@gaeel I love looking at these!
Clocking in at around 30 billion samples now
There will always be noise (random sampling 🤷), but we're getting to a smoothness that feels appropriate for printing
I'm looking into de-noising techniques, but mostly I'm just letting it keep cooking, hoping it'll smooth out enough for my tastes
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@kodedninja This is super neat. I can't seem to find it anywhere, so I'm assuming no, but do you know if this is open-sourced?
@dym ahh I see. Well the "el" is also used for the `navigator.languages` which looks to see what a users preferred languages are. So if I'd switch it to "gr" I'd have to make a mapping then, and I'd rather not.
@dym Thanks! I also had to guess at that one, but on their site they actually use "el" in the url when it's in Greek mode, and it _seems_ that seems to be standard for modern Greek.
I'm moving to Greece in a few months so I'm going to try and ultralearn Greek. As a first step I've created a little tool to help me learn the alphabet. Meet Foni: https://foni.oraklu.com/
@neauoire sounds good! When I first approached it I was way over-complicating/thinking things, and then I ended up going with a very simple solution that worked great.
@darius add another to the list that enjoy them. I've really enjoyed them!
Saturn is so beautiful that astronomers cannot resist using @NASAHubble to take yearly snapshots when it's at its closest distance to Earth. But these images are more than just beauty shots: they reveal exquisite details of the ring system & atmosphere: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2019/saturns-rings-shine-in-hubbles-latest-portrait?utm_source=TWITTER&utm_medium=NASA&utm_campaign=NASASocial&linkId=73647650
Implemented the ability to determine a users language preferences and also filtering by site language in the webring.
@dym as for a limit, I'd say there is none. As for pagination, I think if it gets to the point of 300 and it's obnoxious to scroll through them all on mobile, then sure, we can do pagination.
"Question the necessity of each instruction in a time-critical piece of code and each field in a space-critical data structure."
So many gems in this article
@joshavanier this is fantastic. Thanks for sharing!
Webring just hit 100 sites. ✊
I just found the xxiivv webring wiki here - https://webring.xxiivv.com/wiki.html
Amazing, there are so many interesting things in there I want to look at!
@huraji ha, nonsense.
No idea if this is even close to what you're looking for, but I've slowly been moving all my flat-file type stuff over to TOML. It's easy to edit by hand, human readable, and very easily put into JSON for any querying needs.
Bonus: If you happen to be using Parcel to bundle anything, it handles TOML files by default, which is awesome.
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