@kototama nice :3
some things that helped me:
* getting no-ingredient sea salt by the kilo
* sterilizing jars in the oven
* using folded cabbage leaves or onion skins as weights (ty devine)
* using ph strips to convince myself i would survive the tasting session X)
@tty this seems like over-optimization: it's better for you and an extremely negligent impact on the world to print out the articles and actually read them than not imo.
you can always do something else with the paper after the fact—give them away, organize in folders, fold paper cranes & planes
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@kensanata do you swap jars every so often? i find that helps a bunch to mitigate issues in the longer term
@glyph but no real strong preference tbh, except the animated dots those are cool
@glyph hmm the first if i can get the dots to animate. otherwise probably the latter, which lets you log if an error occurred on the line that would be printed out instead
e.g. "Tried to initialise database; failed because <x>" replacing "Database initialised"
@paul if you want an alternative viewpoint into this space, i think matt webb’s posts on the topic are interesting :)
(ofc tho it’s a clusterfuck of appropriation, theft, and massive resource usage)
chaotic & unpredictable, in a good way
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