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"The Radical Copyeditor’s Style Guide for Writing About Transgender People"

A good basic style guide that assumes very little.

companies: our employees are like family :)

queer people who no longer speak to their parents for Reasons: wow yikes, they're just saying the quiet part out loud?


“The Story of Xenia - Linux's Forgotten Mascot!”

Before , there was a proposal to make the mascot. And she's a fox-girl!

"omg if baby oil dissolves condoms what the fuck does it do to babies?"

Answer 1: "This may be shocking, but babies and condoms are made of different materials."

Answer 2: "It's like rock paper scissors:
Baby oil defeats condom,
Baby defeats baby oil,
Condom defeats baby"

I came here to Be Queer and Eat The Rich
and though I still have an abundance of queer shit left to do, I am very capable of multitastking my two objectives

I have been attempting to set up a VPN with Wireguard. It seems nice and simple, but it looks like I still need to run on "client" /"end point" on a publicly visible IP address. 😔 I have a server, I could do that. But I had hoped I could avoid that....

Is there any open source "peer to peet vpn"?

I have (root on) 2 linux desktops, both behind consumer grade broadband. I want to be able to ssh from one to the other easily. Is there anything I can install which will set up & maintain a little vpn between the 2?

I have set up a tor hidden service between the two, so I can always ssh over tor, but that's slow.

I thought I'd try on my work desktop instead of .

And now the GUI doesn't work. Ah graphics problems... This takes me back...

God, grant me coffee to change the things I can change,
and wine to accept the things I can't.

What's the easiest way to run a VM with *open source* software? none of this cloud rubbish. I just want to run a command and be able to SSH into my new VM

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In Ye Olden Days, I could use vagrant to create a once off VM. But now there's so many different "providers"? huh?

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I use ansible to manage lotsa linux servers, and I want to test using a simple virtual machine with a stock ubuntu OS installed.

But it's way more complicated than I remember.

I did find a few blackberry bushes on this little side path. 🙂 It's too early now, but I'll come back later. 😋

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`clacks_overhead=GNU Terry Pratchett`
For a few years, I've been using this JOSM plugin to add this changeset tag to my uploads to #OpenStreetMap. Search for “pTerry” in the JOSM plugins menu.

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