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@fdroidorg Firefox (because Fennec from f-droid didn't get security updates in a timely fashion, so I switched from Fennec to Firefox)

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@aeonofdiscord @zhenech @fribbledom That was actually an issue at my previous employer. We used two letter country codes in our ansible configuration. That worked fine without quotes, except for Norway 😅

@fribbledom Mine is running on an AMD Athlon 200GE. But I'm almost ready to give OpenWRT another go on my single Unifi AP instead.

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🎨 A painting/Fediverse experimentation:

With percentages of Red, Green and Blue, you can obtain a precise RGB color definition.

So, please vote for one or more color channel and with the mix of all the votes, I'll challenge myself to paint a fantasy landscape, using the result as the dominant color.

(PS: I'm doing full time inking/penciling on episode 37 and a bit of colored art cool-down would be great! Also I need a bit of 'Fedifun' this week. Thanks for your votes and boosts! )

@xerz @fasterthanlime
To be honest I didn't quite get that line. Is this referring to something like gRPC and protobuf or something else entirely?

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🎙️ Matrix Live time!

In the last episode Matthew teased Element X, the shiny Element iOS rewrite that takes advantage of the matrix-rust-sdk.

But what is this @rustlang@twitter.com sdk? What is Ruma? And why writing yet another sdk?


@fribbledom I tend to use AI as an acronym for "artificial intuition" instead of "artificial intelligence", I think that is much better in describing what it actually is. In terms of Daniel Kahneman's "Thinking fast and slow", AI usually only has a "system 1" but no "system 2".

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"If there were only some way I could help him. If I were able to do something… I'd give my life for that."

Been rewatching Princess Tutu! Still easily one of my favorite series ever.
#princesstutu #MastoArt #CreativeToots

Just received merch from the (warp.dev) for taking part in their user interview!

A think I learned a while ago: If you implement a , make it possible to scroll past the last line that contains text. If you don't, using it can be quite annoying at times. As a fallback, at least make sure that the viewport scrolls up when you type past the last line, otherwise the text a user types will spill out of the visible viewport once per typed line.

Btw: Don't ever buy an MSI Creator TRX40 motherboard! At least not if you don't want to fully dissamble it just to replace the BIOS battery.

(also it sometimes crashes in a way that reset by holding the power button doesn't work anymore and I need to turn off the power supply)

is the best language ever 🙄 . Ever set a value to 0 via CLI parameter and wondered why it still took the default, then remembered that go encourages using default-Value (0 for integers) as an indicator of absence or "wanting the default value", then set the CLI parameter to 1 and suddenly it is taken into account?

Just happened to me because someone used an int where a pointer to int would have been necessary in go.


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