@neauoire judging by the screen estate this is something you might find interesting: learn.adafruit.com/cyberdeck-p

Next-level squinting. :cooldog:

Compared to this, your current Pi setup is a waste of pixels. :D

@plausible is there a demo site-id and token for testing purposes? I built a client for your stats API and would like to show how it works/looks, but I wouldn’t want to post real analytics data. Would appreciate help here. :)

On a side-note, I've updated my Command Line page with a bunch of cool new CLI/TUI tools! マリウス.com/a-nomads-command-line

Did an experiment today: Picked a small tool I wanted to build and used , and to build it three times. It was a very disappointing experience.

However, assuming that each build takes up to 59 minutes and 59 seconds, using the DO provisioner makes sense for up to 714 builds per month, because (with DO’s current pricing) it will be cheaper to launch a $5 instance for each build job rather than keep an always-on runner around for 24/7. Not to mention that the $5 instance is very unlikely to be able to run multiple jobs, requiring to keep >1 $5 runners around.

All in all the provisioner can achieve some solid savings in cost and energy.

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For comparison the same manifest run on builds.sr.ht

Instance startup on @sir’s environment is obviously a lot quicker. For the previous test I was using the weakest droplet type available on DO, though.

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Looks like shutdowns also work now. Will begin documenting the setup so it becomes usable.

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My work on builds.sr.ht is made available here: git.sr.ht/~mrus/builds.sr.ht

I’ve already posted on sr.ht-discuss, however I don’t expect people to be overly interested in this and hence I don’t believe it will make its way upstream. (:

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In other news, I’m currently building a DigitalOcean provisioner for builds.sr.ht and managed to complete the first milestone:

Spinning up a DigitalOcean droplet and have tests running there.

What’s still missing is shutting it back down.
This way I’m only paying for infrastructure when I’m actually using it.

Meal preparation is such a big chunk of lost time - every effin day. I need to optimize that. Any suggestions?

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