deploying hugo blog to google cloud storage as a static site
I will finish this…. Setting default acls on the bucket will save you from having to set acls everytime you publish a new version of your hugo site. This acl will make the entire bucket readable by the Internet gsutil defacl ch -u AllUsers:R gs://www.whodat.be rsync your site to the bucket gsutil -m rsync -d -r public gs://www.whodat.be Test? A note about the root domain…..
internet mailman series: FCrDNS
Forward-confirmed reverse DNS is extremely important to high-quality delivery of outbound e-mail. Mail gateways used by the big e-mail providers (yahoo, aol, etc) started implementing this check as a way to crack down on spammers churning and burning IPs to mail that didn’t bother setting DNS up. I have created some scripts you can run on your own mail server to test for this.
iproute2 quickstart'n cheatsheet
This is a long lost post of mine from blogging platforms of yore. So old and lost in fact, I had to dig through the archives of the Wayback Machine, from the first iteration of this blog in 2012. Donate to archiving the Internet, it’s cool. 💰 In a past life, I managed linux routers, and was creating GRE tunnels on a daily basis, the ip command was incredibly handy. It could be easily scripted, has a friendly readable syntax, and provided enough flexibility and features to crank out all sorts of fancy networking configuration on the fly.