If you post something on social media, you are explicitly inviting people to comment and share their opinions. If that is not your intent then set privacy settings accordingly.
Regardless if you post something and are offended by respectful differences of opinion, and go so far as to silence those opinions, then **you** are the problem.
If you expect people to listen to your views on blast without giving them the common decency to reply, and be listened to in return, its time for you to reevaluate yourself because you are likely the perfect example of why the world is falling apart right now.
We’re launching several new security features that make ProtonMail even more secure against attacks. Learn about these technologies and how they keep you safe: https://protonmail.com/blog/security-updates-2019/
Finally getting around to playing Nier Automata.
It's been an interesting time. Massive changes and updates to how the site works.
- Security has been drastically increased;
- Vendors will be able to have a near complete custom online shop;
- Auctions have been added back in;
- Registration and notification emails are working again;
- PayPal payouts are working;
- Stock control is now possible;
- Variable products are possible (TShirt sizes, product colours etc);
- New categories etc.
Many more changes to come!
You may think your Gmail account is private, but Google disagrees. Google told a judge that users have "no legitimate expectation of privacy." https://www.cnet.com/news/google-filing-says-gmail-users-have-no-expectation-of-privacy/ Proton = privacy.
Today has been a day of ups and downs. Initial choices that I made while configuring the server (chosen for speed benefits), turned out to be the wrong ones. It's set me back about a day, as I had to rebuild the server in its entirety to avoid rebuilding the database manually to repair the damage.
I will have to rethink some of my strategy. The server is running again, but I'm still behind schedule and will need to play catch-up over the coming days.
Big oopsie... Made a major mistake while working... Used the wrong web server, #NGINX instead of #Apache2. Screwed up so much shit it's not funny. Quicker to rebuild than repair. Upgraded the server with x86 cores for compatibility, increased RAM to 8GB, and increased storage by 100Gb. Should be much quicker now. YAY!
Day #2 - https://nzvape.bid email notifications
Finally got the notification emails working independent of the main mail server, so should be much more reliable in the future.
Still have to fix #SPF; #DKIM and #DMARC to lower the spam score, but it's a big step. It means as long as nzvape.bid is running, it will not need to rely on a mail server, making it almost completely stand alone.
Sooo... 14 hours of #development; hair pulling; face palming; keyboard bashing and loud swearing results in...
Something that resembles the digital equivalent of roadkill...
#cron expressions are so counter intuitive...