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#Japan is announcing new rules for resident foreigners who travel abroad:
mofa.go.jp/ca/cp/page22e_00092

That diagram couldn't possibly be more confusing, but I guess I'm happy and won't complain this time πŸ˜‚

#COVID19 @benoit @globalc

Foliage in Hinokichō Kōen (ζͺœη”Ίε…¬εœ’)
#tokyo #japan

I miss driving my Leaf.
Future goal in Japan: Buy a used Leaf. πŸ€”

If I set my frequency clock to 400MHz I cannot sudo anymore Oo.
I'm guessing a crypto lib is timing out or something like that.

(I set my CPU clock a low speed when sleeping so the fan is never powered on).

There are so many foreigners in Meguro ward. I didn't know it was famous for expatriates.

GitHub - OpenDriver2/REDRIVER2: Driver 2 Playstation game reverse engineering effort
github.com/OpenDriver2/REDRIVE

I am always astonished when people reverse engineer games.

When you are in Japan and you want to access European websites (~300ms), there are two kind of websites.

Those fast: They use CloudFlare (or maybe some other good CDN)
Those slow: They don't use CloudFlare (or any CDN.)

So... yep. CloudFlare has an amazing internal network and routing is truly efficient.
And you can reduce again the latency with CloudFlare Argo.

KDE and @PINE64 Introduce the PinePhone - KDE Community edition.

Experience the future of KDE's open mobile platform here:

kde.org/announcements/pinephon

Un grand merci Γ  @framasky qui a pris de son temps pour m'aider Γ  dΓ©bug un souci avec Nginx/Lutim. :flan_aww:

:drake_dislike: DM Mastodon
:drake_like: SSH + Mumble

#UntrackMe will need your help for translations

crowdin.com/project/nitterizem

UntrackMe catches URLs before delegating to another app. It will:
- Catch shortened URLs and display the real site behind (without visiting the shortener service)
- Remove UTM parameters (tracking)
- Help you to see the content of YouTube, Twitter and Instagram with more respectful front-ends
If you share a link with UntrackMe, it will transform the URLs for being respectful with privacy.

Account on Mastodon @UntrackMe

Trying to understand why KVM is using so much kernel CPU for running a very simple virtual machine running OpenWRT doing not so much work despite routing packets with MPTCP and a glorytun+shadowsocks tunnel.

But so far it seems that this is the normal KVM overhead... But on my Intel(R) Atom(TM) x7-Z8750 CPU @ 1.60GHz the overhead is really impacting.

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