Just looked at some projects on Github and saw that the site no longer advertises a standard git command to copy for repo cloning. Now they encourage the use of 'Github CLI' with the syntax of 'gh repo clone'.
No doubt it's a wrapper around git that will slowly gain features that git won't add because there is no need for them.
They are no longer a 'git hub', they are a 'repo space'.
All leading to the classic, Embrace, Extend, Extinguish.
Well my Afiur calendar was a fun experiment but trying to maintain something that is out of sync with the rest of my life, since I can't use it everywhere, has been getting very frustrating recently.
I think I'll move things over to the Arvelie calendar as it follows the Gregorian calendar but also breaks things down into smaller chunks that could allow me to plan things better.
Started working on my bike computer again, wanted to test it out more (the gps tracking) while I was driving around for work so thought I could put it in the phone holder in the car. I forgot that the holder has exposed metal in its gripper parts...and that the esp8266 breakout I used had a header on the end for easy power and data.
So I shorted across the entire header which unlocked the gate and let the magic blue smoke escape.
It might be time to just design the proper PCB...
Recived a lovely letter today, thank you @somnius!
Since a-shell is a thing on iOS and it has access from Shortcuts, in theory I could edit text files using Editorial then run a shortcut and build my site on my iPhone using gcc (wasm’d so that it runs within a-shell) and then have it rsync to my server.
Having a terminal on a device is a game changer.
A couple of weeks into my furlough from work I stopped coding and just let things sit as they were. Thought about things sometimes but just wrote it down in a notebook and spent my time playing games or talking to friends over the internet, savouring the long period of no obligations which will probably be the last time I have such freedom for many years.
Been back at work for 2 months and now I think I’m ready to wade back into my projects.
HTML and CSS simple tips and tricks for your website.
The goal is to help you with easy tricks to make the HTML of your website accessible, readable by everyone and optimized for low bandwidth. I cover a LOT of things in these 20+ pages of text and I still need to add one or two more.
I'll share some parts in the next days, thanks for everyone who took time to proofread this huge beast. #theWorkshop
This system is going to replace, a PC, a Mac, an HP server and a Synology since it will have the storage capacity and system resources to run all the services I want (DHCP, Web, VPN, Plex, Transmission, Archive).
Selling my 2018 Mac Mini, I hardly use it so it spends much of it's time sat on my desk powered off. I still have a 2014 Mini for if I need macOS but most of my computing is done on Linux these days.
I'll take the money I make from that and build a better PC, my current one has mid-range components and it's been good for the last 5 years but now I can go high spec and have a fantastic PC that will last the next 10-12 years. Really the only thing that I see improving vastly in that time is GPUs.
Earth has blue skies and red sunsets. Mars has red skies and blue sunsets.
The sky on Earth is blue because gas molecules reflect blue light. Earth sunsets look red because all the blue light has already been filtered out.
The sky on Mars is red because dust particles reflect red light. Martian sunsets look blue because all the red light has already been filtered out.
Two planets. Opposite skies.
@neauoire I just realised you said you lost your solar panel, was that your only source of power on the boat at sea?
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