I took the liberty of adding this mailing list to the [Gmane] service
which exposes it as a NNTP news group, which enables you to read it with
your favorite news/Usenet clients as opposed to a stream of emails.
The list is called `gmane.os.unix.tildeteam' and the Gmane server is
I would like to show you my little project, which I have been working on
for the last few days.
I want to add, that this is not an original idea, but I always wanted to
create such a project, so I found some time and this is the project "Licom".
It is a simple plugin for your browser, which adds the possibility of
commenting literally every web page.
The project is created in React and the server is created in Restify +
If you find some time, you can test my plugin and write what you think
about it :)
Of course the project is open-source :)
Interesting fact to add here is that I use ED25519 keys to sign every
comment, the key is generated at registration and used to login.
So save your generated private key to be able to login again :)
howdy friends! i have updated our webmail to use a better-maintained fork
of rainloop: https://snappymail.eu/https://mail.tilde.team
it also addresses a critical unpatched XSS vulnerability in rainloop.
holler if you notice anything amiss and we can try to sort it out.
happy emailing :)
In the spirit of this list's rejuvenation, I thought I'd share a fun
project I did recently with ~team.
For context: I use a flip-phone (it's much less distracting than a
smartphone), so I cannot use an app or browser to check the weather when
getting dressed every morning. And I can't call NOAA to get the weather
because the dial-a-forecast number for my state is out of service.
So, I made a script that texts me the weather and made a cronjob to run
that every morning. The script was surprisingly simple:
curl --silent https://wttr.in/<LOCATION>.png?1Fqn > "$WEATHER"
mutt -a "$WEATHER" -- 8005551234(a)mms-gateway.example
I used wttr.in here because its api is increadibly simple (it's
literally the same thing as its UI). This does mean, though, that I had
to send it as an image because wttr returns formatted text that wraps
Many cell providers have an email to SMS/MMS gateway, so it was really
easy to send a text; it should be easy to find this via a search engine.
I also used mutt here instead of something POSIXly correct to make
attachments simpler — this is just a hack, after all.
DJ Chase (~u9000)
They, Them, Theirs