using this in a CGI to only have to run the operation pipeline if both the source data is updated, and someone actually wants to see it.
Onion v3 services are a lot safer than onion v2 services.
One of the main reasons why onion v3 services haven't seen much adoption by large scale sites is the missing support for onionbalance. This is about to change.
If you want to help test onionbalance for v3 onion services:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fragment_identifier has a lot of neat things you can use fragment IDs for
whois.c seems to be assuming the query is a domain and normalizing it, which includes lowercasing all the letters.
assuming it is this function: idn2_lookup_ul being called on line 1233 in https://github.com/rfc1036/whois/blob/next/whois.c
Looks like data URIs aren't turned into links.
cheese stopped working with my webcam because I was fiddling with stuff. couldn't figure out how to fix it "right" and found that cheese hid its preferences in a gnomeism of a "global menu", so uninstalled it and found I can make mpv use the button on my webcam to trigger saving a photo. :)
0x21ff8f screenshot-to-file /home/epoch/images/webcam.png
Found the hex code of the button with mpv --input-test /dev/video0
While the world is justifiably focused on #COVID19 remember that our (US) leadership has yet another plan to effectively outlaw encryption called "EARN IT".
People who can't use email are ipso facto not competent to draft such legislation.
masto instance for the tildeverse