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Cake day: nov 26, 2021


It’ll be quite interesting to see how well this goes. I know nothing about CodeWeavers as a business but I am impressed how long they’ve been a part of the zeitgeist and wish them all the best!

It starts with one and then grows from there. If there is a community that can start to thrive here it’ll help people take the plunge.

Jerboa is awesome. It is my goto way of connecting to Lemmy. Thank you!

azrontoPiracyJohn Wick 4, recording from reel
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Sage advice. Cams are mostly garbage nowadays. Screeners were the golden age.

If you run a matrix server and haven't yet heard of or moved to spantaleev's matrix-docker-ansible-deploy do yourself a favor and take the plunge. I switched after running matrix with a few bridges for years and wow what a time saver!

I’m surprised antics like this are allowed. I always enjoy unpinning edge from my taskbar. I know it is fixable through some profile fix of sorts but it is just too much of a bother.

Well of course :) but how is it? Are you faster now, is it about the same? What works better what works worse? I’m open to going to a different input method but I’d like to hear from others cause with shifts like these you gotta commit for a bit to get through the learning curve.

This was a fun read if you grew ul during the switch from BBS to AOL to IRC. Lots of fun information that colors the scene from that time.

Anyone use this as yhier main way to type?

A post from the hackernews thread had a lot of that info:

Link to project website:

Link to assembly guide:

Link to bill of materials:

Naively searching for every lines of the bill of materials gives me around $300, with a handful of items being around $50 and everything else under $5. I’m sure a hobbyist could find the parts for cheaper, especially things like individuals connectors that I found for around $5. I’ve seen them go as low as $0.25 when bulk purchased.

Disclaimer: it’s possible that some SKUs led me to the wrong products. I am not into electronics. I encourage you do to the same exercise before drawing conclusions.

Without direct support in Borg you’ll need to use something like FUSE, for example with a quick search I found:

Basically use fuse to mount the mega drive to a local folder and point Borg at it. This will likely be slow but it’ll he the job done. Or you can o it in two steps. Backup to local drive, upload the wholefoldedr you backed up to Mega.

Use AI to remove the watermarks and move on with life? If you can’t get the highres image with watermarks you likely will not be able to magically get these images as they only give them toykou when you pay.

Fdroid version is lagging behind quite a bit.

Excellent to see these two worlds be bridged.

Kodi continues to be a cornerstone in the media playing space. Thank you for all the years of great media watching experience!

“Toss all of your spices including that ground cumin”

I had to stop there. With a list this big you’ll find something reasonable but that doesn’t make it s good list.

Mailcow + sendgrid free tier has been working for s few years now. You dont even have to give them a credit card. I let them deal with the IP blacklisting problem.

Your better off looking on the sites you are on and going through your history and redownloading the torrent file and have your client save it in the same place where the file is on your HD. It’ll verify the file and reseed. You cannot recreate the original torrent file from the files that were in the torrent the best you candko is create a new torrent file to distribute the file. Which isn’t what you want to do…

I’m not saying it is right but expecting a for profit mindset to want to give dev cycles to open source projec is a surprisingg expectation. Companies only do it for money or to avoid being shamed. If a company is on its way out you can forget contributions from them in general.

Solid idea. I do not have an answer but I’d imagine a 20000 leagues under the sea illustrated version could draw people in. Captain Nemo, the Nautilus, countless fishes being described :)

Cool that they are adding this but I am slightly disappointed that it appears to be their own protocol.

I noticed and liked that as well. Both Fluffychat and Schildichat do that. Both are on fdroid and play store. I’ve used both. I am currently using element and fluffy. I spend most of my time in element still though it is starting to annoy me more :)

At a glance of the reviews it lacks a bunch of basic functionality. Are you suggesting the privacy feature is the main selling point? It certainly is why iooked at it but it seems far from even beta right now. Is there a killer feature worth trying out?

I am clueless but I thought having the same IMEI was effectively cloning the device? Clearly that can’t be the case there must be something else they use because of problems like this?

Is there a place where things like this tend to land or just wait and search?

Glad to see more attention here it was a sad day when I found Outlook as the best email client on Android. The free ones just aren’t as streamlined and clean. Swipe to archive was also a must for me. Let’s hope thunderbird on Android gives it a run for its money!

Yes this indeed feels like a rerun.

Any luck here?

I’ve been looking for something exactly like this. Thank you for sharing!

I’m glad someone tried this out and shared their results. I’ve been curious about going this route since I moved to using discourse as my blog platform of choice. I think based on what I see I’ll keep watching things develop here but discourse is still fitting my need pretty well.

Thank you for the tip!

Side note, doesn’t appear to work on mobile.

Yeah I don’t think I understood your question correctly initially. You are asking about whether or not MS could use your hardware to power azure as sort of a way for them to steal resources exploiting their market dominance?

The answer is yes. Would they? Even if it is legal (maybe it already is, IANAL) for them to do it I doubt they’d do it . My two cents is that the reality is the resulting product would be too unreliable to sell to customers, especiaply Enterprise customers. I guess they could sell preemptive VMs but even then there are so many things they can’t control: network, hardware, availability, basically the only use a system without more guarantees is for raw computation like Bitcoin mining or folding@home like applications. Sure they could do that and sell it but they’ve chosen not to for some reason. The technology has existed she nice the late 90s. Likely doesn’t make monetary sense.

Which market? If you are saying cloud (which I assumed) that is not accurate.

AWS 32%


GCP 9%

I’m just starting out. I’ll check gregtech out!