@FisaCourtHoarder Hi! Have a look at: https://wiki.alpinelinux.org/wiki/Writing_Init_Scripts
Your example uses systemd, but Alpine uses openrc, which is a different way of managing services.
Today also (coincidentally) happened to be the day of the submission of the NLnet grant application for work on federation.
These are indeed very exciting times, and we are very proud and thankful of the community surrounding Gitea.
In honour of Aaron Swartz Day, here's a link to the award-winning documentary about him, which you can legally watch right here on the Fediverse thanks to its creative commons licence:
...and here's a tip about one of the technologies which Swartz played a major role in developing...
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@solene And maybe these woodworkers fill a niche, but in the global economic system they don't fill a very important role. This is sad of course, and I feel what you wrote, but I think this is very broad phenomenon that will hit sectors on all sides (Truck drivers? obsolete soon, I think, just an example, smaller car mechanic companies? obsolete one day, look at Tesla).
It is depressing, but it is an inevitability of the scale on which the global economy 'must' operate. But must it ?
@solenepercent @solene I feel a parallel can be made to traditional wood workers (or other artisanal crafts). They bootstrapped and industry, but the industry needed to scale (because of globalisation, increased welfare? or more perverse incentives).
Capitalism (or industrialisation) as a whole never had 'having fun at your job' as a cornerstone so this is not something that is optimized towards.
These days you still see woodworkers, but they do it because it is fun.
@detondev Goblins and Dwarves for infrastructure and glue code. Elves for backend architecture. Humans for front-end, because they are vain.
- Fully open source hardware (Do those exist?)
- Best bang for your buck (Some TP-link devices for example, most of them are widely available)
- Open source software by default (Omnia Turris)
- Easily moddable
- High performance (so you can run other services on it, Omnia Turris, again, for example)
@niamtokik Having a good experience with https://openwrt.org/toh/hwdata/tp-link/tp-link_archer_c7_v5. Has been running flawless for at least a year now.
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