One of my household IT projects this weekend was to build and deploy a samba4 Domain Controller. I know marginally more than zero about Active Directory, but I am not even exaggerating a little when I say I understand the behind the scenes glue a thousand times better than I did on Friday.
I can’t tell you how to do anything in the GUI, but I can sure as shit manage a GPO with zsh and vim.
(To be fair I have used various LDAPs, was using Heimdal when it was introduced to OpenBSD-CURRENT, but still, I’m rusty on all of it and wasn’t ever an expert. #humblebrag)
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We were very happy to see the revamped “Log In with Google Plus” product from our friends across town: big improvements in user experience, great mobile integration, and clearer privacy controls. Still, we think Identity on the Web can be better: easier for developers, true choice and control for…