For packet scheduling fairness?

Bufferbloat TL;DR (Wikipedia): > Bufferbloat is a cause of high latency and jitter in packet-switched networks caused by excess buffering of packets. Bufferbloat can also cause packet delay variation (also known as jitter), as well as reduce the overall network throughput. When a router or switch is configured to use excessively large buffers, even very high-speed networks can become practically unusable for many interactive applications like voice over IP (VoIP), audio streaming, online gaming, and even ordinary web browsing.
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Self host all the things | Part 2

In an attempt to take some of my data back from the “cloud”, I opted to self host a bunch of services. How?
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Self host all the things | Part 1

In an attempt to take some of my data back from the “cloud”, I opted to self host a bunch of services. But why?
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Ironing curl

A wild gopher:// appeared! Explore how exotic protocols from the past can bite modern applications.
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