We were discussing some vulnerabilities on the src~prepare~ group's [matrix] channel and when we're talking about systemd errors. I just felt like opening their GitHub and browsing the code. I was just reading the comments… and I saw a comment about kernel APIs and there a emoji. My feeling is probably best expressed my common "KEK". I chuckled. The "Abstract" in 0.0.1 is the original idea I typed on [matrix]. The funniest part of this "development" for me is probably that Emacs on my system doesn't display properly ANY of the emojis in emojid. I had to go back and forth between the source and log files opened in FF (because it renders the emojis properly), emojipedia and "broken" Emacs.
0.0.1 "😃 ️ 🌍 🍞 🚗 📞 🎉 ♥️ 🏁"
What you do is clone the repository, execute make and run the binary. Read your log and see if your system is "affected" :P.
And remember emoticons made of the symbols found on the keyboard will always look better ;)
I wish you all merry Christmas and happy new year. Less bugs, more resolved issues, no wontfixes, better compatibility. Faster compilation, less failures. And of course no lawsuits, no copyright infringements and better government.
Backing up using this method takes a lot less space - ~60MB (without distfiles) and can be restored on almost any system (running portage) and tweaked afterwards for, say, CPU architecture. I've created a a short script with similar method in here.
What we need
ebuild repositories are installed with git
distfiles (those might be gone when we want to replicate)