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Eh see
1 Una persona guarda il cellulare. C'è scritto "See more"

2 La persona clicca su OK

3 Appaiono sulla schermata del celluare tre more

4 La persona, soddisfatta, dice: “HEH"

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With a rebel yell more, more, more!
ci ho messo una vita per capirla :oh_no_bubble:

ecco perché oggi hai latitato! Malnàt
Ebbene si, mi hai scoperto! Social spioni!😁
ecco, qui c'è gente a cui si è rotta la timeline, e l'admin latita per andare a gozzovigliare! :D

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uops, interessante. si è messo ad aprirmi di default il tab preferiti. cliccando su ultima attività si vedono COSE
postando dal cellulo non son riuscito a taggare @Daniele Figini

birra? Ma cos?
Vai tra, non era mia 😁

@Chiese Brutte Senna Comasco, Como

Tutto cemento, forma ad hangar, cortili in cemento con grate in metallo. E filo spinato.

Non era catechismo, era un'ora d'aria.

C-130 trasporto truppe-angeliche

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"Tides" – a demo using only HTML sliders, released at Revision 2022! 💙 Music by @winniehell!

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Ohh! I wouldn't have found the answer! :) I liked your design of the "S"! @winniehell

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Weeeeeee! First 'proper' piece using the Foundational Hand script I picked up yesterday.

Materials: Pilot Parallel and Rotring calligraphy pens, Sakura Pigma Micron, Ecoline and Diamine ink applied with brushes, and Edding Gold fineliner, on Daler Rowney 90gm calligraphy paper.

# #
Off-white parchment paper calligraphied and illustrated.

The calligraphy reads:

"Roses are red
Water comes in litres
Trebuchets can use a counterweight to launch a 90kg stone projectile
Over 300 meters"

It's decorated with acanthus scrolls, thin vines, green leaves, and roses. There's a trebuchet at the top that has roses growing over it.
thats beautiful and quite cool 😁
Thank you 😁

This one from @James Westman is very cool.

Now I need to hang a big monitor in the office and let this page up.

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- a microSD card weighs somewhere around 0.4g
- the highest capacity microSD that's easily available is 256GB
- a trebuchet can throw a 90kg projectile over 300m

90kg worth of microSD cards is 225,000 of them

Therefore a trebuchet can throw 57.6PB of data over 300m

This would have the highest throughput of any telecommunications network ever created

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Not many people know this, but shipping actual hard drives is still the fastest transfer method for large data stores, far ahead of network for example.
Yep. When I had to migrate even a few TB between two data centres on either side of the city, it was still quicker to use a USB3 HDD enclosure and drive it across town.
So we can throw hard drives with a trebuchet and get an even higher throughput!
The response rate is even worse than UDP!
high impact data brokering ;)

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Mastodon as a CDN (Cat Delivery Network)

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Musica per oggi:

pronophonique - 8-bit lagerfeuer

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E sono anche sul fediverso @pornophonique

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Good tired, I am morning

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Hello, morning. Have a nice tired.
We're youlcome
Good tired, I am all the tea!

E perchè andare a dormire quando invece si puo' scrivere uno script poliglotto bash/python?

echo "Ciao da bash"
python "$0"
" """
import this

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More from the Department of Unnecessary Projects #


git-list is an experimental git sub-command to interact with mailing-list based patch workflows.

Git comes with some tools to collaborate via email: git send-email and git am, one to send a patch directly to the mailing-list, the other to apply a patch which ... somehow... the user get from the mailing-list.

There are plenty of email clients written exactly to work with a mail-based patch workflow, or adapted to the job with configs and plugins. And I'm sure they work perfectly.

However, I'm only an amateur mail-patch user, and I'm not an hardcore consolophile: I prefer to keep using my graphical mail client, which unfortunately doesn't have any cool git integration.

But, one day I found out himalaya, a CLI mail client (not a TUI!). I would say himalaya is to thunderbird as curl is to firefox, in a way.

It allows to easily integrate mails into bash pipelines.

And so git-list is born. Put git-list script into your path, configure himalaya, add some local config to your repo and you will be able to easy list mail from the mailing-list related to the project, read mails, and apply patches to brand-new branches created ad-hoc from the comfort of your terminal:
$ git list
ID | Subject
 1 | [Patch] ....
$ git list show 1
$ git list test 1
$ git status
On branch patch/1

As always, everything is extremely experimental, and likely will stay this way.

Here is the code:

P.S. have a look at the git send-email tutorial

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In compliance with RFC 2119, the existence of MUSTARD implies the existence of SHOULDARD and MAYARD
Sind # eigentlich RFC 2119 konform? 🤔

Very nice!


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mentre @kenobit e @shipoftheseus discutono di robe serissime in bacheca io butto lì i disegnetti, come un ruttino a teatro.

In pandemia mi annoiavo come tutti, si vede neh?

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sí, ma sono ancora in fase cartacea. 😉

😂 "The cat thing" è molto sentita!

Adoro sapere che il fediverso sta creando MOSTRI :D (nel senso buono)

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I think my computer is warning me that a nearby banana has reached room temperature.
A screenshot with a yellow crescent which I know is really a moon with a red exclamation point overlaid on it next to text indicating a temperature of 20 degrees Celsius

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Obligatory don't use W*ndows
there is nothing obligatory about being That Guy.
I think it would be better if the moon was grey and had holes.

An update from the Department of Unnecessary Projects:

Climatik 0.4.1

A python library to create command line interface from function definitions.

In this version:
  • Command group. Ever wanted to create cli like docker image ls , docker image rm? Now you can.
  • Arguments help text from function docstring.
  • Support argcomplete if installed

It's on PyPi, if you need it.

Keys (no version yet)

The unnecessary CLI to manage SSH keys.

Updated to use climatik 0.4.1.

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The #XMPP server is now free to use. I verified the legitimacy of this message with the lead developer of the app. Pretty awesome that they decided to stop making money from something because they were able to meet their needs elsewhere, :-) #privacy

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Bring back "fun" in "mobile computing"

Hamblingreen's Pinephone Setup