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Living the dream... fully off linux now; it's served me well over the years, but it's time. Went with 12 RC-3; beautifully supporting my desktop (AMD Ryzen 7 1700, Radeon RX 580, 16G ram, samsung 960 nvme). xfce lookin' beautiful

I have a smaller little box running openbsd as a media server and ssh endpoint. Also just cause I wanna fucks around with too since I'm running it on a prod box.

<3 BSD

vv happy

this box is screamin' fast. and now I have to play with!!!

BSD kernel :flan_hacker:, here I come

@slackz I run OpenBSD 6.3 in prod as my e-mail server, but with all the big changes to opensmtpd in 6.4 with no clear migration guide, I'm honestly thinking of moving my e-mail over to Docker instead.

I'd be tempted to go the BSD route on more devices, but there's still not 802.11ac support (cards do work but are limited to n)

@djsumdog lol yeah, I think sendmail years back scared me off configuring mail servers, but I might have to check it out. At very least I know it's expected to be running for various system emails.

good luck with migration; 6.3 will be supported for a while though, so maybe someone will come up with some nifty migration tools :P

def impressed with various design decisions (was reading about security model and new stuff like pledge). And the emphasis on simplicity / auditing... dig it

@slackz If you're happy where you are, that's OK, but there's also a place where you find other BSD users at bsd.network.

@starbreaker lol for sure. @pamela and @kurtm are gonna hook me up with an invite once it's open again so I can spare my unix rantings.

Super down to join once that happens. Fully committed at this point :)

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OrgSpace is a social media instance on the Mastodon network built by, and for, community organizers. We believe social media is a critical tool for political education, relationship building, mobilizing folks; however, facebook, twitter and other mainstream networks have opted time and again for profit and commercializing personal data regardless of the consequences.

Mastodon is a decentralized, but federated network. This means that when you join organizing.social, you get to interact with everyone you choose to on the wider Mastodon network; but you also get to see locally scoped content (from this instance) and help build a network particularly focused on building community and organizing those around us against oppressive systems and towards a society rooted in equity and global justice.

Setting up this instance has been a project of PDX Outreach for Justice, but we want this to be a global network of organizers and welcome moderators, admins, and engineers, and others who would be interested in contributing and shaping this process

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