I like the simplicity of using multicast for this: nodes that want to attach to the VLAN just subscribe to the appropriate multicast address
@dirt primo problema: c'e una formica nello zucchero
Yesterday I set up a VXLAN, which is kind of like a VLAN that works over multicast: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Extensible_LAN
Acetone welding to fix a broken Commodore 64 case: https://www.youtube.com/post/Ugw4CZ9Jvg4QU9BgCo54AaABCQ
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@devurandom the biden part seems to be fake though, i think you're right
I don't think any news media is going to be naive enough to be making claims like that after 2016
@devurandom Here's a HuffPost article from 11/04/2016 that seems to confirm the 98% figure
“In 2015 researchers Limb, Limb, Limb and Limb published a paper on their study into the effect of surnames on medical specialisation.” #wikifinds
@nickwedig that's how I thought of 2016 but 2020 is something else
King Arthur woke from his dreamless sleep, to return in Britain's Time of Need.
He stretched, rubbed his face, and reached out to the land that had called him.
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He laid down again.
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@lanodan this is an interesting discussion that I'd love to continue but I'm getting a lot of aggression from your side and I think I'll just now out at this point. I'm sorry if I've somehow touched a nerve, it was never my intention
All I'm saying is that just like it would be naive to run public facing servers - in any language - without any security measures in place, it's also naive to assume there's no risk associated with running stuff written in C just because you set up AppArmor