- Show Community Create Button only to users with role "community-creator"
- Makefile to process all Asciidoctor files in a directory
- Update on the Touchpoint workaround
- Linkdump Week 44 / 2020
- Linkdump Week 42 / 2020
- Linkdump Week 41 / 2020
- Elasticsearch index creation problem
- Linkdump Week 40 / 2020
- Selfhost Shaarli
- Touchpoint in HCL Connections 6.5CR1
Watson Workspace Clients are only available for Windows and Mac OS. I’m a 100% Linux user on my devices and I use a Windows virtual machine only if I can’t avoid it. To communicate with colleagues, IBM and DNUG I need to use Watson Workplace, opening the web view is possible, but then I need to search the right tab or forget to open it. Since some weeks there is Zoom (Web / Video meetings) integrated with Watson Workspace too.: Watson Workspace clients are based on Electron. I’m not a big fan of Electron clients, most of them are big and need tons of system resources.
Today I have a topic from outside the yellow world. Disclaimer Any actions and or activities related to the material contained within this Website and post is solely your responsibility.The misuse of the information on this website can result in criminal charges brought against the persons in question. The author and https://www.stoeps.de/ will not be held responsible in the event any criminal charges be brought against any individuals misusing the information in this website to break the law. Since several years I’m interested in IT Security. I do a lot of troubleshooting with so-called hacker tools, but they are really useful in my daily work life!
The last two weeks I didn’t read that much, I checked some Youtube videos and blogs about CTF and pentesting. One of the most impressive ones are the LiveOverflow videos and blogposts. So when you’re interested in that topic too, just check the links above. A real good story on a fictive thread on the NodeJS ecosystem. Awesome link collection all around CTF can be found on Github. I often asked me that question, maybe you find the answer interesting too: Does It Help When I ‘Like’ My Company Facebook Posts? – Ben Brausen
And the second linkdump with contents I read that week. I don’t like the idea, sounds very 1984: Wi-Fiber is creating safer cities by combining wireless tech, smart streetlights Never tried multi-stage Dockerfiles, but sounds interesting to get red of libraries and installer files: Fun with Multi-stage Dockerfiles Most interesting for me was the part about the available docker images carpedm20/awesome-hacking I use Shaarli to store links (on mobile and my computers), which are not saved to my Readlater stuff in Wallabag, but I will give the console tool Buku a chance next week.
I’m not sure how long ago I started following Dirk Deimekes Blog. It must be years, because I found the rss feed address already in my Google reader export. First of all I need to thank him, it is always a good read and that’s the reason I want to adopt one of his weekly habits – the linkdump. Not sure if I can do that weekly, but will try to post a linkdump of the best articles I read from my wallabag list. It will cover nearly everything I do, so working, IBM, Security and so on. Vim-Galore is a cool intro and reference to my favorite editor.