Eco-aware motorsport fans MUST watch
and tell your friends. Spec cars, legendary drivers.
Initiatives like these are bringing a little bit of hope.
If you're wondering: yes, I do find it hilarious that the first Idris 2 paper will appear in a (formerly) OO conference, and that I got the notification on April Fools Day.
set -xeuo pipefail
find . -maxdepth 2 -mindepth 1 -type d | grep -e '\/.*\/.*' | cut -d\. -f2 | cut -d\/ -f2- | tee -a .rsyncignore
cat .rsyncignore | sort | uniq | tee .rsyncignore.new
mv -v .rsyncignore.new .rsyncignore
ssh -NCL 9969:localhost:22 remote.host &
rsync --exclude-from=.rsyncignore -Pave 'ssh -p 9969' "localhost:/mnt/e/*" .
Hot take: calling protocols like CHAP "authentication" protocols just because they prevent MITM (frontrunning) and replays, is misleading and yields a ton of vulnerable software.
People at best think of authentication as something to do with identity, not as of a way to validate integrity of an API request.
I'm currently making a CHAP-inspired implementation, and I think, I'm managing to document it well enough without claiming that it's an "authentication" solution.