Notices tagged with fail

  1. #: "Samsung – Contact on three separate occasions in April, May, and June. No response was received back from any outreach." #

    about 5 months ago from quitter.se
  2. I don't quite mind T-shirt designs, but I'd gladly buy this one https://quitter.se/attachment/3573864 # #

    about 10 months ago from quitter.se
  3. # # # is hard but is it too hard? Even major operators like # # miserably.
    http://www.sami-lehtinen.net/blog/ipv6-addressing-is-hard-but-is-it-too-hard-even-for-major-network-operators

    about a year ago from loadaverage.org
  4. A "tech resistance" site which blocks Tor users.

    about a year ago from social.freedombone.net Repeated by takeshitakenji
  5. A "tech resistance" site which blocks Tor users.

    about a year ago from social.freedombone.net
  6. # # Center and their # managed to make me go # # Haha. # # # #
    https://plus.google.com/u/1/+SamiLehtinen/posts/4VsupQ6tDpG

    about a year ago from loadaverage.org
  7. # # # is # all the time. So much # How about implementing something like # Oh, sorry. That's too way complex for your so called engineers.

    about a year ago from loadaverage.org
  8. Totally awesome talk about Wi-Fi security issues and implementation flaws. Loved it! # # # # # # #
    https://media.ccc.de/v/33c3-8195-predicting_and_abusing_wpa2_802_11_group_keys

    about a year ago from loadaverage.org
  9. # is here and so is # # # # # # # # #
    http://metropolitan.fi/entry/ddos-attack-halts-heating-in-finland-amidst-winter

    about a year ago from loadaverage.org
  10. @herologist @doze49
    I'm trying to self-deprecate myself here, and I sound like a snob. #

    That is a good point. My laptop really is a tool that I use, and I think that I would be writing on paper without it when ideas form. I used to do that. You are right, writing with my hand would take me much longer, and it would hurt my hand after a while. I prefer typing for this reason. I'm slow as it is.

    about a year ago from sealion.club
  11. I spend 2 hours debugging a weird media upload bug. Turns out the bug is in Angular's $http thingie! # # #

    Monday, 26-Sep-16 19:21:15 UTC from social.heldscal.la
  12. apt-get update
    apt-get install docker
    docker -v
    # m(
    apt-get purge docker
    apt-get install docker.io
    #
    !linux !debian 

    Tuesday, 20-Sep-16 10:31:39 UTC from quitter.se
  13. Austrian presidential election postponed due to faulty glue https://is.gd/PVzfGJ shame on technic # ?!

    Monday, 12-Sep-16 16:02:37 UTC from quitter.se
  14. 400MBit/s als "Gigabit Zeitalter" zu bezeichnen ist auch so irgendwie ... # #

    Wednesday, 27-Jul-16 18:03:54 UTC from social.bka.li
  15. User Experience. It took quite a while for me to figure out why WiFi / WLAN wasn't working. Reason? Access Point (AP) was configure to use n standard. But the old device only supported g standard. Guess what, Xubuntu, doesn't indicate any kind of reason for this fail. Just just tries to connect for a long time, and then fails. Yet another example of engineering, how to totally fail and even fail to give any kind of feedback or reasonable error message. After wondering for a while, I enabled gn mixed mode, and tada, everything started to work. Yet, the network list nicely shows the n network and prompts for password, even if the device naturally can't join the network- Thank you once again for great engineering guys. - Phew. # # # # #

    Friday, 22-Jul-16 11:03:40 UTC from loadaverage.org Repeated by lnxw48
  16. I'm wondering if the 'Telegram Secret Chat Canceled' a bug, feature, design flaw or something else? Does anybody know. It's just so annoying that the secret chats get canceled more or less randomly. It's because of chat's getting "out of sync". But that shouldn't happen. What's the root cause of the problem? Is there some kind of security consideration which is source of the 'problem', so it's by design like that. Or is it some kind of fail. Anyway, it's guaranteed to deliver bad user experience (UX). But that's nothing new. It seems that this issue has persisted for several years. I think it's triggered by the immediate key renegotiation failing due to timeout or something like that. But what are the related parameters and so on.
    # # # # # # # # # # #

    Saturday, 23-Jul-16 07:48:16 UTC from loadaverage.org
  17. User Experience. It took quite a while for me to figure out why WiFi / WLAN wasn't working. Reason? Access Point (AP) was configure to use n standard. But the old device only supported g standard. Guess what, Xubuntu, doesn't indicate any kind of reason for this fail. Just just tries to connect for a long time, and then fails. Yet another example of engineering, how to totally fail and even fail to give any kind of feedback or reasonable error message. After wondering for a while, I enabled gn mixed mode, and tada, everything started to work. Yet, the network list nicely shows the n network and prompts for password, even if the device naturally can't join the network- Thank you once again for great engineering guys. - Phew. # # # # #

