:59
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schestowitz<li>Jan 14 12:02
schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">Examples of floating point problems</a></h5>Jan 14 12:02
-TechBytesBot/ | Examples of floating point problemsJan 14 12:02
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Jan 14 12:02
schestowitz                                        <p>So I asked on Mastodon for examples of how floating point has gone wrong for them in real programs, and as always folks delivered! Here are a bunch of examples. I’ve also written some example programs for some of them to see exactly what happens. Here’s a table of contents: [...]</p>Jan 14 12:02
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schestowitz  <li>Jan 14 12:03
schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">How To Install Go Language In Linux: Install Golang In Linux</a></h5>Jan 14 12:03
-TechBytesBot/#techbytes-How To Install Go Language In Linux - OSTechNixJan 14 12:03
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Jan 14 12:03
schestowitz                                        <p>Go, also known as GoLang, is an open source programming language developed at Google by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson in 2007.</p>Jan 14 12:03
schestowitz                                        <p>The Go language became a public open source project on November 10, 2009. Go language is being actively used in some Google's production servers, as well as by other companies such as Dropbox, CoreOS, CloudFlare, Docker, Soundcloud, Uber and many.</p>Jan 14 12:03
schestowitz                                        <p>Now let us go ahead and see two ways to install Golang and configure Go programming language in Linux.</p>Jan 14 12:03
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