OH: Es gibt nur *einen* fünften Socken.
OH: Der MacLemon darf auch nix anfassen! nice(1) ist auch Software, laß das!
OH: …und wenn das nicht geht, dann mußt Du den Lichtschalter neustarten.
Next up: More Mailman 3 fun ahead. Let's see how much self-incompatibility we'll encounter with postorius and hyperkitty.
A co-organiser at DjangoCon Europe, Sasha, wrote a post about volunteer burnout, how conference organising has changed, and what issues we face as a community: https://medium.com/@mxsash/are-we-not-all-volunteer-organisers-here-and-does-it-matter-498e300e7366
Working with Sasha has always been a pleasure and I understand completely where she is coming from. I don't have any answers either.
🚨 IT Security alert 🚨
Tomorrow, researchers will publish a PGP related vulnerability. Both the researchers and the EFF recommend that we disable PGP in our mail clients, especially automatic decryption, and don't trust PGP email security until the paper has been released and the issues are better understood, as a conservative stopgap measure.
The EFF source and guides on how to disable PGP in three popular clients: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/05/attention-pgp-users-new-vulnerabilities-require-you-take-action-now #gpg #pgp #security #encryption
@rixx @killerdicke there's a bit more info here: https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-users/2018-May/060315.html
Looks like there's a problem with GPG and S/MIME. Details are sparse.
Recommendation is to turn off automatic message decryption in any client immediately.
This will be interesting for Ticket Systems, automatically en-/decryption proxy appliances and software projects that use GPG for signing packages. (apt(8) based Linux for example.)
Current status: status=bounced (mail for lists.c3w.at loops back to myself)
Why I hate email part 23429529385.
Somehow I managed to not find why postfix will perfectly fine handle joins and send out Mailman 3 confirmation requests, but fail to properly handle actual subscription confirmations with a loop to it self.