experimental phessler has moved to @phessler@bsd.network:

experimental phessler @phessler@m.bad.network

I've launched my real instance over at bsd.network. Follow me over there as @phessler.

OKAY EVERYBODY IT'S #AWOOSDAY

SO EVERYBODY GET YOUR BEST #AWOO - IN' FACE ON

IF YOU DON'T #AWOO THEN YOU CAN DO BLOBLEWD IMPRESSIONS

C'MON EVERYBODY LET'S START, LINDA, GO GET THE CRAYONS OKAY

Awesome, using the ed(1) editor on #freebsd with output directly to a line printer. @ed1conf

#Firefox Quantum uses a fork+exec multi-process model, ensuring unique address space for those systems that support ASLR.

Full img: photos.app.goo.gl/dDqzSynnGLoG

#HardenedBSD #infosec

mastodon.social/media/nsQdjEzA

Good image caption becomes great image caption

neat, I got an rss2toot bot working. will keep it running for a little while, but shut it down eventually.

Olrite, you have an hour and a half left to bid on the only #OpenBSD 6.2 cd-set that will be made. All proceeds go to the OpenBSD Foundation.

Hand painted by Theo de Raadt himself!

m.ebay.ca/itm/Official-OpenBSD

I suppose this is the main reason why follow-bots exist :/

@zigg also, federation only follows the people that you and your local instance follows. so, if nobody on newinstance.example follows @AFresh1 then nobody there will see his hash-openbsd toots. :(

there are a few hashtags (*BSD-releated) that I'd want to be semi-populated

I'm thinking about launching an instance, but would like to get some decent federation going before I open it up to subscribers. Is there a socially acceptable method for this?

Or should I just invite a few people, and ask them to import their follow list first?

#instance #federation #mastoadmins #mastoadmin

I'm currently writing this from an hosted instance. woot!

(not open to the public!)