It looks like I’m not the only one to have a blog backup oops and lose data in the process. It’s nice to see a nod to implementing a robust backup strategy in the post. Note that Michael uses rdiff-backup, while I use rsnapshot. May you, dear reader, learn from our mistakes rather than from your own. Implement and test a decent backups strategy for your blog.
- @rossgrady if your coöp is two landlords and a tech guy, and the landlords cover 80 tenants between them.... about 11 hours ago in reply to rossgrady ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @rossgrady depends how many people the coöp can cover. <15 I'm def with you. >60 I'd argue coöp does more for less effort. about 11 hours ago in reply to rossgrady ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @rossgrady @melbacoast habits (e.g. https everywhere & other addons) have to change for end users, yes. That's harder imo than the 2 things. about 11 hours ago in reply to rossgrady ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @rossgrady: @coxn @melbacoast since part of what they're already documented to do is ad injection into non-https pages. about 11 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- But more impurrtantly, https://t.co/T6LDp2RH5S about 11 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @melbacoast is the objection to DNS idea, coöp idea, or both? If DNS, I am betting they (ISPs) are lazy. That's where I'd collect ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ about 12 hours ago in reply to melbacoast ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @kevinriggle: @zeynep I wrote up some quick and dirty advice on VPNs the other day, w/ specific recommendations. https://t.co/LA2aDk4qcm about 12 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite