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keita
    @chriskrycho what are you all freaking out about. FTP is *fine*, folks. Just have people leave their e-mail in the password field and use the anonymous account. @jws
    keita
      @chriskrycho I’m assuming they didn’t take your word?
      keita
        @streakmachine Put it in the qualifications section. “Qualifications: - Turing test: failed at least once, maybe more. - That’s all you should need.”
        keita
          @renko do you shower or take a bath?
          keita
            @konrad read the commands again.. Haha.
            keita
              @cgiffard And how many people will even report that to the authorities? That’s a huge problem too :/
              keita
                Labor ministry tightens rules on maternity harassment [ajw.asahi.com] Well, step in the right direction.
                keita
                  @cgiffard @tomcat Is it as bad as having to set up basic auth (over HTTP, no less) because a client is “worried about security”, even though there’s already a login on the application side?
                  keita
                    @cgiffard Oh yeah, you’re right. Just thinking about it oppositely, ha. @hybotics
                    keita
                      @cgiffard @hybotics Well since we’re at the bottom, it’d be “turtles all the way up”, wouldn’t it?
                      keita
                        @cgiffard Let’s buffer overflow attack the universe! @hybotics
                        keita
                          @cgiffard I love the possibility of the simulation, because it means there’s a flaw somewhere. Which means we can break out of it. Imagine that! @hybotics
                          keita
                            @cgiffard Depends. If we continue being humans and spreading out, we could have human-based presence in the a sizeable chunk of the galaxy in a few million years. @hybotics
                            keita
                              @cgiffard Anyways, this is all what the Fermi Paradox is about, really. @hybotics
                              keita
                                @cgiffard We know how big the (visible) universe is, and we know that we haven’t found intelligent life (to our knowledge) yet. Maybe we’re just lucky. :) @hybotics
                                keita
                                  @cgiffard I’d argue that it’s *much* more likely that something like cyanobacteria has extraterrestrial origins, not humans as we know them today. There are too many similarities between, say, a human and a tree, to think it’s plausible. @hybotics
                                  keita
                                    If I had $1 every time I set up basic auth on Apache, and still had to look up the documentation, I’d be so rich.
                                    keita
                                      @rabryst @hybotics But that’s robot life that we created, originating here on Earth. Wait. :o