Since it's night again, and I'm getting ranty as usual: someone needs to write a paper entitled "Discord Considered Harmful".
It's one of the most annoying antipatterns I've seen in both software projects and communities like #hackerspace - centering community around a group chat (Discord, Slack, Telegram groups, and yes - IRC), in lieu of a proper forum *and maintaining documentation*.
Such software is not suitable for long-term knowledge maintenance, and excludes people who can't track discussions live.
So you know how Linux systems letter SCSI disks sda, sdb, sdc, sdd, etc... and if you manage to get more than 26 disks attached to a system, it rolls over from sdz to sdaa.
I just watched a customer list the disks on a server, and it goes up to sdahs.
So I guess that answers the question about what happens after you attach 702 disks to Linux. It rolls over from sdzz to sdaaa. 🤯
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