The FreeBSD #Mastodon port, net-im/mastodon, has been updated to the latest release, version 2.3.2.
Upstream's release notes:
This is what news is like in this part of the world.
This happened the day after DST started.
Version 2.3.1 of the FreeBSD Mastodon port was just committed.
@saper Thanks again for the Mastodon package debugging session. It's less lonely hunting these annoying issues alone.
I am running Mastodon 2.3.1rc1 via a local FreeBSD package. So far, so good.
I struggled with an issue packaging 2.3.0, so didn't get it out right away. Now, since it seems 2.3.1 will be released soon, I will wait for 2.3.1 and commit a 2.2.0 -> 2.3.1 update to the FreeBSD port/package.
We stared watching Star Trek Enterprise. Some episodes in season 1 are interesting. I like that it is different from NG, DS9, or Voyage, but what's up with the opening music? It sounds like a Nickelback song too cheesy to open 'The Wonder Years'.
Bell Canada to regulators:
We desperately need to be able to block websites without the annoying judicial oversight, otherwise our business is at stake.
Bell Canada to investors:
Business has never been better.
https://github.com/rails/sprockets/blob/09f44cb0334ba94afbf0c3c385933e38f62bcd82/lib/sprockets/manifest_utils.rb#L23 means that each time 'assets:precompile' is run, files will have different names and contents. A wonky patch is required  for the #FreeBSD #Mastodon port/package, but it would be useful if generate_manifest_path() could take a seed to make it (in part) reproducible.
The false ballistic missile alert in Hawaii was a ridiculously bad mistake, but it was refreshing to see an official without such an enormous ego. He did not blame others, was open and took responsibility, and assured people problems would be corrected. Of course, it would be better if mistakes did not occur, but if they do, this response is a first step towards improvement.
...and after adding libreoffice to ALLOW_MAKE_JOBS_PACKAGES, #FreeBSD's package builder, poudriere, built editors/libreoffice in 17:30.
Ccache introduces higher variability in the compile times (can be as low as 15 minutes), but overall this setup has been effective.
With modest hardware and the right poudriere setup, the compile time for devel/llvm on #FreeBSD can consistently be under one hour.
% cat poudriere.conf