New Raspberry Pi 4 Compute Module: So long SO-DIMM, Hello PCIe!

The brand new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4) was just released! Surprised? Nope, and we’re not either — the Raspberry Pi Foundation had hinted that it was going to release a compute mo… hackaday.com/2020/10/19/new-ra

Original tweet : twitter.com/hackaday/status/13

This is genuienly one of the best error messages I've ever seen. What makes it so great?

1. Starts with a clear, non-technical description of the problem.

2. Follows that with a clear _technical_ description of the problem.

3. Suggests a solution to the problem and offers to automatically implement it

4. When that fails, provides another clear technical explanation (no non-technical one this time; that's fine because we're now into issues only triggered in advanced use cases)

Fantastic!

We're now settling on the CC BY-SA 4.0 license for our articles, which looks great for our aim.

Allows backups, re-hosting and more if anything happens to me / @gamingonlinux. Plus, if someone silly just copy/pastes constantly, they have to give it the same license making it a bit pointless to just rip it off.

woot, Linux action news and coder radio are returning. That's pretty cool.

My finally boots - all it took was for my to buy a screen that actually works (the one that shipped with it didn't). Really happy it's working now, really sad it took me from christmas day to today to get it that way! @PINE64

Best practices for managing and storing secrets like API keys and credentials
blog.gitguardian.com/secrets-a

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OK, looks like the server is working. I've been able to follow a few accounts on other instances.

Really enjoying the fact that the domains can match the matrix, xmpp and mail names \o/.

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