Arbitrary interpretation of GDPR

Feel free to use this in any given situation where one or more people voice the opinion that we can not, and should not, look at GDPR in black or …

More

Random Password Generator (POMjs)

POMjs is an open and uncomplicated Random Password Generator written in Javascript and HTML. We all love secure and random passwords, and sometimes you just need to make one up …

More

Mounting /proc with hidepid under Ubuntu

On most Linux systems, anyone can see everyone else’s processes, running commands, and so on. This can be achieved by simply issuing a ps ax or similar. The same applies …

More

Cloudbridge Mattermost 2.2.0 with WordPress 6 support

Cloudbridge Mattermost 2.2.0 has been released with WordPress 6 support! The Cloudbridge Mattermost WordPress plugin is verified with WordPress 6 and Mattermost 7, and now features even more Mattermost integrations …

More

Ubuntu and Zimbra upgrade night session

Music: Great White, Guns ‘n’ Roses, Pink Floyd, Five Finger Deathpunch, Mötley Crüe, AC/DC, Rammstein Drink coffee, 3L Open 4-6 SSH sessions Do Ubuntu from 16 > 18 > 20 …

More

The Russian Elephant in the Room

In an article that talks about Gazprombank Vice President Igor Volobuyev leaving Russia for Kyiv because of the war, there’s some quite fascinating reading about Russia’s since long planned energy …

More

The scrutiny of leadership

“When leadership does not stand up to scrutiny, you need to question if it’s the right leadership.” 🧐🤔 Something I think can be said for many European and other “leaders …

More

The GitHub ReadME Project

The GitHub ReadME project is all about increasing awareness about Open Source, its developers and communities, as well as bringing people closer together. Chances are you’re using more Open Source …

More