I tools i love, today "date":
date --rfc-email --date="aug 15 10am" # Mon, 15 Aug 2022 10:00:00 +0200 date --rfc-email --date="+2 weeks" # Fri, 12 Aug 2022 16:17:48 +0200 date --rfc-email --date="next monday 1600" # Mon, 01 Aug 2022 16:00:00 +0200 # convert the current day of the month + one month at 9pm local time to est TZ="EST" date --rfc-email --date="next month 2100 Z+0200" # Mon, 29 Aug 2022 14:00:00 -0500
I use this almost daily 😄
Some quite some time ago i wrote about DNSSEC Quick Zone Setup with BIND.
While it worked, i didn't had it active for long. Mainly because all the manual work in keeping the signatures up-to-date.
At the time i either didn't knew about BIND9's "inline-signing yes;" and "auto-dnssec maintain;" or they didn't exist back then^^
And ow was the time i revisit the topic and "try again" on finding a better solution. And well, i think i did \o/
So far i've configured DNSSEC for one of my domains and will see how this approach is keeping up in the following months. I'll plan on writing more about DNSSEC and how my new setup works.
Until then i have a WIP document with some notes i've took along the way.
PS: I totally fell in love with Asciidoc / Asciidoctor. Maybe it's also time to re-write my blogging software, too.