    Friday, 22-Jul-16 11:03:40 UTC from loadaverage.org
  18. Absolutely awesome postmortem from Status Exchange Network - http://stackstatus.net/post/147710624694/outage-postmortem-july-20-2016 -. Also gives a good view how trivially easy it is to DDoS a website to it's knees, if it contains absolutely horrible and extremely bad recursive code. It's a good question why this trimming happens and view time and not when the data is being saved? Afaik, it's also a bad choice. Why to do same task several times, if doing it once is enough? - Laughable fail, but that happens. I've often mentioned that many programmers don't have a clue what their code actually does. It just works. This should be one of the classic examples.
    # # # # # # # # #

    Thursday, 21-Jul-16 09:33:38 UTC from loadaverage.org
  19. Absolutely awesome postmortem from Status Exchange Network - http://stackstatus.net/post/147710624694/outage-postmortem-july-20-2016 -. Also gives a good view how trivially easy it is to DDoS a website to it's knees, if it contains absolutely horrible and extremely bad recursive code. It's a good question why this trimming happens and view time and not when the data is being saved? Afaik, it's also a bad choise. Why to do same task several times, if doing it once is enough? - Laughable fail, but that happens. I've often mentioned that many programmers don't have a clue what their code actually does. It just works. This should be one of the classic examples.
    # # # # # # # # #

    Thursday, 21-Jul-16 09:31:09 UTC from loadaverage.org
  20. The #FBI Says Its #Malware Isn’t Malware Because the FBI Is Good

    source: http://gizmodo.com/the-fbi-says-its-malware-isn-t-malware-because-the-fbi-1783537208

    Good to know :(


    #news #software #backdoor #fail #police #usa #wtf #omg

    Wednesday, 13-Jul-16 22:33:58 UTC from joindiaspora.com Repeated by lnxw48
  21. The #FBI Says Its #Malware Isn’t Malware Because the FBI Is Good

    source: http://gizmodo.com/the-fbi-says-its-malware-isn-t-malware-because-the-fbi-1783537208

    Good to know :(


    #news #software #backdoor #fail #police #usa #wtf #omg

    Wednesday, 13-Jul-16 22:33:58 UTC from joindiaspora.com
  22. The “Cobra Effect” that is disabling paste on password fields: http://qttr.at/1dmw

    I see this all the time: silly web sites trying to force people to use insecure passwords by preventing the user to paste into the password field. And then you have the ones who just don’t enable the submit button unless you’ve actually typed into the field. sigh!

    # # # # #

    Monday, 27-Jun-16 07:27:28 UTC from quitter.no Repeated by ghostdancer
  23. Something wrong with the group !loadaverage / !makita too? # # ?

    Monday, 27-Jun-16 07:35:51 UTC from loadaverage.org
  24. @pztrn !loadaverage Why the "shorten URLs using" list contains ldavg.so? It doesn't seem to work. # ?

    Monday, 27-Jun-16 07:32:11 UTC from loadaverage.org
  25. The “Cobra Effect” that is disabling paste on password fields: http://qttr.at/1dmw

    I see this all the time: silly web sites trying to force people to use insecure passwords by preventing the user to paste into the password field. And then you have the ones who just don’t enable the submit button unless you’ve actually typed into the field. sigh!

    # # # # #

    Monday, 27-Jun-16 07:27:28 UTC from quitter.no
  26. @pztrn !loadaveage Why the "shorten urls using" list contains ldavg.so? It doesn't seem to work. # ?

    Monday, 27-Jun-16 07:22:06 UTC from loadaverage.org
  27. Ok also #digitalcourage ist für mich endgültig nicht mehr haltbar. So ein unsagbar peinliches Verhalten ....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzxJhCQSQx4

    #bigbrotherawards #BBA16 #foebud #changeorg #umgangston #fail

    Monday, 25-Apr-16 19:38:48 UTC from pod.geraspora.de Repeated by mcscx
  28. Ok also #digitalcourage ist für mich endgültig nicht mehr haltbar. So ein unsagbar peinliches Verhalten ....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzxJhCQSQx4

    #bigbrotherawards #BBA16 #foebud #changeorg #umgangston #fail

    Monday, 25-Apr-16 19:38:48 UTC from pod.geraspora.de
  29. Me está colmando la paciencia los nodos #, otra vez está caído después de un mes entero sin conexión, que se había recuperado hace unos días y de nuevo esta fuera ilocalizable. Yuyú me da eso. # #

    Sunday, 24-Apr-16 15:18:05 UTC from bobinas.pandilla4gatos.tk
  30. @wacomEurope doesn't even bother anymore to say when registration will be online again.
    They missed deadline for the secondtime. # https://gnus.wideweb.me/attachment/39392

    Monday, 11-Apr-16 09:13:16 UTC from gnus.wideweb.me

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