Aww… Games and Puzzles in Colchester was where I used to buy RPG stuff in the 1980s. It apparently became Lingard’s Games, and closed down five years ago.
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This seems reasonably thorough. Maybe I can face it. But part of me is thinking, “I wish I could just FTP some PHP files to a server.”
@hlangeveld No, I just liked the word, and it was available.
@hlangeveld I'll pencil in "Replace site with apology notice."
@hlangeveld Whatever the order… no one mentions the (to me) dull stuff.
"All kids should learn to code… after they've learned git, unix, bash, postgres, vagrant, puppet, apache, nginx, aws, heroku, redis, ssl, …"
"All kids should be taught to code!" they say. Why does no one say, "At least some kids should be taught to administer servers"?
@suegyford Yeah, I wondered that, but even so…
In this Essex town I must've seen easily 1000+ cars this morning and only four adults with bikes, all over 60. Many more mobility scooters.
Living in central London it's easy to forget how very unusually high its levels of cycling are.
Important email: “AWS … discontinue … S3 … SSLv3 … priority … TLS … fail” I don’t understand. Sometimes I’ve had enough of making websites.
@Zoonie considerations! I think I'd rather use ANYTHING else, and that includes knotted hankies, short term memory and optimism