Just named a new project "upd", because it brings things up. Now wondering if I missed an opportunity to call it "chunder"
(It's not really new, it's a second attempt at swarm but I kind of lost my way with that one so am rewriting it)
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Woke up to a tonne of mailer-daemon messages which seem to be double bounced spam because the bounce messages due to my disk filling up weren't accepted by the sending site
I refuse to (1) use google for mail (or much of anything else), or (2) pay for a mail service (when I so rarely receive any mail I wanted to read anyway), but I am still from time to time wondering why I bother to run my own anyway.
It's time! InfiniTime, the fully #opensource firmware for the #pinetime , has reached version 1.0. With this first end-user release, the PineTime is now considered an enthusiast-grade daily usage device.
Woohoo, the #pinetime is back in stock. https://pine64.com/product/pinetime-smartwatch-dev-kit-sealed-twin/?v=5b13f02f7943
Not that I need any more distractions from my distractions, but I appear to have bought one anyway
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I have a voucher for a free vehicle MOT at a Halfords auto centre to be redeemed before the end of May. It’s of no use to myself or anyone else that I know and it would be a shame to waste it.
The first person to send me a DIRECT/PRIVATE reply will get the voucher and I’ll update this thread publicly to confirm it’s been taken.
"Smashing it" considered harmful.
The harm caused is to whatever got smashed, obviously
Hello? Yes, I'd like to complain that people are complaining the BBC are making it easy to complain about their programming decisions
In a sign that the corporation is doomed to be criticised by all sides, the rightwing Defund the BBC campaign described it as “disgraceful” that the corporation was making it easier to complain about its coverage
Corporation opened dedicated complaints form on its website to deal with...the Guardian
Put a new battery in my quadcopter drone, let the magic smoke out :-( Not sure what I did wrong either
Falsehoods programmers believe about titles: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/apr/09/tui-plane-serious-incident-every-miss-on-board-child-weight-birmingham-majorca
Service from Birmingham to Majorca took off with less thrust because pilot...the Guardian
TIL that the BBC subtitle the Tardis whooshy sound as VWORP
(not going deaf, or at least not more so than usual, but the bike rollers make a racket and I otherwise have to turn the volume up a long way when pedalling)
patchelf --debug says
ignoring library '/nix/store/p686d12xrksl8ljahmqdv78q72jg5p3v-zlib-1.2.11-mips-unknown-linux-musl/lib/libz.so.1' because its machine type differs
but readelf says it doesn't, so ...
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/mar/21/royal-family-consider-diversity-tsar-under-modernisation-plans we already have one royal head of state, why do we need a Tsar as well?
Buckingham Palace acknowledges ‘more needs to be done’ after reviewing...the Guardian
In some ways, the nicest thing about Airsonic is the "random" button. Finding that I enjoy listening to a lot more of the music I've collected than it would occur to me to play if I had to name the track