Did you know that https://communitywiki.org/trunk exists?
It's a new project where you can find people in the Fediverse and follow them by topic.
Also, you can request to be included. It's a really cool idea.
If you are new to Mastodon or you are looking for more interesting people to follow, you should check it out.
Since that was kind of a cheat, here's a little Cisco voice magic for you. You can decrypt a DRF backup to fish out the private key of Tomcat, then discover that RTMT is a series of hidden APIs. I'm writing a 'web' RTMT in my spare time. One of the most useful API calls though is the following which shows you the status of all nodes in a cluster. #cisco #cucm https://cm:8443/ast/ASTIsapi.dll?GetPreCannedInfo&Items=getServiceInfoRequest
Cool stuff. So, hello. A long time ago in internet speak I tried to get involved with some ruby open source software. Work took this interest and refocused it into VoIP apps. So I spend a lot of my waking hours troubleshooting modern telephony; with some API mangling on the side. I haven’t had the chance to actually sit down and talk about it for quite some time. But I’ll try to now day by day. If you happen to deal with Cisco on an hourly basis then enjoy the journey.
I like this extremely rare toad.
cityfellas.com is one server in the network